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Major Bath-Time Fun

  • Jun 20, 2010
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+5
The Yookidoo is great bath time fun - better yet, kids of all ages will love it (well up to a point). The concept of the Yookidoo fountain is pretty basic it has an opening at the bottom with a small pump. The pump circulates the water to the top and fountain is put into motion (it will make more sense once you see the video). Our daughter loves playing with her Yookidoo even if it is mainly to try to find ways to drink the water!

Things we like -

- It is very quiet - if it wasn't for the falling water you wouldn't even know it was on
- A variety of cups to catch the water (see the video)
- Suction cups work great for attaching to the bath tub.
- Seems to be high quality (so far) we have used it daily for about 1 month.

Areas for improvement

- It is a minor complaint, but it might be nice if it was a little bigger

Final Verdict- I can't imagine any child that wouldn't enjoy the Yookidoo fountain. You can buy this with confidence.

5 Stars

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August 04, 2010
That is so cute! Thanks for the review :) I think my 18 month old daughter would love this! Right now all she plays with at bath time is her Original Rubber Duck and some Schleich toys. 
 
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The International Playthings Yookidoo Flow N' Fill Spout is an automatic play spout that attaches to the tub and offers so many ways to play. Water is drawn up and through the spout creating an endless stream. Use three different activity tumblers to play with the water as it falls- create a shower with one and turn a propeller with another. The third tumbler features a hidden friend inside who floats to the surface when filled with water - peek-a-boo. Use the tumblers individually or stack them and watch the water run through all three at once. Swiveling arm holds the tumblers and can be placed directly under the stream or pushed off to the side. The spout swivels, too. Easy for kids to turn on and off by themselves- just press the face.
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