Product Type: ELC baby toys
Newest Review: ... in the window' and 'london bridge is falling down as well as 'yankee doodle'. There are 10 tunes in total but the button has to be pre... more
Nice handheld keys that can be chewed!!
ELC Musical Keys
Member Name: cheryl326
ELC Musical Keys
Advantages: Colourful, chunky, plays tunes
My daughter got these as a christmas present when she was 4 months old, there is a house at the top with the button on which when pressed plays a nursery rhyme tune (not all of which i recognise) but include 'how much is that doggy in the window' and 'london bridge is falling down as well as 'yankee doodle'. There are 10 tunes in total but the button has to be pressed after each one has finished to play another one. Coming off of the house is a loop with 3 keys on it, these have plastic tops and softer plastic key ends. These keys are bright and colourful, there are block colours all over the set of keys, red, blue, yellow, green, blue and black. On the keys there are 3 small bobbles which offer a variety of texture which are in a different colour to stand out.
My daughter loved these keys initially as they played music for her, as she got more able to hold them they became one of her favourite things, the soft ends of the keys were great for her to chew on and she also chewed the top of the house.
I always pictured my baby with a set of toy keys and these are great, they are a lovely small set which are very portable and as they became a favourite were easy to take with us wherever we went.
Summary: A lovely set of first keys for baby
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