Fisher Price Classics Teaching Clock

Introduced in 1968, the Music Box Teaching Clock has made learning to tell time fun for generations of children. Designed as The Little Red School House, the Music Box Teaching Clock plays Grandfather’s Clock, and reveals pictures of preschoolers hour by hour as the clock face and minute hand revolve. Product Features Classics from your

Introduced in 1968, the Music Box has made learning to tell time fun for generations of children. Designed as The Little Red School House, the Music Box Clock plays Grandfather’s Clock, and reveals pictures of preschoolers hour by hour as the clock face and minute hand revolve.

Product Features

  • from your childhood re-released
  • Retro Style Packagin
  • quality and value
  • Perfect for the growing baby/toddler
  • Ages 12 months +

Comments

WDC says:

Nostalgic but a poor quality product. It broke. I would, sadly, not recommend buying this product. My parents bought one for me and my 3 siblings 45 years ago and it still works perfectly. We bought this 3 years ago, have 1 child and the winding mechanism has broken. We’ve had to buy another one as our son is using it to learn to tell the time with and the warranty has expired on this one.

SJ L. says:

Avoid! Do not let misplaced nostalgia lure you in to buying this crock of rubbish Bought for my son’s birthday – didn’t even last a day before the winding mechanism gave up. Massively disappointing. Fisher Price ought to be ashamed of this latest model, which does not bear comparison with the previous wooden version of my own childhood. Cheap materials and cheap parts – and a very sad toddler as a result. Pitiful product.

Bethany Dawn says:

but other than that it is a great toy, and love that it does the same … looks identical to the old classic, however it’s not wooden which is a little disappointing, but other than that it is a great toy, and love that it does the same sounds as the classic too.

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