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121. SnugRide Infant Car Seat - Mayfair
122. The Ultimate Baby Wrap in Navy
123. Boulevard Convertible Car Seat
124. Mini Micro Preschool Scooter
125. Jungle Plaid Cradle Swing
126. XB Jade Empire (Limited Edition)
127. Mozart Magic Cube
128. PSP Untold Legends: Brotherhood
129. Laugh and Learn Learning Home
130. PS2 Driving Force Gran Turismo
131. Linkadoos Take Along Swing
132. PSP Ridge Racer
133. Jump N Slide
134. Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos
135. Crib CD Player with Light
136. Pathfinder Wagon
137. Natural Gingham Deluxe Activity
138. Starlite Symphony Play Gym
139. 20 Questions Handheld Game
140. Graco ComfortSport Newborn/Toddler

121. SnugRide Infant Car Seat - Mayfair
by Graco
Baby Product
list price: $129.99 -- our price: $119.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005BV7T
Sales Rank: 477
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT FOR BABY!
Well for my its plural, I am a first time mother of twin boys. This seat is by far not only the best in the Graco line, but the best on the entire market!!

I love how this seat is great for anyparent. The seat is very nice and light, and it snaps easily into our double snap n' go (in black) and there is no fear of tipping. It can also fit in grocery carts, restaurant highchairs, snap n' go's, travel systems, and on little tables too. Its easy to snap into the included base as well, just snap it in litterally and its super safe too! its easy to reqline and the little harness fits nicely, is easily adjustable and its easy to reqline too. The handle is comfortable and easy to hold. The fabric is to die for and its very, very good for babies skin.

My sons are winter babies (gonna be 5 months old soon) and this seat really kept them warm. Now that its getting warmer outside, the seat "breathes" and keeps my babies at the perfect temperature and they never come out sticky and sweaty like wiht my friend who has a 9 month old and a lower priced graco model with suede, who thought of that? The seat also has great foam that I havent seen on any other seat out there, and it contours to my babies and they always fall straight to sleep. Its also very easy to hang little toys on it.

I couldnt be any happier with the quality of this seat, its great and comfortable for our sons, and I can't imagine anything else...

5-0 out of 5 stars What We've Been Waiting for!
My husband and I were thrilled to receive this gift for our shower. We registered for this car seat because of its known brand and its safety mechanisms.We also love the patttern and portability - it's unisex and easy to take in and out of the base.

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth the extra money for the comfy foam
I chose this carseat not only because the pattern caught my eye but mainly because of the Gracopedic foam. It was the only seat with the extra cushioning. The unique black and creme colored swirl pattern is very suitable for a girl which is hard to find when most carseats seem to be mostly navy or brown patterns. It is definitely worth the price for the extra comfort of the foam not to mention safer too. I just didn't like the idea of my baby riding on the plastic. I also recommend the matching stroller. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Gear    2. Car Seats    3. Infant Car Seats   

122. The Ultimate Baby Wrap in Navy
by Parents of Invention
Baby Product
list price: $39.99 -- our price: $34.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00009VE6W
Sales Rank: 35
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (52)

5-0 out of 5 stars first time mom and love my sling
this is an awesome sling. i just got it in the mail, and it is wonderful! my baby is sleeping in it right now as we speak. its so comfortable on my back compared to the infantino carrier i have. the straps hurt on that one.. like a backpack. this one, the straps are wide and made of cotton so its great! i work as a CNA and so far my back is holding up well. that was a very important feature when buying this sling. the only thing im not too sure about yet is how to make my sons head comfortable in the infant craddle hold, but i havent watched the video yet, other than that, this sling gets 5 stars with me!

5-0 out of 5 stars No backache with this sling!
By the time my baby was born, I had three sling-type carriers for her: a Snugli front carrier, a New Native sling (the one Cindy Crawford raved about) and this one.When my baby was about 2-3 weeks old, I tried her in the New Native, but she hated it.She kept slipping so far down in the pouch that the fabric fell over her face, and she just didn't like being in a laying-down position at all.Next, I tried the Snugli.My baby liked being upright, but the straps of the Snugli cut into my shoulders, and every time my baby fell asleep, her head fell over her shoulder at a 90-degree angle.I finally tried the UBW, and fell in LOVE!

First let me say I waited so long to try the wrap because I was intimidated.I watched the video many times and practiced using the wrap with stuffed animals and dolls, but I didn't feel secure enough to try carrying an actual baby in it.Finally, I met another woman who had an UBW and, after talking with her, I got up the courage to try putting my daughter in it.Well, it worked like a dream.I used the tummy-to-tummy carry (the first carry shown on the video) and it was perfect.My daughter could sit upright facing me (her favorite position) but the wrap provided enough head support that even when she fell sound asleep her head didn't tilt over at all.(I just made sure to pull the wrap up high over her shoulders and the back of her neck.)Because the wrap is made of soft t-shirt material, it didn't dig into my shoulders at all.In fact, you can adjust the width of the material across the shoulders to make it as wide or as narrow as is comfortable for you.Plus, you wind up carrying your baby much closer to your body in an UBW than in a Snugli-type front carrier, so I found that my back didn't start aching the way it did when using the Snugli.Finally, the UBW is VERY portable - it even comes with a little drawstring bag with shoulder straps to carry it in.

I found that the secret to successfully using the UBW was to tie it tightly enough but not *too* tightly.Figuring out the wrapping method itself wasn't too hard - after a few practice sessions I could do it easily, and the video was very helpful for that - but getting the right tension was a bit tricky.The fabric is quite stretchy, so if I left the tension too loose I would be afraid that my baby would fall out.As a result, at first I found I tied the wrap too tightly, and I felt my baby was uncomfortable (being squeezed too tightly against me or in the leg area).With a little practice, though, I got the right tension for my baby and me, and now I couldn't be happier with the UBW.To make it easier to use several times in one day, I often tie it on once and keep it on even if my baby is out - that way I'm all set to pop her back in at the first sign of her getting fussy.

Bottom line: while the UBW isn't as simple to use at first as many of the other carriers on the market, I think once you get the hang of it it outperforms any other I've found.

5-0 out of 5 stars Greatest Carrier on the Market
I just had my 3rd baby and someone gave this carrier at my shower. At first, I was thinking that I would return it because I already have 3 other carriers that I used with my older two... that being said, I always complained about how much the others hurt my shoulders, neck and back. I read some reviews about this wrap and decided to give it a try. I have to admit that when I opened it up I almost put it away before even trying it. It looked a little weird and I wasn't quite sure it was worth all the fuss. I stuck in the video and watched it for 2 minutes and decided to try it. It took me about 5 minutes the first time to figure out how to make it comfortable for me and my daughter but after a little fiddling I put my daughter inside. I walked around and tried it out... checking out it would feel... LITERALLY, within seconds my daughter was asleep. I realized that this gave her a cocooned "womb-like" feeling and she was so happy and relaxed. The next day I put it on to go for a walk with my family and again, she was asleep in minutes. I walked for about an hour and when I got home, realized that I wasn't in ANY PAIN at all. The carrier didn't pull on my shoulders at ALL!!!! I'M IN LOVE WITH THIS PRODUCT!!!!!!!!!! Oh yeah, just for fun put my 18 month old inside also and he loves it as much as the baby!!!! I CAN'T SAY ENOUGH ABOUT THIS CARRIER!!! Oh yeah, after the 2nd day I was able to whip this carrier on in about 30 seconds flat. It's way easier than any of the others... it just looks a little intimidating, but if you try it on it's AMAZING!!! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Gear   

123. Boulevard Convertible Car Seat - Regal
by Britax Child Safety Inc.
Baby Product (11 April, 2005)
list price: $289.99 -- our price: $289.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002JZOM8
Sales Rank: 353
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars LOVE THE EASE OF USE!
I have had the Britax Wizard and thought it was good until my son got his head stuck forward by the SIP. I decided to try the new version the Boulevard and it is WAAAAY better and he doesn't have the problem he did before. It is definitely easier than the roundabouts and the new decathalon with tightening the strap and adjusting the height! I would recommend this car seat for the long haul. My only complaint is the fabric, it could be smoother since summer is arriving and babies will be wearing skin bearing clothes. But compared to all the rest I love it regardless.

4-0 out of 5 stars Read Your Owner's Manual!!
I was researching this new carseat when I came across the reviews concerning the Chevy Trailblazer.I own a 2004 Trailblazer and it does not "prohibit" a carseat in the middle seat (regardless if you have the extended model or not-which has the 3rd row), but it does state that some carseat models may not fit probably due to the narrow seat width.I just wanted to remind people to read their owner's manual, regardless of make or model, latch or not, to be sure of any dangers in carseat installation.And if you are still not sure take your vehicle and carseat to an inspection center.This is hardly a situation where you want to just "wing it".Installation of carseats can be tricky in any car with any carseat model.Read your manuals, both car and carseat, so your child is safe and that you have the peace of mind you need when traveling with children.I haven't purchased this carseat, so I can't rate it properly, but I have incredible confidence in the Britax brand, due to prior use and friend's recommendations.

5-0 out of 5 stars My first Britax and I am IN LOVE so does the Baby
I decided to go with this seat because it holds up to 65# FF and up to 33# RF. I wanted something that would last us a long time. We want him to be harnessed as long as posible. From what I have read and seen how my friends 4 yrs old has so much room to grow still in the Marathon, I believe the Boulevard should last us until he is 5 or 6. I know the seat is pricy but if it last this long then is worth it on the long run.

Plus some of the features it has are pretty nice.

Right now we have it installed RF in the captain chair of our Caravan. The carseat is Big but we didn't have any problem with space. We don't have latch system in our van so we used the Lap shoulder belt and we had a good fit. And LOVE the locking clip on the side. It was a little hard to close it but so necessary for us since out belts don't lock.

One feature I like is the fact that you don't have to re thread the straps because the kid is getting taller. All you do is turn the knob. Which is GREAT if you need to use the seat for a different kid on ocassions. I don't know how many times I have had to do this with my older seats.

The SIP (the wings) keep our 12 months old head from going to the side. I know he is very protected and comfortable there. He Can't see much because the wings are right there but he can see some. I really wanted the added protection of the wings.

I also like the fact that you can tether the seat RF to help with rebound. I don't think I have seen any other seat in the US that you can tether while RF. Tethering it RF helped to get the appropiate angle.

I know our son is VERY comfortable in this seat.The seat has lots of padding. It has an extra pad that can comes off. Is good for small babies. When I read the instructions it says you can fold the sides of pad to give a small child support and would help them stay centered in the seat. So I imagine it would be a good seat for a small infant.

So far I am very happy with this seat. DH wasn't happy about the price until he saw the features it has specially that you can tether while RF.

I recommend you at least give it a try at the store.

I do have 1 complaint LOL The cover. I bet the seat would look great if your interiors were Tan But ours is grey and the black and tan from the seat REALLY stands out. I have heard that Britax will have covers for sale eventually. I hope so LOL

... Read more

Subjects:  1. Gear    2. Car Seats   

124. Mini Micro Preschool Scooter
by Huffy Sports
-- our price: $39.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005B086
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The three-wheel Preschool Scooter is a good solution for toddlers who,watching older siblings, have contracted a bad case of scooter envy. In front,two 4-inch urethane wheels are placed eight inches apart for stability; at theback, there's a 3-inch wheel and a "spoon" brake just like on those metal "bigkid" scooters. This vehicle is mostly plastic, but sturdy enough for the job,with comfortable foam grips. A cleverly designed "lean-and-steer" mechanism atthe front axle makes it significantly easier to control than some three- orfour-wheel toddler scooters. This one resists the tendency to tip over whengoing around corners. --Richard Farr ... Read more

Reviews (100)

We bought this scooter from Amazon (the ONLY place we could find it) last year for our 3rd child's 2nd bday.He rode it like a champ right out of the box!!It is extremely easy to learn to ride and far more stable than the scooters with turning handle bars and 2 wheels at the front.I think those tip over far too easily compared to this design.It is extremely light weight and easy for little ones to carry, move and maneuver.I have found the Mini-Micro to be very durable even though my 4 and 7 year-olds try to sneak turns on it.I first cringed at the price, but am SOO glad we made the purchase!I'd do it again in a heartbeat!Well worth the $$.Just be sure you buy this for a child that is well under the max weight limit so they get plenty of enjoyment out of it.We have 4 kids and this is one of the very best early preschool wheeled toys we've ever had!

5-0 out of 5 stars Greatest Toy for Active Little Boys
About 4 years ago I bought this for my little grandson who was about 2 years old. He rode it and rode it until he was too big. It then got passed down to his little brother at about the same age. He has SOARED on this little scooter and he thinks he is SO COOL and grown up! Now I am buying a new one for my third little grandson who is just turning a year old. He wants to ride like his brothers. The old one has lost its brake, but that doesn't stop my middle grandson - he just drags his toe on the ground to stop it. It is the GREATEST for little guys!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars This scooter is GREAT for a 3-4 year old
We got this scooter for my son's 3rd birthday...he loves it..It seems to have more of a feeling of riding a skateboard because of the flexibility in the wheels.. Most scooters that I've seen have been hard to turn, are heavy and don't move very quickly.This scooter is flexible and moves and glides with the turn.It has really taught him good balance. My neice always loves riding she is asking for it for her 4th birthday. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Ride-Ons    3. Scooters   

125. Jungle Plaid Cradle Swing
by Fisher-Price
Baby Product
-- our price: $79.99
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Asin: B00076NYIW
Sales Rank: 291
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (20)

4-0 out of 5 stars its really nice
i love the 2 swinging positions it has. its awesome thats why i go it. the animals on the mobile seem more or a decoration for the parent rather than the baby because all the baby see are the animals feet no big deal. my son loves the mirror on the mobile and always looks at it. it does swing a little fast, but you can just drape a blanket on the back ofit, or even over the baby and it slows down. my son likes that its fast though. its light enough so i can hold my son and move the swing to another point in the house. the seat can sit up or lay down a bit.. this is a really good buy.

3-0 out of 5 stars Mobile Breaks.........
When I bought this swing was very excited.I loved the look, the cute animals on the mobile and the fact that it swings 2 different ways.BUT after only two days of use the mobile broke.Either way my son still loves the swing, but I didn't pay 80 bucks for a swing that only half works. Word to the wise save the box just in case you have to return it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, not great
I bought this swing for my son, who is now eight weeks old.He loves it!I , however, am not so sure how I feel about it.It makes alot of clicking sounds while it is swinging, which isn't very helpful when you're trying to get a baby to sleep.It's not very loud, but I wouldn't recomend it if your little one is a light sleeper, like mine.I also noticed that it is a little unstable, unless you constantly check to make sure the legs are pulled all the way out.I do, however, love that you can swing the baby in two directions.That in itself may compensate for the other shortfalls. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Activity    2. Swings   

126. XB Jade Empire (Limited Edition)
by Microsoft Software
Video Game (12 April, 2005)
-- our price: $49.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0007P8FN2
Sales Rank: 242
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (20)

4-0 out of 5 stars The 2nd best RPG!!!!
Jade Empire is an excellent game, period.It's not perfect, but what game is?Well, KOTOR came pretty close to due to it's similarities and since many people played that game (either loving it or hating it) I think it is a good reference point for Jade Empire.

STORY -As usual with Bioware, the game is driven strongly by a great story and very interesting characters.From a young girl possessed by two different demons and a mysterious and feisty woman in black, to a huge axe wielding mercenary who only wants to drink and fight.The plot is filled with myth, magic, spirits,demons and a share of comedy.It has elements of classic kung fu movies which you will immediately recognize.The only downside to the story is that it's not that surprising.I think the plot twist KOTOR had will be very hard to beat...and Jade Empire has it's share of surprises, but nothing you can't see coming.I won't reveal the plot twist, but I think the impact of KOTOR's plot twist was that it involved the player's character directly, while Jade Empire's twist centers around an NPC.This is not necesseraly bad, since it serves the plot perfectly and ties up the story nicely...but the impact is not as strong.Regardless, Jade Empire's story and characters are by far it's strongest points.

GAMEPLAY - A lot of people complained about KOTOR's turn based system, so did I when I started the game.To fix that, Jade Empire's combat system is real time. This was done no doubt to try and get more people to play the game, not only RPG fans, and since it is a kung fu game it makes sense.The combat system is essentially a rock-scissor-paper game.The's too simple!Action gamers will not get as excited with the fighting system due to it's simplicity and RPG fans will miss the strategy behind the turn based system.Add the fact that the standard difficulty level is not too tough and you end up with a pretty easy game to beat.There's no real leveling-up, all this does is increase your health, chi and focus bars more, and improve your styles, which by the way you can get along with just two of them really.I beat the game with the first weapon style I got and the first martial style.The inventory is also trimmed down a lot to gems.While in KOTOR you had to customize your inventory for different fights or situations, adding to the strategy, here you can get along just fine with whatever it is you're carrying.In summary, the gameplay seems to be "RPG-Light" to try and get more people to play it, but it may be just a bit too simple.The moral aspect of it has no influence either.While in KOTOR being dark side or light side had meant different quests, different powers, etc. in Jade Empire it has really no influence during the game, probably just for the ending.Does the gameplay make the game less enjoyable...not really, but it is I think it's weakest point.

GRAPHICS AND SOUND - No complaints here.Graphics are awesome, the music great, and the voice over is good as well.The loading times are still long though.

OVERALL -As said at the beginning, the game is great...although I personally enjoyed KOTOR more.This one is also shorter which is a shame because it is good enough to make you want to keep playing it.Story, characters, graphics and sound are great while gameplay is good, but a bit trimmed down.That's why I think it's the second best RPG...KOTOR still being the best.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Martial Odyssey

After creating the 2003 game of the year, what would you expect from Bioware? Well it's not what I saw coming, passing up the chance to make the sequel to KOTOR they decided to finally make a game that they've imagined for nearly a decade, an RPG in an ancient-China like land with plenty of kung-fu elements.

Jade Empire is not your standard RPG, it's far from it, but with it's improvements on the genre it very well may become the standard. The first noticeable difference in the gameplay is the innovative fighting style allowing you to fight in real time, but it's a change for the better. It's truly new feel is based around the d-pad, setting a different fighting style to each direction so that while in battle it is simple to change between them. This allows for many moves with various twists making it easier to navigate attacks. Bioware was correct in saying that for the player to be a kung-fu master they must feel like one as well, this is what the system of fighting does over a turn-based so common to RPGs.

I will not ruin the story, but it leads for action-packed sequences that will have you on the edge of your seat. You will easily find your self immersed in the story of this world. If you have played "Knight's of the Old Republic" you will know that Bioware's storytelling is top-notch and they only improve with Jade Empire's plot. The scenes have been pondered and perfected, the mythology is in-depth and brings an incredible realism to the world, and the architecture and newly-developed language are the icing on the cake.

On your quest there is plenty of customization available, mini quests to go upon, and lands to explore, all the while your choices having consequences leading you down the path of The Open Palm or The Closed Fist. You also constantly upgrade your character with the experience you gain over time, mastering different ways of fighting.

I have not enjoyed a game this much in a long while, and even if your are not a fan of the RPG genre this game can draw you in. It is an almost certain for RPG of the Year and a definite contender for Game of the Year.

Bioware's attention to detail, the over 320 minor characters have full voice-overs, and superb gameplay earn Jade Empire
A Bliss of 9

4-0 out of 5 stars In The Fashion of KOTOR
I believe this game is alot better than the resent KOTOR II. The graphics are pretty decent. However there are flaws to this game but they are very few. I wonder if Bioware had done KOTORII, it would've been alot better. The story to this game seems like a Star Wars rip off but a well done rip off. The graphics are pretty impressive and the gameplay is solid in and real time. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. Xbox (x box)    3. Microsoft    4. Action    5. Adventure   

127. Mozart Magic Cube
by Munchkin
list price: $29.99 -- our price: $34.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004TFLB
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Music stimulates the brain and encourages early learningskills. This interactive cube lets children choose from any combinationof five different instruments--harp, French horn, piano, flute, andviolin--to collaborate on eight Mozart tunes. A solo flute might playan excerpt from "Ah! Vous Dirai-je, Maman (Twinkle, Twinkle)," or aFrench horn intone a theme from The Marriage of Figaro. Otherchoices include "Country Dance #5," "Come Sweet May," "Der Vogelfanger"(from The Magic Flute), "March in D," "Landler," and "LàCi Darem la Mano" (from Don Giovanni). Press the "orchestra"button and hear all the instruments play together. As the songs play,each selected instrument button flashes to the beat. The sound is notorchestral quality, but you get a fair electronic approximation of eachinstrument. Operates on three AA batteries (not included). --TamiHoriuchi ... Read more


  • Features musical instrument sounds
  • 8 Mozart compositions included
  • Winner of Dr. Toy and Parents' Choice awards
  • For all ages

Reviews (140)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Toy
We received this toy as a gift when my son was about 2 weeks old. Even then he would accidently set it off with his little jerks and spasms (it is extremely sensitive)and he seemed to enjoy it.It is loud, but it never frightened him and he was brand new.By the time he was three months old he was purposefully setting it off and now he's almost two years old and he still loves it.He is more interested in the way he can make only certain instruments play and how the same song sounds different if a different instrument plays by itself. He recently cracked it though, but we have no idea how.(It is made of very durable construction, so I can't imagine what he must have done to it, but then he is very hard on his toys)We just noticed it broken in his room one day.But, after two years of daily play I'd say it gave our family a good run.I have a new son due in four months and I can't imagine not buying this toy again.I highly recommend this toy.

2-0 out of 5 stars Boring toy
My daughter got this for Christmas when she was about 6 mos old.She rarely ever plays with it.She was slightly amused with this toy for a month or two.She never plays with it now.When she did show interest in it, it only lasted a few moments.The music does get a little annoying because my daughter liked it when all instruments would play at the same time.Nothing special about this toy and it's loud.Would not recommend.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous toy
My 6 month old is captivated by this toy. He loves to hear the music and it's easy enough for him to press the various sides. The music and the lights hold his attention. This actually belonged to his now 5 year old sister and it's held up well in the five years we've owned. I highly recommend it. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Electronic    2. Baby and Infant    3. Electronic Learning Aids    4. Activity    5. Musical    6. Construction    7. Blocks    8. Music    9. Learning    10. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)   

128. PSP Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade
by Sony Online Entertainment
Video Game (23 March, 2005)
-- our price: $36.95
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Asin: B0007UDYTW
Sales Rank: 58
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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  • Action RPG: Wield your blade and cast powerful spells in this action-packed, hack n slash RPG exclusively for the PSP handheld system.
  • Epic Adventure: Create a unique hero and set out into the wilds of Unataca to battle powerful creatures, save your city of Aven from imminent extinction and unravel the mysteries of a looming peril.
  • Wireless Multiplayer Game Play: A wireless multiplayer mode features gameplay through the PSP handheld systems wireless feature. Connect directly other PSP handheld systems for the ultimate in hack n slash action with no wires!
  • Four Playable Character Classes: Select from four unique character classes including an ancient order of valiant Knights, a foundation of brilliant Alchemists, an order of noble Druids, and a race of feral hunters known as the Berserker. Each character class has unique fighting abilities or magical spells.
  • Beautiful 3D Environments: Battle through more than 100 diverse levels that come alive with brilliant 3Dgraphics, stunning lighting, dynamic visual effects and highly-detailed player characters and monsters.

Reviews (22)

5-0 out of 5 stars Maybe a little repetetive...
This is definitely a fun game. While Ridge Racers, the other big launch title, only lasts for a week or so, I find myself still trying to get to the end of this game after a month and a half. It gets a little repetetive, with all the X-button pushing, but it's fun and all the items make it interesting. The plot really stinks at first, but if you stick with it, it gets better. Also, load times are very long, but you can get over that pretty quickly. Definitely worth the buy; you'll invest plenty of time in it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hack n' Slash Adventures!
The character enhancement tree is amazing, I love how it varies for each of the character classes. The weapons and armor also vary through the different classes, and can be customized in many ways. The jewelry adds a nice touch for increasing for Strength, Dexterity, Stamina, and Intelligence. Your character can be customized in many ways such as hair stlye, and colour. The skin tone can also be changed. The thing that isn't great is there is no gender change, but covering up the distinguishing male and female marks can be covered up by armor. This game have very many missions which are easy to follow, but challenging to complete. This game will kepp you playing for hours on end!

5 Stars From the_truth!

5-0 out of 5 stars Untold Hours Spent Playing This Game!!!
Absolutely Frakkin' Awesome!!!

I have never before played a portable game that was as good or better than a PC game. Now I have. ... Read more

129. Laugh and Learn Learning Home
by Fisher-Price
Toy (06 July, 2004)
-- our price: $59.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000284X6W
Sales Rank: 151
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (192)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great toy for baby!!!
I just got this toy for my 9 month old daughter a few days ago and she loves it.There is so much to do so many activities.My daughter gets bored easily so this toy is wonderful.It keeps her busy time and time again.I do have one complaint though Fisher price makes you do all of the work to put together this toy.You don't get out of anything you have to screw on every part you could possibly think of.Some of the things could have been done eaisly during manufacturing.But it was well worth it.This is a great toy! And I think it will entertain her for a long time.

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT TOY!
I bought this for my son when he was nine months old.He loved it then and still loves it now that he is a year old.He plays with it everyday and is finding new things to play with on it as he gets older.I highly recommend this toy.It is a little bit of a pain to put together though.

5-0 out of 5 stars Toy at Gamma & Poppy's house
My gamma and Poppy brought me this toy and It's GREAT!!I play with it all the time, I visit (once a month).I play with the door bell and turn the weather so that it's raining or sunny.I go in and out of the door and I play with the mail.I play with this toy all the time and it's one of my favorites and their house. Your little boy or girl will love playing with this toy. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Baby and Infant    3. Toddler    4. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    5. Electronic   

130. PS2 Driving Force Gran Turismo
by Logitech
Electronics (03 June, 2005)
list price: $149.99
Asin: B0000DC64H
Sales Rank: 2401
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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  • Sequential stick shifter, wheel-mounted paddle shifters, and a full set of PlayStation┬« buttons give you all the control you need
  • Comfortable, full rubber wheel realistically turns 2-1/2 times lock-to-lock. See a list of games that support 900 Degree Steering mode.
  • Automatically switches to 200 Degree Steering compatibility mode to work with other racing games
  • State-of-the-art force feedback technology lets you feel all the action
  • Textured floorboard features responsive gas and brake pedals and exclusive no-slip carpet grip system

Reviews (38)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Nice
I bought this wheel a couple of months ago.I have to say that I really like it.I don't believe that it made me any better at gran turismo, but it makes a lot of the races more fun.I mostly enjoy using it when I'm confident that I'll win a race.It's also fun when I feel like I want to be "really into" the race.

The force feedback is great.The feel of the wheel is great.The pedals are a little close together and I wish the pedal base was a bit heavier, but no biggie.I tend to hold the base still with my left foot, while using it with my right.I love the fact that the controls are also on the wheel so I don't have to pick up my control pad for certain things.Overall, this has to be the best wheel on the market and great fun for the hardcore gamer.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice wheel with unique multiturn feature
Being a gadget lover, I decided to upgrade my Logitech Formula Force GP wheel to the well-reviewed Driving Force Pro. The bottom line is that the DFP is indeed a big step up, with 900 degree steering support, additional side shifter and better feedback effects. It also feels more rugged, though it is still all plastic.

This wheel is marketed as a Playstation2 accessory, but it does work under Windows, and that is half the reason I bought it. Just install the Logitech drivers and plug it in, no special tricks required. Currently I don't know of any Windows games which support 900 degree steering, but hopefully we'll see some eventually. For now, the DFP is working great for Richard Burns Rally in 200 degree mode. It still provides better feel (and more buttons) than the good old FFGP. It's also great with Gran Turismo 4 and Need for Speed 2: Underground on the PS2, which both support 900 degree steering.

Unfortunately, the DFP still suffers from a mediocre clamping system--not that this is the only wheel to be so afflicted. The clamps don't open quite as wide as I would like either, which made it hard to attach to my desk. As others have recommended, I suggest a using a TV tray.

If you are in the market for your first wheel, this is a very good choice, especially if you want something that works for Windows and the PS2. If you already have a wheel you like, this would only be worth the upgrade if you are a real driving nut.

By the way, this would have been a 5-star review if the DFP had a clutch pedal.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very good.
I had borrowed a Logitech WingMan Formula Force GP from a friend to see if I like it. One week later I was looking for the best. I now have the Logitech Driving Force Pro. It is very nice. It feels better in your hand and all the controls that are on the controllers are there. The gear knob is place close to the wheel so that your hand can easily change the gear with out leaving the wheel. If you don't like that, you have the paddles under the wheel. The foot peddles are nice and the pad grips to the rug very good.

The only thing that I thing should have been done is to place a colour band around the top of the steering wheel. This allows you to check that your wheel is centre when wrapping with the 900 degrees turning during a rally. I sometimes get lost and have to look down to see which way it is pointing.

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Subjects:  1. PS2 (PSX2)    2. Sony Playstation (Play station) 2    3. Playstation2 (Play station2)    4. Controller    5. Game Controllers (Controller, Joystick, Joysticks)    6. Game Controllers (Controller, Steering Wheel, Wheels)    7. Video Games   

131. Linkadoos Take Along Swing
by Fisher-Price
Baby Product
list price: $49.99 -- our price: $49.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000D9RQ2
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

A swing is a great soother and entertainer for babies--if you have space for it among the bewildering array of other baby gear that clutters the homes of newborns. Parents will be delighted, therefore, to find the Link-a-Doos Open Top Take-Along Swing: a portable, compact swing with all the best features of a full-sized swing. Baby will enjoy the five songs, five speeds, plush seat pad (machine washable), swiveling sunflower mirror, and linkable toys. Parents will love the easy-carry side handles, convenient open-top design, non-slip feet, and three-point restraint. To Grandmother’s house you go? Just fold it up and bring it along! --Emilie Coulter ... Read more

Reviews (133)

5-0 out of 5 stars life saver!!!
This swing is the greatest!! My daughter has loved it since the day we brought it home, she was one month old. It keeps her entertained and puts her to sleep also. She loves looking at herself in the mirror and the little animals that come with it are great for little hands. I got a bouncer as a gift and she hated it, this is diffently worth it and I will buy it for all my friends having babies. what is great too is that it folds so I can take it to my parents house when we visit and when she gets cranky I just put her in it and she's happy. I love it and totally recomend it!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Definitely Worth Buying!
I got this travel swing for a shower gift along with a full-size swing. I didn't know if I would need both, but I put both together anyway. I actually started using the travel swing a couple days after I got home from the hospital. The full-size swing just seemed too big for my 7lb. newborn. The travel swing is so much closer to the ground- it made me feel more secure. I have been very pleased with this swing. I love the easy mobility and actually move it throughout my house. (I love that I can blow dry my hair with my baby rocking in the swing right next to me!) The lack of head support wasn't really a problem. For the first few weeks I used a head support from Boppy called Noggin Nest- it worked just fine. Sure the music may be a bit annoying after awhile, but what isn't? You can easily switch the music off and keep the swing going. As my 5 week old gets older, if he needs more to interest him than the mirror and toys that are provided, I can easily link new toys to the links on the sides of the swing for him to look at or play with. There aren't many things that will hold your newborn's interest for the first month. But this swing definitely held my son's interest and soothed him from the very start.

2-0 out of 5 stars OK swing
My son is not very entertained by this swing yet.He only lasts about 5 minutes.It has not been worth the money for me, I'm desiring this to change because it is so easy to take along. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Activity    2. Swings    3. Bouncer Seats   

132. PSP Ridge Racer
by Namco
Video Game (22 March, 2005)
-- our price: $39.88
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Asin: B0007UDYUQ
Sales Rank: 75
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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  • Wireless Multiplayer Races: Compete head-to-head in 8-player multiplayer races through the PSP wireless connectivity feature. Multiplayer races require every player to have the Ridge Racer game inserted into their PSP system.
  • Unprecedented Visual Quality: Experience DVD quality video in the 16:9 widescreen format, and enjoy more clean edged designs and richer colors on the high quality PSP system's liquid crystal screen.
  • Robust Vehicle and Course Selections: Featuring 58 new vehicles, upgrades and 24 courses- the largest number of courses in the series! Classic courses from previous Ridge Racer titles return with entirely updated graphics leveraging the awesome processing power of the PSP.
  • New "World Tour" Mode: In the newly added World Tour Mode, players challenge the vast number of courses from the first Ridge Racer introduced in 1993, to the latest in the Ridge Racer world.
  • Special Features: Race faster than ever utilizing nitrous! Drift to fill thenew "Nitro Gauge" then boost ahead to burn the competetion. Conquer the World Tour Mode to unlock cars, courses, new tours, and more!

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars Tremendous game
This is obviously a tremendous "Ridge Racer" game in all-time period.Although PSP is much smaller than PS2, it has the good graphics that every people want.The game itself is good and exciting.It provides all the circuits that I played before from 12 years ago in 1993 to 2000 (10/26/2000).For the circuits, I still like the short circuit from Ridge Racer 1 because "it never gets old."Sounds true, huh?So, no matter what, this is the game, baby!! :)

3-0 out of 5 stars A little warning
I rate how much I like video games by how much I enjoy it and by how long it takes to win. Ridge Racer is addicting, and I spent plenty of time on it, but found that I'd unlocked all the tours in less than five days. It's hard to win all the tours, though, so that might keep me occupied for a while. Still, many would find it discouraging to go around the same track over and over and over. If you can rent it or borrow it from a friend, do so. If you can only buy it, go for it, but be ready to want to trade it in after a few weeks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Stunning
I made an impulsive decision yesterday by buying the PSP. Just in case you didn't know, I'm from Singapore, and Sony only officially launched the"ultimate portable gaming console" at this part of the world yesterday. I walked past the shop, took a look at the demo, and took out my credit card.

Going home together with me is the inaugural title for the PSP, the racing classic Ridge Racer. I've played the game on my wife's colleague's parallel-imported PSP some months ago, and was pretty impressed by the look of things. But it was only when I had the time to finally take on the game on a more prolonged duration, that I fully appreciate the beauty of it. And it is, as I mentioned, just beautiful.

The thing that immediately captures your attention is obviously the graphics. Fantastic is an understatement when it comes to how good Ridge Racer looks. Even when you're primarily focused on the road while racing, you can't help but notice the amazingly detailed background. For one, your races will take you thought different hours of the day, which means you'll come across the brightness of the day, as well as the cosiness of sunset. During different courses, you may also notice an airplane flying above you; or see yourself driving past an awe-inspiring lake; or a crowd of spectators cheering you on... you get the idea.

The graphics also put a lot of emphasis on speed. So when you're bursting down the road at 240km/h in a tunnel, you'll find the background fading away in a blur to create a sense of speed. The best part, however, is that the frame rate never seems to skip a beat despite the extensive graphics. Having the screen freezing for moments while I go side-by-side with a rival car in other racing games (such as Burnout) on the PS2 is definitely not a problem for the PSP and Ridge Racer.

You've a few options to approach the game, while single events like Single Race and Time Attack may be a good training ground for newbies, you'd expect to spend most of your time unlocking new tracks and cars in the World Tour mode. The earlier tours are relatively easy to pass, but from what I heard, it just get tougher as it goes, so expect to redo races a lot of times as you progress. Oh, and did I mention you can have a wireless racing session with your friends if they also own the PSP?

The controls are relatively standard. You've the X button for acceleration, and Square Button for brakes. If you're using the manual gear, the Triangle button shifts a gear up, and the Circle Button shifts a gear down. The "L" button switches between first and third person view, and the "R" button activates the nitro you earn while doing power drifts during corners. Oh, and you also control the direction using the D-Pad, but I'm sure you already know that. The controls make reduce the need for any tedious learning curve, and make sure that you can start right away to do the thing that you bought the game. That is, to play!

Now, the next big thing for this game. The audios. If you're played earlier renditions of Ridge Racer, you should have knowledge of how cool the soundtrack, er, sounds. You get some rehashed tracks, as well as new tracks that really make it a joy to listen while you take on the competition. You'll also get to select from different playlists, so you're by no means stuck with what you don't like. An archive is also available for you to listen to remixes of old Ridge Racer tracks. Now, for the nostalgic fan, this is really a cool idea.

On the whole, Ridge Racer is a testament to how good a game can be on the PSP. If you're not a Ridge Racer fan, you may not enjoy it as much as those who're. Still, you can't deny that the graphics and audios in this game are worth another look. It's a pity that the sound couldn't do better, due to the limitations of the console itself. Listening to music on the PSP without earphones is like listening to a badly tuned FM receiver in my opinion, but then again, earphones are provided! Anyhow, I'd highly recommend Ridge Racer for fans of the racing genre, if only just to enjoy the beauty of the game's aesthetics. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. PS2 (PSX2)    3. Sony Playstation (Play station) 2    4. Playstation2 (Play station2)    5. Racing    6. Flying   

133. Jump N Slide
by Little Tikes
Toy (18 January, 2005)
-- our price: $199.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002AHVAA
Sales Rank: 621
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (20)

4-0 out of 5 stars My kids love it
I have three children...ages 1,3 and 5 and they absolutely love this bounce house. I purchased this one after the Sponge Bob one we had for three years split at the seam. We love the slide feature especially for the one year old. The only few things I noticed compared to the other bouncer is that the sides are significantly lower than the previous house and I worry my 5 yr old could flip over. Also it does not get nearly as firm and like a previous writer I have noticed some air leaking out at the seams. Although I think they purposely do not want it to get as firm to prevent splitting as there is an air valve to tie on the bottom which the previous models did not have. All in all a good buy. Also the bag it comes with actually fits the house with some manipulation vs some of the other models. So you have to outweigh the firmness of the house (which is less) vs the slide feature (which my kids like to run up!!)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good Night's Sleep
Although I haven't had this very long, I've been impressed with its durability and usability.I had been concerned that my very active 5 & 3 year old boys might find be too much for this bouncer, or that the bouncer might be too small.However, I have now had 5 kids in there at the same time, 4 boys (2,3,4,5) and a 6 year old girl, and it's held up quite nicely.Even though this is a lot smaller than the full-size rental bouncers, the kids seem to be able to avoid each other if they want to. Of course, they usually prefer some form of tackling each other :-)

Packing up and setting up are a breeze -- the whole thing takes me well under 10 minutes (1 minute to inflate, and about 5 to unroll the bouncer and stake it to the ground.)

The bouncer for the most part seems pretty safe.The only thing that I found less than ideal is the back mesh stays together with a single velcro fastening.My kids quickly learned that they can get in and out this way, so it's not always fastened.The problem then is that sometimes they will jump against the mesh and fall out.This has yet to be a problem, but the parent in me always worries that they'll bounce out a little too hard one of these days.Still, that's probably not too much of a concern, since they'll likely get more bruised just jumping on top of each other.

5-0 out of 5 stars Love it!
I purchased the Little Tykes Jump and Slide for my daughters first birthday, it was such a success. Everyone loved it, including my husband who got in to jump with my daughter. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Outdoor Play    2. Pretend Play   

134. Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory
by UBI Soft
Video Game (29 March, 2005)
-- our price: $34.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002SQ0BS
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Sam Fisher is back for more espionage and intrigue in Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory. All the nail biting about whether to go in "hot" with guns blazing, or to use stealth is back in this new version, plus some amazing improvements. Chaos Theory ups the ante with vastly improved graphics, totally open level design, and coop gameplay.

Fresh from the East Timor operations, Fisher is now put on the front lines of information warfare. The year is 2008 and the world is suffering from citywide blackouts, stock exchange sabotage, and electronic hijacking of national defense systems. The stakes are high and Fisher, as the NSA's most elite black-ops agent, is inserted in operations to aggressively gather intelligence. A wide range of missions call on a lethal mixture of weapons and close range combat. While Chaos Theory demands the same agility and athleticism required in previous Splinter Cell incarnations, some new weapons, gadgets and moves are available, such as the prototype Land Warrior rifle, and the stealthy, but oh-so-deadly inverted neck break.

In addition to an improved graphics engine, physics are enhanced, too. Enhancements like rag doll physics, particle effects, and realistic interaction with the environment make the Splinter Cell experience more immersive than ever.Just as judging your environment was crucial in past Splinter Cell games, Chaos Theory demands that you understand the delicate balance between light and shadow to stay alive.

Chaos Theory offers great replayability in single player mode, thanks to its vast, open level design. There's always more than one way to achieve your objectives. At the beginning of each mission you are given your objectives, but you must choose how to go about completing them. Decisions about stealth versus conflict are yours to make, too. Should you enter a mission with non-lethal weaponry, a host of guns and ammo, or a little bit of both? You decide.

The Splinter Cell franchise is known for its tense, stealth-driven multi-player modes, and Chaos Theory is no exception. This version adds unique cooperative modes where you and your teammates must complete infiltration missions. Try to keep each other alive. Try to thrive in the dark and strike when the moment is right. ... Read more


  • EXCLUSIVE CLOSE RANGE KILLS: From knife attacks to athletics hand to hand kills such as inverted neck breaks, dramatic ledge throws, .
  • CO-OP STEALTH: Play multiplayer with a friend and coordinate your infiltration in an all new multiplayer challenge
  • REAL WEAPONS OF TOMORROW: The most complete arsenal of weapons and gadgets from the knife to the experimental Land Warrior System.
  • AMAZING REPLAYABILITY: Totally open level design with multi-paths and optional secondary objectives.
  • ULTIMATE CHALLENGE: Intelligent enemies making your mission more risky as you have to get closer to them...

Reviews (50)

1-0 out of 5 stars suck
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5-0 out of 5 stars Just About a Perfect Game
The Splinter Cell series has been truly amazing, and with #3 they have perfected it. The AI is great, the graphics are stunning, and gameplay is simply fun.

First, if you've never played the Splinter Cell theory, you really have to see these graphics. Curtains ripple in the wind. Candlelight gleams faintly. Streetlights fall through blinds in rippled patterns. It is gorgeous to watch.

The plot feels very real and current. You're a lone spy, sent in to get information and extract hostages. You learn more as you go through the game, finding out who to trust and who not to trust.

All the latest gadgets and techniques are here. You have to use your heat vision, night vision, electronic vision to scan for danger. You have a wireless device to scan laptops from nearby. You can shimmy along pipes, hang by your knees and grab people beneath you. You can slit holes in fabric curtains and grab people through them. You really begin to forget that this is "just" a game.

The enemies have become quite intelligent. If you turn off lights, they wonder who did that. If you open doors that should have been closed, they notice. You really couldn't ask for much more.

But then, it gets even better. The missions offer a number of ways to solve them. There isn't just "one path". And multiplayer is truly phenomonal. You could play multiplayer every day for months and never get bored.

Of course, it needs to be pointed out that, while you can aim for stealth as much as you wish, this is a game involving violence. You are snapping the necks of guards, watching hostages be killed in nasty ways, and generally dealing with adult dangers. This isn't a game for pre-teens.

But that being said, the game is amazingly immersive and does reward you for taking the stealthy way through the course. You get far more points for sneaking in and out of the enemy base, vs doing a Rambo and blasting away everything in sight.

Highly recommended!

5-0 out of 5 stars Tom Clancy and Ubisoft did it again!
There is not enough you can say about this game. If you've seen the previews, then I should stop there, because the graphics are the best I've ever seen. Great reflections, lighting, and overall effect. And the animation is very smooth and realistic. The sound and music are exelent as in any Splinter Cell game. But they managed to surpass that of it's predacessors. The music is very cool and fits well. The gunshots, water, running all sounded so real. The gameplay is much less linear now. The game is built around playing it your way. You can shoot your way through, go stealth, ot's awesome. The replayablity is improved as well. I'm on my third time through. You can snap people's neck from pipes, and you get a knife, which can be used to cut throats, cut material, and bypass curcuts. The multyplayer has returned and is better then ever. As a merc this time, you can get an SMG, assualt rifle, or shotgun. You also get tons more devices as a merc and spy. Like a camo suit for spies and poisen mines for mercs. That is only small compared to what you get altogether. The new maps are also great fun, and they've got some old maps to. The plot is much better. I won't say anything, but there are a few plot twiwsts. The A.I. is the best I've ever encountered. The guards will shine their flashlights where you were and where they think you are. They'll talk to each other to find you. And this time they don't forget abount you. They won't stop for a good while.I'll break down everything here:




A.I.: 10 OUT OF 10




Over all, the best game I've ever played. I urge you to get it ASAP. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. Xbox (x box)    3. Microsoft    4. Action    5. Adventure   

135. Crib CD Player with Light
by The First Years
Baby Product (04 October, 2003)
-- our price: $49.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000056J6T
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Nothing soothes a baby into slumber like music. Now baby canhave a CD player right in the crib. This battery-operated CD playerattaches securely to a crib rail and also has a soft-glow night-lightthat can be turned on or off, making it easy to check on baby duringthe night. This small streamlined-looking unit has a child-resistantcover to keep control buttons out of reach of curious hands. Withstandard CD player controls, high-clarity speakers, and an automaticshutoff, this CD player makes it possible to play your favorite CDselections in the nursery--at bedtime, naptime, or anytime. This playermay also be used as a tabletop unit once baby outgrows the crib.Although this is a great product concept, many users have found that itis quite impractical, as the slightest brush against the CD player orbump in the crib causes the CD to skip. Requires two C batteries (notincluded). --Deb Oroszlan ... Read more


  • Child-resistant cover
  • Table-top design
  • Battery operated (2 C batteries)
  • Soft-glow crib light
  • Attaches to crib rail

Reviews (167)

5-0 out of 5 stars lovin' it
I have twin boys and a small nursery.There isn't much place to put a boombox but on the floor.After weeks of tripping over the boombox - and after one of my sons learned how to open the CD part of it - I finally decided to get this little CD player.It is *perfect* for what I need it for.

I love that:
- it clips to the crib
- it shuts off after the CD is through (or can be programmed for an amount of time to play)
- it has a little light (that shuts off after 5 minutes)
- it cannot be opened by a baby
- it is small and unobtrusive
- it is white and therefore blends in with my nursery (my boombox is black and all the other options I looked at were either black or some sort of bright/garish color)

I don't have any problem at all with:skipping, opening the battery compartment, babies taking the unit off the crib, not enough volume (I don't want it loud enough that I can hear it outside the nursery, I want it soft enough for them to go to sleep to).A lot of people here have complained about the battery compartment, but I just don't see the problem with it.If you have many baby toys that need batteries then you are probably used to needing a screwdriver for most of them - it keeps the baby from being able to open the battery compartment.

This is the only product like this that I have been able to find.It is absolutely perfect for my needs and a great addition to my nursery.

1-0 out of 5 stars Buy a cheap cd boom box instead!!
Not loud enough!Shuts off after cd is played, I wanted a repeat button.CD skips alot, light is too dim.The positive point is that it clips nicely to the crib.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not Worth Your Money
I thought this was going to be a great item compared to the older version which only played nature sounds.I liked that I could either play music or my own nature cds.However, my 12 month old figured out how to move the player back and forth on the crib rail and eventually how to remove the player from the rail.This allowed him to remove it and stand on it in his crib or to throw it out onto the floor.I found it amazing that the player did not lock into place and therefore caused a safety hazard.I would not recommend this item to anyone.I would suggest investing your money into a small cd/radio for the dresser top. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Sleep Soothers    2. Learning    3. Nursery    4. Nursery Decor   

136. Pathfinder Wagon
by Radio Flyer
list price: $89.99 -- our price: $79.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000859QK
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Radio Flyer’s Pathfinder is the SUV of little red wagons, sporting a rugged plastic body and offering tikes a luxurious amount of towing or riding space. The wagon’s convertible seats fold down for maximum storage capacity and then flip up to comfortably accommodate two children. Webbed seatbelts ensure that children don’t bounce out when riding over rough terrain. The Pathfinder’s interior also has four built-in drink holders to keep sippy cups and juice boxes secure during the ride. The extra-long handle has a large, loop grip that even kids can control and that folds under the wagon for more compact storage. Like all Radio Flyer wagons, this one has heavy axles to handle a lot of weight, heavy-duty casters for making tight turns without tipping, and durable rubber tires that provide a soft, quiet ride. The Pathfinder measures 39-1/4 inches long, 19 inches wide, and 16-1/2 inches tall. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

Reviews (71)

5-0 out of 5 stars WALMART SELLS FOR MUCH LESS!!!
I was ready to purchase this wagon from until I saw that the shipping was over $25.00.I then checked out only was the item 15 dollars cheaper ($64.64 instead of $79.99) but the shipping was only 8.94.I saved over $30 dollars and my item arrived in just a few days.

5-0 out of 5 stars handy for two
My friend has this for her 2 1/2 yr old and her 1 year old.They love it.Its got cup holders, seat belts.Very nice.I want one for my 2 girls.I would recommend it to anyone after seeing theirs and seeing how much they use it and enjoy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome wagon, very well-made and fun!
We were looking for a "big" item to give my daughter for her first birthday. She was still too small for most ride-on toys, not walking without help yet, and so still needed something safer as far as that sort of thing goes. We checked out the little cars that have the long handle that an adult can push, but none of them seemed fun or like they would get used for very long.

I remember the metal Radio Flyer wagons from my childhood, and I was skeptical of a plastic wagon. My husband is the one who really wanted to get my daughter this wagon for her birthday because it has the 2 molded seats with seatbelts, that will fold down when not in use or when you want just a plain wagon with no seats. Also, this wagon IS plastic but it is VERY durable and well-made, and more importantly, the tires are rubber not plastic- very good! So I agreed that we could get her this as her main gift for her birthday although I was still a little skeptical about whether she'd like it at just 1 year old, and whether she was big enough for it, since I think it is recommended for kids just a tad older.

She absolutely LOVES it! The seatbelts hold her in securely and we pull her around the yard and neighborhood. She likes this SO much better than riding in a stroller, and it is very roomy for toys and diaper bag and other things. My daughter is even small for her age and JUST turned 1, and we have so much fun with her in this wagon! It is durable, well worth the money, and will get years of use. (Read my other reviews, I am really big on getting toys that will be played with more than a couple months!)

If you are looking for a wagon I HIGHLY recommend this one. If you are looking for a gift for a toddler, I highly recommend this wagon as a fun and safe gift idea. Every toddler needs one of these if there is a safe place for adults to pull them around. I can't emphasize just how much my daughter loves this wagon! I believe this wagon is durable enough to be a keeper for many years to come. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Push and Pull Toys    3. Ride-Ons    4. Outdoor Play    5. Wagons   

137. Natural Gingham Deluxe Activity Rocker
by Combi International
Baby Product
-- our price: $79.99
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Asin: B00067AE58
Sales Rank: 284
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars A lemon!
I bought this for my daughter and she didn't care for it.I was not impressed with it either.It's not easily portable from one room to another, it's heavy and I found it to be a pain to fold up.It just proved to me that spending more money on something doesn't mean you get what you pay for.I had to return it to the store because the vibration wouldn't work on low speed and most of the time not at all on either speed, so I exchanged it for another one only to have the same thing happen to that one as well.Needless to say I decided to try a different brand.I got a Fisher Price bouncer, paid sixty dollars less for it than the Combi and my daughter loves it, the vibration works every time and the toy bar with music is wonderful too.I don't reccomend the Combi bouncer to anyone, it's a waste of money.

2-0 out of 5 stars Needs Work
The concept of this rocker/vibration chair makes sense.However, the vibration part broke after two weeks.I had to keep pressing the low/high buttons to turn it on even with a brand new battery.Sometimes, it wouldn't even start with a new battery.I think it would be perfect if they made the vibration more reliable.The rocker part is awesome.My first son had a bouncer, this time I have the rocking bottom and it is definetly a plus.

5-0 out of 5 stars What a Life Saver!!
I cannot say enough nice things about this rocker - it has been a life saver.I ended up having an emergency c-section, so I was unable to climb the stairs to my and the baby's bedrooms, so he slept in this rocker (the back of the seat goes down) as a bassinet on the floor right next to me on the couch.Now that he is more aware of life around him, we lift the seat into the chair position and he just has the best time watching everything that is going on.The fact that it rocks and has the vibrating motion has also been extremely valuable.He has spent so much time in this chair - I am very happy that I got this as a gift.It's also great that you can hook a CD player or tape player up to the speakers as well. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Activity    2. Bouncer Seats   

138. Starlite Symphony Play Gym
by Kids II
Baby Product
-- our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00013HDEM
Sales Rank: 165
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars This one is THE WINNER!
OK - I didn't want to pay so much for one of these things, but I have to say that this on is SOOOOO worth it!!My son was born 6 weeks early, so he is a little behind full term babies his age so I wanted something for him to do since he doesn't have the head control of his peers.I bought something less expensive that had music and moving things that he could bat and make them move more - it was inexpensive (on special at Toys R Us) for about $20.It went back - he wasn't interested - he doesn't bat at things yet and doesn't like to look straight up (midline) very much.I then bought the kick and crawl through Aquarium thing($30) - he loves to kick and the ball was great for him, but I discovered that the octopus doesn't have replaceable batteries (shame on you Fisher Price) - it went back.We went to our cousin-in-law's house to visit her new baby and she had the Tiny Love black and red and white Gymini thing - he loved looking at the contrasting colors, BUT the thing doesn't really do anything else and he doesn't like to "bat" at I didn't buy it.Then I looked at the Fisher Price Baby Plazone Kick and Whirl Carnival - the reviews were NOT good - I looked at it myself and they were right - TOO Loud..both setting were the same.Then I saw the Starlite..WOO HOO...he LOVES this...his favorite thing is to kick...kick...kick and kick some more.AND...I hung the very large mirror to his right side over his head and he makes faces at himself...smiling and laughing most of the time.This one does SO much that it was well worth the $50!!This is the ONLY one I've found that has the right kind of kick blows up so it is soft and he won't hurt his feet.Now I can cook dinner and not feel guilty that he is just laying there staring at the ceiling fan.

5-0 out of 5 stars good for mom and baby
My daughter also loves this gym... At 10 weeks she figured out how to use the "motion" to turn on the music. We are still working on "intentionally hitting" the hanging props.I put her in this since she was about a month old and she loves all the lights.It definitely keeps her occupied for a few minutes. A must have.

5-0 out of 5 stars Daughter LOVES this
This was the first toy that my daughter really had any interest in.She was only 4 weeks when she realized that her kicking action was causing the lights and sounds.She really went to town kicking.It comes with batteries but they will likely need to be replaced soon since they run the test for potential customers. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Activity   

139. 20 Questions Handheld Game
by Radica Games
list price: $13.99 -- our price: $13.99
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Asin: B0001NE2AK
Sales Rank: 12
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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  • It knows what you're thinking!
  • Innovative "Artificial Intelligence" game with an exciting new design
  • The classic game of 20 Questions captured for the first time in a portable format
  • If it reads your mind within 20 questions it wins, if not, you win!
  • Can you fool 20Q?

Reviews (78)

5-0 out of 5 stars Out of this world fun!
When I tested this at the store, I was instantly convinced to bring it home and share with everyone in the family.Everyone was amazed, you can see very surprised facial expressions from most of them, and spooked expressions from others thinking it was possessed (reallly funny!).My Mom began referring to it as "he" instead of an "it" - - it's a very smart little computer. It exactly guessed a carburator, urethra, star, it called love an "emotion", rainbow and on and on.I would say it gets it right 99% of the time. Highly recommend this.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great machine
A fun, easy to use game that will keep you occupied for hours. A great gift idea or to use at your home/office, this machine asks 20 questions to narrow your choices and is also good for parties. Highly recommend.

5-0 out of 5 stars very good
this toy is very cool
i just got it yesterday
it is cheap(as in prices)
it is very educational that i brought it to school and my teacher loved it
if you dont have it get it ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Games    2. Board Games    3. Trivia   

140. Graco ComfortSport Newborn/Toddler Carseat
by Graco
Baby Product (18 April, 2005)
list price: $139.99 -- our price: $119.99
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Asin: B0007NH2LU
Sales Rank: 300
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!
I love this car seat! It seems so comfortable for my 9 month old (he is 22lbs.).It also fits great in my PT Cruiser and my Nissan Titan.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for my kids
I too have twins (20 month old boys) and this carseat is great for them. They are only in the 10th percentile so this seat will go far for us! We love the color, and it seemed the safest on the market...

WE always loved the graco name, and this carseat really does it justice!! It took my husband about 30 minutes to SECURLY install one of these seats, not too bad at all, and it really isnt too tricky if you follow the directions. Installing it foward facing was much easier and only took about 20 minutes for one seat, this is amazingly simple compared to stories I have heard about other carseats!! I can have the boys in here untill they are 40 lbs, not as much as other seats but fine for us... The straps are ridiculously easy for me or my husband to adjust, and you dont have to take off the cover. I can easily have this seat rear-facing, or foward facing, easy to reqline and to change possition too. Both of them fit very well in my Expadition and I too have one in the middle seat and one behind the passengers seat. The cover comes off really easilly, and it washes just as easily... The cover is easy to wipe up with a baby wipe for those quick fixes. The straps are very, very comfortable and they never tangle around my pettite boys bodies. Its very comfortable and I love the extra foam that some seats tend to lack, my boys always fall asleep in these seats and they are never uncomfortable, and they are never floping their heads around. The energy absorbing foam liner is really cool, and I found out its VERY safe... Even my husband said this chair is superb in saftey (he's a police officer).

You just can't get better than this Comfort SPort, I have never had another seat and boy am I glad!!

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT SEAT!
My twin boys are now 21 months old and are only in the 32nd percentile! We bought them a marathon origionally but sadly they were left on the porch when my husband and I went out (my sons were at their grandmothers) and it started to pour and the seats were totaled... Well we went out to buy a different one, because the marathon wasnt really all it was cracked up to be anyways (so we didnt really rush over to save it once it started to pour ;) ) This graco was perfect...

At the store we loved how small it looked compared to other carseats (we have to fit two in our SUV, even though its an Escolade we still wanted something small). THe colors were fabulous and my boys seemed to like it. The seat seemed to be extra padded and very comfortable, it seemed really really nice. It was easy for my husband to install in the parking lot, and it fit very snuggly. We could also have our boys in it for another year/year and 1/2, which was really important to us.

Well once home we found even more wonders of this Graco seat! First of all it must have been a god-send because our once car hating boys turned into wonderful car passengers and would sleep within minutes of being placed into this seat! Their heads didnt flop all over the place either, it was a nice smooth ride that my boys really loved. The straps are very easy to adjust, and you dont need to take off the cover to do so, and they dont get all tangly and anoying like our old seats. I can easily wipe something off of the cover for a quick clean, but it is also TOO easy to take off and throw into the wash, its amazing!! It snugly fits into the car, and there is room for one more person in the seat behind the driver! The seat also looks extremely safe in rear-facing position (we tryed it just for the sake of the review) and the added infant support would work wonders for a newborn transitioning from infant carrier to carseat or if you just placed a baby who was a few weeks old inside, it would surely be safe and comfortable.

We really thought that the MArathon wasnt "too bad" and that all carseats were like that, but this Graco ComfortSport showed us how horrible the Marathon was, and how much easier technology can make it for a parent of twin toddlers who are almost into the "terrible twos"... THANKS GRACO!!! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Gear    2. Car Seats   

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