I let her check it out added batteries and she didn’t wan na give it up. I don’t recommend handing it over the mirror scratches easily. That was disappointing. I would have never let her hold walk around with it was like 5 to 10 minutes. Anyhow, I can see her in my rear view, mirror which will be nice for road trips, Kahn, you need to supply batteries and the remote needs one cr2032 battery, not something. I keep on hand so be sure to get yourself one. I bought 2 packs, so I’d have one on hand. I’D recommend this mirror. My eight years old thinks the face is kinda creepy zany face, but she’s seen how it entertained her sister so thinks it’ll be. Okay, my daughter loves this, not sure if I just didn’t read all the details on product, but don’t forget to buy 4c batteries and a flat battery for remote baby loves it but it’s expensive Music. Most of the reviews I read said it played music. Mine only plays sound effects. The kid loves it either way she’s five months, and we put it on the side of her crib where she seems to really enjoy it. Couldn’T hear it in our diesel vehicle wish it came with the batteries needed for Operation done. Sometimes it is hard to find those tiny batteries dot, but all in all, I love the mirror and it seems to be keeping the attention of my four month old, just long enough to stop the crying during our commutes.
I absolutely love this mirror, and so does my baby girl, aside from it being super cute, the mirror itself is nice and large, enabling me to easily see baby while driving when she gets fussy. The face makes her stare in awe and wonder well worth the price and I would buy it all over again.