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Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Click'n Learn Remote

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List Price: $11.99
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  • Fun responses help baby understand cause and effect
  • Like a real remote control inspiring early role play
  • Baby can learn about numbers, opposites, colors, greetings and first words
  • Promote development of fine motor skills
  • Baby will love learning with their very own remote
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Product Details

Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 1.4 x 2.7 x 6.1 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00CQHZ0ZK
  • Item model number: BLR80
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 months - 3 years
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,101 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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Product Description

A fun, friendly face.
Lights up at baby’s touch.
Click ‘n Learn Fun

The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Click ‘n Learn Remote is baby's very own remote, with realistic styling, buttons to press, lively songs and light-up learning fun! Baby can click away to learn about numbers, opposites, colors, greetings, and first words, and sing along to four sung songs, too.

Baby Can Click His Way To Playtime Learning Fun

Turn on the smiles and playtime joy with the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Click ‘n Learn Remote. Volume control and “channel surfing” are a big part of the role play experience, inspired by the Click n’ Learn Remote’s realistic styling. With more than 25 sing-along songs, tunes, and phrases – each controlled by baby – there’s a new lesson with each push of a button. Smiles will fill up the room as baby learns numbers, opposites, colors, greetings, and much more. Turn the volume up and down or switch channels to hear a new station and lots of realistic sound effects, too. Baby will love being in control of his very own learning experience.

Click On The Learning

Pressing a variety of the Click ‘n Learn Remote buttons promotes the development of baby’s fine motor skills. Fun sounds and phrases teach baby colors, numbers, shapes, and more. There are light-up musical rewards, too, as pressing buttons for fun responses helps baby understand cause and effect relationships.

Fun sounds and phrases teach baby colors, numbers, shapes, and more.

Features:

  • Light-up, musical learning & fun
  • Easy-push buttons
  • Realistic styling
  • Four sung songs
  • Introduces baby to numbers, opposites, colors, greetings, first words, & more

What's In The Box?

  • The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Click ‘n Learn Remote
  • Two AAA (R03) batteries

From the Manufacturer

A remote control just for baby with realistic styling, buttons to press, lively songs and light-up learning fun! Baby can click away to learn about numbers, opposites, colors, greetings and first words, and sing along sung songs, too.

Customer Reviews

My 6 month old daughter LOVES this toy!
Tiffany
My little one loves to play with the tv remotes and I figured this would distract her from the real ones.
Mikala F.
Love that this has volume control and the sounds are not to annoying.
R. White

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

255 of 262 people found the following review helpful By Matthew T. Weflen VINE VOICE on May 3, 2012
Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
I think this is a fine toy overall. My 7 month old son enjoys playing with it, pressing the buttons, and I think it will be a nice child foil for the "adult" remotes. But I had one BIG problem with it... the "VOLUME UP" button. This thing is quite loud already when you turn it on, and by pressing the "volume up" button (which is very easy to do by just having a child lay on it) it gets obscenely loud. Like, competitive with the real TV or stereo loud.

Well, I couldn't take it. So I opened it up with a screwdriver and took a look inside. It's a simple matter of just pulling out the rubber tab corresponding to the volume up button. No extra tools required, no real effort. I screwed it back together and now everything works fine EXCEPT for the "volume up" button. The remote defaults to its starting volume every time you turn it on with the switch, but now it never gets to brain-splitting volume, only the lower (but still rather loud) level.

With this simple mod, I think it's a good toy. The songs are still annoying. Maybe the "music" button will be next. If the remote lies on its face, it seems as though the music button stays pressed. We'll see...
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105 of 110 people found the following review helpful By L. Torrence on October 14, 2012
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I'm a first-time mom and pretty crunchy. I wanted to engage my child with only open-ended play, buy natural toys made from organic wood, and never let her watch tv.

About 8 months in, I realized toys are for parents, to give you a break. My daughter couldn't be less interested in the handmade vegetable-dyed wooden stacking bowls I bought on that crafty site, but this toy she loves. Yes, the songs can be annoying and I don't know whose idea it was to make the "Volume Up" button actually make the volume of the toy go up, but sometimes mommy just needs a break and my daughter will play with this toy for a solid 10 minutes of heaven. It has survived untold crashes on our hard floors and battery is still going strong. And hey, it recites numbers, it must have some educational value.
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84 of 91 people found the following review helpful By NC65 on January 31, 2012
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This is a super cute toy remote that basically teaches your child the purpose of a remote control. The little songs are catchy and the voice is not too annoying.

Features of the remote:

Number keys: When pressed, voice states the number. If you press the same one twice, a little sound plays instead.

Volume button: Can either press up or down and remote will tell you "volume up" or "volume down".

Channel button: Can "change the channel" either by going up or down. Various "channels" are announced when you do such as weather, shape of the day, and the colorful music show.

Play and Stop button: Voice will say either "Go" or "Stop"

Music button: Play various cute little songs such as "Changing channels is such fun", "Check out colors", "Turn the music high or low", and "I've got a remote"

If you don't press anything for a few seconds, a few more phrases are revealed: "Back after these messages", "woohoo this is fun", "today's game is pat-a-cake", "animals around the world.".

My one year old loves his little remote. The only negative thing I would say about it is that the volume button actually adjusts the volume, so your child will have control over this. I would prefer to keep the volume low at all times, but it never gets too obnoxious. Other than that, this is a great toy!
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By JoshB on January 28, 2013
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This remote has been one of my baby's favorite toys since we gave it to him at 8 months. We've had it almost 2 months now, and he's thrown it, stepped on it, sat on it, drooled puddles into it, and it's still going strong and singing its little toy heart out. It plays tons of songs, lights up at the top, and says numbers. My son really enjoys putting the end in his mouth to chew while mashing the buttons with his thumbs to make the music play.

The only problem with it is that it has "volume up" and "volume down" buttons. When your child pushes the volume all the way up, it is a little annoying, but not so loud that you can't live with it. It's not gratingly loud or anything, but a little fix can make this toy so much better. As a previous reviewer said, all you have to do to fix this is grab a screwdriver and pop out the little white rubber piece underneath the "volume up" button. For us, that made the button sag, so we took the little black bead out of the white rubber thingy so that the button couldn't make contact with the circuit board anymore, put the white rubber part back inside, and that fixed everything. The button was still technically pushable, but it no longer raised the volume. I HIGHLY recommend this fix. Once you do it, you AND baby will love this cute little toy.
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37 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Linny05 on August 18, 2012
Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
Got this for our daughter to distract her from our remotes... didnt work. Ours are still far more exciting. She does like pushing the buttons and watching it flash, but not quite as fun as the real thing.

My only complaint on this is the volume of the songs. They are REALLY loud, and while the volume play buttons really work, because the kids can reach/play with the button, it's constantly going up really loud and then back down to a reasonable volume. We solved this by putting a piece of tape over the speaker... standard procedure around here!
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