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Amazon Price: $8.99 $6.00 You save: $2.99 (33%). (as of June 29, 2017 3:51 am – 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.

Sassy Wonder Wheel Cascading beads capture baby's attention. The spinning wheel engages the concept of cause and effect. It's great for a highchair. – Product Dimensions (inches): 7 (L) x 4.5 (W) x 3 (H) – Age: 6 months and up

Technical Details

  • Item Weight: 5 ounces
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5.9 x 8 inches
  • UPC: 069177128962 885449314006 783627520211 885962784218 885424066616 787793121883 885477334489 885768910057 037977801606 786417048490 885779614623 885719741280 885590224636 738600462392 885782684538 797819662696 885876097558 796629441828 789437922917 797819716214 631113264845 885780202307 798256280399 783419404910 885305378210 885686419182 899998129615 798525872652 783719972867 885370071078 885969320112 728422200395 885764464509
  • Item model number: 80160
  • Target gender: Unisex
  • Material Type: Lead Free
  • material_composition: Lead Free
  • Batteries required: No
  • Dishwasher safe: No
  • Is portable: No

Customer Reviews

Solved the problem!

71 people found this helpful.
 on October 9, 2016
By Justin Lewis
I was so ready to throw this thing away because I couldn’t get it to stick so my son would end up pulling it off and smacking himself in the face😕 I tried water, spit(gross I know) and just pushing hard nothing worked. Then I wiped it with a regular unsented baby wipe on the bottom and it just freaking stuck lol and it’s a bit hard to get off now!! He’s 9 months and can pull at it and spin it and it now stays so I’m pretty satisfied and will buy more!

This toy was a lifesaver on a 14 hour plane ride!

32 people found this helpful.
 on May 5, 2016
By Summer H.
This is the only “toy” that my 8 month old likes to play with (otherwise she prefers boxes, bags and other non-toys to play with). This toy was a great distraction on a 14 hour plane ride and I was able to stick it on the fold down tray and even more exciting was when I stuck it on the airplane window. The wheel spins fast and freely and the beads inside make a fun tinkering sound.

TIP: put a bit of Vaseline on the surface for better suction

3 people found this helpful.
 on January 12, 2017
By Tech Insider
This caught my eye while shopping with my 6-month-old, so I showed it to her and he was mesmerized! But the price was lower on Amazon, so we ordered it here. We have it suctioned to her high chair and she has so much fun spinning the wheel, helping to entertain her while we cook or eat.

Great for distractions and full of fun and learning!

13 people found this helpful.
 on March 25, 2017
By thefroo
I read through the reviews and noticed a lot of people had a hard time with the wheel sticking to highchairs and etc. Until I read a review that someone used a baby wipe on the bottom and it stuck. I thought “I could do that” and purchased it. Well, when I received the wheel it was even better than I expected with all the little beads in it that make noise when it spins. It’s not loud OR annoying as I would have thought and it is OH so colorful and easy for babies to focus on. I didn’t use the baby wipe at first and it came off after one or two spins so I tried to wipe the bottom and pushed it down on her high chair tray and on it stuck. I didn’t even remove it when I took the tray off and it still stayed. After about 12 hours it did come off but that’s no biggie. My 4 month old baby didn’t like it at first but I turned my back and heard the noise of the little hoops on the bottom being played with and sure enough I turned around and she was spinning the wheel slowly and playing with the little spinners on the inside of the wheel. It occupied her for about 20 minutes which was a record of any toy I had bought. I usually use it for putting her in the highchair and allowing me to walk away for a bathroom break or to eat dinner without a baby in my lap and it really does it’s job, I love, love love it.

Should be called the hypno wheel!

3 people found this helpful.
 on November 11, 2015
By Brent and Caitlin
My 11 week old son hates his carseat and cries most of the time he’s in it. Thanks to the wonder wheel, this is no longer a problem for family trips. Either my husband or I will sit in the back with him and when he starts to fuss we spin the wheel. He stops crying and becomes completely enthralled by it. Eventually the hypnotic spinning and soothing rain stick like sound of the wheel cause him to fall asleep. I’m sure as he gets older he will also enjoy spinning it himself.

Yes, you should buy this toy!

 on April 15, 2017
By vb
This may be the best $6 we’ve spent for our baby so far! Our 7 month old is thoroughly entertained by this neat little wheel every time. Once the wheel starts spinning, it keeps spinning for a LONG time, and the little spinning blocks inside are interesting to him as well. He even enjoys flipping the rings at the bottom. We move it from the walker tray, to the high chair tray, to the play pen, etc. It doesn’t have to be suctioned to anything for him to enjoy it, but when we do use the suction cup, we wet it just a tiny bit so it sticks well. If we don’t wet the base, he can pull it free from the tray. Our kiddo likes to play with every piece of this toy, and I really wish we had found this wheel sooner!

Ode to Sassy Wonder Wheel

153 people found this helpful.
 on April 9, 2014
By Brooke Northern
Sassy Wheel

So much visual stimulation for baby!

16 people found this helpful.
 on April 30, 2015
By The C Family
My baby just started sitting in a high chair and she has to lean back and be strapped in to sit straight. She is also still learning steady arm control. Enter this Sassy wheel, which YES!!! auctions to a high chair table. My baby was immediately entertained and mesmerized by the changing colors when it spins.

It arrived today. The wheel spins very well with …

 on May 3, 2017
By Corinne Y. Elkins
It arrived today. The wheel spins very well with very little effort. it doesn’t stick as well to a surface initially, but a little moisture and effort helped ,so it will not be an issue. Baby Dalton asleep, so I am anxious for him to try it tomorrow. it is attached to his walker. the sound is interesting and should be very enjoyable to him. colors are bright but not overwhelming.it is quite an interesting little action toy. of course, the price was very fair- and the toy looks to be made well.

Great activity for babies and toddlers.

One person found this helpful.
 on July 7, 2014
By Patrick F.
I got one for each of my infant grandsons. They are 7 and 8 months old now and they both still play with them. My one grandson has his mounted on his play saucer/bouncer and he will play with it for long periods of time. Even his older brother plays with it occasionally! My other baby grandson plays with it at his high chair almost every day. The only slight criticism I have is that the suction cup does not stick to tray for long – but, it just adds to the excitement of playing with the toy sometimes! The toy has a really good “shaker” sound and the texture is irresistible to babies and toddlers. The three inner spinners become more interesting as babies get older and pay more attention to details and helps with fine motor control.

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