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Tiny Love SA

Tummy Time Mobile Entertainer

Regular price R 630.00 ZAR
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Turning tummy time into fun time with an innovative and engaging tummy time mobile
that doubles as an on-the-go toy. The upside-down revolution!

LEARN MORE FROM OUR EXPERTS! Our products are carefully conceived to support babies' growth and development. Scroll down to our 7 Developmental Wonders and Age Tips to learn how you can use this product to encourage your baby's development.

Age Tips

0-2 months - SENSES & EQ
Place mobile at the appropriate distance from baby (around 25cm away) and let them enjoy the engaging sound and movement while in tummy time, helping them gradually stay in the position a little longer. When you leave the house, take the mobile along so baby can enjoy the comfort of a familiar toy.


2-4 months - GROSS MOTOR SKILLS
Set the entertainer on tapping mode and let baby try and prompt the fun audio and visual feedback by tapping the toy while in tummy time. This will encourage baby to reach out and try over and over again, strengthening important muscles.


4-6 months - FINE & GROSS MOTOR SKILLS
As babies become more comfortable spending time on their tummies, they will be able to lean on one hand while playing and moving the mobile with the other. Make sure to position the mobile within baby's reach.


6+ months - COGNITION
When babies have mastered sitting up, they can continue to enjoy the toy's features, marveling and the charming sound and lights feedback they create, which will help them grasp the idea of cause and effect, or the fun peek-a-boo window, which will help them understand the idea of object permanence.

Modes of Use

Music & Lights
With 30 minutes of uninterrupted melodies and color entertainment.


Tapping Mode
For stimulating developmental feedback.


Silent Mode
For a calming, soothing way to play and explore.

The Tests our Products Undergo

Each toy is submitted to a specially certified lab where it is put through a rigorous series of tests to make sure it complies to the tested standard for that particular type of toy.

Mechanical hazards test: Tests the safety and sturdiness of a toy including making sure that there are no sharp edges, small parts, sharp points, pinching or puncture hazards etc. which may harm a child. Flammability tests: Tests the burn rate of certain materials and make sure they are within the standard's requirements. Lead content tests: Make sure the product meets the lead content requirement of the CPSC "ban of lead-containing paint and certain consumer products bearing lead-containing paint." Heavy metals analysis tests: Make sure that there are no toxic levels of certain elements present in the toy. Labeling and age grading requirements: Products are evaluated to make sure that packaging and products are appropriately labeled with respect to minimum age for intended use and any special warnings, which may apply to that particular type of toy.