|商品名称||Boon Marco 发光沐浴玩具|
Boon Marco 发光沐浴玩具
- 需要 3 节 AAA 电池（不含电池）
- 适合 3 岁及以上儿童
CARE AND CLEANING
Wash thoroughly before initial use and periodically. Hand wash in warm, soapy water. Rinse with clear water and air dry.
Boon MARCO Light-Up Bath Toy
DON’T CALL HIM BOB.
Although he’s pretty darned good at it. MARCO loves to peek at you from just below the water line then take off on deep-sea missions where his water-activated color-changing light can guide the way. And don’t even get him started on his favorite game. Did someone say, “Polo?”
- Requires (3) AA batteries (not included)
- Recommended age: 3Y+
- BPA, PVC and Phthalate Free
- Dimensions: approximately 5" x 2" x 2"
Color-changing light activated by water.
Light turns off when removed from water
Floats with head above water.
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Some of these 1-star reviews people said their scuba dude didn't work at all, and honestly, I suspect they didn't realize they needed to take the head off and shove batteries into him.
I didn't pay much mind to the toy after it was opened but when my 4 year old came to me from the bathroom and told me it didn't work, the first thing I figured was "oh, it mustn't have come with any batteries in it." But you know, this is the World Wide Web and I've seen the people that live here, so it's completely possible that batteries was just something some of these people didn't even consider. Like, maybe the toy just runs on the joy and excitement that seeps from the pores of small children?
Idk, but the toy it really straightforward, and once you've put some batteries into it, it's easy to use. All three of my kids are obsessed with it (8,4,11mo)
HOWEVER, if you want a cool light up toy for older toddlers in the tub, we DID score a different one- LIFE IF FRED KOI FISH is my sons favorite new bath toy. Highly recommend that one and it dries easily and completely and cannot get water inside! It has much smarter sensors! Also on Amazon!
Unfortunately, Marco did not float as he should have and I think being submerged allowed water into his cute little helmet, which I could not tighten any further and still fasten the screw. I resolved to open him up after each bath to dry him out. It was worth the trouble.
Alas, after about 5 baths and the aforementioned regimen, the spring inside caught on the wet battery and caused the battery to hiss and spew its acid on my hand. It was no longer worth it and I could not put him back in the bath.
I was sad to send my gorgeous diver friend back for a refund. I wish his battery would have been fully encased, because I would have gladly purchased him again and again once he lost power. Instead, we bought the Fred Koi Toy because he stays dry inside, but a fish just ain't as pretty.