Infantino introduces Go Gaga baby gym

The new Go Gaga Twist & Fold Tropical Gym features detachable toys and an innovative twist and fold mechanic.

Suitable from birth, the soft play space encourages new skills including visual tracking, reaching, tummy time and rolling. The mat comes with linkable characters including a lion, flamingo, and tropical bird.

Also included with the tropical leaf-inspired mat, is a peekaboo mirror and a bolster pillow to support tummy time. The mirror and toys are detachable and can be re-attached to a stroller or car seat for play on the go.

Designed with a clever twist and fold mechanic, the mat is easy to collapse and compact when packed down, making it easy to store or take to friends and family’s houses. The Go Gaga Twist & Fold Tropical Gym is safe and BPA free.

Nivi Bhide, Infantino’s director of marketing Europe, commented: “We are thrilled to be adding another imaginative playmat into our range and are super happy with the jungle inspired design, sure to put a smile on little ones’ faces. Parents will also love this nifty compact fold to ensure entertainment and some tropical pals are never far away.”


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