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  • BABY EINSTEIN BENDY BALL
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Amazon Price: $6.99 $6.99 (as of July 20, 2017 10:31 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Baby Einstein Bendy Ball

Technical Details

  • Item Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 4 inches
  • Origin: China
  • UPC: 885374995073 885980645492 885304358244 881586535304 643070638256 885209376923 798256251320 885126467742 879488268383 885541252510 796629138230 110000057192 775495361027 885465575238 775507728909 875486270892 796629389205 885977053682 885415117495 885735805478 797958741610 885424984460 885730709290 796629018815 891968926880 681587279227 657128736160 802297234300 885842537682 885744845496 703546520642 885605001139 698798078785 074451309746 175463518413 745780043020 885583615472 775476741213
  • Item model number: 30974
  • Target gender: Unisex
  • Minimum weight recommendation: 4.5 Grams
  • Maximum weight recommendation: 96 Pounds
  • Number of items: 1
  • Batteries required: No

Customer Reviews

A good development toy that won’t break the bank

8 people found this helpful.
 on May 22, 2016
By socal
Baby likes playing with this but it’s not her favorite toy. I do have a theory that every American baby has the same 10 or so toys, and this is definitely one of them, probably because it’s easily available on Amazon and it’s a lower price than other sensory toys. A good development toy that won’t break the bank. I wish it were a little softer and more pliable, though. Would be a good option for travel as the ball is smaller than other developmental toys Also, the price is so reasonable that you can buy a couple and keep one at the babysitter’s or grandma’s house. I hope this review gave you some insight into the product, if so, please hit YES at the bottom of the review where it says “Was this review helpful to you?”

My son loves it

10 people found this helpful.
 on November 19, 2015
By SiscoKid
My son does not play with any toy for very long, so I have to constantly change toys to keep his attention. This toy is a great addition to the collection of toys to keep him from crying. 🙂

Perfect for Little Hands

One person found this helpful.
 on May 25, 2010
By CKE
The “Baby Einstein Bendy Ball” is sorta misnamed – it really does bend! However, our daughter loves to grab the ball and bang it against everything that is near her (our poor dog!). We mainly use it while we are in the car – the Bendy Ball fits nicely in our daughter’s lap..

Einstein Bendy

 on May 18, 2017
By Ashley Sosa
Bought this for a birthday party and it caught the attention of the birthday boy for quite sometime. There was a period where he became less interested, but he still uses it from time to time. Since the birthday boy had recently become a big brother, this ball will be passed on to other children within the family

Stimulating

One person found this helpful.
 on April 14, 2017
By TheGuru
Both my kids (7 and 4 year old) liked this toy when they were babies. Helps with tactile/ motor/cognitive/hand to eye coordination. I hope this review was helpful.

Babies love this toy!

 on March 2, 2016
By Sarah I.
This is one of those go to toys I get for any baby shower basket I am making. This toy is great for an early grasper to have something to play with. The holes in the ball make it really easy for a young baby to grab and to start playing with. The ball on the inside makes the perfect amount of noise to keep them interested, but to not be ridiculously annoying (I’m looking at you, super loud jumperoo).

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