Review: Fisher Price Classic Record Player

There’s nothing better than toys that make you nostalgic and remind you of your own childhood whilst playing with the children. Prezzybox asked us if we’d like to review something from their children’s collection and when I saw that they stocked the Fisher Price Classics range of toys I knew that the children would love them – and that they’d remind me of being small again.

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The Fisher Price Classic Record Player arrived quickly and was well packaged. I loved the retro brown cardboard packaging and vintage design. The record player takes batteries but is set into motion by winding it up at the front – like the old days! It comes with a variety of records – or CDs as LP calls them! – and a handy storage compartment in the back to keep all the records safe and together.

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The record player is easy to use by winding it up at the front, placing a record on top, moving the arm across and sliding the on/off toggle across. This is something LP mastered in no time and was soon listening to music and changing discs with ease.

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The Classic Record Player is a toy that won’t date, can be played with for generations and has an iconic design that will never get boring. It’s a toy that has been around for years and I am so glad it has been recreated for LP’s childhood. I know it will be a toy that lives at our house indefinitely.

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If you are looking for more kids reviews on Prezzybox products check out their Kid Pundits page. The Fisher Price Classic Record Player has an RRP of £29.95.

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Disclosure: We were sent the above product for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

9 thoughts on “Review: Fisher Price Classic Record Player

  1. My Dad still has the original one from my childhood and all his grandchildren love playing with it and dancing round the room. Does it still have the same tunes or have they updated them?
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  2. This kind of toys is the one I liked best as a child, my friends and I often played on the weekends toghether. Anyway, I think I will present my future children.

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