The Chatter Telephone from Fisher-Price is a plastic rotary dial phone with bell that rings when dialed. It has wheels, a friendly smile, and eyes that move up and down when pulled. First introduced in 1962, it was originally designed as a way to teach children how to dial a phone. Though it may not serve that purpose now, it still offers classic fun as kids dial, pick up and hang up the receiver, pretend to talk on the phone, or pull it around by its string.
Toddlers can dial the rotary phone, pick up and hang up the receiver, pretend to talk on the phone, or pull it around by its string. It would make a fun gift for grandparents or parents who may have played with a Chatter Telephone themselves, to give their grandkids or kids.
This old school phone is for a new generation of kids 12-36 months. It would make a fun gift for grandparents or parents to give their grandkids or kids.
First introduced in 1962, the Chatter Telephone is a rotary phone.
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