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VTech - Sit-to-Stand Dancing Tower
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- Sit to Stand Dancing Tower's innovative design grows with baby
- Buttons light up when teaching colors, animals, music, and more
- Features 4 different modes of play and easy-grip handles
- Step on dancing pads while bouncing to motion-activated music; recommended for ages 9 months and older
- Includes bear, base pieces, activity panel, 2 connecting trunk pieces, 3 screws, dancing platforms, and user manual
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Innovative Grow-With-Me Design
Baby might leave other toys behind as they grow up, but the Dancing Tower grows along with your child. Keep the Dancing Tower close to the floor for sitting play, then raise it when the baby is ready to stand up and dance. The panel can be used alone for floor play, or add the trunk pieces at two different levels as baby grows.
Excellent Learning Tool
The Dancing Tower is not only loads of fun, it is also an important learning tool. Using innovative technology, the Dancing Tower makes each play experience fun while developing baby's mental and physical abilities. Tummy Time sings as the baby plays with the top activity panel. Five light up piano keys help baby learn colors, instruments, animals, and styles of music. (Please note: this product includes screws, so for your baby's safety do not let him or her play with the toy until it is fully assembled.)
What's in the Box
Dancing bear, electronic activity panel, 2 connecting trunk pieces, 2 base halves, 3 screws, 2 dancing platforms, and user manual.
CAUTION: Adult assembly required. Includes Screws ( Small Part), For uour baby's safetydo not let him/her play with the toy until it is fully assembled.
Top Customer Reviews
There is little educational value with this toy and is meant more for keeping your little one occupied than to teach him the inner workings of cause and effect as most toys try to pander to a child's learning stage.
Essentially it is a steering wheel on a pedestal with lights, muffled voice, and a dancing bear.
Interaction is through levers, buttons, and of course the rolling noisy hamster cage. Battery life is unknown though we are still on the original Duracells in the unit since Christmas.
The unit is pretty sturdy and seems to hold up well with the abuses of my son as he has a tendency to rather take things apart to see how what makes them tick vs. just playing them them. I see a Craftsman tool set in his not to far off future. No small items to swallow an nothing appears to be weak enough to break off. So far it has held up nicely.
The main safety issue would be the handles on each side. Because of the height and because the handles are closed loops a child can easily slide their arm in there and if they lost their balance as happens often with infants they could end of dangling from the handle with just there arm lodged in there with there body weight pulling on the them. Best advise to not leave your infant along with this toy for even a second.
The toy has a small footprint so taking up much real estate in the loft is not a problem and the unit stores easily while not in use though or course when we are about to move it our little one picks that moment to play with it.
Overall a nice little toy for the infant in your life.
My daughter loves to yell into the mic to hear herself and when the bear starts dancing around she loves to grab him and it has yet to break.
All around I say this has been a great toy that not only brings her fun but us joy when we watch her dance and hear her "sing"
As far as the activity part, it's really cool and my kid really enjoyed it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This toy is dangerous and disappointing. My 9 month old is pulling up on everything to stand and is almost walking. This toy tips over when she uses it to pull up. Read morePublished 20 months ago by KelleyC
Fell over a lot if my child used it to help pull to stand at.Published 22 months ago by Ilisa Ailts