Review: Fisher-Price Grow-to-Pro Triple Hit Baseball

We have owned some Fisher-Price products when my son was a baby and they were all great quality wise. I honestly was under the impression that Fisher-Price had only stuff for babies. Somehow never checked out what they had for toddlers and up. Maybe it was because they had such awesome products for babies, I considered them "specialists" in baby toys.

Fisher-Price sent me this Triple Hit Baseball for review and it is not just for toddlers but can be used for many years, as they grow.

Requires 4 “D” batteries. 

Age Grading for Product: 3 years +

Three fun ways to play help kids learn to hit like a pro. Beginners hit from the tee. When they're ready for a little more challenge, a simple adjustment converts this battery-powered trainer to pop-up pitch play for rookies: balls automatically pop-up from the base, one after another! And for pros, the trainer auto-pitches 3 balls from up to 10 feet away. Includes battery-powered trainer, bat and 3 balls. 

This toy promises loads of fun and if you have more than 1 child, they can team up and take turns to play together. It will be a toy which can be used to promote team spirit and you can even make boundaries and points with distance.  It will help your child to take out all the energy and hit the ball really well and watch that ball fly all the way! Super- hit ! Little Baseball fans will feel proud of themselves for hitting like a pro. My only regret is that it comes only with 3 balls. It would be so much more fun to add 3 more balls without adding to the price! Hubby is usually happy to see toys that come with batteries and this one didn't. So we waited for a few weeks, until we got the right size for this as we did not have them at home.They are a slightly bigger size. 

Since this has different levels, it can be used for a few years as your child grows.At $29.99, a great choice for a child and his/her siblings!

(Disclaimer: Thanks to Fisher-Price and the PR firm  for sending me the featured product for review purpose. I was not monetarily compensated for this review. Please note that all opinions expressed here are my own and the review was not influenced by the Sponsor in any way.)


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