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The product isn't bad - my kid just didn't find it interesting enough. Can't really blame him - there are much more interesting bath toys. This did seem pretty boring in comparison to the others he already had.
Cute toy. Only complain is that the water doesn't run through it very smoothly. The spinning thing in the penguin sometimes doesn't work, and the water flows out weird from the pink star. Baby still ones to play with it though. 🙂
My three and one year old love these toys. I'm a little worried about water not being able to escape very well. You really have to shake the crap out of these toys to get most of the water out. I'm pretty sure mold buildup will occur in the near future
The star and fish work well independently. The Penguin does not spin when streaming water through like you would expect. When connecting the three together they don't work very well - the water flow is too slow for any of the moving parts to really work the way they're meant to.
My little one still enjoys the three individual pieces and the penguin works fine as a cup but not the best Munchkin toy we've had.
This was a gift. I thought itd be slightly bigger but for a one year old its perfect as is. Reading the other reviews about the drainage, when I got mine everything looked like itd work. I shook the package & the water drain stuff moved. If it doesnt work, ill never know, the family is to polite to say anything.
Great toy for the money. My daughter-in -law wasn't crazy about the fact that it came apart, I thought that was a good thing. I think it's a good size for small, little, adorable hands. I don't know why, but I thought it squirted. My granddaughter loves squiting toys.
These toys are cute my kids (2 & 4) enjoy them, but I’m a little disappointed that they aren’t more interactive – that is, I thought the wheel inside the fish would turn when water flows through, but it doesn’t. The one inside the penguin turns a little. There’s really nothing too impressive that happens when the parts are connected – my kids enjoy playing with the parts separately more.