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Sassy Sensation Station Suction Toy

by Sassy

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  • 2 toys in 1
  • Suction base for use on highchair or table surface, removable rotating toy for carry along
  • Variety of textures and shapes
  • High-contrast and rich colors
  • Colorful bug on spinning toy plays music when moved
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight7 ounces
Product Dimensions4.5 x 5.5 x 7 inches
OriginChina
UPC037977800203
Item model number80020
Target genderUnisex
Batteries requiredNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB002J4U8KW
Best Sellers Rank #1,437 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Product Description

Sassy Sensation Station inspires fascination and provides manipulation challenge appropriate for 6 months and older children. It stimulates with sounds, varieties of textures and full spectrum colors. It gives baby lessons in cause and effect by spinning toy action. A suction cup secures the toy on a high chair tray. It also has a removable base for take along play. Paint, phthalate and BPA free.

From the Manufacturer

Sassy Sensation Station inspires fascination and provides manipulation challenge appropriate for 6 months and older children. It stimulates with sounds, varieties of textures and full spectrum colors. It gives baby lessons in cause and effect by spinning toy action. A suction cup secures the toy on a high chair tray. It also has a removable base for take along play. Paint, phthalate and BPA free.

Customer Reviews

I haven't had a problem with the suction cup sticking.
C. Silverstein
So get ready for the thing to start playing music in the middle of the night if you place something next to it or accidentally touch it.
saywhat
It plays music and other sounds loudly, with the slightest vibration.
ams13

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By AlliBear on November 22, 2010
I bought this on impulse when I decided that my daughter needed a suction cup toy so that she didn't constantly try to squirm out of the bumbo tray as soon as she chucked her toys behind her back. I really wish I didn't.

pros:
- in theory, you can attach to a high chair or bumbo tray and your baby won't be able to knock or throw the toy away
- the bright, contrasting colors attract and stimulate your baby
- quality construction - my daughter can slam it onto a table and it won't break or crack

cons:
- in practice, toy detaches very easily from suction cup. Also, my daughter at 4 months was pretty strong and was able to tear the suction cup off of the bumbo tray (one of the most suction-cup friendly surfaces around - very smooth). Ruins the entire point of a suction cup toy. She does enjoy chewing the suction cup, I guess maybe that's another pro?
- this plays annoying music and tones that you ***cannot*** turn off (you can't even remove the batteries, it's buried somewhere in one of the components). I was originally hoping to use this in a pizzeria or other casual restaurant to help keep my daughter happy while sitting in one spot, but not with this music
- there isn't even a volume control. It is SO LOUD.

We haven't had the heart to get rid of this toy, because my daughter does like it. However, we do hide it. We curse whenever we accidentally bump it and get it going - feels like we just teleported to a circus.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By April Suk on November 2, 2009
A friend of ours gave us a suction cup toy for my son who just turned three months old. After attaching it to his high chair and seeing how excited he was to play with something while sitting up, I went to find some similar toys. I found this one at Target and figured I'd give it a try even though it said 6+ months on it. He LOVES it. It spins and plays sounds and music with every bat of the hand, it has really started to improve his ability to grasp objects as well. The suction cup works very well on both the high chair tray and the small tray that attaches to his swing. I'm looking forward to buying him several of these types of toys so we can rotate them and keep him entertained.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By DC Reader on September 12, 2011
My baby loves this toy. It has been a lifesaver to put her in the highchair at the dining room table and actually get a chance to eat before my food goes cold. She is 5 months and hasn't been able to pull the suction off. It does come un-suctioned occasionally, but I find if I attached it with a little water right before she uses it - it works great. She LOVES to spin the toy, and while I always seem to set the music off, she hasn't quite figured it out yet. When she does accidentally set off - she's so happy. I received this toy as a gift and want to recommend it to every mom. I told my husband about the negative reviews its received b/c of the music, his comment was: "As long as she's (the baby) not crying, I could care less what the music sounds like". That about sums it up - baby toys make noise, but crying babies make louder, more annoying noises.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. MOSCH on May 9, 2013
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Great toy! Love it for my grandson! Keeps him busy playing and he enjoys it too! I would recommend to buy.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By genoa golf VINE VOICE on August 26, 2010
Sorry for yelling, but it is the most annoying toy ever made. You cannot turn off the sounds, and it is really loud, and it plays following every tiny movement - it starts paying even if you so much as walk in the vicinity of the toy. When you give it to your baby, every movement makes it go, so it plays non-stop until you get it from him. There is no cause and effect learning, because the thing never stops. If you make a mistake of giving it to your child in the car or in stroller, be ready to listen to annoying two tunes and two sounds non-stop your entire trip.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By VEML on October 21, 2010
Yes, the toy comes out of the suction cup and yes, my baby could pop the suction cup off of any table in seconds when she was 6 months old. Also the tunes it plays are jittery and annoying, and they play at the slightest brush of the toy. However, the tunes are not loud - not louder than the hum of normal restaurant ambience and it is the best car toy ever. Attach it to the handle of baby's car seat with a link or two and enjoy the happy baby in the car.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By saywhat on July 22, 2010
I liked the design of this toy and the cute music....until I realized that there's NO way to make it stop. The music is activated by movement/vibrations, and there's no on/off button or any way to remove the battery. So get ready for the thing to start playing music in the middle of the night if you place something next to it or accidentally touch it. Have fun!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M Young on November 5, 2013
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Great baby toy. However, the music doesn't last long. This is the second one I've bought and within weeks the batteries have run out leaving my grandson frustrated because it is his favorite toy and he loves the music.
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