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I received the product as part of a promotion from the brand and it is a lot of fun. It took a little bit of time to set it up. Tiny screws and bolt to work with. So, I wouldn't suggest a kid under 9 be responsible for putting it together. Once it's setup, it is loads of fun. The robot can dance. So we put on the "Shake it off" song and had a good half an hour fun just watching the robot dance. The pre-recorded voice on the robot is so cute. You can ask it yet or no questions and it answer. I gave it a 4 out of 5 just because it was a little difficult to put it together.
I recently received this back seat baby mirror and I love it. It comes all in one piece when you remove it from the box. It is a nice large mirror which is great because a lot of rear view mirror can tend to be on the small side. This one is nice and large which is great because it makes it easier to see more easily in the backseat. This mirror fits easily on the head rest of the seat you strap your baby into. It has clasps on it that make it install in less then a minute!!! Once you attach it to the seat you are then able to move the mirror around to get it in the right position for you to see well from where you are sitting. I was a little worried that this mirror may be made with cheap material but it seems to be made very sturdy and strong and does not seem like it would break very easily. I trust that this will be a great mirror and will hold up for a very long time and through multiple children. I received this mirror at a discount in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. I gave this mirror a five out of five stars because I feel like it is made well and will do exactly what it is intended to do. It is very easy to install and adjusts easily to fit all different car situations. I would definitely recommend this to someone wanting to keep track of their child in the backseat.
So, I'm looking to spend $40,000 on a tv, but I can't decide whether I should buy this one, or just buy 40 regular 50-inch TVs and combine them into one huge mega-tv. I'm hoping maybe someone has tried both and could offer me some advice.