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Baby Einstein Around The World Discovery Center (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

4.4 out of 5 stars 162 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Polyester, Plastic
  • Features: plays music, adjustable height, 360-degree swivel, jumping pad
  • Includes: musical piano with color learning in English, Spanish and French, real-life imagery, Lion hand puppet, and more
  • Not included: batteries
  • Care and cleaning: wipe clean with soap and water
  • Minimum weight supported: 6.0 pounds; Maximum weight capacity: 25.0 pounds; Manufacturer's suggested age: 4 Months and above
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Product Description

Product Description

The Baby Einstein Around the World Discovery Center allows baby to explore sights and sounds from around the globe with 12 activities for baby to enjoy! Includes musical piano with 3 modes: melodies, nature sounds, and color learning in English, French, and Spanish. Features music from the New Baby Einstein World Music DVD. Includes real-life imagery and a baby-safe mirror for self-discovery.

From the Manufacturer

The Baby Einstein Around the World Discovery Center allows baby to explore sights and sounds from around the globe with eight fun toys to discover. Includes musical piano with three modes: melodies, nature sounds, and color learning in English, Spanish and French. Features music from the Baby Einstein World Music DVD. Includes real-life imagery and a lion hand puppet for together time fun.

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight15.4 pounds
Product Dimensions29 x 29 x 27 inches
UPC074451307322
Item model number30732
Minimum weight recommendation6 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation25 Pounds
Batteries requiredYes
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB002NGNFBK
Best Sellers Rank #70,541 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15.4 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Customer Reviews

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By A. Oun on January 27, 2010
Both my daughter loves this "saucer," as my 3 yr. old has dubbed it. We got it when my youngest was 4 mo. and she loved the colors and toys right away. We did have to stuff a blanket around her middle and put a folded one under her feet at first, but only for a few weeks as she gained strength and figured out how to "stand" in it. I thought at first that she was too short, but now I think it was more about her putting weight on her legs. She is in the 50th percentile for height and weight, so a small baby might need something under their feet at first.
The toys are even more interesting to her now that she can manipulate them better. They make satisfying sounds and react well to her touch. Only the "piano" is electronic and takes batteries, and she could care less about it so far because she doesn't understand buttons yet. My 3 yr. old daughter loves to play along with the lion puppet - she can make the baby laugh with it! I love that it has loops to attach your own toys if you want. One thing that my baby doesn't love is the penguin. You can push it down to make the balls below it spin, and for some reason my daughter is scared of the sound this makes. She cries every time we do it! I think she is just weird and sensitive to noise, so your baby probably won't have the same problem. We just don't push it down, and she is fine (she can't do it herself). She still smiles at the penguin, so no hard feelings, I guess. The panda teeter-totter makes a squeaking metal sound sometimes (like a smaller version of the real thing) but this doesn't bother her.
We haven't used the rocking feature yet because she isn't stable enough. The stabilizers work well to keep everything level.
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I bought this item for my daughter based on pictures online. I wish now I had found one in a store to actually see in person how cheaply made this toy is. My daughter is only 5 months old now and has been using this for a few weeks. After two weeks- and she obviously isn't very strong at this point- toys are falling off. We are going to have to do what another reviewer suggested and super glue the items in place. She does enjoy this toy and I love seeing her use it- I just wish I had bought something more sturdy that didn't involve me having to resort to super glue or duct tape. Waste of money pretty much.
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I would have not purchased this toy had I read even one review that it flipped easily. My twin is a dancer and tossed the entire unit on it's side today, cracking his head on the hardwood floor and leaving a gigantic bruise on his forehead. He is ten months old and twenty two pounds. Believe me, I watch every move these babies make--do not even bathe until my husband is home to watch them. They are always in the same room with me. I just want to be sure you understand that this did not happen fron lack of being properly looked after. I'm so nervous now--am e-mailing the company and waiting for a reply. But for now, please don't buy this for your babies. The thought of another baby coming out of this thing makes me sick and, to be honest, quite angry. Please buy something else. Anything else. I'll post a follow up after hearing what they say. Today is March 31st, 2010.
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My son is 6 months old. Until today, we absolutely loved the Around the World Discovery Center. This toy has stickers on a couple places. There are 2 discs that have large stickers and dangle from a "plant". My son loves chewing on these discs and it honestly didn't occur to me that these stickers might come off and present a problem. Well today he started coughing and choking and when I when I looked up (I was just a couple feet away) he had pieces of the sticker all over his mouth. You would think that a manufacturer of toys for children of teething age would consider this in the design of their toys!
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I have twins and needed another exersaucer. This is a nice exersaucer for the money, but I definitely think it's lacking in some departments. For one thing there are no arial toys, everything is at eye level. The seat spins, but not easily. You cannot collapse the item flat and you can't remove the toys from their locations. The base is a bit smaller in circumference than others, which makes me wonder how secure the product will be when the babies really start moving around. The product directions state that a child who can stand on his own should not use this product, had I known this, I wouldn't have purchased the item. Many babies around the age of 7-8mos are standing on their own and would still benefit with use of an exersaucer.

I also have an evenflo exersaucer, abc-123, and I feel it is a far superior product. It has a larger base, there are springs in the legs that allow the whole thing to bounce, the toys are more sturdy and have more manipulatable parts, there is an arial section which encourage babies to reach and stretch. The product also collapses for easier storage.

I was reading some other reviews and there seemed to be a concern about the Einstein exersaucer flipping and another poster commented that there are stabilizers to ensure this does not happen, however, the company has eliminated these stabilizers, they do not come with this product. I, hopefully, assume they had recalled all the products and fixed the issue. Others complained that the toys came out of their sockets easily, this has been remedied...to the point that it is near impossible to remove the toys without risk of breaking them in the process.

Overall, a decent product for the money...however, if you can spare the extra $30...get an evenflo.
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