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Skip Hop Baby Guitar Developmental Musical Toy, Farmstand Rock-A-Mole Guitar

  • ASIN: B07R3P6HZX
  • Dimension: 11 * 6 * 2.75 inches
  • WEIGHT: 9.6 Ounces
  • Quantity Left: 999

PKR Rs. 6,216.00 /-


Color: Rock-A-Mole Guitar A little bit country and totally guac & roll! This adorable avocado guitar inspires mini musicians with strumming riffs, fun tunes and more! Easy for little hands to hold-just spin the avocado's "pit" or press the light-up buttons and guac out!

Specifications

Item model number
305409
Target gender
Unisex
Number Of Items
1
Batteries required
Yes
Item Weight
9.6 ounces
ASIN
B07R3P6HZX

Color: Rock-A-Mole Guitar A little bit country and totally guac & roll! This adorable avocado guitar inspires mini musicians with strumming riffs, fun tunes and more! Easy for little hands to hold-just spin the avocado's "pit" or press the light-up buttons and guac out!

Furneroo
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2016

Review:Your browser does not support HTML5 video. This trio of forest friends is so cute! The shakers themselves are a little bit larger than a traditional egg shaker, but definitely still easy to hold for a little one. They are also more broad than round. They have a flat spot on the bottom to sit up, as well. They don't produce as much sound as a traditional percussion egg shaker, either. However, they are a toy, and they serve that purpose well. My 1 year old enjoys playing with these and carrying them around with him. I love anything forest friend themed, so not only are they fun to play with, they are cute to look at. They feel sturdy, the seam seems secure, and they are baby-approved! The only question that remains is, where are the fox and hedgehog's mouths? :) I was curious before I bought them what they sounded like, so I have included a video of that for you to know before you purchase! Read more

Claire McCormick
Rating:3.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2019

Review:Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Super cute xylophone. My son loves loves loves it. My issue with this xylophone is that the lower half of the octave doesn't ring out the same way the higher tones do. The pitch is clean, but it's dull and the sound just stops, whereas the upper notes ring out long and clear. I think it's a design issue where something is damping the sound on the lower notes. End of the day though, this bothers me, and not my kid. He is still in the banging phase of using this toy, so tone quality is not exactly his priority. LOL. Read more

Calimari
Rating:3.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2018

Review:I typically really enjoy Skip Hop products, and I will preface by saying that perhaps this will be better enjoyed for older kids, but the age appropriateness at "6+mo" seems a bit off. The colors are bright and pleasant as with all Skip Hop products, so babies and kids are attracted at first glance. However, at 6mo, babies seemed to only be able to play with the beads, and some babies could not hold the toy in whole let alone at the two handles to play as an instrument. Even for coordinated 1yo, it takes some effort to pull on the accordion to play and seems best enjoyed with some assistance. The accordion does have a very whimsical sound, producing sounds when pulling, a different tone when pushing together. While it does seem durable for months and years of enjoyment, I suspect it is better enjoyed by older babies/toddlers. Read more

Chezby
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2019

Review:Your browser does not support HTML5 video. My 2 year old daughter hasn't put her "cado guitar" down for hours! She knew exactly what the toy was supposed to be, her daddy is a musician and she sees plenty of guitars and musical instruments that are too expensive for her to play with. Now she can rock out with daddy anytime! My 5 month old son was very drawn to the music and flashing lights as well. This is a very cute and unique toy from skiphop, very happy with my purchase! Read more

rudolph gandolfini
Rating:3.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2018

Review:Kudos to the genius manager that decided to make the fundamental key short to fit the fox chassis rather than make it long enough to actually produce the correct pitch! It is more like a 1/4 tone above the fundamental and is driving these parents insane. I don't recommend this toy if you want your child to have good relative pitch. If none of this matters to you then this is a really nicely made toy. Read more

Adrianimal
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2018

Review:A cute little toy that truly entertains babies, however... it is difficult for ANYONE to use the stick to hit the keys as it is tethered to the bottom of the toy. There is not nearly enough length to comfortably reach all the keys, particularly for a baby, most likely for safety... I was able to detach the stick by pulling the knot in the string out of the hole in the stick, untie the knot and remove the stick. It still stores perfectly in the slot in the belly of the fox (underside of the toy) so it won’t get lost. SKIP HOP: lengthen the string a bit! It will make this cute little xylaphone a perfect toy! Read more

Mrs.C
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2020

Review:If my child could speak.. "so mommy got me this avocado toy, it makes sounds and creepily smiles at me all the time.. did I mention how good it taste? Mm yes, it is very tasty, everytime I take a bite, the avocado makes music, it is totally rad! Then i use my tiny fingers to move the pit of the avocado and it makes stringy sounds with more music.. wow mom, I thought my bouncer was awesome but now I have the best of both worlds! Thank you creepy avocado for coming into my life but can you stop smiling at me like that? Okay, now I'm going to bite you again! Yum, yum, yum.." -Baby E Read more

Jenn H.
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on February 21, 2019

Review:We found this toy in a Barnes & Noble and ordered it on Amazon as it was cheaper. Our 2 1/2 year old toddler led us on a parade through the store with it. We love this toy because our child has poor muscle tone, and it really gets her to work out her arms in a way most toys do not compel her to. Because it's producing a musical tone, there's an immediate gratification for the physical effort, and the harder she pulls or pushes, the louder it is. But there is no way that an infant could use this thing. Read more

Charlotte
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 10, 2017

Review:Really cute little toy, well made and my son thinks the noise is hilarious. It was a little hard for him to get his coordination right when he was younger, so probably best for babies over 12 months who are a bit stronger. A worthy edition to our toy box, and we like it so much that I’ve bought some more for his friends as gifts. Read more

med_bookworm
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 21, 2018

Review:Our daughter loves these. We bought them when she was just developing her eye-hand coordination. She could lift them with both hands and loved looking at them and sucking on the fox's ears. As she has grown older, they have continued to be her favorite toys. The shaking sounds are not irritating (to us) at all and she simply loves them. Once she was older she could hold one in each hand and bang them together. Now she is a year old and still loves shaking and playing with them, although hedgehog with his bumpy back is now the clear favorite. They are also easy to bring along on trips (can fit in an adult's jacket pocket) to entertain her. They have stood up to many tosses and falls and look pretty similar now to what they did over 6 months ago when we bought them. Read more

Sakai
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 8, 2019

Review:Some have reported this already but the string is short. It's fine when an adult plays the Xylophone, but when a toddler who's hand coordination is great, they will struggle to hit the notes (especially as you go up the keys). I don't think a longer string would compromise it's safety (as long it's not meters long). Also the A key is off note which is a bit annoying. On the positive side, the movement of the fox (bobbles up and down when rolled) is quite nice. Read more

XR13D3R
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 29, 2020

Review:Skip hops products are good I ordered few and very happy with them all. Good Design and are durable this hedgehog is fabulous I missed out in description that it makes sound and my son's loves it he is strong enough to pull it for sound but he loves it when we do it for him...easy to hold for little hands over all very happy with this product Read more

Familycook
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 15, 2019

Review:I bought this for my granddaughter and it was of minimal interest to her until she reached 15 months when she was able to understand how to use the accordion and had the strength to use it. Before then her only interaction with it was touching the textured surface, but even now it is probably the last thing out of the toy box. Read more