|商品尺寸||12.7 x 7.62 x 19.05 cm; 453.59 克|
Hohner Accordions 手风琴 inch (UC102R)
- 七个按钮的设计，包含 2 个低音按钮和空气阀
- 适合 4 岁及以上儿童使用
Hohner Kids 手风琴，所有孩子喜欢的 - 漂亮的透明红、合适的尺寸、美好的感觉。
- Seven treble and two chord buttons
- Songbook and playing instructions included
- Attractive, solid red design with white buttons
- Certified for ages 4+
- BPA free
Hohner Toy Accordion - Red
This toy accordion is a scaled down version of our larger models. This toy accordion features seven treble and chord buttons. Also included with the accordion is a songbook and playing instructions.
Certified for age 4+
The toy accordion is a great toy for children above the age of four to express themselves with the beauty of music.
Includes a songbook and playing instructions
Included with the accordion is a songbook and playing instructions so your little one can learn a few different songs with their instrument and how to properly play it.
Anyway, that aside, let's talk about how good this is as a toy. I bought this for my 3 year old nephew, and it turned out to be very difficult for him to use. It takes a good amount of strength to move it in and out (at least for a kid). As an adult, I had no trouble, but I did find it to be a bit stiff, especially for how light it is. Two other older children played with it at the party, and they appeared to be around 7 and 10. They both enjoyed it, but I could tell they had some trouble getting it to open and close, too. I love the concept, and the kids did seem to enjoy it for a little while, but I doubt this toy will see much use after the newness wears off. I wouldn't buy it again.
- Nice build, great colors
- Great for kids
- Not tuned
- The last 2 buttons barely make a sound, you have to push/pull real hard to hear them
- Leaks a lot of air
I have another mini accordion from another brand and sounds much better than this one. Was expecting more quality from Hohner.
It bothers me a great deal when junky toys are sold as instruments: kids or adults get discouraged from learning to play - sometimes for life! This accordion is not quite a junky toy, but it's a toy.
Would I give this to any youngster? Not if I wanted them to actually learn to play tunes - they might get too discouraged. As just a toy, I think it would be okay.
The original design was probably fine, then with cutting corners in the manufacturing process, the quality dipped below satisfactory.
It is small (kid size after all), but this little guy is very well made, and has a nice full sound. If taken care of properly, it would be a great toy for a kid.