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Baby Einstein Count and Discover Treasure Chest


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  • All 3 modes, counting, shapes and colors, can be selected in English, Spanish or French
  • In shape or color mode, the chest reads the coin and says it aloud to baby
  • In counting mode, the chest counts as each coin is added to the chest
  • The lid is easily opened to retrieve the coins and features classical melodies and fun ocean reward sounds
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Technical Details
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions10.5 x 10.5 x 6.6 inches
UPC074451905825
Item model number90582
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Target genderUnisex
Batteries requiredYes
Battery life6 hours
  
Additional Information
ASINB007700RWW
Best Sellers Rank #58,230 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  
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This adorable treasure combines classic put and take play with the fun of the ocean and introduces baby to counting, shapes and colors in 3 languages. All 3 modes, counting, shapes and colors, can be selected in English, Spanish or French. In shape or color mode, the chest reads the coin and says it aloud to baby. In counting mode, the chest counts as each coin is added to the chest. The lid is easily opened to retrieve the coins and features classical melodies and fun ocean reward sounds.

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Customer Reviews

The volume is also very low on it, it can be hard to hear.
swimmingqueen
My daughter as a blast putting the coins in the slot, but has trouble when trying to open the chest to get the coins out.
Andrea R Kellim
It's a huge flaw, and I worry about my son hurting himself with this toy somehow.
Skullinane

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Skullinane on May 4, 2013
We bought this for our son while we were out shopping one day. It has several different coins of varying colors with shapes on them. The chest recognizes which color/shape is being inserted, and will speak that color/shape back to the infant. Whether or not an infant finds this toy to be a fun activity is unknown to me. You see, this toy has a huge design flaw that makes playing with it virtually impossible.

All of the electronics are stored in the lid, making the toy very top heavy. Opening the chest to retrieve the coins inside is virtually impossible for an infant, and difficult for an adult. When my uncoordinated son attempts to open the lid, it simply topples over. Every time. You need to keep a sturdy hand on the base to keep the lid open, which is not going to happen with an infant. It bores him, and it frustrates me. I don't understand why, in 2013, toy engineers would think this design was okay to go to market.

I suppose it's okay if you just dump the coins out, but what infant is going to be able to dump this out, and then return it to a standing position? This things spends more time upside down on my floor anyway.

I'm no engineer, but the first thing that comes to mind is placing the electronics on the bottom. I'm sure that there is some technical or cost-reduction reason for this design decision, but it was made at the cost of the consumer in this regard. They could have even made the bottom heavier to even out the weight distribution, but they didn't.

It's a huge flaw, and I worry about my son hurting himself with this toy somehow. We've been very pleased with the line of Baby Einstein toys, so it's disappointing to see this poorly designed thing on store shelves. I don't normally feel ripped off, but I genuinely wish I could get my money back on this poorly designed thing.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By TXFireFighter on July 19, 2012
Make no mistake, this is a colorful toy that was created with good intentions. It has some neat music and some parts light up.

However, major design flaws outweigh any positives. First, the toy is extremely top heavy. This makes it prone to being knocked over backward and providing it with good potential energy...should it be placed precariously on the edge of a piece of furniture (as toddlers have a propensity to do). Second, the lid barely even opens...unless the lid comes off the main body, which it is prone to do. This, of course, spills the contents and requires an adult to put it back on. Third, the coin-recognition mechanism makes errors, as it judges based on coin size. As with toddlers, sometimes the coin isn't put perfectly into the slot, and it thinks the coin is wider than it really is.

This toy REALLY needs to be re-designed. Make the bottom heavier, allow the box to actually open, and refine how the chest recognizes a coin.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Wyllow on May 11, 2012
What a shame that baby einstein, a brand that promises (overtly or otherwise) to make your child the smartest thing around, couldn't be bothered to put a little more thought into the design of this toy. I bought it for my son thinking it looked like fun. But once extricated from the packaging (no mean feat, that) it took him about 2 minutes to show me 3 problems. While attempting to put one of the coins in the slot, one of his fingers became painfully caught between the coin and the edge of the slot. He is an infant. His control and coordination are far from perfect. In addition, the chest is very top-heavy since all the features are built into the lid. It's just heavy enough to come down painfully on a little hand (although I doubt it's heavy enough to do any real harm, I'd rather not put it to the test.) Lastly, all of the counting/color/shape identification rely on a switch in the slot that makes a determination based on the size of the coin. If your child is like any child, he's going to put it part-way in, pull it out, and earn himself a false identification of the object, which is, needless to say, somewhat less than helpful for actually helping him learn anything, if that is one of your goals in purchasing a toy like this.

Ok, now that I think about it, it would also be nice if it had a volume control.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TampaMommy on July 19, 2013
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My daughter likes playing with this, but the the chest won't stay open fully on it's own and the music can be hard to hear. Cute toy though.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ashley Walters on April 30, 2014
My daughter still plays with it at 3 as a treasure chest for pirates and my 1 year old loves it just like his sister did at that age. Yes, there are design flaws, but the kids don't care. They love it anyway.
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By Mom of 2 on October 25, 2014
My daughter received this for her first birthday. She absolutely loved it and mastered it the first time she played with it. I'm not sure if that is a good thing since it meant there wasn't much room to grow

A year later it is still played with. Not as often, but enough it hasn't been given away.

As a mom I like the color, counting and shapes option. I think it is good for baby coordination and learning. However I don't think a baby would pick up on the shapes setting as the shapes are just drawn on the coin.

I could only give this 3 stars because as other reviewers have said the electronics are in the lid and it is top heavy. Often times my daughter has opened it just to have the lid come right off or the whole thing topple over.

Overall it is a very cute toy and I would give this as a gift. It is very well loved here.
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