Peekaboo Jack in the Box
- Play musical peek-a-boo with this adorable Jack in the Box!
- Wind it up and a cute blue monkey will pop out!
- The monkey's hands even stick!
- Hours of peek-a-boo entertainment for ages over 18 months.
- Box measures approximately 16cm / 6.5 inches high and 13cm / 5 inches wide.
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This unique Jack in the Box features a colourful monkey which has a special surprise! Velcro padded hands allow him to play Peek-a-boo with you Plays "Pop Goes the Weasel". Tin box measures 14cm tall. Ages: 3+
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Top Customer Reviews
This is fantastic,simple melody, not too loud, my son giggles with excitement, when the monkey pops up.
Also it is very strong as my son had a tantrum and used it as a ball, then calmed down and wanted me too help him play with it.
The Jack in the Box, has a proud place in my child's play time, that evades the plastic tack that is in the market today.
Traditional toys, which is a long term gift and also well made.
Packaged well, and received intact and sooner than i thought, before xmas.
Excellent value for money. Would look at buying the next one.
It's well made.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Long lasting, quality toy! A classic, and my 3 year old loves it.Published 7 months ago by Christina
Quality Built item that has had many years of use and still going strong.Published 14 months ago by Gurch
My daughter had been wanting a jack in the box for a long time and I scoured toy shops trying to find one without success. Read morePublished on 2 Aug. 2014 by Hannah
Purchased this for a pmld child who absolutely loves it. It is strong and robust. Would recommend.Published on 13 July 2014 by Jo W.
My granddaughter aged 3 absolutely love this toy. They can play with on and off for a long time and they carry it around with them. Read morePublished on 2 May 2014 by Clarissa
This was bought for our 18 month old son. He was too young to operate it, but loved the music and pop-up action. Now he's 2 he can work it himself and still loves it. Read morePublished on 27 Feb. 2014 by Helen I Waldram