Wendy - Derbyshire
'The squirters are of good value and are a good size. They hold a lot of water and the different colours...'
Keen mom - Birmingham
'good fun even out of water, keeps adults entertained at bathtime as well, comes apart a lot, but is easy...'
chris - stowmarket
'Bright colours. Very entertaining for my 15 month old twins in the bath!!'
emmar597 - hertford
'This duck actually moves quite well in the water....for the price very entertaining for a little one'
Cioffy girl - Bournemouth
'Great product. Exactly what I thought it was going to be. Great price by Kiddicare...the best on the...'
scrummy mummy ns - Lancashire
'My daughter loves ''Sassys'', thats how we call those little bath buddies. We use them not only in the...'
Ilona E - London, E11
'These brightly coloured bath time buddies will keep your little one amused at bath time. They are the...'
Kiddicare staff expert - Peterborough
'Munchkin makes the world a better place for babies and mums.'
Kiddicare Staff Expert - Peterborough Cambs
'This little duck is fantastic. My grandson has outgrown his baby bath but the bath seemed a bit big for...'
jaggythistle65 - Gateshead
'lovely colours squirt water, makes the bathtime loads of fun'
Kadi - Dorset
'Tomy state that this toy is for 12m + but I completely disagree. Anna is 6 months, and this toy is...'
Happy Mum - London
'My daughter loves this little tea set. It keeps her happy and occupied in the bath!'
Jo - Somerset
'Entertaining bath toy :)'
Lolly - Hertfordshire
'exactly what I was looking for, a lot cheaper than expected'
Sian - South Wales
'Not used this yet as it's a Christmas present but it seems great value and lots of fun'
Mumofmany - East midlands
'A fun toy to have in the bath or out of it! He got lots of smiles. Music and movements are great, although...'
MegaMam - Wales
'Great fun little bath toys. Should last a long time, and are great value. We just need to keep them clean...'
TM HG - London
'Great bath toy, lots of fun and easy to use.'
K - Bristol
'It is hard to assess this toy from the child's point of v'
Christine - Selby