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<p><strong>Fisher-Price Discover n' Grow Go n' Glow Musical Turtle</strong></p><p>The Go n' Glow Musical Turtle is a portable musical soother that can be used on a play yard wall, on a dresser top and on many cribs (with thin rails). This Turtle is compact enough to slip in a diaper bag which will allow Mom to bring soothing comfort anywhere baby goes. There is an off / low / high button allowing Mom to choose the volume level for the music. A gentle push on the turtle's shell will turn on the soft glowing light. Pressing the shell again will start the music. When the music mode is selected the light will gently fade after 5 minutes. The music will play for a total of 15 minutes. </p><ul><li>Product Dimensions: 6.5 by 4.5 by 3</li><li>Recommended Ages: 0 months - 24 months</li></ul>
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Comments about Go N' Glow Musical Turtle:
In addition to the play yard this turtle fits well on our daughter's crib. She relaxes and falls asleep to it every night. We recently went on a 2 week trip to two different cities (lots of flying time). We were able to bring this with us since it is compact enough to pack. Each place we arrived we'd put the turtle light/music on for bedtime and it created as much of a home-like atmosphere as possible. Even though we were in strange rooms she heard the familiar sounds and wound down very well.
We've found the lullabies on this machine are more effective for our daughter than the ambient noise products.
Now that she's gotten a bit more mobile she's figured out how to turn it on and off herself. The turtle has held up very well to the additional abuse!