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Rattling Jittery Pal - Elephant/Lion

Loveable linkable pal with fun sounds, bright colors and silly jitters! Made in China.

  • Links to car seats, strollers and activity gyms
  • Easy to grasp and fun to pull
  • Includes Elephant and Lion characters
  • Infantino product number: 206-222
Recommended Age: 0m & up
Product Number: 620330
Dimensions: 6.75 H 3.75 W 11.50 D
Weight: 0.20 lbs
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Little one loves to play and shake toy!

By Ron

from Rochester, NY

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  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Easy To Use
  • Good Value
  • Lightweight
  • Quality Construction


    Best Uses

    • Everyday Use
    • Travel

    Comments about Step2 Rattling Jittery Pal - Elephant/Lion:

    My son loves to take this in the car and had loved it since he was 2 months! At 11 months he still plays with it - shaking it and pulling on it!

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    Rattling Jittery Pal - Elephant/Lion
    Already Asked: 2 Questions, 2 Answers
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    Chelsia E: Had one for my other 3 kids. Got lost for #4 but we've missed it too much...need another one since he's 4 months old now:) These are the BEST car-seat toys! Nov 14, 2013
    Melissa H asked: Do the legs pull down and stretch out? Dec 15, 2013
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    Step2Staff: The legs do not stretch out. When your little one pulls the body of the animal, it lowers from the ring attachment and then jitters back up. Dec 16, 2013
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