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10483 Noggin Stik Baby Toy
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- Encourages parent-infant interaction
- Includes lights to encourage visual tracking, textures for feeling, rattle sounds to hear
- Enhances grasping & holding skills
- Handle is great size for grasping
- Lights activated by baby's batting hand.
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NogginStik,the light up rattle, helps parents encourage early milestones in infants. It's not just a cute toy. It's an educational tool that guide parents & caregivers through activities and interactions that will promote healthy brain development and bonding, and bring enjoyment to both parent and child.
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|Item Dimensions||5.8 x 8.8 x 2.5 in||3.8 x 4.5 x 11.1 in||5.31 x 8.07 x 2.36 in||3.86 x 4.8 x 3.43 in||4 x 8.4 x 2.2 in||4 x 4 x 4 in|
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The head lights up and changes between red, green, and blue, and is pretty bright when used in the dark, but not so bright that it should bother baby's eyes. The rattle makes a nice happy sound, like lightly shaking a mostly empty box of tic tacs. The mirror is actually worthy of being called that, unlike many toys whose plastic mirrors resemble cheap warpy fun house mirrors that practically scratch themselves when you look at them. I suppose you could even use it to line your eyes in a pinch.
We've had our first one for only a little over a week, so I cannot comment about battery life, but the batteries are replaceable. Lights change with tapping or shaking of the toy and there is no way to turn it off (light goes out on its own after sitting still for 30 seconds or so, but comes back on with slight movement...Don't quote me on the time as I haven't actually timed it and I'm now holding my sleeping baby so I'd dare not go get it... .) so if it's always in your diaper bag you'll probably have to replace them sooner than later.
The black and white base and the "handle" part have nice rubbery raised spots, and the handle is the perfect size for my now five month old son.
As far as durability is concerned, of course we've dropped it. Never from more than about three feet high, but on hard surfaces such as wood and even un carpeted restaraunt flooring (I assume concrete) and he has held up nicely through his tumbles. I actually even dropped him on a ragged concrete parking garage today (to my horror), but picked up Mr. Nogginstick to find only three tiny little dots peppered on his face. They are difficult to see and didn't seem to affect the integrity of the plastic and the plastic stayed clear instead of taking on a white cast in the damaged area as clear plastic often does. All that being said please bear in mind we've had this toy for a week.
I sincerely am grateful for this toy and it's ideal design for my son specifically. Honestly, I wish I'd come up with it he loves it so much!
After you buy your Nogginstick (or two), check out the OBall (I suggest the original to start with for younger babies. It's so light and easy to hold, even for kids who don't get grasping too well.) I also suggest the Sassy wonder wheel.
Pros: The smiley face is cute. The rattle really does keep baby's attention, and so it is good for tracking. It's easy for a baby to hold the middle part. The mirror is an actual mirror, not a fun house mirror like most baby toys.
Cons: Too much effort to change the light color. Too expensive compared to similar toys. Some might consider this a positive: it comes with a little booklet with infant milestones by age and how to use the toy for each milestone. It seems pretty gimmicky to me and contributes to how they justify the price tag.
Would I recommend: No, if you have other, cheaper toys that keep your baby's attention well enough. However, last night I did play with this for maybe a solid 10 minutes with my 9 week old tracking the toy the whole time. So I guess we're keeping it.
Otherwise, the shape, textures, and noise still appeal to him.