Gowi Toys 559-41 Watermill for Bath
Watermill for Bath.
Age 1+ years.
Height: 420mm, Width: 240mm, Depth: 120mm.
Gowi toys are ideal for play at home, in the garden and on the beach.
Gowi toys are manufactured to strict safety standards using bright, bold colours and encourage early childhood development.
With lots of moving parts, this Watermill will keep your little one entertained at bathtime as they pour water into the funnel and watch in delight as the brightly coloured cogs spin around and the tipper in the middle filters water left and right. Age 1+ years. Height: 420mm, Width: 240mm, Depth: 120mm.
Gowi has been producing toys since 1958. Our range of toys are ideal for play at home, in the garden and on the beach. Designed in Austria, Gowi toys are manufactured to strict safety standards using bright, bold colours and encourage early childhood development.
1 x Watermill for Bath
1. Bought for my 1yr old daughter but immediately monopolised by my 2½ yr old son. This watermill has been an icecream maker, a coffee machine and a petrol pump, amongst many other things in my son's bath time games. Both kids fascinated watching the wheels turn and working out how much / how fast to pour to get the wheels spinning fast. Very well built, suckers very strong, never fallen or slipped at all. Would definitely recommend.
2. Bought this for the centre where I work and the kids love it. They now spend much longer in the bath playing with this and other bath toys I purchased.
3. When I tried to attach the toy to the bath, the suckers were useless and it kept falling off. I called Bigjigs customer service who were lovely and sent some replacements straight away with no questions asked. They arrived within a week and it now works perfectly. Excellent customer service and brilliant toy!
4. Fascinating bathtime entertainment for a youngster! It attaches to the bath side by three sucker pads, two near the bottom and one near the top, so consider the depth of the vertical plane of your bath for fixing those to and how much water you fill the bath with to be sure that the lower wheels are not impeded. Fill the hopper with water (it leaks a bit but not spoiling the effect), open the sliding vent and the cascade of water spins the top wheel, fills the see-sawing tub and then spins the lower wheels. No issues for the investigating child's fingers though you may have the full time occupation of topping up the hopper to keep the action going for the younger child..........but we do these things for them, don't we?!!!
5. My 9 month old son is fascinated by this colourful and robust toy; fully supervised of course, but then again all his bath time is fully supervised.
It sticks firmly, with its 3 suckers on the back, to the inside of the bath for him to be able to interact with it or to the tiled wall (if you want it higher). He is pretty rough with it and doesn't manage to pull it off the suckers. He does manage to pull the top green funnel off very occasionally (trying to see where the water is going in), but it clips back in simply enough and he doesn't break it. The top water wheel gets up some speed, but when his little fingers go exploring it stops without resistance.
A brilliant purchase which holds back the occasional tears of a tired bath time baby!
6. I bought this for when the grandchildren come to stay. They love it! Now my daughter - seeing how much her baby enjoyed it - has bought one for home too. Good fun!
7. My 2 year old loves this. As soon as i showed him what to do, he was chucking jugs of water into the top soaking the place. He does not really understand pouring slowly for optimum effect, but he is young. I would make the suckers wet and stick it to the bath when not in use so it dries somewhat and gets a good grip as it can slip when attaching whilst using the bath.