Bobble bee comes with six play features which keeps baby busy with the bee. It suctions to any smooth, flat surface. The friendly face and bright colors grab baby's attention.
Munchkin Bobble BeeThis toy is the bee's knees! This colorful creative toy offers endless play possibilities. Make the head bobble up and down, spin the wings, roll the belly and listen to all the different sounds. The durable suction cup base keeps it secure when you set it on a high chair or table top. Or you can remove it from the base and use it as a hand-held activity toy. No matter how you play with it, this interactive bee is a real honey!
My baby, at five months, instantly started pulling the bee out of the base, so there is no way it can be used as a highchair toy which was why I purchased it. However, if I hold it in front of him he does like to play with this toy.
If looking for a highchair toy, I wouldn't get this one. Sassy brand has good ones that baby doesn't instantly pull out of the base.
I just sprinkle a bit of water on the bottom of the suction cup from my son's sippy cup when this toy looses suction and it sticks well enough that he can't pull it off --- That is after I put a little strip of duct tape to hold the toy into the suction cup part. I think they made it so it can come apart so that kids can play with it separately - which doesn't suit our purposes since I just want it to stick on his high chair tray - and it does ......now. ;) - I still recommend!
I bought this for my daughter and although she does like to play with the bee, it definitely does not stay put in the base. She had it out almost instantly when she tried to pull it towards her to put it in her mouth.
The base is pretty much useless, but it does keep her entertained.
Fairly useless, because it doesn't stick. I like the "sassy" fascination one much better. Although, my infant twins do seem interested in the toy even though it doesn't stick, it's rather big and heavy and is hard plastic. They've conked themselves on the head with it more than once, so we don't really use it.