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LEKA Baby gym, birch/multicolour

Price £ 29

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The equipment in this gym comprises of colourful toys that your baby will want to play with. Fun training that helps your baby develop hand-eye coordination.

Article Number701.081.77

Product details

Reaching out for toys stimulates the baby's development of eye-hand coordination.

Sharp contrasts that are easy for a baby to see.

Movement and sharp contrasts stimulate the baby's eyesight.


Francis Cayouette

Weight & measurements

Width: 55 cm

Height: 43 cm


Perfect compact gymVerified ReviewerWe don't have a lot of space and loved how compact (and cute) this is. We also liked that the dangling toys can easily be removed and used as separate toys and that you can tie or slide other things through the slots. We used that feature to rotate in scarves, bells, and prisms. At 8 months my babe has outgrown this. We have it against the wall for now for him to pull up on, but it's not very steady. Highly recommend for parents who want a calm but still stimulating home environment5
IKEA opted for Plastic from wood 🥲Verified ReviewerWas hugely disappointed seeing this toy arch/baby gym sold with plastic dangling things. It was such a favourite in our house. I hope there will be a lot of customers unhappy with this change and the design will be reversed.2
Baby exercise gameVerified ReviewerI bought this for my 5 months old granddaughter who has had so much fun playing with it. She was able to grab it and move the items from side to side without fear of it falling over. Very well made and lovely colours. I would definitely recommend this toy. It is also excellent value for money.5
AmazingVerified ReviewerMy baby loves this so much. He’s now 6m old but I’ve used it from birth and will get a few more months out of it yet. He loved laying under it and grabbing for the hanging parts and once able to sit was sitting next to it and spinning the sides. Now that he’s just crawling he wants to pull himself up on it - it’s not actually stable enough for this without you holding it, but it’s a perfect height for him to hold to practice standing. Once he is older I’ll use it as a tunnel to crawl through5
My baby loved it !Verified ReviewerShe can’t stop playing with it!5
Perfect baby sensory entertainmentVerified ReviewerPerfect for baby to use sensory skills, easy to assemble, extremely well made & value for money5
Good baby toyVerified ReviewerSturdy toy, easy to move around to where it is needed. Colourful and eyecatching.5
Fantastic baby gymVerified ReviewerMy 4 month old loves this. The colour and the noise it makes.5
Lovely itemVerified ReviewerBought it for my daughter for Christmas. She loves it, it seems really well made and a great price.5
Bright colours and great sound stimulationVerified ReviewerThis is brilliant for keeping my son occupied in his bouncer. Sturdy frame looks like it will help when he tries to stand in a few months5
LEKA Baby gym, birch/multicolour

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