What is a Bilibo? It's whatever a child wants it to be. Fill it with sand or water at the beach, use it as a snow sled, sit-and-spin, space helmet, cave for action figures, rocker, turtle shell and so much more. It's the key to unlocking imaginations!
Designed in Switzerland and made in China from durable molded plastic, this award-winning toy is a huge hit with ages 2 to 7.
Comments about Product: Bought this for Xmas for my 3 year old DD. She's barely used it. She is almost 5 now and my son is 2.5 and they barely ever use this thing. A couple of times a year they will use it to spin in, or DD will turn it over and stand on the top and jump off. But besides that it just sits around collecting dust.
Comments about Product: I bought two bilibo's for the younger grandchildren (2 and 5) and the 10 year old opened the box for me, got it out and asked if she could try it. Every day she comes over and gets it out of the box and goes and plays with it. I found a blue one in a toy store out of town and paid more than Magic Cabin's price but she will get one for Christmas, too! So I say ignore the top age limit of 7 and bump it up to at least 10 or beyond!
Comments about Product: VERY cool toy! Got it for my 2 y/o and now my 5 y/o and 10 y/o want one of their own! :) My 2 y/o mostly sits on it, spins in it, and uses it for a garage for his cars. Great for imaginative play!
Comments about Product: I bought the Bilibo for my two and six year olds. I had always been curious about Bilibos and I thought they looked interesting. I was excited when it arrived. First off, my two year old girl shows no interest in it what so ever. My six year old son was caught using it to slide down the stairs!! After telling him this was dangerous and he couldn't do it anymore, he too has lost interest. I'll sit in it and spin around and think it's hilarious. I also use it to carry items up and down the stairs. I still think it's a great, creative idea and plan on keeping it around in case the kids see it's potential some day.
Comments about Product: A gift for my four year old nephew, he loved it! Trouble was, his two year old brother loved it as well. It's best use was as an impromptu spinner, with one boy curled in and the other boy trying to make him sick. It also works as a cave for hot wheels, a helmet, a shovel in the garden, a sink for pretend shaving... the list goes on. If you normally try to avoid bright, plastic toys... make an exception for this one. You'll be glad you did.
Comments about Product: Bought it for a birthday gift first for three year old twins. The 5-9 year olds at the party were fighting over them for spinning contests on the floor or trying to stay upright when you sit in them. Ended up buying them for my own children for Christmas. One uses it to carry toys around the house, outside, whatever. Another uses it as a Barbie pool at times, or spins in it and uses all three to jump on them as "pods". The baby likes to throw balls in it and watch them spin around the inside, then he sits in it. Great product, a million uses that have not even been thought of because it is so durable and rounded. Love it!
Comments about Product: We have used the bilibos a hot pink for my daughter and a neon green for my son to sled, spin, slide on grassy hills, to shade toads, camp with figures and fairies, collect apples, berries, and vegetables, even tadpoles. We've given puppies baths, washed our dollclothes, and I can only imagine what they'll think of next. I may even have to buy my own when someday they go off to college and take their's with them!