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Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Phone

by Fisher

Price: $26.35 & FREE Shipping
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  • With rich music, sing-along songs, and lots of activities, they combine early academics and everyday experiences for the way kids really learn
  • Teaches: alphabet, numbers, colors, shapes, words, opposites, actions, textures, and manners
  • Music time 12 cell phone tunes, fun sounds and light show
  • Part of Laugh & Learn Collection
  • Age Range 6 to 36 Months
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (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.
  • ASIN: B00022F0WE
  • Item model number: C6324
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 months - 3 years
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #126,560 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (186 customer reviews)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Babies love discovering how they can make big things happen—like opening the phone to see a friend, or pressing buttons for musical sounds! Colorful buttons enhance fine motor skills while music and sounds stimulate auditory skills. The flip-open phone helps baby learn about cause and effect while introducing early role play. Includes 3 button cell batteries.

Product Description

Tots love to mimic Mom and Dad and this colorful phone lets them play along while they learn. The Laugh and Learn phone offers 3 fun modes: ABCs, 123s and Music Play. Numbers and letters make sound and show on the LED display. Music Play mode prompts the keypad to play musical ditties, phrases and silly sound effects. Imported.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I have an eight month old daughter and she absolutely loves her phone.
ebrazzle
Overall it is a good toy and they enjoy playing with it but it doesnt hold their attention for very long but then again they get pretty distracted at this age anyways.
James A. Nichols
There is no volume control and when I held it up to my own ear when I was playing with my daughter I was shocked and terrified by how loud this was.
Valerie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Streamlined Mom on December 5, 2004
When my baby recieved this toy it was loud in the box. Then good old mom tried to get it out of the box so he could play with it. In the process, I dropped the toy approximately 5 times accidentally. So I think it turned out to be pretty durable.

When I pulled the demo tab out of the back, the toy's volume lowered exactly 60 decibles. This is supposed to happen. It is an FCC ruling the it not be loud so that the toy doesn't blast your child's ears out when they immitate you talking on the phone. This may be annoying to some parents, but it's to protect your child's hearing. When the tab is in the back of the toy, and it's still in the box, it is in "DEMO MODE". This is loud because toy departments in stores can be extremely loud and they want you to be able to hear the toy over parents who are screaming at their own screaming children. My house is not as loud as a toy store because my child doesn't run it, and the toy works fine.

The ABC tunes and Numbers are just what I want my child to see. They are very clear on the screen, and the large variety of sounds and light patterns are pretty neat. I think that it offers a great capability of clearly teaching children some basic building blocks of literacy, and would recommend this toy to anyone.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By dsmith on October 29, 2004
I purchased the phone because my daughter loves the laugh and learn house. She plays with it all the time. I had read the reviews before hand and couldn't understand why some people said the volume was bad. Now I know why. In the store it worked great. Once I took the tab off the sound dropped severly. Yes, I did change the batteries but that did not change anything. I am a mom of 3. If I had this for my first child when my house was quieter it probably would have been great. Three children does not make this toy great to play with amongst other people, very hard to understand. I have three other phones all with volume controls-- I understand when I put it to my ear its okay but most children don't put it their ear.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amy L. Lusch on April 11, 2005
I bought this product (for my 16m.old) after reading the other reviews for this item, So I knew about the claims for the sound quality. After I took the phone out of the box, I Put the little demo tab back in to the slot and I taped it on so that it can't come out. The sound is excellent since I taped the tab in place. Other than that, It is a an excellent quality toy. Very educational, Showing the ABC's and saying the ABC's also the 123's, and other cute phrases.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Valerie on July 15, 2007
This toy is a wonderfully educational and fun toy but it is so loud! There is no volume control and when I held it up to my own ear when I was playing with my daughter I was shocked and terrified by how loud this was. If it made my ear ring what was it doing to hers? The only way to remedy the problem of the noise was to remove the batteries which takes away from the appeal. I give it fives stars for it's fun, educational, and durable qualities but really want to caution parents about the decibel level that, with prolonged use, could do some permanent damage to a small child's hearing. I was suprised Fisher Price was not more aware of the problem and did not attempt to make it more safe and user friendly. I typically only buy Fisher Price toys because of the quality but would urge them to consider volume controls or limits on their toys. I know as a parent I should be more cognizant of the dangers of toys I purchase for my children but in my haste to find a teaching toy I overlooked the aspect of safety. I figured a one piece toy with no obvious design flaws, small parts, choking hazards, etc. would be perfect. This is how I learn as a parent and I hope my experience helps others out there who want their children to be healthy!
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By TJ's Mommy on August 16, 2005
I got this toy because my son LOVES the phone. I was hoping to distract him from the real deal and get him to play with this one. No such luck!

This phone is a neat toy, but it doesn't sing the whole alphabet. It plays the music and shows the letters on screen, but doesn't sing the letters out loud. I wish that it did that. It says hello and good-bye, but I'm not sure which keys you have to press to hear that. It is fun and makes noise, but not what I expected it to be.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By T. Hill on November 17, 2004
This would probably be a great toy if my son could hear it. You absolutely can not hear a single thing. I also thought the batteries were dead. It still did not help. I called FP and they said they have been getting tons of complaints on this - but that it is working properly. I will be returning it to the store. My son also has the laugh and learn house which he loves..
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Lis on October 25, 2004
My son was approximately 6-months-old when my mother bought him this educational toy, the age minimum suggested for use. I feel, however, that this item is better suited defitnely for older toddlers. The main reason being that at 6-months my son could not hold onto this phone on his own as it is wide/fat. He was not sitting too steadily at this age either for me to place it in front of him for him to bang away at so at that point I would only use it if he was in my lap and I held it in front of him.

Now he is 9-months-old and is defitnely interested. He'll go to grab it and I will make him press a button and when it starts making sounds he just stares..and then will go for it again! He likes hearing the music and I like that he is hearing the alphabet and numbers repeatedly at his young age.

I am always a fan of toys with a volume control as this one has--a low and high volume. It's very durable at least it has been because as I wrote above it's pretty wide for a little babies hands so it does get dropped.

It will defitnely be more handy and useful when he's a bit older in teaching him how to use a phone or when he gets older to understand making pretend phone calls as a game. For now, he obviously does not really understand what it's all about and it more interested in just the fact it makes a noise and also he sees the numbers, letters and faces flashing on the screen.

This is not a toy that will keep a baby's interest for a long period of time, in my opinion. At that "exploration" stage my son is much more interested in banging at something or putting things in and out of places.

Still it's cute and small enough to carry even in my small diaper bag--so it goes everywhere and comes in handy when we're in a line or waiting somewhere! But the second I take it out, all the other little toddlers come to get it! It is also easy to wipe down.

A cute toy.
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