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Skip Hop Camping Cub Activity Gym
Skip Hop Camping Cub Activity Gym
Skip Hop Camping Cub Activity Gym
Skip Hop Camping Cub Activity Gym

Skip Hop Camping Cub Activity Gym

Regular price
$215.00
Sale price
$215.00
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With a woodgrain-patterned structure, this baby gym has a whimsical outdoor feel. The printed mesh backdrop sets the ultimate campground scene, while the plush, sleeping bear tummy time pillow encourages developmental milestones. A light-up firefly, musical raccoon and other nature friends help to develop baby’s sensory skills.

Features:

  • Ages 0+
  • Four ways to play: Overhead play, tummy time, seated play, playmat
  • 17+ developmental activities include: light-up firefly, turtle mirror, bear rattle and musical raccoon with wooden teether that plays “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”
  • Scenic mesh backdrop
  • Unique, soft supports with woodgrain pattern and rope ties
  • Playmat features fun textures and peek-a-boo felt flap
  • Includes plush, sleeping bear tummy time pillow
  • BPA-free, PVC-free, Phthalate-free
  • Size (cm): 86 (L) x 86 (W) x 94 (H)

 WARNING!

Contains button or coin cell battery.

Hazardous if swallowed – keep out of reach of children and read instructions.

  • Swallowing may lead to serious or fatal injury in as little as 2 hours, due to chemical burns and potential perforation of the esophagus.
  • Never allow children to replace button batteries on any device.
  • If you suspect your child has swallowed or inserted a button battery, immediately call the 24 hr Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26 Australia - 0800 764 766 New Zealand
  • Regularly examine devices and ensure the battery compartment is correctly secured, eg. that the screw or other mechanical fastener is tightened. Do not use if not secure.
  • Dispose of used button batteries immediately and safely out of the reach of children. A battery can still be dangerous when it no longer operates the device.
  • Tell others about the risk associated with button batteries and how to keep their children safe