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I got this early for my baby who's almost 10 months old and it was a good decision. She loves hitting with the buttons and loves the lights and music at the moment. This toy also wobbles and could be pushed around so she would crawl around with it. I think this is a toy that can grow with her as some of the games like the counting and the memory games are challenging enough for toddler years.
It's ok. It keeps her entertained in her pen though not as much as it used to.
For £25 though I could have gotten a longer lasting, much more sturdy wooden toy. So I'm not sure if it's really worth the money as the plastic isn't even really good plastic and I'm sure a rougher child than mine would easily break it.
However, for short term entertainment purposes it works ok. I'll say though after about 2 months she is less interested in it and prefers shoving wooden balls through cardboard tubes.
I got it because at the time she had zero concentration span with her other toys but could play with electronic toys for ages. So i got her one for when i needed her to be more entertained in pen. It did work but now she has a better attention span for her other toys and this one keeps it for less. So it served it's purpose though I can't recommend it for £25. It is worth £10 imo.
I bought this as a present for my granddaughter who was one years old. Quite disappointed with the item when opened. Did not think it was good value for the money. Having said that she seemed to really like it, so was pleased with the outcome.