Baby Einstein Around The World Discovery Center (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- 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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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.Read more ›
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Essentially, these are all the same, but this one feels a little sturdier and thicker than some of the other brands. Read morePublished 14 months ago by She who shall not be named
This has held up extremely well for my kids! My oldest daughter played in it for 8 months and my second daughter played in it for about 10 months.Published 17 months ago by KC