Fisher Price Little People Zoo Talkers – Tiger

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Zoo Talkers Tiger Bring your child’s favorite zoo animals to life right in your home with the Little People Zoo Talkers! Adorable, interactive animal figures that say their names and the sounds they make when you bring them to the Zoo TalkersTM Anima

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
3.0 out of 5 stars
Addition to Zoo, December 20, 2011
= Durability:2.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
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This was purchased as an addition to the full Zoo product. It came in ok but when used on the playset, it has a few issues as to responding to its request. When placed on a certain spot in the playset, it is supposed to talk and make sounds. You have to play around with the placement of the tiger for it to react.

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5.0 out of 5 stars
Tiger, January 16, 2012
= Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
This review is from: Fisher Price Little People Zoo Talkers – Tiger (Toy)

Our daughter has the zoo and several animals, but I was hoping the animals when placed on the talking box did more. All it does is state what kind of animal it is and then the sound they make. Wished they’d give some little extra facts in there making it more educational. But the zoo is really cute and my daughter just loves it.

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4.0 out of 5 stars
Good addition to the Zoo Talkers set., January 3, 2012
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S. Crow (Texas USA) – See all my reviews
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= Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
This review is from: Fisher Price Little People Zoo Talkers – Tiger (Toy)

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This tiger requires the Fisher-Price Little People Zoo Talkers Animal Sounds Zoo. MSRP for this is .00 from http://www.fisher-price.com/fp.aspx?st=2058&e=searchageall&pcat=lp_zoo.

My 27 month old likes this tiger and has no trouble pushing it down on the red button to make its noise, although it has said “zebra” twice. He knows what a tiger is and promptly tells the toy “no” and presses it again. The sound is appropriate and the figure is close to realistic in color and striping

4/5 because it is a great figurine for the Zoo Talkers set but at least twice I have witnessed my 27 month old press it down only to hear “zebra” instead of “tiger”. It seems to happen when the front of the tiger is pressed instead of the middle/rear, but I can’t be sure because I can’t reproduce it.

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Fisher-Price Precious Planet Whale of a Tub

  • Adaptable tub with fun whale design for a relaxing bath experience
  • Fits over double sinks or inside traditional bath tubs
  • Contoured insert for safe infant use
  • Soft-grip, non-slip foam surface keeps your baby in place and comfortable
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Fisher-Price Precious Planet TubThis adorable tub characterized as a whale lets mom and baby have a simple but fun bathtime each day! It grows with baby, from an infant to a toddler tub with the simple insertion or removal of the baby ‘stopper’ inser

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123 of 123 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
this tub is the ONE!, August 2, 2009
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This review is from: Fisher-Price Precious Planet Whale of a Tub (Baby Product)

Save yourself the time and energy looking for a baby bath tub and head straight for this one. I’m so happy with this tub that I find myself making more time for bath time with my baby! First of all, it’s just so darn cute. But seriously, here are my top reasons for loving this tub:

1) For the infant stage, no sling to mess with. Although a sling sounds nice and hammocky, you won’t miss it. Sling issues from my experience include sagging, baby suspended over the nice warm water, not actually in it! Hard bumps for baby’s tender back or bottom. None of those issues here!

Instead of the sling, it’s much simpler…baby’s back rests against the soft, oval padding you see in the picture. Baby is kept from sliding down into the tub by a removable ledge, which leaves more of baby actually comfortable and IN the water with legs free to move and kick, which makes bath time more fun and enjoyable! By the way, it will take a little muscle power (not a bad thing) to remove the ledge when baby can sit up.

2) For the 6+ months stage or when baby is sitting up, remove the ledge you have a basin large enough for baby to sit comfortably and play without knees knocking against the edges, yet it’s not so large that it takes up too much space or baby feels insecure. I also like the depth. It can be filled with enough water without having to be filled to the brim.

3) It comes with a perfect little accessory: a baby whale strainer that is (a) cute, (b) functional, (c) fun toy. First of all, this baby whale is just adorable. Secondly, it’s very useful during the infant stage, especially if you’re not using the kitchen sink sprayer. Simply scoop up water and allow it to flow through the strain holes to rinse baby or tickle baby. Lastly, when baby starts grabbing, it becomes FUN for him or her. Curiosity, cause and effect, those lightbulb moment looks. Just priceless, and again it’s so simple.

4) It fits in the kitchen sink perfectly. It also works on the counter top since it has non-skid type material underneath -still use common sense and stay beside baby & tub. It fits in the bath tub as well. So, where ever you want to use it, the tub should work.

5) Price – this tub is the best value AND quality I’ve found. Many other tubs cost more, but they have features that don’t live up to expectations.

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55 of 55 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great tub for the price!, January 11, 2009
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MomToFour (Redlands, CA) – See all my reviews

This review is from: Fisher-Price Precious Planet Whale of a Tub (Baby Product)

I used a Safety First one for 2 sons and didn’t like the small crevices in the end where soap and slime could eventually collect. I also didn’t like that the no-slip rest was too low and one little kick from baby and he’d slide down into the water with his back over the butt rest. I checked out a Eurobath, but it is much to large for kitchen sink/counter bathing and stooping over a tub to reach a slippery baby isn’t easy. But I know some people always think higher price means better quality. (This isn’t always true!)

After searching I came across this, the ‘butt-stop’ is more adequate for babies and is removable for bigger kids. The surface has no small areas making bleaching/cleaning easy. It also fits securely onto the sink, better than any others I’ve tried. The only downside is there is no sling for spongebaths when they still have their umbilicle cords. They usually only have their cords a short time so that is alright with me in the long run.

UPDATE: After daily use for 1.5 months I’m still happy with this tub. I’ve also discovered that it drains really fast which I love.

ANOTHER UPDATE: I’m now using this tub with a new baby and I’m still happy with it. It came out of storage in great shape, no brittle parts and the foam on the back still looks new.

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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful:
3.0 out of 5 stars
Mixed review depending on age, September 10, 2010
This review is from: Fisher-Price Precious Planet Whale of a Tub (Baby Product)

This was our son’s first bath tub and we are still using it at 8 months. I gave it 3 stars because it worked better at certain ages than others.

NEWBORN:

We had to hold his head from flopping to the side and he was too short for his butt to rest on the green butt-bumper so it was functional but logistically a bit tricky. We stuck it on the counter in our bathroom and because it wasn’t as large as some of the other tubs, it was workable.

3-5 MONTHS:

Before our son could sit up on his own this was the PERFECT time for this tub. His head rested comfortably on the green foam (although not too cushy, just a non-slip type pad), and his butt could rest on the green bumper to keep him from sliding down. The angle of the tub back was perfect so he didn’t get water in his ears but we could fill the tub up to keep him warm. We still put a warm washcloth on his chest in the winter to keep him from getting chilled, but in a warm bathroom this wasn’t necessary as their was enough water in the tub.

6+ MONTHS:

Now that he can sit up on his own, we took the green butt-bumper out and he can sit comfortably in the deep end of the pool facing either front or back. He can splash and play and we can still lay him down if needed.

—-The orange cup with holes in the bottom was a hit at every age and we’ll use it long after he fully outgrows the tub.

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