Infantino Sensory Ball Drop Piano review

from Infantino
RRP  £33.65

by motherandbaby |
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This fun Ball Drop Piano helps children develop vital aspects of coordination, building on their skills with its multifunctional features. Little ones are not only challenged to keep the ball moving through the piano, but also encouraged to explore sound, light and play at the same time.

Here's what our tester Holly, mum to Grayson, one, thought of it...

How did this product make your life easier?

This toy has helped my son develop better coordination, building on his skills with its multifunctional features. He is not only challenged to keep the ball moving through the buttons on the piano, but the toy has also encouraged him to explore lights, colours, movement, sound and play all at the same time. The little handle at the back of the toy also makes it easy to carry about.

Would you recommend this to other parents?

This is a good little activity toy that allows baby's to develop their skills through play. I would recommend this product.

Would you choose this product above all others on the market?

I haven't really come across anything similar to this toy where it combines before, but I would definitely recommend it. I even enjoyed playing it myself!

What changes would you make to this product?

Overall, I can't think that I would make any significant changes to the toy, but If there was somewhere to store the ball that is a bit more secure when the toy is not being used so that it doesn't get lost would be a bonus.

Product Information

  • Suitable from 9 months - 3 years

  • Weight: 1.02 kg

  • Includes 13 sound effects, 4 instrument sounds, 4 light effects and 1 song

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