VTech Touch and Swipe Baby Phone, Pink

October 22, 2019 - Comment

The Touch & Swipe Baby Phone by VTech captures your child’s imagination with their very own smartphone for role-play fun! Slide between screens for two modes of play on this educational toy with twelve light-up pretend learning apps or switch to Music mode to play fun melodies and sing-along songs. Vivid colors and a touch

The Touch & Swipe Baby Phone by VTech captures your child’s imagination with their very own smartphone for role-play fun! Slide between screens for two modes of play on this educational toy with twelve light-up pretend learning apps or switch to Music mode to play fun melodies and sing-along songs. Vivid colors and a touch screen engage your child as they role-play by calling family, friends or even their stuffed animals. The “Home” button feature allows you to record and save your home number for learning. With a pretend calendar, clock and weather apps, your baby learns about the day while the touch screen and slider build hand/eye coordination. Your child will discover and explore with fun sounds and sing-along songs that introduce ABCs, 123s and first words. It’s realistic role-play fun and learning on the go!

Product Features

  • Touch screen kids phone with 12 light-up pretend apps including pretend calendar, clock, and weather
  • The 12 included apps respond to touch and light up; toggle between the app screen and the Music mode screen using the slide at the bottom of the pretend phone
  • Home button saves your phone number so toddlers can pretend to call home; 15 melodies, different phrases and sing along songs keep kids engaged
  • Educational kids toy introduces role-play and hand eye coordination for your children; songs help teach ABCs, 123s and first words
  • Baby phone is designed for 6 month to 3 year olds and is not moisture proof; required 2 AAA batteries. Batteries included for demo purposes only, new batteries recommended for regular use

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great investment to keep the little one off my phone I was tired of my baby trying to eat my cell phone. While it didn’t work so great, she seems to like it. Only thing I wish there was a lower volume setting!Update:Thought it ended up breaking because it was looping and wasn’t really responsive but it ended up it just needed a battery change, it’s amazing how durable it is! This thing can really take a beating! She’s had it for over a year and the amount of drool during her teething phase and the amount of times it’s been thrown during a fit and it still works great.I review my products because I base my purchase decisions on reviews and there is nothing worse than getting something other than what you expected based on the reviews you read, so I’ll always try to give the facts about the product first followed by my personal opinion.If you find my reviews helpful to your purchase, please click yes below.

Anonymous says:

Very fun, very tough and way cooler than I expected! I love this toy phone. My twins just turned two and this was one of their gifts. I knew I didn’t want to get them a REAL electronic device, even though they love “playing” on everyone else’s phone and tablet. They’re still young enough to be entertained by a toy, and this one is perfect. First of all, it’s TOUGH. They’re still at that age where throwing things is fun and this phone has already flown down the stairs and across several rooms and it’s still perfect. Secondly, it’s just FUN. It lights up, it sings, it rings, it says cheese and makes a camera shutter sound. The screen is hard plastic, so I assumed all the “apps” underneath were just decorative, but I was wrong. It actually responds to touch, so your child can select an “app” and it plays a different game with them (no, the screen doesn’t change, but it starts games like “press the frog” or whatever). Also, when you slide the slider to the music player screen, you can touch the…

Anonymous says:

I will say it’s better than the kids toy flip phones The “swiping” is misleading. My 1 year old is obsessed with cell phones so I got him this for Christmas. The swipe feature is simply a lever at the bottom of the screen to change back and forth between one picture and another. I was hoping this was more high tech to keep his interests but no such luck. I will say it’s better than the kids toy flip phones.

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