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Advantagessupports gross motor skills, young children really love it!, durable

Disadvantagestakes up a lot of space, expensive

...Fisher-Price Bounce and Spin Zebra Price: £64.99 Availability: Argos, Amazon, Suitable: ages 12 months and over (until the child weighs 19kg) Batteries: 3 x AAA batteries (included) Offers: none I could find, but it seems very easy to find second hand for around £20 Awards: Winner of the ?Baby and Pregnancy Best Value Reader Awards? in 2008 We were given this bouncing zebra ride-on toy...

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“Bounce and spin = win”

published 04/02/2011

AdvantagesFun , sturdy, durable

DisadvantagesTakes up a lot of storage space

...The run up to Christmas 2010 was a real fun time for me and Mr Lools; both of us loved shopping for Christmas presents for our twins' first Christmas. Buying presents was a minefield as there was just so much choice so the recommendations of other parents were extremely useful. One toy that came highly recommended was the Fisher Price Bounce and Spin Zebra. ***What is it?*** The Fisher...

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published 31/01/2015

AdvantagesFun, widely available

DisadvantagesA little expensive

...she could only reach the base by her tip toes so she was unable to push herself to create the bouncing motion. Saying this, she did enjoy just sitting in front of the zebra and spinning the rattle part on the front which also made the music start and lights flash. She also used to like to sit her dolls/teddies on it. Once she was about 15months and able to get on by herself, there was no stopping...

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