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Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone

4.1 out of 5 stars 79 customer reviews

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  • A new look to this classic, baby-favorite pull toy
  • 2 ways for baby to play: sit & play and stand & pull
  • Fun ringing sounds
  • Eyes move up & down when phone is pulled along
  • Dial introduces numbers 1-9
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"Ring-ring!" Say "hello" to a new look for the Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone toy! This classic pull toy now has a more modern design, but is still as fun and sweet-looking as ever - with its adorable face, spinning dial, ringing-phone sounds and eyes that move up and down as baby pulls it along. The cord attached to the receiver ensures it never gets lost. The Chatter Telephone toy encourages early role play - and baby can pick up lots of great developmental benefits, too. The dial introduces baby to numbers and counting from 1-9 and helps exercise fine motor skills. Baby's gross motor skills get exercised from standing & pulling the phone along. And the bright colors, motions & sounds help stimulate baby's senses.

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By MyPenName TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 15, 2016
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This telephone is not nearly as heavy or solid/durable as I remember the originals from years ago. I guess in a way, it makes it easier for a baby/toddler to use and manage since it is lightweight.

The cord on the handset is really rather short and when putting it to the ear, it lifts up the phone.. This seems to be annoying to the toddler because the phone just dangles there while he is trying to "talk" into the handset. I am thinking maybe the cord is so short so that a baby or toddler cannot wrap it around their neck and choke themselves. Likewise, the string to pull it along as a pull toy is also short.

The dial seems to be the addictive part, with the gentle "ching" as it goes around. I appreciate that the sound is not obnoxious, too loud, or annoying. I actually like to dial the phone just to hear the tick tick chimes myself :)

Although it is more lightweight than the ones from many years ago, it is pretty durable and not hard type plastic that could crack or break. It is a cute little toy and all little kids love to pretend to use the phone, so I don't think you can go wrong with this one.
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I can NOT believe I found this thing! I remember having one as a child & so does my mom. My youngest son grabs anything that resembles a phone and darts off. He has the "learn & touch" phones that resemble a smart phone but they obviously don't "provide the service" he's expecting 😂 LOL! I searched everywhere I could locally (yes even Walmart, Target, etc.) & couldn't find one! Decided to check Amazon & glad I did. He loves it. The only difference between this and the "original" is it doesnt make the "clack clack" bell like sound when he's being pulled along. He does make a noise and the eyes move, it's just not the same sound.

Anyone who had this phone as a child & wants to take a trip down memory lane; or even to find a toy (phone) for your little one that isn't "battery operated" like just about everything out there is, order this!
Deja` vu for certain!
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I definitely like the classic version far better than this one; you can tell the quality isn't as good. The cord to the handset is WAY too short. Baby has to have the phone dangle in the air or practically lay on his stomach in order to dial and then pick up the phone too talk. I also wish the pull string was a little longer too. I do like that the dialing noise on this phone is quieter than the classic one; my little guy is sensitive to sounds so this one is just the right pitch and volume. Overall, it's a good toy for the price. My son seems to enjoy it.
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My 1 year old likes this toy but there is one real problem; the cord linking the handset to the phone body is exactly as shown, too short! The baby (or adult to demonstrate) can't put the handset to their ear without the phone lifting off the floor.
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I was so happy when I found this for what i thought was a great price. I had one as a child and my daughter needed one as well. Yea, so.... I was her age over 30 years ago. She did not need this toy. The receiver cord is so short that every time she pick it up, it pulls the phone off the floor and she ends up dropping both. The rotary part of the phone isn't something she actually touches, as the little bell sound isn't enough to keep her entertained. The only reason I gave this three stars is she is amused when I pull it along the floor for her (she cannot walk yet) and the little eyes moves. She has used the pulled cord to pull it off the shelf it sits at, laughs and moves on to a new toy. But that split second amusement happens EVERY time she does this... so I continue to put it on the shelf for her to play with. I was disappointed, to say the least. I would not recommend this as a toy for a toddler unless they are walking (hoping she enjoys pulling it around then.)
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This is a simple toy, but a classic one. I have had four kids with very differing tastes, but one thing that has remained constant is that they all love telephones. They love pretending to dial on them and they love pretending to talk on them. This one is cute because it allows them to do that and it is so bright and colorful. It is nostalgic for me to see them with it.

In addition to being a play telephone, it is a pull toy. The eyes of the telephone move up and down, which is so cute. Also, it has the numbers on it, so you can go through that. It makes ringing sounds.

My youngest is now eight months old and she really likes this toy. She likes to putt it and she likes to play with the phone. She's too young to really pretend to talk on it, but I know she will. It can be used with older kids like this in pretend toy.

It's nice to have a classic toy. It's a great value and makes a great gift or part of a gift. I would recommend it.
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This toy is as cute as ever. I still remember it from when my youngest brother--who is now in his late 40's--was a baby. It was then inherited, with a few bite marks, by my sister. I'm talking history, here and, the older I get, the more I dig nostalgia.

It has kept all the good characteristics but it has had a more modern and colorful re-design. The moving googly eyes and the happy smile are still there. I remember it being a little bit heavier (was it wood?) or maybe a bit larger, but these don't make much difference in the final product.

There is one characteristic that has been sort of improved. As I remember, the phone cord used to be too long and would get tangled. Now it doesn't get tangled, but the baby practically has to put his ears down to the phone to "talk"--I think a couple of more inches or a little more stretch would have been nice. The pull cord is also a bit short but I find that this is the case with all modern pull toys. It's probably some sort of safety regulation whose wisdom escapes me but it seems the pull toys have to run on their back wheels because the short cord pulls up the front.

I also wonder about why Fisher-Price opted to have a dial phone rather than a push-button model which would make a little more sense to the ultimate consumer. It would take the same amount of space on the top and no other spec would need to be changed. My little nephew has no trouble knowing this is a phone, but he has no clue what to do with the dial. We demonstrate to him, but it's hard for him to do or to understand what the point of it is. Still, he loves the toy because, what can I say? It's adorable.
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