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Baby Einstein Discovering Music Activity Table


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  • Piano station lights up and allows for free play, classic melodies, and also introduces baby to colors and numbers in English, Spanish, and French
  • Drum station lights up, features multiple drum sounds, and counts in English, Spanish, and French
  • Legs are removable for floor play
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Technical Details
Item Weight5.2 pounds
Product Dimensions23.2 x 15.3 x 3.2 inches
OriginMade in the USA or Imported
UPC074451905924
Item model number90592
Batteries:3 AAA batteries required.
Target genderUnisex
Batteries requiredYes
Battery life51.07 hours
  
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ASINB005P5D7G4
Best Sellers Rank #922 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Baby can discover melodies, learning and a world of fun in this feature-packed activity table. The light up piano has two modes, melodies mode and discovery mode. Baby can free-play piano, learn colors in 3 languages, as well as activate 5 classical melodies. The drum station counts from 1 to 5 in 3 languages, while the guitar station allows baby to strum the guitar and activate lights. The shape buttons feature animal characters and musical instruments, so baby can learn all three in English, Spanish and French. The table legs are also removable for floor play with younger babies, so as baby grows, the table grows with you.


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Customer Reviews

My baby is 8-9 months old and instantly loved this toy.
Laney
My daughter just loves the activities on this table, even though she can't stand to play with it yet.
MaineMomma
Lots of fun sounds, lights and music in different languages.
Lee Mackay

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

86 of 87 people found the following review helpful By A. Lee on January 31, 2013
We received this for a Christmas present. My son continues to love this toy. He now stands up to play it. I would recommend this toy with one important warning. The center globe has a flap or page that his likes to turn. It switches from one mode to another with this turning. Unfortunately, the globe is not perfectly round so that when it is right in the middle, there is an opening and my baby's fingers get caught in it. A few times, he cried and I was able to see it and take it out. The last time he got his finger more severely stuck in it and then fell down contorting his finger in it further. I ran to him by then he was screaming (I was just about 10 ft away); the end of his finger was purple from lack of circulation. It took 10 minutes to calm him, he refused ice so I stuck it in snow while he still cried.

Solution-I was able to remove the flap. Now, he just has that one mode which he still enjoys. He laughs at the duck and bard sounds.

I am online to write to Baby Einstein and tell them of these incidents. I think they and you should know.
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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By CP on December 27, 2012
My husband just got this for our 11 month old son for Christmas. He loved it! The table slides if you put it on hardwood floor but is pretty stable on a playmat. He spends a lot more time on this toy than other toys. But today when he was flipping the "page" over, his little finger got stuck between the "page" and the smiley face. He didn't know how to get it out and ended up wedging it in further and started crying and screaming. It was stuck pretty tight, I couldn't even push the "page" back up; I thought it would cut his little finger off! I ended up using brute force to pry it out.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By DD123 on April 15, 2013
My daughter absolutely loves this toy. Plays with it most out of everything. BUT just as previous reviews have stated there is a plastic flap in the center that changes modes which is so dangerous. Your child will most likely put a lot of their weight on this table while standing over it and in doing so they place their little hands right in the danger zone of this flap. Once they go to flip the plastic flap over they can do so right onto their fingers and then not know how to pull their hand out from under it. My daughter not only did this put continued to put more of her weight onto it pushing it harder into her little finger. She was screaming and her finger was bleeding and swollen. Such a nightmare. I ended up having to tape the flap down and unfortunately she now can only enjoy the toy in one mode. I wish they would fix this problem as it is a nice toy. I wrote to the company and hopefully they remedy this issue. I wanted to write this review in hopes of saving another child from getting hurt or if u are thinking of purchasing this item please remove or tape down that flap!
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Beth on June 22, 2012
My baby loves this, and i put the legs on to get her to practice pulling up and standing. the thing keeps falling over on top of her! so it's a FLOOR toy, not a table. that said, she really does like it so it gets 3 stars.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Laney on June 19, 2014
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My baby is 8-9 months old and instantly loved this toy. I keep the legs off for now because she is just crawling and learning to pull up, but they snap on and off super easily compared to other toys we have had to assemble. Even though the legs detach easily, they are still sturdy to hold up against the weight of a baby when they lean on it. There aren't grippers or rubber on the bottom of the feet, however, which in my opinion is needed when you have wood floors like we do (maybe the manufacturer would consider adding them to future models) to help prevent skidding. I will probably glue some rubber stoppers to the bottoms eventually or keep this on her play mat that is slightly rubberized. It plays TONS of songs with languages in English, French and Spanish. I saw previous reviews that babies were getting their fingers stuck in the flipper but it seems the manufacturer has corrected the spacing issue because I inspected this thoroughly before letting baby play with it and I do not see any spaces large enough for baby to stick her fingers in ( and she flips the flipper back and forth constantly). There are two levels to adjust for loudness. I would recommend this to friends, family, or a stranger I saw looking at it in the store without hesitation. Just be forewarned: Your house will never be quiet again once you start buying electronic toys for the kiddies! LOL. They do love this toy though so it is worth it to watch them learn and explore.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Liatlevy on February 16, 2013
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Worth every penny!! My 8 month old son love sitting and standing to play with this toy. It has lots of different buttons to push, words, numbers and songs to hear. It's wonderful and he plays with it non-stop! Very much recommended!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gluchok on October 16, 2012
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This is one of the best toys one can get for an infant. We got it at 6 months and it has been our son's favorite for 3 months now. We took the legs off as the table keeps moving when he pulls up on it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Curly_G on August 5, 2014
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I little one has been playing with this for about a month and loves it. He pulls himself up and love the french horn and drum. If he were rating this, he's probably give it a million stars! Me on the other hand, would only give it 4 for the following reasons.
1 - in the center of the table, around the sun, there are stickers that come off really easy. I didn't notice until my son had what looked like white out caked to his hands.
2 - It tips. When he is standing there banging away on the piano, he sometimes looses his balance and grabs the top making the entire thing fall over on him. This only happened once as I'm usually there to hold it if i see it start to go but it's definitely too easy to take down.

Other than that, it keeps him busy, happy, and in one spot for a little while and that alone is worth it :)
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