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VTech - Crazy Legs Learning Bugs

by VTech
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  • Shape-sorter play pattern with attached shapes that won't get lost
  • Cute baby bug spins on mommy bug's back
  • Pull string stores in battery compartment until baby's ready
  • Features two modes of play
  • Learning toy teaches shapes, counting and nature objects
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.1 x 9.6 x 11.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007WX0QC
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 80-066200
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 1 - 3 years
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,799 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Pull or pop with this cute bug character for shape sorting fun! The Crazy Legs Learning Bugs educational toy has tethered shapes that push into their shape places and pop out with a push of the baby ladybug. Featuring a Learning Mode and a Music Mode, baby will be entertained with the light-up shape spots and the spinning baby bug that teaches shapes, counting, and even objects in nature.

Product Description

Mommy and baby bug go everywhere together and they have many things to teach along the way!

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Customer Reviews

Sort, sort, sort my shapes...whoops!
habblie
You only have to THINK about this toy and it starts singing the most annoying song (and the only song?)
USMCwife4life
This toy has too much goin gon for an infant or toddler.
C. Clune

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By V. Thommes on January 2, 2012
Other reviews refer to a big star button on the top and the toy saying "whoops" and "uh-oh" and only playing one song over and over and that the voice is almost indecipherable, the shapes are hard even for an adult to put in the corresponding hole, the shapes don't pop out when the top button is pressed, the shapes stay in the hole with cheap/weak magnets that don't hold well. We have had this toy for a couple weeks now and there is no star button on the top, it has yet to say "whoops" or "uh-oh", every thing is enunciated clearly, the pieces pop in and out easily and all the pieces easily release when pressing the "lady bug button" on the top, the pieces do not contain or use magnets to stay in place and my daughter is still learning how to put the pieces in the holes but there is no difficulty for any adults to use this toy and I find it laughable that any adult would find it difficult and image there was a bit of exaggerating going on on the other reviewers parts, it plays many different songs and aside from being louder than I would prefer with no volume switch to adjust, we love this toy for our 11 month old and she loves it too. It has two modes and between the two it will tell your child the shapes and numbers, it has nature and chiming sounds, several songs that speed up and slow down when pulled from the string, it asks your child to find the shapes and encourages them to play and think. I love that the shapes are attached to the toy, no more lost pieces and no more stepping on said pieces in the middle of the night. I know it will take our daughter a little while to figure out how to snap the pieces into the shaped holes but she is starting to catch on already.Read more ›
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By geeper on January 15, 2006
I bought this toy a few days ago for my one year old son and just finished repackaging it to return it to the store. We gave it a good try for a few days (I'd rather keep a toy that atleast has some potential than return it), but it was just too frustrating.

It seems they were trying to do too much with this toy. Is it a pull toy, cause/effect toy, or a shape sorter? Well it doesn't do any of those things well. It doesn't roll well, the buttons are hard to push (probably in part because it is on wheels, but also even if you push the buttons all the way, it may or may not activate it), and the shapes come out when the wheels roll or the top button is pushed - accompanied by an annoying "WHOOPS!". Part of the programming, but the "WHOOPS" & "shape-sorter" song is too frequent, seemingly random (you can't cut off the song with the push of a button) and very annoying. I thought maybe my son just needs to be a little older (he loves cause & effect devices & toys (remote controls, push button phones, dvd player, etc), but the "effect" part of this toy is way too inconsistent. I think the most enjoyment he got from this toy was picking it up and tossing it.

I gave this toy two stars for the cute design & good quality - it's very solid & well made, but it is too annoying & I think you're better off buying some other toy(s) instead for your little one.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By USMCwife4life on January 12, 2009
My son was given the Vtech Crazy Legs Bug as a Christmas gift and we have been disappointed (and annoyed) from the first moment it arrived. First of all, the toy turned on in shipping - the "on - off" level is really loose - so the box was singing when we got it home. It really hasn't stopped since. You only have to THINK about this toy and it starts singing the most annoying song (and the only song?) about sorting shapes. The legs have shapes on then that are supposed to attach to the matching shaped lights - which is a good idea - but the execution was no good. It's hard for me to insert the shapes let alone my 11 month old - plus the shapes can only connect on one side where there are magnets. The largest light on the toy is on the top of the bug - naturally you'd think that you can touch it at will to maybe make the bug sing or something but you'd be wrong - when you touch the light (which is the only one my son is really all that interested in messing with) the bug says "uh oh" and then laughs like they've done something wrong. It's semi-condesending.
I appreciate the thought and the gift but I wanted to post a comment so others would know before hand to save their money and buy something else.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Brooke Walker on May 1, 2010
I hate this thing. My mother bought it at a yardsale; whatever she paid, it was more than this is worth. The "Sort, Sort, Sort My Shapes" song plays at every chance it gets, which is usually when my kiddo has lost interest in it. He likes to pull it around by the string and hit the center button, which sets off an endless chorus of "Whoops! Sort, sort..." He has no interest in the shape buttons or dangling shapes (which don't work unless you put them in with the correct side facing in), and is too young for the "Follow Me" and other activites.

I'd suggest gifting it to your worst enemy or using it as a wrecking ball -- after less than an hour, you'll want to chuck it through the nearest window.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Traveling Gal on February 2, 2010
Honestly, this is a TERRIBLE toy. I can't even give it away...I wouldn't want to frustrate anyone else.

The shapes don't pop in well. The toy sings the same song over and over again, and for no apparent reason (as others have mentioned). The song lyrics are "sort sort sort my shapes" but I swear it sounds like "eat eat eat my shorts". I had no idea what the thing was saying. The voices are horrible. The sounds are horrible. The music is horrible.

Did I say this toy is horrible? No, I think I said this toy is terrible. Well, it's horrible too!
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