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Foldable Baby Play Arch Crib Toy - Hanging Mobile for Pram

Foldable Baby Play Arch Crib Toy - Hanging Mobile for Pram

Regular price $48.00 AUD
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  1. Attractive Stroller Arch Toy: Featuring cute animals like beetles, butterflies, bees, a snail pull ring, and a sun, this pram play arch toy is designed to capture your baby's attention. The bright colors and cartoon shapes help babies develop cognitive abilities and color perception while playing.

  2. Pull Ring Game: The pram toys include two types of pull ring games: a beetle windmill and a little bee. Gently pull the snail-shaped ring to rotate the beetle windmill, or pull the green ring under the bee to make its wings flap. These games are excellent for developing your baby's hand-eye coordination and hands-on abilities.

  3. Music Game: The baby play arch features a butterfly and sun that produce sounds. The butterfly has a transparent ball in the center that turns and rattles, with wings made of crinkly paper. The sun has a built-in BB device that squeaks when gently pressed.

  4. Safe Material and Convenient Design: Made from high-quality, BPA-free materials, this toy has a smooth surface with no sharp edges. The bracket has movable joints for easy unfolding and folding. With a maximum stretch length of 75cm, it fits most strollers, cribs, baby chairs, and car seats. It’s also portable and easy to store in a small bag.

  5. Ideal Product for Babies: This is a perfect early education toy for various occasions like birthdays and traveling. Babies can learn and grow while playing. Packaged in an exquisite box, it makes an ideal gift for birthdays, baby showers, and expectant mothers.

Enhance your baby's developmental playtime with this safe, engaging, and versatile foldable play arch crib toy


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