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Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone

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The pull-along design of this Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone encourages the development of fine and gross motor skills.

Product Features:

  • Eyeballs move up and down
  • Doubles as a make-believe phone
  • Classic design

Product Details:

  • Ages 1 year & up
  • Model no. 77816

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Rated 5 out of 5 by good I purchased it bcoz my daughter had it 9yrs ago and I want his brother to have this same as hers and glad I bought it my son is happy playing with it and pretend his dad is on phone. 05/22/2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not the original phone This is a scaled down version of the original Chatterphone that my kids loved and it is definitely not on the same level. It is smaller, which in itself would be okay for a toddler, but there's no way they can talk on the phone with such a short cord on the plastic receiver. Maybe they were afraid of the cord being a danger but the short cord defeats the whole purpose of the phone concept. I returned this toy and will continue to look for the original phone somewhere. 10/15/2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great features for learning This little telephone has been around for awhile maybe now not as constructed as well as before but still serve a purpose for learning and the toy bring back memories for young and old. I bought this toy for a Christmas raffle for a organization to make extra funds. 01/19/2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Classic Toy! I bought this toy for my 8 month old grandson, and he really likes it! It keeps him entertained by playing with the dial and when he starts walking, he'll have fun pulling it around. Not high-tech by any means as it looks like an old rotarty dial phone, but I think this is a good educational toy for babies/toddlers. 08/20/2012
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