Fisher-Price Sparkling Symphony Cot Mobile Review

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Once again we have been extremely lucky to be given the chance to review a Fisher-Price product. This time we have been playing with their Sparkling Symphony Mobile.
photo (4)The mobile fits securely to our cot with plastic/rubbery straps. It also has a string that can be tied around the cot bar for added peace of mind.

photo (1)There are quite a few settings on this mobile. You can have lights on, lights off, loud, quiet, music or nature sounds. The music lasts for up to 30minutes.

photo (3)The mobile itself features some very cute bears and stars. There’s a snoozing bear on the cot attachment and two stars which you can choose to have on or off. When it’s dark they look very beautiful! The mobile doesn’t have an electronic spin, the movements are all natural or when knocked by flapping limbs in P2s case!

photo (2)The starlight projection is also a fixed feature. I first thought that this would make the pattern less appealing to P2 but I was very wrong. P2 was fascinated by the whole mobile and new experience of it. I have to say that she didn’t fall asleep with it, but that wasn’t from fault of the mobile, P2 much prefers being in arms when she falls to sleep. The cot mobile has provided many opportunities during the day for me to get some housework done and she finds it so entertaining.

I filmed P2 experiencing the mobile for the first time: (I apologise for the bad quality, it was filmed at night)

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You can purchase the mobile from Amazon for £27.99, Argos for £34.99.

(This product was sent free of charge by Fisher-Price for the purpose of this review. All opinions are of my own)

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