So far we're quite satisfied with this product. This saucer is not as fancy as some you can get, but my baby is interested in exploring it and that is the important thing. My parents have an older activity saucer by another company that has many more bells and whistles as far as toys go (i.e. toys that make noise, light up, etc.) On this Baby Neptune, all of the toys included seem sturdy, smooth and are quite colorful and interesting to look at. The piano and the hanging turtle require batteries and play music. The octopus toy is made to be pushed down to make balls spin around inside of it. The whale rocks or flips all the way around the arm depending on how hard you push him. The crab makes a clicking noise when turned, and the clown fish doesn't seem to "do" anything. There is an indention for a "toy tray" and two closed "hooks" on which you could put additional toys. Finally, the netting has two plastic figures attached to it. My baby has found those very interesting to look at. The saucer itself seems very sturdy and well made. The cloth seat is strong and smooth, but not padded. And for the smaller babies out there, my 4.5 month old at 24 inches in height cannot touch the bottom of the saucer on the shortest of the 3 settings. This is fine for us, she'll grow into it, but it does mean she cannot spin the seat around by herself.
When putting the saucer together, be careful not to skip any of the instructions. The toys do come out, but not without some effort, so look through the whole process first so that you don't have to re-do anything. Other than that, it is not that difficult to put together. Took me maybe 20 minutes.
Overall, we are very satisfied with this product and I expect to get more use out of it when my baby is a little older.
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