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Pop Up Toy

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  • 4 friendly, color, peg figures bob up and down on concealed springs
  • Careful, push them down far enough and they will fly out
  • Encourages eye-hand coordination while introducing color awareness, counting and matching
  • Made with solid hardwood and child safe finishes
  • Ages: 12 months and up
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

This traditional wooden toy has amused toddlers for years, along with being the number 1 product recommend by therapist. The 4 figures spring up and down, thru a concealed spring within the base of the toy. This classic toy will be ideal for developing hand eye coordination and fine motor skills. Weighs approximately 3.00 pounds.

From the Manufacturer

This traditional wooden toy has amused toddlers for years, along with being the number 1 product recommend by therapist. The 4 figures spring up and down, thru a concealed spring within the base of the toy. This classic is ideal for developing hand-eye coordination as well as color recognition. Pop Up Toy will be passed down within your family for generations to come. Made with hard and finished with child safe finishes.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 6 x 2.5 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0017RFA82
  • Item model number: 59373
  • Our recommended age: 12 months - 6 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 months - 6 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,007 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth on December 22, 2009
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This is a great toy, but, but, but.

The product description is misleading. It reads, "Amusing wooden toy with 4 color peg figures which bob up and down on concealed springs... Age: 12 months"

First of all, the peg figures do not merely bob up and down on springs. Unlike other pop-up toys, in which the popping things are secured to the springs, these popping pegs are not. So if you push them down with any force at all (certainly with the amount of force most year-old babies can muster), they pop out of their little holes and several feet across the room.

Fun? Incredibly fun. Educational? Definitely. But it means that this toy requires a lot more participation from the parent, who will generally need to at least make sure the pegs get back in the holes, or near the baby. They may roll off under a chair, or pop away into someone's coffee. Again, this is not necessarily a "con", but it's something to think about.

And second of all, I'm pretty amazed that this is for 12+ months. I don't consider myself uptight about choking hazards (see my review for a Canon camera on Amazon- I have pictures of my infant eating cherries, to the chagrin of everyone I know). But these are shaped exactly like a baby's windpipe. They *do* seem a little long for a baby to swallow, but people who use the "toilet paper roll test" (if it drops through a toilet paper roll, it's a hazard) will not be pleased. They are a mere 1/2" in diameter, and about 2.5" long. Like a Sharpie pen, but shorter.

From the New York Times: "The Consumer Product Safety Commission says any toy that is small enough to fit through a circle an inch and a half in diameter (the size of a toilet paper tube) or is less than two and a quarter inches long is unsafe for small children.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By susan lord on October 29, 2012
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Galt used to make it, now it's a different company. The wooden discs broke right away, the pegs wouldn't pop up. We took it apart and substituted nickles which work very well and won't break. However. A person shouldn't have to do this, so I can't recommend it anymore. Also, if the child puts his head right over the pegs while they pop up they can go in his eye. I continue to enjoy the pop up peg toy, now it's fixed. Dangerous as it is it's fun to push the pegs.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By sunnyk on December 4, 2012
Got this as a gift for my 1 year old. lots of fun and he looks surprised with a half gaping mouth when the little guys pop out, but he hasn't figured out how to make them pop himself yet--push the little guys down into the hole, where he sits on a spring, and he pops out. when he does figure it out, this could get kinda dangerous (ie peg guys in the eyes or rocketing across the room). Yes, he puts the little guys in his mouth but he doesn't seem to try to actually swallow them. I think it would be pretty hard to do, but probably pretty easy to gag on. 2 of the platforms on the springs were broken when we got this. At first the little wooden disks were blocking the springs from moving, but when we got the pieces out, they seemed to be very easy to break apart. I guess i'll try to open the thing up and use nickels like one of the other reviewers
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By NYC Mom on October 24, 2013
Both my one year old and my four year old find this toy amusing. Good for learning colors and hand eye coordination. And the faces make me smile as they pop out. We don't play with it for hours, but it is an entertaining toy. And I guess I should mention, this is a pop-up and out toy. When pressed, the "people" pop out of the hole if pressed in the right way. But it no way could it shoot across the room or in an eye like one reviewer said. My older son jammed one of the springs and I unscrewed the bottom and easily fixed it back to working order.
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By thehighernest on April 1, 2010
This is by far our 1 year old's favorite toy - and has been for at least four months now. We try to rotate the toy selection in the house, but this one always stays out because it is played with so often.

I would agree with the other reviewer that this is certainly not a traditional pop-up toy. If you are expecting the kind that pop up from a hidden spot when a corresponding button is pushed, you will be disappointed. And it is true that our boy loves to put them in his mouth, sometimes to our concern. But, again, as the other review stated, we are obviously supervising him when he plays with this or other perhaps "questionable" objects, such as the mallet for his toy drum or his toddler Legos, all things which babies love to stick in their mouths. In fact, I notice now that Amazon has labeled it as not safe for the under-3 crowd, though I do not believe this was the case when we purchased ours.

But the fun he has with them entirely makes up for any "shortcomings," if they can even be called that.

When our son was younger, he just loved to take them out of the holes, throw them in the air, and chase after to retrieve them.

Now he knows that he can push down on them to make them bob up and down or spring up and out altogether.

He's also now trying to put them back into their slots, which actually requires a lot of hand-eye coordination. You can almost see his little brain working hard to make out how to properly hold the piece in his hand at the right angle to get it to go back in vertically. In the future, I'm sure the next thing will be sorting out the right color choice.

A fun, wooden, pretty, educational toy for $10 bucks? You can't beat that.
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