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Curious George Jack in the Box by Schylling
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- Everyone's favorite Curious George
- Plays Pop Goes the Weasel
- Classic Jack-in-the-Box
- Plush Curious George inside
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Delight youngsters with a classic Jack-in-the-Box that features everyone's favorite spunky monkey, Curious George.
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Here are my issues with how it's designed:
1. It has a door latch right on top, that if you lightly touch, the clown pops out rendering the crank and music unnecessary. My 18 month old figured the button out, literally, one second after I handed her the product so she just does that instead waiting on the crank.
2. Once the clown does pop out, it requires a level of coordination to put back in and re-latch that a small child (like my aforementioned 18 month old) just does not possess. You have to hold the clown down while simultaneously shutting the lid and latching it otherwise the door doesn't shut. So this means every three seconds she's bringing it to me to close so she can have one second of fun and repeating the process. It should just work that the clown automatically goes back in when the lid is shut...
3. If the crank is in the wrong spot ... and by that I mean, in the spot it was right after the clown pops, the door won't stay latched and you have to turn the crank a bit more before closing the door. Again, a difficult concept to explain to a small child... particularly one who has already figured out the only reason you may want to even use the crank is to hear Pop Goes The Weasel. Not that if she did understand this she'd be able to close the door herself anyway.
So, I suggest getting a different one from a different manufacturer unless you enjoy having your small child hand you a jack-in-the-box every three seconds until they get bored playing with the toy...
I'd return this one but now that's she's started playing with it, it'll be her favorite toy for a while and I don't want to be the ogre who gives her a toy then immediately takes it away.
So, if you need me, I'll be repeatedly stuffing a clown back into a box for the next three weeks... *sigh*
The only con I can think of is that the mechanism that holds the lid down doesn't reset sometimes because the children stop turning the handle once the jester pops us. The box does warn about this, letting you know to turn the handle more until it clicks. It's not enough of an issue to deduct a starr as it's easy enough for a child to understand this basic bit of troubleshooting once shown.
Also, it took 3 minutes for my 18 month old daughter to realize that she can depress the latch mechanism to make the monkey pop out. The manufacturer should've designed this so that it's more difficult, not less difficult, to release the latch mechanism than it is to turn the crank to release the monkey.
Here are my impressions:
1. Well made. Sturdy.
2. Pretty. Colorful. Attractive.
3. There should be some feedback when you turn the knob in the wrong direction.
4. Music has appropriate volume, and is pleasing.
5. Monkey is tricky to stuff back in. It requires two handed coordinated operation.
6. The tight circular motion of the crank is challenging for a toddler.
7. The latch mechanism is easily bypassed, obviating the need for the crank.
I would say this Jack in the box would be appropriate for a 2.5 month to 3 month old baby. Our baby will grow into it -- it'll be a challenge for her, but isn't that the whole point of well made toys?