Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes Musical Toy

Promote music appreciation and auditory development by introducing your little one to baby-friendly versions of classical masterpieces by Mozart, Vivaldi, Chopin and Rossini with the Baby Einstein take along Tunes. A large, easy to press button allows your baby to toggle through 7 high quality and enjoyable classical melodies at home, or for on-the-go fun. This baby’s version of an MP3 player has colorful lights that dance across the screen to enhance each entertaining melody and promote visual perception.


My youngest son loves this baby Einstein take along tunes and it will keep him occupied for hours on end. It’s especially helpful on long car rides to keep him occupied pressing buttons and listening to music and because it’s so small it’s great to put in his Pack N’ Play with him. The music has two different levels so that it’s not too loud and obnoxious for parents which is a really great feature considering my son will listen to the music on this toy for hours. The handle is easy for him to get a hold of and he loves to chew on the beads.

It’s very easy to keep this musical toy clean because there are not a lot of bumps and cracks. I just take a wet washcloth and wipe it down. The fact that it’s easy to clean is one of the best things about this toy because my son likes to throw it on the ground and then put it back in his mouth. He has thrown it many times and it hasn’t stopped working and nothing has broken off of it so far so it seems pretty durable.

The stickers are not waterproof, though, so if he is chewing on it for an extended period of time or it gets any more water on it than just a damp cloth the stickers tend to peel off. If they peel off they leave behind a little paper and glue residue which is not something I want my child to accidentally ingest while he’s chewing on it. This musical toy also drains batteries very quickly which I kind of expected considering the music and lights are running pretty consistently. I have started using rechargeable batteries with it, and that significantly cut down on the cost.

Considering how much my son enjoys playing with this baby Einstein take along tunes musical toy and how affordable it is, I’d say it’s well worth every penny and I would definitely recommend it to anyone with young kids. It keeps him occupied and happy for long periods at a time and learning to pressing the button and listening to the classical music will help with the development of his brain and motor skills.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. This toy had a good run in our home. My middle son recieved it as a gift at 6 months. He took to it quickly and given his name (Lyrik) was born to be a music lover. It was his go to toy right away in the mornings. I was a bit hesitant, it is (in my mind) a bit hard and heavy for such a young baby, but at only 7lbs at 6 months, you could probably see why I saw this an issue. Most of the time he dragged it around when he got more mobile. As stated above, the decals were picked and sucked right off the toy rather quickly. Around 9 months he started walked and gave up this toy for anything he could climb on or push around, though we still saw him find it once in a while and give it some love. We had our third son shortly before Lyrik first birthday and (original batteries still going strong) used it to lull our newborn during busy moments of life, like while i did dishes, or gave the others baths. He seems to remember the music and you can tell it brings him some comfort. He has just started grabbing toys and has a much easier time picking this up than his tiny brother did. At 6 months and 15lbs, you can see no hard effort. I still worry a bit about the movement and randomly smacking himself in the face, but he does that with most objects. I almost wish it had a jell cover to lighten the blow. The handle with chew beads makes it just that much more fun, though other boys paid less attention to those than to the actual buttons.

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