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Pretty darn cool,
This review is from: Uncle Milton - Rainbow In My Room (Toy)
Before my purchase, I read mixed reviews about this product. Many of its purchasers loved it while others discovered their's to be defective. The first one I purchased did not project a rainbow at all. Apparently, there are five small bulbs that must illuminate to produce a rainbow and only three were lighting. Be sure to check your merchant's exchange policy for defective merchandise before buying this product as I ended up having to pay an additional nine dollars to return it which was not refunded and two additional weeks to finally have a working Rainbow in My Room.
The product projects a rainbow onto the walls, not through the air as displayed in the illustration, but I do have to say that my seven year old and my three year old are completely enchanted. Even my husband who tends to think everything is a piece of junk is impressed with it. I can see a lot of magical sleepovers at our house occurring in the near future.
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Initial post: Nov 21, 2010 11:52:59 PM PST
Danielle R. Walker says:
But, what does it mean?
Posted on May 18, 2012 10:48:52 AM PDT
Thanks for the great review :)
laughed out loud at "my husband...tends to think everything is a piece of junk"
Posted on Jul 19, 2012 7:35:17 PM PDT
Wanted to comment & tell you that I LOLed at the "my husband tends to think everything is a piece of junk..." & seen that at least one other person found it equally as funny. That part was great; especially since most all men think just about everything that us girlfriends & wives buy is "junk". God forbid you call their golf set or four wheeler or video game console or "HD" TV (and so on and so on -all the stupid stuff men like that they consider to be the greatest thing since sliced bread) junk though, lol. :)
Posted on Feb 20, 2014 10:46:32 PM PST
Mine did not work at all and my granddaughter was very disappointed by the faulty gift.
Posted on Sep 15, 2014 3:49:45 PM PDT
Danielle--it would only be confusing if you bought TWO of them... ; )
Posted on Dec 17, 2015 9:30:40 AM PST
Gerard Chezick says:
Thanks for the wonderful review... as a GrandPa living 500miles from his Grand Daughter, I can't afford to have a defective toy purchased.. would much prefer twice the price rather than make my daughter and hubby run around trying to develop a remedy.
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