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This charming gramophone music box plays "Fur Elise" when you wind the silver key on the side. The wood toned base box has a drawer at the bottom that functions as an on/off switch. When you pull out the drawer, the music begins to play and the record spins. Plastic. Approx. 5"L x 4 1/2"W x 9"H.
These are wonderful
Glad to give granddaughters these as gifts -
I have bought this product twice
Teenagers lived it -
I would definitely buy again
So impressed with it, came packaged well easy to assemble and much bigger than expected. Even the little drawer you need to open for the music to play was bigger and you can store little items in it. It is very realistic to the old gramophones and just adorable. I would recommend purchasing this item. Only con is it is made of a very light plastic. But still well made. -
Sher the full time mom,
Acme, p ennsylvania
These are absolutely adorable! Thank you so
Santa Rosa, CA
Cute music box for a collector
This is a cute music box for a collector at a great price (sale price). -
Purchased for my 91 year old Aunt's Birthday...She loved it!!! She remembered back when phonographs were like this! -
really nice music box,
Nice to remember the good ole days, cute piece and I love the music box. -
No battery required
My wife has a couple hundred music boxes and recognized where the music box itself was made. -
Rick NEPA gent,
Cute but made of plastic.
Its a cute design but it is very filmsy and delicate as it is made of plastic. -
item had a crack at base of horn -
Cute, fragile, and Fur Elise
Pros: as depicted, easy assembly (basically the cone in two parts), the little disc spins like you are playing a record, the tune only plays when the drawer is open, easy wind lever. The Cons: the drawer is slightly heavier than paper, not as strong as cardboard, so you have to be very, very gentle with it. Too flimsy. Could not let children touch it, must be high up, if you knocked it down the cone would snap off, the arm for the record player would snap off. I bought it as a nostalgia knick-knac but it is very petite and frail. I hate fur elise, but there were no other choices on tune. I have it high up and only open the drawer when I am undisturbed by pets or kids. Recommend with caveats. -