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Fisher Price Classic Teaching Clock

4.1 out of 5 stars 189 customer reviews

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From your childhood... to theirs! Fisher - Price Classic Toys, PRICED LOW! A toddler's dream come true! From Fisher-Price, these toys are proven classics, brought back using modern components and technology. All display the intrinsic play value, ingenuity, sturdy construction and action you remember. A wonderful surprise for your little ones... and a great find for adult collectors, too! Ages 1 yr. and up. Don't wait! Order Today! Based on the original 1968 version, this classic "Little Red School House" Clock reveals pictures of preschool activities hour by hour. Plays "Grandfather's Clock" when wound. Measures 6 3/8 x 2 3/4 x 10 1/2"h., weighs 13 ozs. AVAILABLE SEPARATELY: Fisher-Price Snoop n' Sniff Dog Pull Toy - word search in our store for 'Fisher-Price'. Fisher-Price Music Box Teaching Clock

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Introduced in 1968, the Fisher-Price Music Box Teaching Clock has made learning to tell time fun for generations of children. Designed as a little red school house, the Fisher-Price Classics Music Box Teaching Clock plays Grandfather's Clock and has a rotating dial with timeless pictures of preschoolers hour by hour, as the clock face and minute hand revolve to the soothing ticking of time.

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Product Dimensions 8 x 11.8 x 4 inches
Item Weight 13.1 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B001W03MFW
Item model number 1698
Manufacturer recommended age 12 months and up
Best Sellers Rank #36,866 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#17,075 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys
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4.1 out of 5 stars 189 customer reviews

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Please be warned that this is NOT A FISHER PRICE TOY. Even though the FP logo and quality standards are PROMINENTLY displayed on the box in SIX different places, this toy is designed and manufactured by Sababa Toys, a company that is now out-of-business.

My children received this for Christmas, and it stopped working completely within 2 weeks - both rotating dial and music box. They played with it all of 4 times, it was not a heavily used item.

We called customer service and the line had been disconnected. Sababa Toys website does not accept any customer service inquiries (and has not been updated since 2007).

We then called Fisher-Price and were told that the Fisher-Price Music Box Teaching Clock was a licensed product to Sababa Toys, and that since FP did not design or manufacture the toy, they were unable to provide a replacement. The FP rep tried to contact Sababa Toys, herself, using their direct number and learned they were out-of-business.

They offered a voucher for the purchase price of the toy. So, it wasn't a complete wash, but we're still extremely displeased with this toy and with Sababa Toys for the false advertising (The FP logo and quality seal are featured prominently on the packaging in no less than 6 different places) and also with FP for licensing their name to such garbage.
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I loved my old Fisher Price clock and wanted one for my daughter. I tried one of these out in a store and it worked fine. I did not notice that it lacked the tock sound and I think as a mom the tock might drive me crazy. I do love old FP toys and have quite a few in our house. So, I debated getting an old one (they are available in working condition online for those of you who would prefer a vintage one) vs the new one and basically did the easy thing and ordered from Amazon. So far (since Christmas Day) we are pleased. Our children have wound it up over and over and it's fine. The stickers are fine though I'm keeping an eye on them and plan to glue them back down if they're a problem. I've had more trouble with one of my kids peeling off the lithos on my old FP toys. As far as durability goes, the plastic on the current model seems as durable as the "wood" (actually some kind of pressed wood product) on the old ones. Bottom line: hunt down an old model if you want all the features from your childhood but don't feel you are doomed to a bad product if you get this new one.
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By S Ross on December 25, 2007
I own the original teaching clock and still have it, my daughter loves mine and so I bought her this one thinking it would make a good replacement - WRONG! This toy is a complete piece of junk in every way! The stickers are peeling off the plastic (yes, plastic not wood like the original), the clock doesn't sound like the original in that it's lost it's characteristic TICK TOCK sound that made it so sweet, and within seconds of testing the toy out, we were able to somehow break the clock's ability to keep the hands and clock face spinning as the music played. This is a horrendous p.o.s. do not waste your time, we are taking ours back. BOOOO!
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I agree with the other review of this item. I had this clock as a child and the original is far superior to this version. The decals immediately started peeling off and I too miss the tick tock sound of the original. They cut too many corners with this product. Very cheaply reproduced. Will look for an original on ebay.
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I was disappointed when I received this toy clock. I love the original wooden one and was hoping it was a very close match.

This new remake is made of light weight plastic and the decals are not one solid piece on the base which leaves open seams. The sides of the bottom base contains no decals at all.

Another downfall is that this clock does not have the tick-tock sound like the original. It does play the same song but is missing that wonderful tick-tock melody in the background.
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When I was a toddler, I dragged this toy everywhere I went. I was incredibly excited to purchase this version for my fifteen month old son.

Unlike the original 1968 model (wood covered in paper lithographs), the frame is now made of red plastic. The vintage pictures are actually various sized stickers on the plastic. The yellow handle at the top of the clock is firmly attached to the clock; I made a point to try to pull it from the clock and was unable to remove it. The clear plastic over the face of the clock is secured to the frame by four screws in each corner.

The clock can be wound from the back, and it still plays the original tune, "Grandfather's Clock", which was a folk song written in 1876. On the front, the clock has yellow hands which can be moved with the knob. Like the original, the hour hand moves every time the minute hand makes a revolution manually. It's definitely not precise, but it gives children the idea of what a clock should do.

While I don't expect most toys to stand up to the wear and tear of a toddler, I have noticed the stickers are starting to wear away at the edges of the clock base, pediment, and roof after only a month of infrequent use.

Overall, I am quite pleased with the clock.
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