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Fisher-Price Toddlerz Chatter Telephone

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  • See how the fun develops
  • Social Skills Encourages speech as they talk into the phone by imitating words and phrases they've heard
  • Imaginative Skills Early role play as they pretend to talk
  • Classic pull toy with a friendly face
  • Eyes that move up and down when the toy is pulled along
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Fisher-Price Toddlerz Chatter Telephone + Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Rock-a-Stack + Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 6.6 x 4.3 inches ; 13.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 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.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B00000IZOR
  • Item model number: 77816
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 1 - 3 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #479 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (214 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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Moms and dads of all ages fondly remember this classic pull-toy. Now your own preschooler can enjoy chatting on this phone that features a friendly face and eyes that playfully move up and down when the phone is pulled along. Every youngster wants to play with a telephone, dial up friends, both real and make-believe, and chatter away.

Product Description

Ring! Ding! Little ones are answering the call for fun with the Fisher-Price® Brilliant Basics Chatter Telephone®! It’s a classic roll-along pull-toy that’s perfect for your little one. The Chatter Telephone® features a friendly face and eyes that move up and down when the toy is pulled along, and exciting phone sounds to reward baby’s actions, too.

Chatter phone

Kids can’t resist the friendly face with eyes that move up and down when they pull the toy along
Baby with toy

A classic pull toy for toddlers who love to chatter
Ringing Up Playtime Smiles!
Look who’s talking, with the Fisher-Price® Brilliant Basics Chatter Telephone®! This adorable, classic pull toy has a friendly face and eyes that move as baby pulls it along on sturdy wheels, learning exciting role-play skills with their very own telephone. It’ll get them chatting—and strolling—like a pro! The Fisher-Price Chatter Phone features classic pull toy fun and a friendly face & eyes that move as baby pulls the phone along. Baby can sit & play or pull it along as she crawls or walks around. Exciting phone sounds reward baby’s actions. The Chatter Phone strengthens fine motor skills & eye-hand coordination.

Dial into Learning!
The Fisher-Price® Brilliant Basics Chatter Telephone® is equipped with a spinning dial, which baby can pick-up or hang-up, promoting fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination. The Brilliant Basics Chatter Telephone encourages baby to role play – just like she’s using a real telephone! Dialing the phone and saying “hello” or “goodbye” encourages communication, as baby roles plays talking on a real telephone. The telephone’s moving eyes and realistic phone sounds encourage baby to walk and pull the phone along, developing gross motor, balance and coordination skills.

Isn’t it amazing?
Watching their faces light up as they explore, discover, play … all those moments when children learn best. That’s why Fisher-Price® builds learning into everything we make. With playful ways to engage curious minds, exercise little bodies, and nurture budding personalities. Because nothing’s more amazing than sharing the joy of learning with your child.

What's In The Box?
The Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Chatter Telephone.

Child and phone

Encourages child to role play


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This is a classic toy.
Kelsey
This was one of my favorite toys growing up as a child.
Emma Mason
The phone cord and pull string are way too short.
F. Loucks

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

85 of 90 people found the following review helpful By mamalama on December 16, 2005
I was excited when I first bought this toy for my little one, because I had one when I was a child. I'll say one thing about it, it's cute and it looks like the old one, and it's durable. Most Fisher Price toys can withstand alot of abuse. But it's not as playable as the old one.

First of all, the original was made of wood of course, and this one is plastic, but no problem with that, just thought I would mention that to anyone who thought it was exactly like the old one.

The reason it's awkward for children to play with is because the reciever cord is very very short. The child will practically have to hold the whole phone up to his ear.

Whoever said that their child had the coiled cord wrapped around their neck was either lying trying for a lawsuit, or they had an actual older version. There is no way the coiled cord is going to wrap around anyone's neck unless it was a Barbie doll's neck. I'm assuming they shortened it for safety reasons. Okay, I understand that, but they left the pull cord long on it. A child could strangle themselves with the pull cord just as well as they could the reciever cord if it was long enough. So why shorten one for safety reasons but leave the other long? That is just stupid. My 1 year old won't play with this, because he won't pick up the whole phone to put the reciever to his ear. He gets frustrated with it. So really the only purpose it served was to bring back a childhood memory for me. I will probably wind up cutting the stupid 3 inch cord off of the darn thing so my baby can hold the reciever the right way.

So I only recommend this for someone who likes replicas of their childhood toys, or for someone who just likes cute toys to display on a shelf in their child's room. But I don't recommend it as a toy to play with.
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28 of 33 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 28, 1999
There is nothing special about this toy. The dial is too hard for tiny fingers to manipulate, and the cord for the handset is so short that the child has to pick up the entire toy to "make a call". There are better options.
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38 of 46 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 25, 2000
With all the neat play phones on the market, this toy could only hold the interest of the 1 year old crowd, if that. And you can't even drag it around like when I was a child, because for safety, the strings are too short.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 16, 2001
I remember the old chatter phone with the rotary dial pad. Though the pad lights up on the new updated version, I think that the old rotary stimulated and encouraged tots to use and develop fine motor skills even at a young age. I guess since the rotary dial is now obsolete, toy manufacturers must upgrade their toys to keep up with new technology to make their toys more realistic.
In addition, I miss the old clicking noise that the wheels made when you pulled the phone. This phone does not capture the attention for my son as it did for my daughter, although he does love the eyes! The opinion from my 8 year old daughter who had the older version, said that she also liked the wheel sounds and the rotary dial the older version made as well. What would be great is to have both models on the shelf to choose from.
What is great is that not all toys must be electronic. There is time for that and plenty of them out there. I appreciate that there are still some that are old fashioned. Overall, the chatter phone is a very sturdy toy. I am confident that it is safely constructed as most fisher price toys are. The bright colors are wonderful and my son enjoys pushing it around watching the eyes move up and down and playing with the handset.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 27, 1999
Do you need to use your phone but can't pry it from your little ones hands...try getting this great Fisher Price phone. It is very durable and will bring smiles to your childrens faces. It makes minimual noise. They pretend for hours to call all their friends and relatives..even some I have never heard of...The little ones will love the moving eyes and as they get older they will use it when they play house. It is one of those ageless toys...(except your teenager might think otherwise) Your child can also pull this toy with the string that is provided. It may not have the NEW up-to-date look but it teaches kids to use their imagination and it saves you on buying Batteries..Yeah! Add this one to your list to buy~you will never regret it!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By apoem TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 16, 2001
This is an old favorite toy that I think every child has probably owned at one time or another.
I look for toys that are fun, easy to use and fairly quiet. I also look for toys that encourage creativity, exploration of the world (educational is just a bonus). I want a toy that will grow with the child. This toy fits just about all of these requirements.
This toy is fun for my kids to drag around. The moving eyes enchanted my son, encouraging him to walk when he first began walking. It is quiet and lots of fun.
Here are my few comments- First, it would be more fun if the wheels clicked or made some noise. Second, The button pad is one big pad that pushes down all at once, this is a shame because it would be MUCH more fun if it had seperate number buttons.
There are a lot of toys with strings for pulling. I bought this because I remembered mine. However, I don't think I would buy it for anything other than sentimental reasons. There are other more fun toys available.
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