‘Tis the season to start thinking about purchasing gifts for Christmas. Today we wanted to share a toy that offers a twist on the classic kid’s sing along music player that I loved as a kid. The Sing-A-Long Music Player ($59.99, Amazon.com) from KidzLane allows kids to express themselves through music in a much more modern way. Now, kids can duet with their friends and family to their favorite CD’s or MP3’s without having to worry about the music skipping.
Kids can’t get enough of this exciting rugged Sing-Along CD & MP3 Player. Featuring a fully programmable CD & Digital MP3 Player with a USB input port and grown up style functions like skip ahead, skip back,random play, intro play, repeat play (single or multiple) and pause. Comes with 2 Sing-Along microphones to encourage sharing, high quality sound system, triple digit LED screen displaying folder & track, easy to use control, separate volume knob for CD & for the microphones. Kids will love to listen more of their favorite tunes with this amazing Sing-Along CD Player, Anti-skip protection, withstands bumps and bangs, thanks to it’s unique sturdy structure and technology. Runs on 6 “C” batteries (not included). Includes jacks for for headphones & AC adapter (Kidzlane AC adapter sold separately).
- Kids Sing Along CD-MP3 player & USB music port, could also play WMA audio format
- Anti-Skip protection, 3 digit LED display, High output speaker sound system
- Fully programmable, choose your desired tracks, random play, intro play, repeat play
- Sing-Along dual microphones with ON/OFF switch & a separate microphone volume control knob
- Uses 6 “C” Batteries (Not Included), Headphones jack & AC/DC 9V jacks (Headphones/AC adapter sold separately)
The NapTime Reviewer’s Thoughts
My daughter is so rough with this toy and I’m completely amazed at how well it’s stood up to the beatings. She carries it all around the house with her singing Frozen tunes and half of the time one of the microphones drags across the ground. She even puts her mouth over the microphones (gross, I know) and they are both still working. We’ve had a little bit of trouble with the USB function when trying to hook it up to a cell phone, but we are still happy just using CD’s for my daughter. Overall, I think this is a great gift option for toddlers up to 10-year olds.