Baby Einstein Octoplush

December 27, 2016 - Comment

The Baby Einstein Octoplush is a soft, multi textured, developmental plush toy. Young babies can hug Octoplush to hear a Baby Einstein melody and explore the textures for tactile development. As baby grows, colorful stitched satin patches on velour legs invite baby to learn color names through repetition. Squeeze each leg to hear color names

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The Baby Einstein Octoplush is a soft, multi textured, developmental plush toy. Young babies can hug Octoplush to hear a Baby Einstein melody and explore the textures for tactile development. As baby grows, colorful stitched satin patches on velour legs invite baby to learn color names through repetition. Squeeze each leg to hear color names in English, Spanish and French. Patterns of the color names are also printed on the underside of each leg in multiple languages.

Product Features

  • Soft, multi textured developmental Baby Einstein octopus
  • Babies can hug the octopus to hear a Baby Einstein melody and explore the textures for tactile development
  • Colorful stitched satin patches on velour legs promote baby’s understanding of color through repetition
  • Language selector switch to choose English, Spanish or French
  • Includes volume control

Comments

Careful 'n Selective says:

Soft and Plush, Appropriate For Under One-Year Old, Up To Four or Five, and a Fun Scholastic Teaching Tool The Baby Einstein Octoplush was another birthday gift for my one-year grandson. It is a soft plush octopus and upon hugging or pressing the head, it plays pretty music. The velour legs have round colorful, satin patches designating a different color and a corresponding object, (red cherries, blue sky). Each leg will announce both the color and the object as each of the eight legs are lightly pressed, and the switch inside the battery compartment selects a different language, a choice of English, French, and Spanish. There are two sound volumes and an off switch, and for the adult, all the switches and power are easy to access within the closed compartment. 

fjk says:

Don’t confuse this with Octotunes toy This disappointing toy was completely my mistake. Years ago friends had raved about the plush musical octopus toy that their toddler carried about, citing it as their go to baby gift. I needed a gift idea and recalling their comment, I ordered this. I was disappointed when it arrived as it seemed smaller, much less colorful and generally less interesting than what I remembered. I figured that as often happens, they had changed the toy over the last 10 years. I quickly ran out and got some books to add to the gift and forgot about it until today. I once again needed a baby gift and guess what? The toy I remembered is still being made by Lamaze and is available on Amazon. It is more colorful and to me seems more appealing. At this time, there are two versions of the Lamaze product. One is yellow, the other blue.

Miss Jenn says:

Things I like: 1 The first toy my baby took an interest in was the hard plastic octopus toy on her Baby Einstein rocker, so naturally I had to get this for her as well.Things I like:1. Super cute and she likes it.2. 3 language settings available including English, Spanish and French. This applies to the color name that the toy says when one of the tentacles is pushed.3. The tentacle buttons are easy to push and the main body plays music when pushed.4. Two volume settings and off available.Things I dislike:The Green tentacle button seems to be overly sensitive so when she is playing with it is regularly saying “Green!” even when not trying to push that button, but just barely bumping it.All and all I would buy it again and I really like it. I would almost give it a 5 star rating, it just didn’t quite make the cut.

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