Melissa & Doug Learn-To-Play Piano With 25 Keys and Color-Coded Songbook, H: 18.5 x W: 13 x D: 11.5
Price:PKR. 84,167.00 /
|Product weight:||11.5 Pounds|
|Product dimentsions:||15.75 x 9.5 x 11.5 inches|
- Product value: PKR 12760
- Customs and clearance: PKR 71407
- Supplements surcharge: PKR 0
- Promotion: PKR 0
- Total: PKR 84167
JenniferRating:1.0 out of 5 stars
Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2017
Review:I've just recently started purchasing Melissa and Doug products. (My son tends to be a bit rough on his toys so I mostly opt for the cheaper, less costly to replace options). Some of their products, like their puzzles and the kids table, are sturdy and well made so I was expecting this piano to be of the same quality, boy was I wrong. This things is, I'm sorry to say, junk. It sounds horrible, nothing like a real piano. Pretty much exactly like a xylophone. Most of the keys stay depressed unless you pull them back up with a finger. The keys also wobble quite a bit. After my kids played with it for less than 5 minutes I decided this wasn't at all what I wanted for them so I picked it up to put away until I could return it. As I set it down, I noticed the upper left screw in the back was about 3/4 of the way out already. I pushed it back in with very little forced which isn't really a good thing. All in all, I would have given it two stars if the age recommendation would have been for 6+ months since all this thing is good for is a baby to bang on but since it says it's for 3+ ( which was another factor when I bought it since my son will be 3 in two months) I cannot justify giving this product anything higher than one star. I hate writing bad reviews however I feel the consumer should be aware of what they are getting. With that being said, if you are looking for a little piano that sounds slightly better than the musical plastic ones, and something to teach your child how to position their hands to play a real piano and nothing more than this might work for you. On the other hand, if you are looking fora study product and something that will actually teach your child the sound of notes this is absolutely not it. Read more
Daryl GatesRating:1.0 out of 5 stars
Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2015
Review:I normally don't like writing bad reviews as I realize it can affect sales, but this product has a serious flaw. It is held together by eight phillips screws. My 9 month old banged on this for a few days (which is what babies do), and I noticed her put something in her mouth. Before she was able to swallow it, I discovered it was a screw. It had loosened on the bottom of the machine and dislodged (see photos). This is a very serious design flaw. These screws should be encased inside, or have some sort of protective covers on them, thankfully I was able to get the screw out of my baby's mouth before she could swallow it, the manufacturer of this product should take a long hard look at a re-design, as any one of these screws can come out, I ended up taping them over so that when the piano gets banged upon, they won't come loose. Read more
Lindsay HillerRating:2.0 out of 5 stars
Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2018
Review:A friend has a piano like this and my baby loved it so we wanted to get one of our own. I love Melissa and Doug products so when i saw that they sell a small piano, I was sure it would be a good one. I was very disappointed... The piano sounds terrible. When you press a key there is a plasticky sound that is even louder than the note, it completely overpowers the music even when my daughter presses the keys hard. (I realize this is a childrens toy and not a real piano, but this was terrible.) The keys don't always even come back up. When we received the piano i actually thought it was broken and returned it to Amazon for a replacement. When the new one arrived in the mail and it was just the same i realized that it's just a low quality product. I gave the piano some stars because my baby still likes it, but competing products are much higher quality for the same price. Melissa and Doug should definitely improve their product. Read more
Angela CallahanRating:1.0 out of 5 stars
Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2017
Review:We bought this piano for our one year old. When we took it out of the box, it immediately felt cheaply made. The strip that sits behind the keys with the notes on it fell off in the box. Apparently it wasn't properly glued on. We considered returning it then, and I wish we had. We allowed our daughter to play with it for a day. She loved it (she loves all musical instruments). We noticed that evening that there was a screw on our carpet near the piano. It was a tiny, maybe 1/4 inch long, screw. Perfect for one year olds to swallow. So my husband picked the piano up and shook it lightly. The whole thing rattled. So he opened the top to look and see if that's where the screw came from. Sure enough, three additional tiny screws fell out. They never screwed the actual keyboard part to the wood, and so there were loose screws tumbling around inside waiting to fall out at the right angle. I am beyond pissed. This was our first Melissa and Doug purchase, and I will never buy from them again. Completely dangerous and careless. They are going to seriously hurt a small child cutting corners like this. Read more
Amanda KoldewynRating:5.0 out of 5 stars
Date:Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2019
Review:We've had this toy piano for 3 years now. It was given as a birthday gift for my daughter's first birthday. It has had consistent, rough use for 3 years now. No, it doesn't have strings like a real piano, it's slightly more like a xylophone (what do you expect? It's a toy, it's not a finely tuned instrument). They bang on it, they make their own melodies, they haul it all over the house. It hasn't quite been thrown down the stairs yet (that I know of) but it gets knocked over, sat on, climbed on, and this sucker is still in perfect shape. Very well worth it toy. Read more
my opinionRating:2.0 out of 5 stars
Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2021
Review:I bought this for my twin toddlers for Christmas. Right out of the box, several keys didn't work. My husband took the top of the piano off and saw that an internal piece of wood had broken off (loose) and was stopping the keys from working. He took out the piece which didn't change the appearance or function of the piano. I thought about sending it back, but we decided to keep it. The music notes that appear above the keys are a thin piece of cardboard and ours wasn't affixed well. So, it ripped off easily. I don't understand why it's not a sticker or painted on. Now in February, several keys stick when they are played and you have to manually push them back up. I usually love Melissa and Doug products, but this piano is not as expected and the price was definitely too high for the quality of the one we received. I wish I would have returned it when I had the chance but the return window has closed. The plus side is my twins love to play the piano. I just wish it worked correctly. Read more
Date:Reviewed in Canada on April 22, 2020
Review:It is okay. My main issue is that the tabs with the colour/notes on them apparently come off very easily because within days of buying it I noticed that all of them were gone... and I don't know what my toddler did with them. I see this as a design flaw for a piano designed for toddlers (it is really too small for anyone else). I was hoping to use the colours to help teach the notes. I probably will paint them on myself to get the same idea because it is smart. Read more
Date:Reviewed in Canada on February 7, 2021
Review:My kid hardly used this toy piano. It is very sturdy and colorful but She lost interest in it very soon. It sounds like xylophone. I suppose it is too small for bigger kids and less captivating/attractive for younger ones. Read more
Date:Reviewed in Canada on December 26, 2017
Review:I had hoped this would be a little better in tune. Not that my 2 year old minds, but it would make our like a little more bearable! Read more
Date:Reviewed in Canada on July 18, 2019
Review:This thing is terrible. Visually quite adorable, but the keys stick and the tune is awfulllllllll. I was very surprised because I thought Melissa and Doug brand to make good quality toys. This one isn’t. Don’t buy it. Read more
Date:Reviewed in Canada on November 4, 2018
Review:While it is recommended for 3 and up my 1 year old grandson loves it. Started playing on it immediately. Sturdy enough for the banging of a very young toddler. Rounded corners means that risk of injury falling into it is less from a sharp edge. A high quality toy like all of Melissa & Doug products. Read more
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