Sing Along CD Player - Pink

Price £35.00
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Age range: From 3 years

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Questions & Answers

Does it play normal CDs as well as nursery rhyme and stories?

Asked by: Emma
Hadn't tried it before but yes, I can confirm it does. She loves it so much I never get chance to put my ones in it!
Answered by: Kirsten
Date published: 2017-09-08

Hi, can anyone tell me what batteries this takes? It states ELC C batteries x 6, but can you buy other batteries? For example AA Duracell etc. Also how drop p roof is it?

Asked by: Shelley
Hi, it takes C batteries, the brand doesn't matter. I got some from poundshop, they worked fine guess some other brands may last longer.
Answered by: S
Date published: 2017-09-08

Can this is be used as a personal CD player to listen to story CDs with headphones?

Asked by: Sian
Hello Thank you for your enquiry. This item does have a headphone port, so yes.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-09-08

can batteries be recharged if you buy a power lead

Asked by: Conal
Hi Conal Thank you for your enquiry. The Sing along Cd player can take rechargeable batteries.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-09-08

Does the player come with any CDs?

Asked by: Tracey
No. No cd's come with the cassette player but you can play story cd's on it as well as musical ones...hope this helps .
Answered by: Ellen
Date published: 2017-09-08

Does anyone know where to buy the mains lead please?

Asked by: Sharon
I have a mains lead from a previous cd player.
Answered by: nicky
Date published: 2017-09-08

It says mains lead not included but can it actually play off of the mains electricity supply?

Asked by: Julie
I am sorry I really don't know. My Granddaughter just uses batteries. My machine was from Mothercare, they, may be able to help. Sorry I could not hel further.
Answered by: Marilyn
Date published: 2017-09-08
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