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Tiny Love Developlay Activity Center

Tiny Love Developlay Activity Center

  • Double sided for 2 developmental stages
  • Real musical instrument sounds – piano, violin, trumpet
  • Spinning clover for batting, reflects image in the mirror behind
  • Baby-safe mirror and unique ring-pull activity
  • Reflecting spinning ball and squeaker ball

This double-sided, electronic center has a wealth of age-appropriate activities that benefit baby’s developing senses, motor skills, learning and general happiness. The crib attachment side includes a light-up, musical, smiley face, an unbreakable mi

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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars
Did they not test this on babies?, December 5, 2004
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This review is from: Tiny Love Developlay Activity Center (Baby Product)

My son loved his Tiny Love mobile, and I thought the activity center would be a nice replacement when he grew out of it at 5 months.

Well, not so much. The supposedly simple side for younger babies features a musical smiley face button and a squeaker that require LOTS of force to make them work. My son is now 7 months old and he still can’t operate them. (But he CAN use the little squeaker on the other side!) The knocker with the rattle also needs a lot of force, and even if you do manage to move it, it hardly produces any sound as it only moves a fraction of an inch. The two spinners are great and he loves those, but you can get those on any activity center. The unit is quite tall, and so far, whether lying in his playpen or sitting on the floor, he can only reach these bottom two toys.

On the other side, the toy that pops out and giggles is a lovely idea but we just can’t get that door close and STAY closed. I went to a store and tried every one on the shelf and they all had the same problem. So he can’t play with that feature either, really. And you need to move the lever for the spinner just so, at the right speed and with the right amount of force if you want the disc to spin.

Then, most disappointing of all, there’s the music. The horrible, frenetic, tinny, nasty music that was such a shock after having the Symphony in Motion mobile. It sounded so bad that I was sure the batteries had run down, but even after replacing them it sounds the same – cheap and incredibly irritating. As did all the other models in the toy store.

On the plus side, the toy is really solid, made of good quality plastic, and the colours and the design are lovely and bright and attractive.

It’s outrageously expensive – I live in Europe so we paid about for it – especially considering most of the activities are useless. I’m quite annoyed that poor old Grandad shelled out so much money for it, and didn’t keep the receipt. We actually get more fun out of the old FP activity center we bought on ebay for a couple of dollars to keep at Grandma’s. Lesson learned – new and expensive isn’t always best!

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Hours of Fun!, August 22, 2003
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= Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
This review is from: Tiny Love Developlay Activity Center (Baby Product)

My wife bought this Activity Center because we love the Tiny Love toys, and with this one we were not disappointed. Our son plays on this for hours, both sides. We were somewhat disappointed that more than just two songs are available, and after time, you will be humming them in your sleep. The only concern I had with this toy was the two small yellow plastic loopholes on the bottom of the toy. While flipping it over, hung or not on his pack and play, one of my son’s fingers would get stuck in the hole and he could not figure how to remove it – tight fit. He would then panic and bend his finger back, causing him to cry out in pain or distress. I removed the loops and filed them down so this would not happen again. Not sure why they are there. Despite this, this is a great toy.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars
Nothing special, June 24, 2006
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This review is from: Tiny Love Developlay Activity Center (Baby Product)

We’ve received this toy as a gift from our friends and i liked the idea of 2 sides (is like having 2 new toys at once). But then, when we tried playing with it i didn’t like several things:

1) side 1

– has a really hard to squeak thing,

– hard to pull hammer

– pretty far located smiley face so the baby playing with it as an activity table (not crib mounted) won’t easily reach and press it

– smiley face could have more than 1 melody playing

It results in that side having only 3 things to play for the baby at 6-8 months: spinning flower, spinning ball and a mirror

2) side 2

– the most i don’t like in this toy (both sides) is the music of those 4 musical instruments buttons. It sounds not like it’s a baby toy but like it’s some kind of tool to horrify the baby. We have pretty much musical toys and none of them has the music which is soooo unpleasant. My baby just looks at tose buttons as she looks at strangers she doesn’t like.

– pop-up thing – could have a better holding door (opens easily) and prettier “animal” inside.

– the squeaky knob on this side is hard to push even for me.

To summarize i’ll just say that as for me even 2 sides are not worth the money!

I don’t like it at all!

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Tiny Love Tummy Time Fun Activity Mat, Ladybug

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  • Soft and washable padded mat
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
Love It!!!, August 21, 2008
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This is an amazing and very colorful mat! I got more in this tummy time mat then I expected. The product description does not tell you ALL that this mat has to offer…the lady bug face makes a cracklin noise where ever you touch it, that defintely catches your baby’s attention AND the nose of the ladybug is a horn! The left hand also has the cracklin noise along with a rattle in it AND there is even a “peek a boo” part on the mat itself. I highly recommend this mat, you won’t be disappointed!!!

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
4.0 out of 5 stars
Nice product, December 21, 2008
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My son loves doing tummy time on this. Most of all he loves the mirror. He plays with that even when he isn’t doing tummy time.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
Tummy Time!, August 15, 2008
This review is from: Tiny Love Tummy Time Fun Activity Mat, Ladybug (Baby Product)

My 3 month old baby HATED tummy time but she was sooo fascinated with this product that she’d lay on it for as long as I left her there. Her face would light up when she inadvertently made the crackly part make noises. She is now 4 months old and is very strong. She’s able to prop herself up on her hands/arms without the help of the pad. She’s still in love with mirrors of any sort. My baby girl also has acid reflux. The pad is low and soft enough that it doesn’t put alot of undue pressure on her chest/tummy. I highly recommend this pad to anyone looking to help their baby enjoy tummy time.

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Playskool Musical Activity Ball and Gear Center

Playskool Musical Activity Ball and Gear Center

  • The active play, twirling fun and happy music just goes on and on
  • Exciting and engaging ball-drop and turning gear set lets baby activate the action to get the balls rolling, gears twirling and music playing
  • Gears can be removed for stacking fun as baby grows older
  • Balls fit other EXPLORE ?N GROW ball sets, gears fit other EXPLORE ?N GROW gears sets and each sold separately
  • Set includes activity center base, ball arch, two balls, five gears and instructions

Exciting and engaging ball-drop and turning gear set lets baby activate the action to get the balls rolling, gears twirling and music playing. Gears can be removed for stacking fun as baby grows older! Balls fit other EXPLORE ‘N GROW ball sets (

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74 of 75 people found the following review helpful:
4.0 out of 5 stars
My daughter enjoys it…. but I am not sure why, August 15, 2010
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Charles Evans “Call me Kevin” (North Carolina) – See all my reviews
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= Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:2.0 out of 5 stars 
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At first glance the Playskool Musical Activity Ball and Gear Center looks impressive. It has five gears, music, and balls that drop, but then you realize.. is that it? The gears turn and music plays, but the balls simply roll seemingly without a purpose. You can see it in the video, but the concept is pretty basic you push a button, the gears spins, and music plays. While to me it seems pretty simple, but my 11-month old-daughter enjoys playing with it. While I wouldn’t call it her favorite toy she does enjoy it….almost to my amazement.

Other notes

– 2 Double AA batteries required (not included)

– Easy to assemble

– Three main activities – the ball drop, the motorized gears, the manual gears

– Seems to be well built

Final Verdict – My initial thought was that my daughter would lose interest in less than 2 minutes, however I am surprised that she is playing with it a week later.

4 Stars

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful:
3.0 out of 5 stars
Decent toy, November 23, 2010
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Eric S. Olstad (New Jersey, USA) – See all my reviews
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Overall, this toy is pretty fun for a baby. I’ve played with my friend’s 14 month-old with this toy and it kept her occupied for a good 15 minutes. She had a lot of fun figuring out where to put the balls and got excited anticipating them to pop out; also she had fun taking the gears off and putting them back on and turning them. The balls are large enough that she can’t fit them in her mouth and there’s a little slot for the balls to stay in when you’re not using them (so they don’t get lost). It’s pretty sturdy as she was being a bit rough with it and didn’t fall apart. The music is not totally annoying, so that’s a plus too.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
2.0 out of 5 stars
A Toy that Doesn’t Turn Our Crank, July 22, 2010
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Durable and easy to assemble are the highlights of this Playskool toy. Otherwise, it’s had it’s 5 minutes of fame in our home, and likely will be stashed away while my young sons play with other toys they find more amusing. My boys are 8 months and 2 years old. The 2 year old likes to run around with the balls best, and finds the rest of toy less than engaging. My 8 month old has been amused with the music playing, and may become interested in turning the gears–that is if the toy even still interests him in the near future. The gears turn well and they stack easily, but they don’t DO anything. Turning the gears doesn’t make the music turn on, or make the balls drop. The balls must be manually dropped down, and all they do is drop. When they drop, they don’t cause the music to turn on, either. Only pushing down the red smiley face on the right corner makes the music go. If pushed far enough down, the gears will also turn. If the gears played more of a role in causing the music to play or the balls to roll, I probably would have rated this toy better. As it is, the elements are not related to each other at all.

Overall, save your money for other toys which will likely get better use.

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