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Fisher Price Classic Toys - Retro Music Box Record Player - Great Pre-School Gift for Girls and Boys
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- The original 1971 Fisher Price Change-A-Record Music Box, or otherwise known as the Fisher Price Record Player, is back
- An endearing classic
- Features 10 songs on 5 records
- "Playable" records store conveniently inside the record player
- Handy carrying handle for tunes on the go
- Makes a great gift for babies and toddlers ages 18 months and up for hands-on, screen-free play!!
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- Basic Fun’s line of Fisher Price Classics are reproductions of classic Fisher Price toys.
- New design incorporates beautiful illustrations giving the products a special vintage feel.
Music Box Record Player
The Fisher-Price Change-A-Record Music Box, commonly known as the Fisher-Price Record Player, is a favorite among those who played with it as a child. Originally introduced in 1971, this endearing classic comes with 5 'playable' records for a total of 10 songs. The records store conveniently inside the record player. Includes a carrying handle for tunes on the go!
The Fisher Price Change-A-Record Music Box, more commonly known as the Fisher Price Record Player, is a favorite among those who played with it as a child. Originally introduced in 1971, this endearing classic is now available again. Complete with "playable" records that store conveniently inside the record player and a carrying handle for tunes on the go. Features 10 songs on 5 records. Songs Include: Jack and Jill; Humpty Dumpty; Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star; Au Clair De La Lune; London Bridge; Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone; Children's Marching Song; Camptown Races; Hickory, Dickory, Dock; The Farmer in the Dell. Recommended Ages 18 months and up.
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The Fisher Price Change-A-Record Music Box, more commonly known as the Fisher Price Record Player, is a favorite among those who played with it as a child. Originally introduced in 1971, this endearing classic is now available again. Complete with "playable" records that store conveniently inside the record player and a carrying handle for tunes on the go Features 10 songs on 5 records. Ages 18 months and up.
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|Item Dimensions||11.50 x 10.50 x 5.50 inches||1.56 x 8.66 x 8.86 inches||12.40 x 7.28 x 3.03 inches||5.60 x 5.75 x 6.50 inches||80.00 x 3.00 x 8.50 inches||10.60 x 10.20 x 5.60 inches|
|Item Weight||1.61 lbs||1.00 lbs||0.02 ounces||1.05 lbs||—||2.12 lbs|
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Mattel/FP: If you're trying to re-issue the original, *re-issue the original*. If you want to sell a toy built around an electronic mechanism for playing songs when plastic discs are selected, sell a Fisher-Price mock CD player.
Shoppers: If you're looking for a music box, look elsewhere. Also, you might notice there are CD players available out there that are less expensive than this. Buy one of those, pick up a few classic discs from your local thrift store or used music store and you have something a step up from this.
This is a battery operated digital recreation.
"The original 1971 Fisher Price Change-A-Record Music Box, or otherwise known as the Fisher Price Record Player, is back." False claim.
Had I read the comments beforehand I would not have purchased.
This one is a reinvention and worse for it. There are no longer proper tracks but just raised pseudo-toroidal bumps which the swing-arm reads and causes the music to play. It doesn't matter where you are, it plays from the beginning. There's not physical interaction either, it plays from its internal electronic player (hence why batteries are needed). The record player must be wound up but there is no actual reason this is even needed. It's purely a visual affectation. Hence why when it winds down, the music doesn't slow, it just sort-of stutters. The whole elegance of the original design has been lost and any connection to what it originally represented is no longer present except as some grotesque parody.
Now, with the negatives out of the way, I have to say, it's pretty cheap and it's likely to entertain small children so I'll give it a few stars. My son likes to watch it and listen to the music. But for what it is, might as well play him something on a smartphone. I feel this is targeted at pinging the nostalgia bone in parents like me rather than creating a good toy for a child.
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The wind-up still turns the disc manually, but all it does is tell the speaker to play while turning. I had one as a kid and bought this for my boy - I've now sent it back. Boo Fisher price Boo for ruining a beautiful classic!
I can't see how to send it back or where - to Amazon or makers??