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Combi iPod bouncer sets them on the right musical path

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posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 01:32 PM
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Combi iPod Baby Bouncer

When starting a child, you have to remember that this thing will eventually go out into the world and represent you - if that child gets down to Duran Duran, it's not going to reflect well on you. The key is to catch 'em young.

This baby bouncer has an iPod mount at the rear, which will pipe the music to the child, as well as vibrate the chair in time to the music. It's a little bit like sticking them next to the speaker at a NIN gig, but slightly less harmful for their baby ears (although how cute are the babies at festivals with those ear guards on?). That way, you can counter the inevitable nursery rhyme dross they get at playschool with some quality tunes.

$79 from Think Geek



Oh wow! I wonder when the first court case for this causing whip lash will be?
I don't think I have a comment on this as of yet.




posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 01:40 PM
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just an oppinion, does a baby need an ipod? the music is good for babies as i know but a baby wouldn`t even know what it is even less use it...



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 01:41 PM
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I feel sorry for kids who have "dad rock" imposed on them when there is great new music around . In fact , I feel sorry for the dads who are stuck in "their time " . Switch off mtv and the likes and head for the indie sections . try "oh desperate youth" on myspace . Shameless plug !



posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 02:02 PM
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Hahaha. I don't feel bad at all for my little one. She usually has oldies that are so old I wouldn't even listen to them, blasting in her room.
Your dad listened to some pretty tasteless stuff?

Not directed to longdog...

Ah, to be old enough to choose your own music...


Hey, I heard oldies help develop their intelligence.. Classicals, Beethoven, etc ?

iPod though? I don't see much reason to spend too much on anything for a really young one. They grow out of everything sooooo quick.



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