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This is Splashin' Bucky Bath Toy, place Bucky to the side of the tub for fun water bath time action! Use the Boatcup to pour water into the bell, the water will strain down the slide creating water slide for Jake. Turn the bell over the deck of the ship and pour water into the bell to make the porthole spin. Pour water into the crowsnest and have it rain over the ship. Bucky comes with a boatcup, a Jake figure and a Tick Tock Croc Squirty to scare off Hook!
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Our 2 Year Old Loves It!
from Austin, TX
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Comments about Jake and the Neverland Pirates Splashin Bucky Bath Toy:
It is only half a ship that sticks to the tub so those who don't read the description or look at it carefully may be disappointed when it arrives. If you want a whole boat that floats in the water, the Duplo one works for that. We got this to replace that because I was sick of drying off the Duplo one every time he wanted it out of the tub (every day). He is very engaged with it. We have a couple extra figures that we added to the tub (He really wanted a Hook which this set doesn't come with.). Only reason I'm not giving it 5 stars is because the Jake figure can easily get stuck behind the slide which then requires parent intervention. I like that it sticks to the tub instead of floating because our son had taken to standing in the tub and putting the old boat on the edge which meant we were constantly telling him to sit down and grabbing things that had fallen out of the tub. I can put this boat low enough in the tub that he stays seated while playing.