Fisher-Price Hippo Cuddle Projection Soother £12.50 (was £28.69) @ Argos

Fisher-Price Hippo Projection Soother £12.50

Argos have dropped this Fisher-Price Hippo Cuddle Projection Soother down to less than half price, making it just £12.50 down from £28.69 so it's a great bargain buy for your little one.

You just pop the hippo pal in baby's room and it will project starry lights and 30 minutes of calming lullaby music, nature sounds or white noise to help baby drift off to sleep.

You'll get the best effect if you pop it up somewhere like a table top or dresser as the lights will then go on to the ceiling so that baby can see them.

It's battery operated so you don't need to worry about finding a spare plug for it amongst the rest of the baby equipment and you can move it around the room as you need.

Reserve and collect is free, or home delivery costs £3.95.

TOPICS:   Baby Gear   Sleeping


  • Samantha F.

    Perfect click and collect xxx

  • Yvonne M.

    Yes looks amazing love xxx

  • Cecilia R.

    I have something similar for him and I put it on at night time x

  • Hayley G.

    Both my boys have something similar to this. They love it. It's on every night :heart_eyes: x

  • Laura N.

    Oohh...this looks good :thumbsup:

  • Lucy W.

    My little one just plays with the buttons on this. Ewan the sheep is the one that settles her! x

  • Josie R.

    Ooo I like this! Might get him it

  • Lynsey D.

    Ano Noah would love that f

  • Kayleigh B.

    Yes this is the type of thing xxx

  • Emma M.

    We have something similar to this for Charlotte. It got her into a good nighttime routine x

  • Sacha B.

    The hippo works a treat. Just costs a small fortune in batteries :joy:

  • Shakira F.

    Might buy her one of those actually x

  • Jemma H.

    Got a tortoise that lights up ceiling but got an owl than sings twinkle twinkle and glows that she loves. She’s done 8 hours for last three days so hoping she’s cracked it now!

  • Claire S.

    We just got one that projects funnily enough :relaxed:

  • Louise C.

    Do the stars move i have a similar one bit the stars are stationary so he isn't that bothered x

  • Karen H.

    Oh, not sure. Elsie’s stars don’t move but she is happy with that. She has started to take a dummy now at night :smiley:

  • Louise C.

    Maybe i should try again i thought it was to late!

  • Lisa A.

    Oh I like all the stars projecting. I got him a wee lamb thing last week to try x x x x x

  • Nicola C.

    Just ordered one thank u!!

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