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Chicco Music 'N Play Table

by Chicco

Price: $99.99 + $5.99 shipping
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  • 2 in 1 toy with fun activities and sounds
  • The Piano consists of large colorful keys, flashing lights, and fun melodies
  • It helps develop a baby's coordination, visual observation, and musical interest
  • The Piano can be attached to the crib for more fun
  • The other side is a construction base for many things using the included building blocks
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 16.8 x 13.5 inches ; 10.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00005BRFM
  • Item model number: 00067259200070
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 months - 15 years
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #144,587 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Music 'N play Table is a 2 in 1 table with fun activities and sounds. There is a piano that consists of large colorful keys, flashing lights, and fun melodies. This helps to develop a baby's coordination, visual observation, and musical interest. The piano can also be attached to the crib for more fun. When turned upside down the table top becomes an amusing construction base. Many things can be constructed using the included building blocks and adding a bit of a creative imagination. Awarded "Toy of the Year" by American Baby Magazine, "Seal of Approval" by National Parenting Center, "Amazing Toy Award" by Babyzone.com, "A Guide to Toys for Children with Special Needs" by Toy Wishes. Recommended for ages 12 mos. +.

Product Description

Chicco Music 'N Play Table

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is very fun, lots of different activities to do, and the piano is great.
Alex
I have found this table to be very sturdy because now he takes out the part that is reverseable and climbs unto the table support and sits (just because he can).
Kathy A. Pollock
The Chicco blocks are nice and large, and my son loves play for the blocks and/or grabbing and reaching for them in the storage compartment of the table.
Kristen Borsetti

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

127 of 129 people found the following review helpful By L. Peppin on July 3, 2004
My son just loves this toy. He is 13 months old, and he returns to it several times per day. That said, his interest is almost entirely in the piano portion, which is detachable. So far, he has no interest in the "lego-like" things. He does play with the other half (little creatures which move and make noise), and enjoys them, but not as much as the piano. Of course, he has many music toys, and comes to this more often because it is raised, and as a pre-walker, he prefers to stand.
Problem: he loves to climb, and tries to climb ONTO this table all the time. It is way to wobbly (spelling?) for that, so I'm constantly telling him not to do that. He does seem to be learning, but I still have to keep an eye on him. However, I wouldn't trade this toy for any other he has right now. Not a day has gone by that he hasn't spent 30-60 minutes at it throughout the day since it arrived.
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66 of 69 people found the following review helpful By M. Coe on November 11, 2004
Pros:

Piano detaches

Table is small enough to not take over a play area

Small Toy side is great and my sons favorite

Storage area is fun for baby to empty and fill

Good price (I got my for under $30 and it was not a sale)

Two volume settings

Does not require any assembly

My son is 7 months & loves it as do toddler friends

Easy to clean

Cons

Legs aren't weighted so an older baby can drag it or even tump it

You do not get many blocks and they are an odd size
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Kristen Borsetti on August 12, 2005
This was an instant hit with our son when we bought it. There are several components to the toy, but not too many to overstimulate or make it dis-interesting. With the table component, I agree with others - the legs can be wobbly IF your child is sitting on the ground and tries to pull the table down. I don't think that can be solved with any table on the market. But more importantly, you can take the table off the legs and set it on the ground. In either case, our son will crawl to it first thing in the morning and play with it endlessly (okay... he does have to sleep and eat).

The piano is by far the favorite. There is a piano book where the pages will turn. For each turn the piano will do different things: 1st page - the baby can play their own tune, 2nd page - a tune will automatically play when the keyboard is touched, 3rd page - the baby can follow along the lighted keys to play a tune. You can also change the sound to four different instruments. The other activity area contains different sounds (bees buzzing, frogs ribbeting, etc.) for different actions. My son is also very interested in this.

On the other (flip side) of the table, you can use this for the 10 building blocks provided. The Chicco blocks are nice and large, and my son loves play for the blocks and/or grabbing and reaching for them in the storage compartment of the table. He's not of the age to construct the blocks right now. He loves the sound of clinking them together and demolishing anything I build.

As a parent, I feel he his getting exposed to many different elements for his growth and this is definitely a toy he will not grow out of in a month. I can see him playing with this for months on end.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Kathy A. Pollock on December 10, 2004
I bought this table for my grandson when he started pulling himself up (about 7mos old) He passes alot of time playing the keyboard and dancing to his own music. And when he is into stacking blocks and such we can reverse the table and use the blocks. I have found this table to be very sturdy because now he takes out the part that is reverseable and climbs unto the table support and sits (just because he can). He is a climber.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jana Zelezna on November 25, 2004
I would absolutely recommend this toy. My son loves it, especially turning the pages to hear different songs. I gave it to him at the time he was 9 months old and just started to push himself to stand and he loves to play the piano standing from that time on. He also loves the blocks and he tries to reach them from the storage place below the piano all the time.

I do not care about the fact, that there is only 10 or so blocks, because it is just enough for his age, and when he is older, he moves to toys like Duplo anyway, I guess.

The only negative I've noticed is that the piano desk is just placed on the top and not secured anyhow, so he can lift the whole desk by pulling the strings above the pond up.

Anyway, it is a great toy and I would recommend it.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Sarah Wu on August 13, 2009
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My son is a late crawler and sure to be a late walker. As soon as I opened the package and set it up, he tried to pull up on it and it fell on him. It is not sturdy at all. He can only play on it supervised with me right there holding the toy so it doesn't tip over on him. I tried to push it up against a wall so he could try to pull up on it in a safe manner without my hands holding the toy down. That sort-of worked, but he could easily pull the toy forward away from the wall. It ended up falling on him again when I stepped out for a sec to put the wash in the dryer. Luckily he didn't cry, but he was startled.

The toys on top are great and fun for him. Too bad that I just couldn't leave his side while he played with the table. Ultimately I decided after a couple hours it had to go back. The top is removable and I could have just let him play with that on the floor, but I really wanted a "table" like the description said. I'll have to look into something else.

If your kid is a great walker and doesn't need to lean on anything for support, then I bet purchasing this product would be a better idea. In my situation I need something that he can practice pulling up on. This is not that product.
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