Fisher-Price Fun 2 Imagine Cash Register
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Now the product. In concept, this toy is brilliant. No batteries, very simple, just about any kid will love it. However, the execution is not the best. If you put more than one of the same colored coin in the top, it will basically jam because there is only room for one coin in each slot. Also, when the coins are dropped in the drawer, they sit in the back of the drawer and are hard to reach and almost impossible to see.
I decided to take mine back to the store after one day of my 20 month old getting very frustrated.
Of course there is no question about the concept of this toy : the little slider and the size of the coins are perfect for 2 years old kids !
However I got disappointed to see that Fisher Price became so on the manufacture quality of this toy. The plastic that is now used is bad, compared to the previous older version that I got the opportunity to have around, long time ago. No later than this last summer, I found back the old cashier machine when traveling in France to my parents place...
The 20 years old machine from my parents place is still working like the first day.
The new one that I ordered last week here in US is already having some issues with coins: getting stuck from time to time. And the plastic quality will possibly make this toy last for less than what we expect from Fisher Price.
To conclude, this toy gell two interesting facts :
- the concept of this toy is excellent. Kids love it
- Fisher Price is not anymore the quality brand it used to be. This cashier machine is a proof. This is a bit sad...
- the new colors aren't as good as before : yellow and orange are close colors and no more blue; colors don't match the function : you'd expect one colored button for one action of the same color (say, the slider having the same color as the button that triggers it...)
For example, the original coin colors were green, red, and yellow -- easy to distinguish and sort. The yellow and orange now used are too close in color both for the coins and the buttons to press for deposit and change. Mechanically, it sometimes jams and is harder to work than my 30 year old one. I wanted to gift this to other children but this model is not worth the price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So unhappy with Amazon on this one. The coins DO NOT fit. Oh wait, I guess I should say COIN because I only got one, and it didn't even work. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Marla White
I sure didn't want to pay the price for this item but it was so worth it when I watched my grandson open it and scream, "I love it! Read morePublished on December 17, 2013 by Kathleen Ellis
I bought this cash register 38 years ago and kept it for my grandchildren, which they love to play with at my home. Read morePublished on November 21, 2013 by Mary H. Schrock
Fisher Price toys are my favorite and this Fisher Price Fun 2 Imagine cash register is another great educational toy for children of a wide array of ages. Read morePublished on January 25, 2013 by Gardener
I had one of these 30 years or so ago as a kid. We used to stick all kinds of things down the slots and get it stuck (like matchbox cars). I'm sure it drove my mom nuts. Read morePublished on January 13, 2013 by K. Rosado
My granddaughter had played with one of these at my sister's house. It had been one of her boy's favorites as children. Read morePublished on January 12, 2013 by Bonnie L. Voth
nice toy for toddler, but the coins are a bit small for the younger child. a definite classic toy to have for your childPublished on November 26, 2012 by Debra S. Rufo
This toy is simple, classic and fun. Put the coins in the top, press the buttons, turn the crank and watch what happens. Read morePublished on August 31, 2012 by Amanda L. Davis
Exactly like it used to be. Hasn't changed a bit. Great little toy for a 2 year old! Fisher-Price has several old fashioned toys like this. Read morePublished on January 17, 2012 by Kim Chavez