Eight colorful keys provide a full scale of musical notes
Helps develop fine motor skills
Fox bobs up and down
Attached mallet encourages walkers to make music anywhere
Store mallet under belly
Size (inches): 15.5l x 6w x 4h; (cm): 39l x 15w x 10h
Number of Pieces: 1
Dimensions (Overall): 4 inches (H) x 15.4 inches (W) x 6 inches (D)
Suggested Age: 1 Year and Up
Weight: 2 pounds
Material: Metal, polypropylene
Assembly Details: No assembly required
Educational Focus: Music, fine motor skills, sensory development
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Item Number (DPCI): 030-10-1808
This adorable fox inspires early musical creativity with eight colorful keys. Our toy xylophone allows musical abilities to grow as babies tap each note and play their first tune. The mallet is attached so they can take their tunes wherever they go—and it won’t get lost!
Features: Ages 12m+ Eight colorful keys provide a full scale of musical notes Helps develop fine motor skills Fox bobs up and down Attached mallet encourages walkers to make music anywhere Store mallet under belly PVC-free, Phthalate-free Size (inches): 15.5l x 6w x 4h; (cm): 39l x 15w x 10h
This is one of the cutest xylophone's I've found! I purchased this for my 7 month old for Christmas and he was instantly interested in it, he loves the sound each key makes. The only thing I wish was different is the length of the string as the mallet it attached to it and it does make is a little more difficult to use.
My daughter is only 6 months, so she doesn’t play with it at length, but she does enjoy hitting it and hearing us play with it! (Not to mention chewing on the mallet, haha!) I see her using this for years to come! It’s very sturdy and well-made and the little fox is so much cuter than other xylophones out there.
I bought this for my daughter for her first birthday. It’s an adorable xylophone and my daughters enjoy the sounds, but the string that keeps the mallet attached is soo short that it’s awkward to play. Slight design flaw on an otherwise great toy!
The construction quality of this toy is very, very good.the only problem with this toy is that when you hit the keys they don't resonate at all.some resonate a little bit but most of the keys are stuck this seems to be the case with all of them not just one bad toy.it's probably an easy fix for the engineers but the fact that they let so many go on the market that's troubling.