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Fisher Price Smart CycleWhile reading the newspaper today I found a pretty nice new toy from Fisher Price called the Smart Cycle. It looks like this toy maker learned a thing or two from Nintendo Wii Sports as this new product allows kids to lose weight behind their TV .

The Smart Cycle is a stationary bike designed for kids between 3 to 6 years old. It not only helps to fight obesity but it also helps your kid to learn, they will have to solve puzzles and riddles to advance in the game. The toy needs to be plugged into your TV and features three different play modes: Drive, Learn and Race.

Fisher Price claims kids will learn the following things by using the Smart Cycle:

  • upper & lowercase letters
  • numbers & counting
  • spelling
  • problem-solving
  • shapes
  • matching
  • creativity
  • spatial reasoning
  • motor skills & lots more!
  • The Fisher Price Smart Cycle will be available by the end of this month for $99.

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    Comment by BigMan
    2007-07-09 22:57:29
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    Make one in adult size 🙂

    2007-07-09 23:11:15
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    Perhaps such a device could be branded as “the virtual Tour de France” experience 😛

    Comment by ms danielle
    2007-07-10 03:08:28
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    hahaa!! they really should make one for adults. this truly is a “smart toy”

    Comment by ms danielle
    2007-07-10 03:11:49
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    here’s the link if anyone’s interested. http://www.fisher-price.com/us/products/product.asp?id=39972
    it’s pretty cheaP! only $100… i’d actually consider buying this for nieces/nephews/friends’ kids, etc. great post!

    2007-07-10 03:24:26
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    Thanks, I forgot to add the product page link to the article 🙂

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