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Giraffalaff Limbo

by Hasbro

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  • How low can you go? Find out in this crazy, laughter-inducing limbo game that features Giraffalaff
  • Spin the spinner and let it tell you which of the 6 ways (classic limbo, crabwalk, crawl, giraffe walk, forward, and backward) you have to limbo
  • But don't bump into Giraffalaff
  • If you do, you'll have him rolling on the floor in laughter
  • The player who has passed under Giraffalaff at the lowest level wins
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 15.8 x 10.5 inches ; 3.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001R6AUGA
  • Item model number: 4120
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 6 years
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,273 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

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The Giraffalaff Limbo will have your preschoolers howling with laughter as they try to limbo alongside the ticklish Giraffalaff giraffe. A quick spin of the wheel reveals which silly animal's walk you'll have to do under the limbo bar--whether it's the bird walk or the crab walk. Just make sure not to knock down Giraffalaff or he'll go into a frenzy of giggles, and you'll be out of the game! Designed for children ages three and up, this limbo set is a fun and activity-filled game that will keep your child engaged.

Giraffalaff Limbo
    Ages: 3+

    Requires:
  • Adult assembly
  • 3 "AAA" batteries (not included)
  • Phillips screwdriver
What We Think

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The Good: Giraffalaff is fun way for kids to strengthen their coordination skills.

The Challenging: Cardboard construction; should be used and stored indoors.

In a Nutshell: Neat limbo set for preschoolers with lots of fun colors and upbeat music.



Be careful not to bump Giraffalaff, he's very, very ticklish! View larger.
Soft, Foam Limbo Bar Perfect for Smaller Children
The Giraffalaff Limbo set stands about as tall as your preschooler. The sides of the set are formed with bright poles made to look like jungle vines, and Giraffalaff himself clips easily onto the yellow limbo bar.

All of the Giraffalaff Limbo parts are lightweight or made out of soft foam. Parents won't have to worry about anyone getting hurt while doing one of the hilarious, wacky walks under the limbo bar or when the bar and Giraffalaff come falling to the floor.

The limbo set also plays upbeat, fun music, and Giraffalaff's giggles once the limbo bar has dropped. Because the limbo spinner and Giraffalaff are made out of a durable cardboard, we would recommend playing this game indoors and away from water to prevent warping.

Promotes Coordination and Gross Motor Skills
Giraffalaff and his fellow animal friends are all cute, colorful, and happy--making it impossible not to love them. This limbo set is great for preschoolers who are still working on their coordination skills, since they will be focusing on six different styles of walking or occasionally making up their own. And even when the bar falls, Giraffalaff's friendly giggles make it a positive experience, instead of focusing on who wins or loses.

What's in the Box
Giraffalaff plaque with two clips, three foam tubes, electronic module with support tube, eight leaf bar supports, two three-piece limbo poles, two bases, and a spinner with arrow and base.(Batteries not included.)



Product Description

How low can you go? Find out in this crazy, laughter-inducing limbo game that features Giraffalaff. Spin the spinner and let it tell you which of the 6 ways (classic limbo, crabwalk, crawl, giraffe walk, forward, and backward) you have to limbo. But don't bump into Giraffalaff. If you do, you'll have him rolling on the floor in laughter. The player who has passed under Giraffalaff at the lowest level wins.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

First, the music is loud and annoying.
KKG Brown
Once you assemble the game you can not disassemble it to put it back in the box to store it.
J. Davis
Kids love it and have lots of fun with it.
comfy girl

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Patti F. on November 19, 2009
I would have to disagree with the previous reviewer. I just bought this game for the pediatric clinic where I work, and I am very happy with my purchase. It was easy to assemble--it only took me about 5 minutes to put 3 AAA batteries in and snap the pieces together.

As for the sound level, all you need to do is put a piece of masking tape over the speaker, and it will not be nearly as loud. I found that it's just right.

It is a little inconvenient that you can't pull the leg out of the base, but you can easily disassemble the other parts of the pole so that it takes up less storage space.

Since the bar is not very high, it's definitely designed for younger kids (ages 8 and below). But if you incorporate various animal walks, such as bending over like a monkey, then you can include taller children. This is a fun game for children to develop dynamic balance. Just be creative, adapt the game, and kids will love it!
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Gratitude on November 28, 2009
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Our 5yr old is TOTALLY into animals and wanted an eco-friendly, animal rescue birthday party. So we had a travelling zoo come visit during his party while she educated the kids about abandoned or abused exotic animals & insects and for our obstacle course, we hung a disc swing from a tree and placed toy alligators on the ground for the kids to 'swing over the alligator swamp', taped pictures of Go Diego Go's BO-BO brothers on empty plastic bottles and had them bowl with a soccer ball to knock them down. The HUGE hit (besides the zoo lady and animals) was this Giraffalaff Limbo. We had kids from 4-8yrs old excited to play this game. Unfortunately this was too small for the 7 and 8yr olds as they kept knocking the limbo bar off but the younger kids from 4-6yrs old LOVED it and played it over and over again. It worked exactly like it was supposed to and prompted a lot of smiles, laughs and giggles. There is a button that you push on the bar, then someone else spins the arrow and tells the crowd which sort of walk you have to try to do under the bar...ie: backwards walk, crab walk, crawl, etc. I still chuckle at the thought of my little one doing his 'crab walk' and 'bird walk'...for his crab walk, he had pinchers for his hands and fingers and simply walked under, all the kids flapped their arms for the bird walk...some chirped, one jutted his neck out like a chicken...it was the cutest thing.

It SEEMS like the poles will break at some point because they are made with that hard type of plastic but so far, they've been knocked down, used as a toy gun, been stepped on accidentally by (little) kids and SO FAR it's held up but I don't see it lasting much longer due to the type of plastic...
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By sing1smile2pray3 on June 9, 2010
First I want to address the concern for the loudness. I too can't stand these toys with no volume control but I find **masking tape** works great. This game needed two layers right over the speaker to quiet it down inside the house!

My son (4) enjoyed trying the different walks, although the pictures confused us as to what the difference was between two of them. At the party (4-5 yo) it got minimal attention but they certainly did enjoy knocking the pole over to hear the giggling and they could easily reset the game without adult help. That said, we didn't try to orchestrate a limbo game, just set it out to be investigated. Playing with cars and trucks and throwing balloons was more interesting to them at this age. I left it out for a couple of weeks afterwards and there wasn't more than passing interest. It's now in storage for the next play date or party.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Crystal C. Perry on January 11, 2010
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This is a great game to keep your little ones occupied. My 4.5 year old loves playing with her 19 month old sister with this game. It is very durable and has no hard parts. So, it is definitely kid friendly. Fantastic game...I even try to play as well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Janny on February 1, 2010
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We set this game up right after opening. The gift recipient (age 4) played with her cousins age 4-9. The bigger kids even managed to limbo and I (grandma)laughed till my face hurt from watching the kids play so I would say it is a really fun toy and great exercise!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By PapaSmerf on January 12, 2010
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My kids, 4 and 2, received this for Christmas. It looked like a lot of fun. We set it up and could not get the musical bar to stay on. It had to be balanced perfectly just in order to play it. It was fun for a few minutes. They ran under it and crawled. We tried to think of different ways to go under it. We tried, but they were a little too young to actually limbo. I can't imagine someone older trying to limbo under even the highest setting. The bar is that low. Plus, it can not be taken apart, so it takes up a lot of room that could be used for other toys. Even though it is the largest toy in the palyroom and stands out like a sore thumb it has not been touched since Chritsmas. Thank God I only spent $10 on it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dawn Blaus on December 26, 2009
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My 3 year old niece loved this toy and so did her 7 year old sister. The bar is very low, so older kids would have trouble "limbo-ing". I think it'll hold their attention for about a week and then find a spot in the corner of the basement. The accompanying DVD is cute.
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