Little Tikes Tap A Tune Xylophone
Little Tikes Tap A Tune Xylophone
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Colorful chimes produce a full octave of tones on this Tap a Tune Xylophone. Its wheels and handle let children use it as a fun pull toy. A molded-in recess on the top holds music cards, and there's an easy-to-hold striker attached.
|Product Length:||4.25 inches|
|Product Width:||16.25 inches|
|Product Height:||7.25 inches|
|Product Weight:||0.01 pounds|
|Package Length:||17.4 inches|
|Package Width:||8.11 inches|
|Package Height:||4.09 inches|
|Package Weight:||2.07 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 79 reviews|
This 8 key, 8 color keyboards introduces your child to music in fun and easy way
Smooth rounded corners for safety – no sharp edges
Provides creative, cause and effect play
Cord attachment keeps the mallet from getting lost
Sparks an early interest in music
|Average Customer Review: ( 79 customer reviews )
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92 of 96 found the following review helpful:
There are better xylopones May 20, 2002
By Water Monkey
Our daughter has three xylophones (don't asky why) and this one has the poorest sound quality of the three (granted one is a nice wooden xylophone). The sound is very tingy and the notes do not sustain very long after impact. The hammer is very light and bends easily.
If you want a cheap xylophone for your child, I would recommend the "2-in-1 Crocodile Keys Musical Instrument" by Fisher Price. We have one of these and our daughter loves it.
17 of 17 found the following review helpful:
A Toy that will be enjoyed for years Nov 04, 2002
I can honestly say my son has been playing with this toy for 3 years. Many of the toys he got as a baby have been packed away but not this one. I love the fact that the stricker is attached with the string so it won't get lost. A bonus is if you turn it upside down there are ridges which make a great sound when the stricker is rubbed across them. I do wish the string was longer, so it could be played from either side and if it was attached at the end it could be used to pull the toy instead of using the handle. We lost the cards with the songs on them almost right away and I found them hard to use so we never really used them. But this toy was great anyway and I would highly reccommend it.
15 of 17 found the following review helpful:
nice toy for a small child Jul 23, 2000
This is a nice size product for a small child. I bought it for my 18 month old and she really likes it. It is smaller than the other brands but it has more notes than most. The hammer to strike the notes is attached so you dont have to look for it. and it has a handle so it can be carried from room to room which is what my daught does all the time I think itis a good buy
16 of 19 found the following review helpful:
Hideously out of tune! May 16, 2003
My husband and I bought this for our 8 month old who enjoys banging on things to further introduce her to music. She has mostly enjoyed banging on the keys with other objects but does use the striker some as well. We were very upset when we played our first notes on it as it is painfully out of tune. Fine for banging, but buy another brand if you care about music!
9 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Kids love it Apr 03, 2002
OK, you're saying, not another noisy toy for my kids to drive me nuts with, but this one is not as bad as many. First of all, it's not electronic, secondly, it's quieter than a lot of other toys. And besides, my kids have loved it. Every toddler who comes over enjoys playing with it. We lost the hammer a long time ago, but my kids have found other things that work just as well, a honey dipper for instance. Worth the money as we've had it for 5-6 years and it's still going strong.
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