Fisher-Price® Roll-a-Rounds™ Drop & Roar™ Dinosaur
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- Color coordinated ball drops and ramps allow baby to follow the rounds down one of 4 paths accompanied by 3 colored lights and lively tunes
- There are busy activities that add to the play, including a twirling butterfly, a rattle bird, and spinning dinosaur
- 10 songs and 5 sound effects encourage and entertain baby
- Each of the 4 pre-historic themed rounds feature little baby creatures, each with a unique action
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Top Customer Reviews
(1) The middle hole, it drops down to make the pendulum swing and more then half of the time, the ball gets stuck at that point.
(2) The balls get stuck coming out of that hole as well...
(3) The head comes off real easily and its never on the toy (he takes it off every time especially since its easy to get off)
(4) kind of boring... thought there would be a spiral slide of some variety as kids love that.
(5) music & lights are nothing special either.
I usually LOVE FP toys and we own sooo many. I am happy with my incredi-table and with the wagon for the blocks. This one just wasn't worth t he money.
Well, we're on boy #3 that is using this toy. It's held up extremely well and even my oldest plays with it still. The balls still get stuck... now there is a whole other element to getting stuck as they loves to put their cars in it (down the slide through teh mouth, down the block-slide...). Guess it was worth the money after all (and not what it's listed here as..)
This toy does come in pieces. It took my 6 and 7 year old daughters less than ten minutes to put it together. Note that it requires 3 AA batteries for sound and lights. It is still fun without the effects.
Let me clarify the pendulum, for anyone trying to figure out the photo in the ad. When a roll-a-round is put into the orange hole, the ball goes down a ramp, pushing this pendulum-shaped piece out of its way so it can exit the dinosaur's stomach. There is no cover over this part, so nothing can get clogged up by a an oddly shaped toy of your child's choosing.
This is what I don't like:
1- This is made with, what is becoming, typical Fisher-Price quality. When my older children were this age, everything seemed more solid, with a heavier-duty plastic. There is one place on the back of our dinosaur where the plastic was not even cut in a straight line, and looked a little jagged. It does appear safe, however.
2- The last 2 baby items we purchased from Fisher-Price looked, as this one does, dirty and used. There are a few small places where the toy looked like it was dragged across a rough surface.
All in all, this is a great toy. The sound effects are entertaining, but not annoying with 2 volume levels (loud and louder) and an off switch, which also turns off the lights. The "Roar" is not loud or scary. It comes with 4 roll-a-rounds with dino babies in them (one is an egg that opens and shuts). I recommend this toy to babies 9-18 months.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm really shocked by the negative reviews. I bought the drop and roar dinosaur for my first daughter. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Brizzlez
Purchased this toy for my niece as a birthday present as she was turning one. It encourages hand eye coordination, texture, sound recognition and even gross and fine motor skill... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rachel Goble
I love this toy and so do both of my children. My son played with it when he was 3 and it was handed down to his sister. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Cfio
This is a terrific lil dinosaur. My grandson loves it. The dings and sounds keeps him amused as he drops the ball in the holes. Read morePublished on May 28, 2014 by Jacqueline
My grandchildren love this toy. It's fun for babies and toddlers, boys and girls, and is great for their hand-eye coordination.Published on November 29, 2013 by Sally Long
my grandson loves this product he was 1 when i got it for him and it helped with his eye and hand coordination. and he still plays with it at 2 years oldPublished on April 6, 2013 by beverly wood
My 18 month granddaughter played with this toy often. She loved the balls sliding down the slides and though the holes in the middle.Published on December 29, 2012 by Jane C Templeton
This was a great toy when my son was young, it kept him busy for hours. Then it was passed down and used over and over and loved by all. Read morePublished on August 20, 2012 by David J. Riebe