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- Honors a tradition with this beautiful version of the classic stacking rings
- Explore Counting Color And Size While Playing With This Toy As A Safety Precaution The Central Rod Is Collapsible
- As A Safety Precaution The Central Rod Is Collapsible If There Are No Rings On The Rod
- This Toy Is Made In Thailand From All Natural Organic Recycled Rubber Wood
- Our Toys And Play Sets Have Real World Functionality Which Encourages Creative Play In A Positive Learning Environment
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I love that I don't have to worry that this will be recalled due to it being dangerous or toxic. I also really like that she can put the rings on in any order she wants, not all stackers do that. My husband is worried that she will throw the ball part and break something but so far it hasn't occurred to her.
*edited to add: our dog ate the red ball off the top. Emailed the company, who sent a free replacement. That was pretty awesome.*
This stacking ring set is great. Some people have complained that it's smaller than a lot of the other stacking ring sets out there, but i don't see that as a bad thing. Infant and toddler hands are pretty small, and these rings seem to fit them pretty well. My son actually refused to play with a stacking ring set at his grandparents' house because the big, puffy plastic rings were too big for him to hold.
The collapsible base thing is actually a bit silly. All it means is that instead of the column being fixed to the base, it's tied on with string. If you push it, it flexes a little.
And as for the red ball on top not screwing on, well, i'd like this toy less if it did. My son likes stacking the rings then upending the whole thing, which he wouldn't be able to do if it screwed on. Also, i doubt he'd be able to get the hang of screwing it on right away, so he wouldn't be able to put it on at all until he did. Sure, it would make storage a bit easier, but it's not really that hard to pick the whole thing up by the base instead of by the ball on the top.
One word of caution: Do be aware that the red wooden ball on top is a danger if thrown. It took a bit of modeling before I convinced my 2 and 3 year old that this was not a ball for throwing. Every now and again, the ball still "makes a bad choice" and has to be placed in timeout.
All in all, the toy has been a total success so far. The only reason I'm giving it 4 stars is the price. Come oooooon... It doesn't get much simpler than this. What could possibly be worth $17.69 on this thing?!?
UPDATE: My daughter is 12 months old now and the red ball from this toy is still her favorite toy ever. I don't know what kind of crack they put in it. We just celebrated her first birthday, and all the new toys ain't got nothing on the red ball! I had to hide it so she would look at the new toys. I think my baby likes the simple things in life.
UPDATE #2: At 15 months she's an expert at stacking the rings on the pole. The red ball still holds a special place in her heart, though it has recently given way to a baby doll.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very happy with my purchase. My daughter is almost 17 months and loves this toy. It just arrived and she is pretty enthralled with it. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
This little stacking set has been through two kiddos and, since it is made of wood, has held up like a champ. The paint has chipped over time (3+ years) but not terribly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Monrena
The red ball on top is a throwing hazard. ..I suggest keeping a close eye on those little hands. Other wise is a great toy good for small handsPublished 2 months ago by olympia smith
Toddler twins both love it, nice colors, they also use the disks to stack them on other sticks.Published 3 months ago by BostonHiker
We've had this toy for 2 years and some change and today is the day my daughter finally broke it. The stick is attached to the base with some elastic string and somehow she managed... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Cam