Inspire your baby's learning with this Tiny Love Musical Take Along Arch. Versatile in its use, a clip style allows a fast and easy attachment to become part of prams, carriers or even cots. With fun dangling animals that play one of three musical tunes at the tap of a baby's hand, this will help stimulate sight and hand-eye coordination.
Adjustable baby-activated developmental arch.
Encourages visual development, thinking skills, social development, hand to eye co-ordination and sound awareness.
Batteries required 3 x button cell (included).
Delivery information - Ordered before 3pm
Part of our extended internet range. Available for home delivery or can be reserved to pick up in store, if you place your home delivery order by 3pm, we aim to deliver to your home by the end of the next working day
* Please note item 3971985 has previously been on sale at 18.99.
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Tiny Love Musical Take Along Arch - Blue.
Easy to adapt anywhere and my baby really enjoy it, she can reach easily the toys and she smile when see them
08 January 2014
Excellent purchase the baby loves it
Not only she enjoys looking at it, but also rocks herself in her car seat to see the toys moving!! Also tries to kick the middle toy, she just loves it!
FYI, baby is 3m old.
16 January 2013
Bought this for my 5 month old nephew. His mother reports that he loves it and gets lots of enjoyment from it.
17 August 2012
Shame the music clips are so short
Nice colourful versatile item, suitable for pram, cot or car seat. Could be improved by having more than 3 tunes and, more importantly, having the tunes play longer - at least twice as long. They are very brief. Would also be good to be able to adjust the length of the 3 dangly toys longer or shorter depending on where you are using it.
03 April 2012
good portable fun
Its a little fiddly to put on the car seat I have got but overall the attachment are good and fun for baby on long car trips.... you can also attach it to the pram which i used as mine didnt have the bar in front.
21 March 2012