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VTech - Sit-to-Stand Dancing Tower

by VTech

Price: $64.00 + $8.99 shipping
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  • Sit to Stand Dancing Tower's innovative design grows with baby
  • Buttons light up when teaching colors, animals, music, and more
  • Features 4 different modes of play and easy-grip handles
  • Step on dancing pads while bouncing to motion-activated music; recommended for ages 9 months and older
  • Includes bear, base pieces, activity panel, 2 connecting trunk pieces, 3 screws, dancing platforms, and user manual
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000NZQ13M
  • Item model number: 80-074900
  • Our recommended age: 9 months - 3 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 9 months - 12 years
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #219,362 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
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Safety Warning
CAUTION: Adult assembly required. Includes Screws ( Small Part), For uour baby's safetydo not let him/her play with the toy until it is fully assembled.

Product Description

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The V-Tech Sit to Stand Dancing Tower features an innovative design that will grow with your child. Four different play modes help babies 9 months and up develop motor skills and learn colors, sounds, and animals.

Innovative Grow-With-Me Design
Baby might leave other toys behind as they grow up, but the Dancing Tower grows along with your child. Keep the Dancing Tower close to the floor for sitting play, then raise it when the baby is ready to stand up and dance. The panel can be used alone for floor play, or add the trunk pieces at two different levels as baby grows.



Dancing Tower makes each play experience fun. View larger.


Features grip handles and motion-activated music.
Baby can step on the Dancing Tower's dancing pads while bouncing to motion-activated music. The grip handles are easy for little fingers to clutch and provide something for baby to hold as they try to stand. The dancing bear moves to the music and amuses baby. A rotating microphone and sliding symbols add to the fun. Additionally, the Dancing Tower has a volume control switch to keep the noise at a tolerable level for parents. This toy takes four AA batteries (not included).

Excellent Learning Tool
The Dancing Tower is not only loads of fun, it is also an important learning tool. Using innovative technology, the Dancing Tower makes each play experience fun while developing baby's mental and physical abilities. Tummy Time sings as the baby plays with the top activity panel. Five light up piano keys help baby learn colors, instruments, animals, and styles of music. (Please note: this product includes screws, so for your baby's safety do not let him or her play with the toy until it is fully assembled.)

What's in the Box
Dancing bear, electronic activity panel, 2 connecting trunk pieces, 2 base halves, 3 screws, 2 dancing platforms, and user manual.

Product Description

Baby may leave other toys behind, but the Sit-to-Stand Dancing Tower keeps growing with her! Tummy time sings as baby plays with the top activity panel. Keep the Sit-to-Stand Dancing Tower close to the floor for sitting play, then raise it when baby is ready to stand up and dance. Designed for happy feet, baby can step on its dancing pads and bounce to the motion-activated music. The Sit-to-Stand Dancing Tower has five light-up buttons for learning colors, sounds & animals. There's even a rotating microphone.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Her arm was twisted backwards.
Momarenta
They love, love, love the microphone on it and laugh at each other "talking" into it.
K. Rowland
This is the coolest toy that I have seen for a toddler that is standing and walking.
Boc

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By L. A. Dye on December 31, 2007
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I purchased this along with boxes of other items from Amazon during their holiday sale of up to 75% off toys. UPS showed up with about 6 boxes of toys and this little item is one of my sons favorite.

There is little educational value with this toy and is meant more for keeping your little one occupied than to teach him the inner workings of cause and effect as most toys try to pander to a child's learning stage.
Essentially it is a steering wheel on a pedestal with lights, muffled voice, and a dancing bear.

Interaction is through levers, buttons, and of course the rolling noisy hamster cage. Battery life is unknown though we are still on the original Duracells in the unit since Christmas.

Safety:
The unit is pretty sturdy and seems to hold up well with the abuses of my son as he has a tendency to rather take things apart to see how what makes them tick vs. just playing them them. I see a Craftsman tool set in his not to far off future. No small items to swallow an nothing appears to be weak enough to break off. So far it has held up nicely.
The main safety issue would be the handles on each side. Because of the height and because the handles are closed loops a child can easily slide their arm in there and if they lost their balance as happens often with infants they could end of dangling from the handle with just there arm lodged in there with there body weight pulling on the them. Best advise to not leave your infant along with this toy for even a second.

The toy has a small footprint so taking up much real estate in the loft is not a problem and the unit stores easily while not in use though or course when we are about to move it our little one picks that moment to play with it.

Overall a nice little toy for the infant in your life.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bright Eyes Mom on April 16, 2008
My daughter got this toy when she was 7 months, she loved it then and she loves it now (12 months). She play with it so often it stays in our family room. When friends come over with there kids, some older (up to 6 years old) it's the first thing they go for.
My daughter loves to yell into the mic to hear herself and when the bear starts dancing around she loves to grab him and it has yet to break.
All around I say this has been a great toy that not only brings her fun but us joy when we watch her dance and hear her "sing"
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By K. Rowland on September 13, 2009
My twin girls love this toy. I bought it for them when they first learning to stand and really liked that we could adjust the height so that they could hold on it and learn to pull up. Once they were really pulling up we raised it and they use it to cruise. They love, love, love the microphone on it and laugh at each other "talking" into it. I think they will continue to enjoy this toy in the future as they start to learn the songs and to dance along with them. My only complaint is that the top rotates about a quarter turn and can be a little unstable when they are holding on.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Boc on October 9, 2012
I have read a good amount of reviews at different sites and the only compliant is that it stops working. I have had mine for about a month and it stopped working 2 weeks ago, I changed the batteries and presto it worked again. I hope these people are changing the batteries before they take it back. The batteries that come with it are probably not the bee on the planet. The bear can really take a beating- my daughter has put it through much punishment. It is a real fun toy for her and while she is trying to master walking. The bear tower is a routine stop on her walking route around the living room. This is the coolest toy that I have seen for a toddler that is standing and walking. Probably good to start it around 6 months or whenever she starts to stand up on things.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By amy on November 25, 2011
This is a cute toy. I bought this for my daughter last Christmas. She enjoyed playing with it and dancing to the music. My only complaint is that it broke today, so it didn't last a year.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By syl06 on February 14, 2011
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this toy is not worth the money i paid for it... very cheap... wouldn't suggest having a baby playing with it because it can easily tip over.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By GeckoMama on June 4, 2008
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My 1 year old son is always singing and dancing with this thing. The microphone leads for hours of laughter for the entire family.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Mezei on December 3, 2009
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Santa brought this last year for my then-9-month-old daughter, and it was an instant favorite. As she grew, we adjusted the height of the tower. She's a little tall for it now, but she still enjoys playing with it. I am most impressed with the durability of this tower. My daughter takes out some aggression on the poor dancing bear, but the bear just keeps on dancing! We have encountered no issues with the toy's performance, even after considerable abuse by a playful toddler. I highly recommend it!
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