The cover is machine washable, which is great since many babies spit up during tummy time. It's not very thick. I think it could be a little thicker to be softer without being dangerous for a baby who might put his face down in it. But considering that babies only spend 10-15 minutes on tummy time a day, its not that big of a deal. Jaxon is a little old for tummy time at this point, but I still put him on this several days in a row and he didn't seem to mind at all, so this might be something that mommies notice but babies don't.
The mirror is great- Jaxon loves it. I only wish it was slightly larger so he could see more of his face. In addition to the mirror, there is one toy attached to the toy bar, and a small music box that can lay down beside or in front of the baby. Jaxon likes the music box. Because it is not attached, he has played with it a lot. It's easy for him to turn on by himself. It has a 1, 5, and 10 minute timer, which is nice when you are trying to make sure your baby gets enough tummy time each day. Set the timer for 10 minutes and when the music goes off, you'll know he's had enough time on his stomach.
The only issue I have with the Right Angle Tummy Time Triangle is the cost. At $34.99, it's a little on the high side for a device that a baby can only use for a couple of months. After being used for tummy time, the music box can still be used in the car or crib or just to play with. The mirror and dangling toy can also be used to attach to a stroller or car seat strap or just to be held and played with. And if your baby is creative like Jaxon, he or she will use the Triangle as a little ramp to crawl up and over the edge.
My overall opinion is that for a baby who detests tummy time, the Triangle could be a lifesaver and well worth it's $34.99.
Jaxon is 4 days away from being 8 months old. , but I thought this was a neat toy before I ever found out they were sending me one.