Look who's talking now! This adorable, classic pull toy has a friendly face and eyes that move as baby pulls it along on sturdy wheels. It'll get them chatting-and strolling-like a pro!
Moms and dads of all ages fondly remember this classic pull-toy. Now your own preschooler can enjoy chatting on this phone that features a friendly face and eyes that playfully move up and down when the phone is pulled along. Every youngster wants to play with a telephone, dial up friends, both real and make-believe, and chatter away.
- See how the fun develops
- Social Skills Encourages speech as they talk into the phone by imitating words and phrases they've heard
- Imaginative Skills Early role play as they pretend to talk
- Classic pull toy with a friendly face
- Eyes that move up and down when the toy is pulled along
Fisher-Price Toddlerz Chatter Telephone
Fisher-Price Toddlerz Chatter Telephone Reviews
49 of 50 people found the following review helpful:
Awkward to play with,
= Durability: = Fun: = Educational:
This review is from: Fisher-Price Toddlerz Chatter Telephone (Toy)I was excited when I first bought this toy for my little one, because I had one when I was a child. I'll say one thing about it, it's cute and it looks like the old one, and it's durable. Most Fisher Price toys can withstand alot of abuse. But it's not as playable as the old one.
First of all, the original was made of wood of course, and this one is plastic, but no problem with that, just thought I would mention that to anyone who thought it was exactly like the old one.
The reason it's awkward for children to play with is because the reciever cord is very very short. The child will practically have to hold the whole phone up to his ear.
Whoever said that their child had the coiled cord wrapped around their neck was either lying trying for a lawsuit, or they had an actual older version. There is no way the coiled cord is going to wrap around anyone's neck unless it was a Barbie doll's neck. I'm assuming they shortened it for safety reasons. Okay, I understand that,... Read more
20 of 20 people found the following review helpful:
The same old thing,
By A Customer
This review is from: Fisher-Price Toddlerz Chatter Telephone (Toy)There is nothing special about this toy. The dial is too hard for tiny fingers to manipulate, and the cord for the handset is so short that the child has to pick up the entire toy to "make a call". There are better options.
34 of 38 people found the following review helpful:
Very little value,
By A Customer
= Durability: = Fun: = Educational:With all the neat play phones on the market, this toy could only hold the interest of the 1 year old crowd, if that. And you can't even drag it around like when I was a child, because for safety, the strings are too short.
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