Includes 1 octopus and 3 rings to toss around the tentacles
Helps develop baby's hand-eye coordination
Fun colors and shapes stimulate baby's senses
Floats in water to make bath-time or pool time more fun
18 Months + / BPA Free
Number of Pieces: 4
Dimensions (Overall): 5.5 inches (H) x 7.88 inches (W) x 6.5 inches (D)
Suggested Age: 18 Months and Up
Weight: .55 pounds
Educational Focus: Sensory development
Care & Cleaning: Wash with Soap and Water
Item Number (DPCI): 030-04-1043
Nuby's BPA Free Octopus Floating Bath Toy is a fun and interactive toy to make bath time more enjoyable. The cute and engaging toy comes with one floating octopus and three rings to toss on the octopus' tentacles. It helps to develop hand-eye coordination and stimulate your baby's senses. This toy provides endless fun in the bath or pool!
This is a well made bath toy. I appreciate the solid one piece design that keeps water out. My 18 month old enjoys putting the rings on the legs and taking them back off. She has been playing with it in the tub for several weeks and it still holds her attention.
Pros: solid construction keeps water out of the toy so no gross mold, easy to clean and floats well.
Cons: too small for "ring toss" unless you are some crazy talented professional, octopus have 8 legs and this has 6 (design oversight or laziness??) and holes in rings are only slightly larger than the legs so they don't fit on easily.
Cute toy but ultimately returned. I purchased as a baby pool toy for our one year old. The octopus is a good size but the rings were much smaller than anticipated. This is ultimately what made the decision to return. For older babies definitely looks like it would be enjoyed
I have ordered three of these so far for my two grandkids! The toy is fun both in and out if the tub. My 10-momth old grandson especially likes the silly little rings. But he likes the octopus too! Funny boy!
My baby loves this toy, but i wish it came with more than 3 rings. She loves holding the rings and walking around with them, but I'm worried we'll lose them pretty quickly, so I wish there were more of them.