Fisher Price Peek a Boo Piano Reviews
Product Type: Fisher Price baby toys
Description:Brand: Fisher Price / Age: 6 months / Gently flapping wings, softly paced lights, and up to 10 minutes of continuous music offer the right stimulation. Then as baby learns to kick, he'll be rewarded with peek-a-boo play, music and lights. Baby can rattle the ... more
Newest Review: ... that flap slowly to the music.This feature is what made me fall in love with this item.There are also lights that flash as ... more
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Customer Fisher Price Peek a Boo Piano Reviews (3)
by - written on 26/10/08 (Very useful, 96 readings)
Before i was even pregnant first time round while out shopping with a friend i had spotted this toy and fell in love it was sooo cute !! I knew when i had a baby this was going to be a definite buy...... The Piano is turquoise blue in colour on the outside and is fabric covered at the front but plastic at the back.The keys on the piana are fabric covered and are black and white like on a normal piano.On one of the keys there is a blue butterfly.At the top of the piano there is a yellow chick which has dangly feet and also wings that flap slowly to the music.This feature is what made me fall in love with this item.There are also lights that flash as the music ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/08 (Useful, 66 readings)
My daughter received this as a Christmas present from her grandparents last year when she was 5 months old. The piano can be attached to the cot, or used as a floor toy one baby is old enough to sit. There are three different modes, using a switch on the back. You can have continuous music playing, or have it set for music to play when baby presses or kicks the piano keys. When the keys are pressed the little bird says "peek-a-boo" and flaps his wings (this can get annoying after a while!) There are a selection of different tunes, although my daughter always seemed to kick the same key, playing the same tune over and over. My only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/07 (Very useful, 122 readings)
Fisher Price Miracles & Milestone - Peek a Boo Piano Even though Jack is now only approaching his tenth week of life I seem to already have a whole room full of toys for him. To be honest I am a big kid at heart and just can’t wait to play with him properly and for his to really appreciate my love of his toys!!! Not only have I sent a lot of money on toys we have had quite a few things bought for us from my parent and my other half’s parents. This Peek a Boo Piano from Fisher Price is one of the few toys that Jack can really appreciate now and plays with on a regular basis. It was one that my partners mum bought for ... Read the complete review
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