Canpol babies Stroller/Car Seat Toy SENSORY TOYSSymbol: 68/071_red
Colourful with contrasting colours SENSORY TOYS hanging toy fits to a baby stroller, child car seat and cribs. Two ways of installation will make it easier to mount the toy. It is made of a nice to the touch material with a variety of textures. It stimulates the development of visual, auditory and motor coordination of the child. The toy hides many surprises, which will occupy your little one for a long time. It has a bell, rattle, rustling elements, a safe mirror and flexible teething bits. Toy designed for children aged 0m+.
- Product free of Bisphenol A
- Can be used from the moment of birth
- Do not wash
2 fixing options - makes it easy to mount to a car seat, stroller or crib.
Different textures of materials - stimulate child's senses
Chming and rustling elements arouse child's interest.
Colourful ribbons encourage grasping.
Flexible chewing elements soothe itchy gums.
Suitable for children aged 0m+. Available in several colours.
Do not wash it in the washing machine. Clean with a damp cloth if dirty.
Installation instructions: Remove all packaging components before installing the toy. Make sure that all small elements are correctly and firmly attached to the product. Attach the toy to the edge of the stroller booth outside the reach of the baby and make sure it is securely fastened. Check the installation of the toy before use. To avoid the risk of suffocation, remove the packaging from the child's reach. Keep the toy clean. Washing method shown on the label. Check the quality of the toy before giving it to your child. Replace worn out and damaged toys with new ones. Warning: To prevent possible injury from entangling, remove the toy when your child starts to crawl.
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