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- Develops children's physical coordination
- Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
- Raised edges protect children's hands from getting hurt
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A wonderful giant top for hours of fun. Top for 1 or 2 children. Lots of uses: use it to rock from side to side, spin it, build a den, etc. Small children can even use it as a boat in the pool (only under adult supervision). Develops children's physical coordination while they play. Made of strong plastic for both indoor and outdoor play. Very suitable for basic physical coordination training with disabled people.
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A wonderful giant top for hours of fun. Use it to rock from side to side, spin it, build a den, etc. Small children can even use it as a boat in the pool (only under adult supervision). Develops children’s physical coordination while they play. Made of strong plastic for both indoor and outdoor play. Very suitable for basic physical coordination training with disabled children. Raised edges prevent fingers from getting caught. Ideal for 1 or 2 children, grades PreK-5. Oversized shipping charges for UPS will apply. Ages 3-10.
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This product came today, and this is something where I want to try and be fair in how I handle it. This is a product marketed to disabled parents in the product description, and I agree it has fabulous potential there. My son has already been climbing in it, which is fabulous because he's getting better and better at trying new things when it comes to toys, though he's not spinning himself in it yet because it can take him longer to learn new movements, but when I spun him, his face lit up. So he loves it, and I don't see anything with it that's going to be a quality problem.
My thing is the price point. Now obviously I paid it, because like many a disabled parent, I love my child with a fierceness that is only paralleled by my feelings for his sister. And when you think something is going to help your child and you aren't sure if you have the time to replicate it another way, you pay up. Which was the case here. But given that this is made out of the same formed plastic as laundry baskets and plastic totes that stores manage to price at a tenth of the cost, I feel like this is something that should be priced lower. In searching the web after it came to see how reasonable my comments were, I did find a range in price points on this, everything from over $100 to mid $50's.
If this were produced in the US, I could see a higher price point because the living wage here is higher. But I couldn't find where it is manufactured, and honestly, it would probably be mostly automated. When you are a parent of a disabled child, you spend money like it's growing on a tree in your back yard on everything from the therapies to the medical bills to supplies...to things like this that can possibly help give your child a boost in a needed area. And then if you're like me, you spend an equal amount of money on your other child so that she doesn't feel like she's less important then her brother just because she doesn't medically have anything wrong with her. It's very expensive, and I think it would be great if manufacturers price pointed these items to actually reflect the cost of materials and labor with a more modest profit. If this wasn't produced in the US, I'm guessing the profit margin on this was pretty sweet for everybody involved but me. But I love my son, and I love Amazon, and this certainly wasn't the most expensive finding on the web. I'm not sure who the price point starts with...the manufacturer and the seller is passing it on, or the seller. But either way, I think it would be great if both would consider the circumstances of the market they are targeting this to when they set their price points.
In terms of sizing, my 10 year old does fit in it, but only just. For our son, he's 5 and weighs 55.5 lbs, and wears size 7 clothes. He fits in this well and will be able to move around and do the things I have planned. So I do think it's a cool product, and I love things that make him happy. I would just respectfully ask those marketing this to place themselves into the shoes of the parents of their target market. Because many people in that market aren't so blessed as I am, and they need all the help they can get.
The top easily fits our ten year old and he and our older daughter (7) have no prplems getting it to spin really fast under their own power. Our 3 year old loves to spin or just rock back and forth in it with our help.