Fisher-Price Starlight Mobile review

from Fisher-Price
RRP  £36.99
Fisher-Price Starlight Mobile

by motherandbaby |
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Fisher-Price Starlight Mobile is an effective sleep product for babies, helping them to relax and settle with a host of fabulous functions. The mobile is attractive, with dangling stars and fresh, unobtrusive colours, all of which will appeal to little ones but (hopefully) not over-stimulate their very susceptible senses. It includes a light show, a rotation feature and a variety of calming sounds (birds, crickets) and lullabies.

The mobile has an adjustable strap and is very sturdy (as one would expect from a Fisher-Price product). It's also easy to put together and attach to the cot/crib.

It has a relatively short lifespan of 0-5 months and the motor is a little noisy although it could easily be acceptable as ‘white noise’. It’s fairly standard as far as mobiles go but well-made, effective and a great unisex option.

Not the cheapest but good value for money!

Product Information

  • Soothing combination of lullabies, classical music and sound effects provides comfort for baby and enhances sense of hearing

  • Stimulates baby’s sense with lights, sounds and textures

  • Overhead starlight show stimulating visual skills sense and promote self-awareness

  • A collection of beautiful mirrored and holographic sparkling stars dance overhead on the ceiling along with teddy bear characters

  • Two lights shine up on the stars from the arm of the mobile to help deliver the enchanting shimmering effect of stars

  • Music plays for up to 20 minutes.

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