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VTech Puppy Sound Guitar Toy

Features:
• Includes 1x Sensory Puppy Sound Guitar Toy
Perfect toy for Cots, Car Seats, Pushchairs & At Home Play
• Requires 2x AAA Batteries - Included
• Dimensions: H16.5cm x W15cm x D8cm
• Suitable for all children from 3 months+

Age Suitability: 3 months+

About this item

Let’s strum the strings and start to sing! I like playing the guitar! Enjoy discovering music with the adorable Puppy Sounds Guitar by VTech! Press the chunky, light up guitar button to trigger three different styles of music, classical, country and jazz & to see your puppy friend play the guitar! Puppy introduces music and basic number learning.

Early learning is not complete without pretend play and the more imaginative play your child has, the more their creativity and imagination will grow. Role-playing also allows your children to view things from so many different angles and feel a wide range of emotions. Children learn about the world and themselves through pretend play.

Please note: Due to severe weather conditions, our courier is experiencing delays. Please allow extra time for your item(s) to be delivered. Thank you

UK Mainland
*4.99 - (Free over £30.00) - DPD Next Working Day (Orders placed before 2pm Mon-Fri will be delivered the next working day)
UK Remote*
*24.99 - (Flat Rate) - DPD (Please allow 4-5 working days for delivery)

*Remote is N. Ireland, Isle of Man, Channel Islands & Scottish Highlands and Islands.

** Working Days are Monday - Friday (Excluding Bank Holidays).

*** Any orders placed after 2pm Friday and over the weekend will not be dispatched until Monday, excluding Public Holidays.

Returns

Please note: Effective February 1, 2024, we will no longer accept returns for items purchased before January 1, 2024.

You can return orders to us within 28 days for a full refund, including the original delivery cost if you're returning the whole order. Visit our returns page for more information.

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