Fisher Price Classic Chatter Phone Reviews

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Fisher Price Classic Chatter Phone

Fisher Price Classic Chatter Phone

  • The Chatter Telephone was the ultimate pretend play toy with its ringing rotary dial
  • With eyes that roll up and down, a mouth that chatters, and a dial that rings
  • Preschoolers love to chat on the phone-and this classic roll-along pull-toy with a friendly face

Introduced in 1961, The Chatter Telephone was the ultimate pretend play toy with its ringing rotary dial and its friendly interactive design. Since then, technology has changed quite a bit, but the Chatter Telephone makes children smile just the same way. With eyes that roll up and down, a mouth that chatters, and a dial that rings, this friendly phone is ready for a whole new generation of children to enjoy.

List Price: $ 19.99

Price: $ 12.99

Plan Toys Dancing Alligator

Plan Toys Dancing Alligator

  • PlanToys is the first company to manufacture toys using wood from rubber trees that no longer provide Latex
  • PlanToys practices the three RS of Green Living: Reduce Reuse and recycle our manufacturing processes are designed to reduce waste and save energy
  • Plantoys creates innovative educational toys for every developmental stage of childhood
  • Plantoys are made from non-toxic natural materials such as organic rubber wood
  • The plan toys dancing alligator is an awesome accessory for your child’s play collection

PlanToys Dancing Alligator

List Price: $ 20.00

Price: $ 22.49

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  1. 60 of 60 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Plan Toys Dancing Alligator vs. Hape Walk Along Croc, June 22, 2015
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    This review is from: Plan Toys Dancing Alligator (Toy)
    I have ended up with both the Plan Toys Dancing Alligator pull toy AND the Hape Walk Along Croc so I am here to give a comparison. I will start by saying that I have purchased several wooden toys from both companies for my son. I could not choose a favorite toy company between the two, as both my son and I love both. Here is how we break the two down:

    1. Appearance: Both toys are absolutely adorable. The Hape Croc's head is painted on a single piece of wood, while the Plan Toys Alligator's head is made from a couple of pieces of wood and the mouth opens and closes and only the eyes are painted. They are both a similar green color, though the Hape is a little brighter/yellowy (though not as bright as the photo shows). If you have other Hape products, the green is one they commonly use as in their Country Critters Activity Cube or Little Dump Truck. Additionally, the Hape has less green and more natural wood showing, which could be a plus or minus for some. The Hape also has little claws painted on the orange wheels, while the Plan Toys has yellow wheels with no feet painted on. I don't love that Hape stamped their logo on the tail, making it fairly prominent. They both have pull strings, the Hape Croc's is green, and the Plan Toys Alligator is a natural light brown. The Hape pull string is about 3-4 inches longer, while the Plan Toys pull string is a bit thicker. The Hape Croc is also slightly longer by about 2 inches. In this category, I feel that the Plan Toys Alligator wins for looks because the head is more interesting without the paint and the color is warmer.

    2. Function: When pulled, the Plan Toys Alligator moves forward and backwards. Basically, the back wheels move closer to the front wheels and then they move further away. The Hape Croc has a more side to side motion where the back wheels wiggle from side to side. I find the Plan Toys Alligator to be much louder than the Hape Croc. Enough so that I find it a bit annoying after a while. The Hape Croc still makes some noise, but not nearly as much. They both have rubber on all wheels, which I believe provides traction for their special movements. Overall, the winner in this category is the Hape Croc because it is quieter and has a smoother movement.

    3. Fun: My son loves both equally and we enjoy switching them out. I do think I will use the Plan Toys as an outdoor toy and the Hape can stay inside due to the noise.

    Overall, if I were to only have one, I would select the Hape Croc. Now, I don't think you can go wrong with either, this is just my preference. I also just find the wiggly side to side motion of the Croc to be crazy adorable, while the other I find more novel.
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    Ashley2018-01-10 19:01
  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars and they both turned it into their favorite "pet", walking it wherever they went, June 24, 2017
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    Tim C (Mill Creek, WA USA) -
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    This review is from: Plan Toys Dancing Alligator (Toy)
    Don't know what it is about this toy, but I got it for 2 grandsons at around 18 months, and they both turned it into their favorite "pet", walking it wherever they went. One would even pick him up to carry across gravel or sand, so as not to get his "feet" dirty. Simple fun for them both.
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    Cherie V.2018-01-10 20:00
  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars An instant favorite, October 7, 2015
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    Cherie V. (Raleigh, NC, USA) -
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    This review is from: Plan Toys Dancing Alligator (Toy)
    As soon as this gator came out of the box, my son started playing with it. Weeks later, he hasn't lost interest at all. Thankfully, the clacking sound is entertaining, but not annoying. The toy is well made; it only shows minor scrapes or wear after being dragged upside down across the pavement. Most of the time it stays right-side-up just fine, but sometimes my toddler carries it away by the string or just gets too excited and ends up dragging it on its back or side. The string is long enough that I can walk the alligator without stooping too much, which I appreciate.
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    Anonymous2018-01-10 20:13