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Fisher Price Classic Chatter Phone

4.4 out of 5 stars 131 customer reviews

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  • The Chatter Telephone was the ultimate pretend play toy with its ringing rotary dial
  • With eyes that roll up and down, a mouth that chatters, and a dial that rings
  • Preschoolers love to chat on the phone-and this classic roll-along pull-toy with a friendly face
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description


Introduced in 1961, The Chatter Telephone was the ultimate pretend play toy with its ringing rotary dial and its friendly interactive design. Since then, technology has changed quite a bit, but the Chatter Telephone makes children smile just the same way. With eyes that roll up and down, a mouth that chatters, and a dial that rings, this friendly phone is ready for a whole new generation of children to enjoy.

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Introduced in 1961, The Chatter Telephone was the ultimate pretend play toy with its ringing rotary dial and its friendly interactive design. Since then, technology has changed quite a bit, but the Chatter Telephone makes children smile just the same way. With eyes that roll up and down, a mouth that chatters, and a dial that rings, this friendly phone is ready for a whole new generation of children to enjoy.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 9 x 5.5 x 7.5 inches
Item Weight 10.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
ASIN B001W03MBQ
Item model number 1694
Manufacturer recommended age 12 months and up
Best Sellers Rank #8,294 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#26 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Toddler Toys > Push & Pull Toys
#34 in Toys & Games > Baby & Toddler Toys > Push & Pull Toys
#143 in Toys & Games > Learning & Education > Early Development Toys
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4.4 out of 5 stars 131 customer reviews

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I bought this for my son because I had it as a child. I know we used to walk around dragging it as well as playing with it as a phone. The problem with this whole thing is that they shortened the two cords -- the one to pull it while walking and the one from the base of the phone to the receiver -- so much that they essentially defeat the purpose of the toy. My son is just about one year old and the receiver will not reach his ear when he is sitting with the toy on the floor. The pull cord is SO short I don't even think my small dog could walk and pull the thing. I understand the need for safety, but it's really taken a lot of the fun out of this toy.

In sum: it's nice to reminisce about your youth with this, but your child will not be able to use it in the same way you did. I'll look for a used old one rather than having purchased this one had I known what I know now.
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How I survived my childhood with this toy, I don't know. Supposedly it was hazardous. This newer version still has the rotary dial with the same ringing (which I loved and still love--no batteries). The eyes move up and down when the wheels roll. The receiver seems a lot lighter in weight than I remember. The pull cord is very thin and cheap. I tie it up in a bow so it doesn't get caught or be a hazard. The cord attached to the receiver part is very short. For my almost 11-month old to hold it up to her ear, she has to lift up the whole phone. My daughter is petite in height, so since the toy is technically for age 12 months, I can really see the main phone go swinging when a child tries to bring the receiver to the ear. The cord to the receiver is the same thin cord as the pullcord--but a different color. I know a longer cord would be a choking hazard (that's my guess as to why it's so short), but it sure would make the phone a little more fun to use--so eventually a toddler could dial AND pretend to talk on the phone at the same time.
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I purchased the item as I was hoping it would be the same style as pictured. Unfortunately, it wasn't as I recieved a smaller and newer type with rounded off edges and a yellow dial vs. as pictured. I returned the item as it was not the same as pictured.
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The Phone to handle Are WAYYYYY to short . I measured 4" of string from base to handle. My Grand Daughter has to lift the entire Phone to put the receiver to her ear. This needs to be fixed It is almost useless as a play phone.
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My son is 40 years old. I purchased this for him when he was one year. Ever since then, every baby I know has received one of these from me on their first birthday. I'm so glad they still make it. Always a hit. Highly recommend.
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This is a good replica of the classic FP phone. My mother-in-law has the real one that was made of wood back in the day and my baby loved to play with it. This one is made of plastic, but all of the functions are still exactly the same. Baby loves to make the phone ring by twisting the number dial and enjoys pulling it around. Since phones look very different today, I am not sure she realizes this is a phone that you are supposed to "talk" on :). Overall, cute toy and very close to the "real" version.
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Just like the one my children had. I wanted to add it to my collection of vintage Fisher Price. Toys for the grandkids because it may be their only chance to see a rotary phone. I'm glad they improved the chord that attaches the mouthpiece to the phone. The original one was a spring that would get all tangled.
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I totally get that Fisher Price had to shorten the strings on the receiver and pull functions of the telephone, but now my toddler can't lift the receiver without lifting the whole phone. I'm pretty sure that more kids get bonked in the head with the base of the phone now than ever even came close to strangling themselves with the phone cord. It's a bummer, because she loves it as much as I loved mine when I was her age.
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