By Meagan Andrews | April 29, 2022
"What a fabulous product. A great gift for new parents who want their child to start crawling earlier than the normal age of 12 months. It's a tool that will help them get there faster and more easily, without any stress." - Lena A.
Turn an unhappy tummy time into a fun and exciting time
Helps develop motor skills such as balance, coordination & eye-tracking
Fast-track your baby's progress for crawling and walking
Encourages active movement and a great bonding experience
"My son absolutely adores the crab toy and will not stop playing with it. This toy contains sensors on both of its crab legs, which means that whenever it is about to collide with something, it will automatically move in the opposite direction of the collision. It also comes with music and a brightly colored flashlight, which add to the overall enjoyment of the game. The battery also lasts a long time, and I just need to charge it around twice a week. In general, I'm pleased with my purchase." — Kaitlen K.
"Cute and playful toy. Recently I have purchased bunches of baby/toddler toys and so far this is our favorite to look at. And of course, my 2 years old son and even our 6 years old daughter had a great time chasing the hell out of the crab lol while the little 5 months old giggling on my lap. It's very convenient that the crab is rechargeable (less waste)." — Temitope O.
"Crab does everything the product description states. Boys 2.5 years and 10 months were fascinated by it. Both played with it, chased it and even cuddled it. Plus it’s entertainment for the whole family." — Harpreet G.
Made from high-quality, durable ABS
Fun, bright and colorful
Encourages body movement and coordination
Contains multiple visual and auditory stimuli
Rechargable batteries = less waste
Ordinary Tummy Time Toys
Low-quality, unsafe plastic
Unattractive, dull and boring
Stationary, doesn't encourage movement
Contains only one visual or auditory element
Uses 3X disposable batteries (creating lots of waste!)
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