Shelcore Put 'N Giggle Octopus
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- Put 'n take play has a new friend, the Put 'N Giggle Octopus!
- Drop 1 of 3 plush balls into the Octopus' his head rocks and his 8 tentacles move up & down
- The Octopus looks as if he were walking, with sounds, music & giggles.
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2010 - Just a followup to this - I put this away for about a year and a half, now that our new baby is 6 mo old, I brought it back out. To my chagrin, it only will now occasionally work. It's still lots of fun, but sometimes the music won't play, sometimes the arms won't move, sometimes nothing at all happens. Not as durable as I originally thought (probably because it is made in China).
** This toy broke after one week of use. My daughter didn't really even play with it but after a week the 'laughing' (which my husband finds incredibly disturbing) occurs at random. I'm not sure what went wrong but this toy is in the trash. There are better toys out there both quality and educational-wise.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Babies love it and it has a great sound on it and is very sturdy. It's so cute too! A great gift!Published on April 18, 2012 by mommy of 2 kiddos
This is one of the cutest toys ever. My kids LOVED it! And so did I. It was very durable and lasted through 3 years of play and could easily be passed on to another child. Read morePublished on January 13, 2011 by Angel
This is a great first year toy. It really grabbed our great granddaughters attention. The noise seemed to bother her mother but the baby loved it.Published on May 31, 2009 by LAgrammie
The toy is very cute, but it doesn't rock nor moves the tentacles, and has no lights. It only makes sounds. Read morePublished on November 5, 2008 by Maia
I bought this toy based on a review in a parenting magazine. It's really cute and well made but the bottom line is, the novelty of it only lasts a few minutes. Read morePublished on September 23, 2008 by Mary Elizabeth Cornelius
Again, another cute toy and for the giggle factor-it is worth the purchase. It certainly isn't rocket science and offers virtually no educational value but is well made as my son... Read morePublished on August 23, 2008 by J. Busconi