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which of these activity gyms would you buy

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tinkisgoingtohaveapumpkin Sat 18-Oct-08 13:21:54

this one is my favourite especially bearing in mind the price>RAINFOREST.htm


also like this Terms=SINGING+STARS&Submit=GO+%3E

FAQ Sat 18-Oct-08 13:24:48

I'd go for the cheapest grin - they don't use them for that long and then they just take up space and never get used again.

Jbck Sat 18-Oct-08 13:52:07

I bought this for DD2. It's cheaper than when I bought it altho' I was really lucky to get it in a closing down sale & didn't pay the RRP of £35 that's about elsewhere.

It converts as they get older & she loves it. You can set it so the slightest tap makes music to them using the keys themselves. She's 11 months & is ready to get it set up at the next level.

It's not as cutesie as the ones you like but I think it'll last longer. She's outgrown her Blossom Farm gym now.

isaidboo Sat 18-Oct-08 13:58:37

I think the first one looks nice.
We have the sing stars one and it is good because it converts to piano and lasts until 18 mths or so.
middle one - far too pricey

ceebee74 Sat 18-Oct-08 14:01:48

I have just bought the middle one for my not-yet-born baby. I have had my eye on it for months now but thought it was too expensive but Argos were selling it for £40 a couple of weeks ago (sorry!) which I thought was a bit more reasonable.

Can't say how it is yet as baby not born - but DS (2.3) seems to like the look of it hmm

But would definitely have bought the first one if this one had not been on sale.

moshie Sat 18-Oct-08 19:17:28

You'll get more use from the singing stars one than the others, cheapest one too, agree with FAQ.

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