Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 8
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bluebird Great Music
My one year old niece received this as a gift and it's a lot of fun. She loves the music that it plays, although it took her a while to catch on to having to push Sebastian to get the music to start. Like another reviewer mentioned, Cinderella's coach plays music simply when it gets moved, rather than requiring a button to be pushed, which perhaps makes that vehicle easier for younger children to use. But this is an adorable and unique coach for Ariel and Eric with lively music that makes it a fun accessory for the Disney princess sets.
September 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by AKLolly Cute buggy
This is a very sweet buggy that my daughter will pile little people in and push along. It's a great addition to our collection.
April 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Genesislm Fun & Easy Toy to Play With
This is the perfect toy if you own the Songs Castle. My granddaughter loves to pretend she is taking Ariel to the castle. No assembly! Colors are bright and she loves the music it plays.
March 4, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by disneymom27 I wish this was more like Cinderella's Coach
I love the look of this product! I think it is super cute with the sea horse and Sebastian. However, my daughter tends to play more with Cinderella's Coach because that makes noise when you move it as opposed to having to hit a button.
Like other reviewers said, don't bother with watching the sea horse 'swim' it really doesn't happen. But since my daughter doesn't know it's supposed to do anything she's not really disappointed that it doesn't. And I agree with other reviewers that Eric and Ariel don't sit well in it- they constantly fall over, but it doesn't seem to subtract from her fun.
Oh and just as a small aside: I wish that Eric was in his non formal outfit. They have the formal one in the 2 pack with Ariel in a wedding gown, and since the only time he wears his formal attire is when he is getting married, it would have been nice to see him in the outfit he is in for 95% of the movie.
January 9, 2014