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LavenderDoll Tue 05-Dec-17 19:29:36

DD is 8 nearly 9
Would this be a good gift for her
She never asks for much and want to get her a couple of surprises

ijustwannadance Tue 05-Dec-17 19:32:47

It's a bit rubbish for the price and the balls squish easily. But you can get the balls very cheap on Amazon.

FoxInABox Tue 05-Dec-17 22:59:08

It’s not very good- my DD had it a couple of years back- the balls very slowly tumble down. It’s not very relaxing or soothing. Even DD was unimpressed and she had been desperate for it. A normal footspa would be much better.

Frazzled74 Tue 05-Dec-17 23:02:49

Dd has one of these gathering dust, they are rubbish! Buy her a normal foot spa she will love it.

Pannalash Tue 05-Dec-17 23:55:04

Finally caved in last year as my daughter had wanted one for ages. Used a couple of times
and is now gathering dust in her bedroom.

Lovemusic33 Wed 06-Dec-17 09:10:25

I was going to get one for dd2 who has ASD and loves sensory things, it seems to have gone out of stock on Amazon which is probably a good thing, maybe I will just buy a tub of the beads instead and a washing up bowl?

ijustwannadance Wed 06-Dec-17 09:25:54

That's what I did Lovemusic33. It was something daft like 10 packs for £3. Then used 2 or 3 packs in a plastic tub.

Lovemusic33 Wed 06-Dec-17 09:37:48

They have huge tubs/bottles of them on Amazon for around £6, I will just buy those. She’s really into slime at the moment too so I think I will buy a cheap washing up bowl and make a sensory hamper. Seems a much better idea than the spa.

ijustwannadance Wed 06-Dec-17 12:14:42

Just don't put too many in at once. They look so tiny but make loads once full of watergrin

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