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- Colorful, attractive and easy to assemble multi-musical instrument table will keep children busy for hours
- Tested to meet European and U.S. safety standards
- Helps kids develop rhythm and melody
- Includes Drum, Xylophone, mini Cymbal, and 2 drum sticks
- Recommended for ages 18 months and up
List Price: $39.99
Boikido Wooden Percussion Table Description
Reviews By S. Waldron : Date December 29, 2009
I adore this little percussion table, it definitely has the cute factor and my 14-month old loves to play with it (as well as his 3 year old brother). The only issue we have it that it does tip over easily if any weight is put on the table on either side of the cymbal. I am afraid he will climb on top and topple over, so I can’t leave this out when I am not watching closely. I would love to see the manufacturer substitute 2 legs spread out on the back side instead of only 1 in the middle.
Reviews By Knitfiend : Date December 28, 2009
My baby loves this percussion table! It also required very little assembly (yay!) and doesn’t take up too much room (double yay!) The only problem with it is that it is a bit unstable and she pulls it over on herself very easily. Therefore, I don’t plan to let her play with this without me right there.
Reviews By Renee F. Schnabel : Date December 30, 2009
Reviews By Border Cal : Date March 15, 2012
I bought this stylish combo of drum, cymbal and xylophone on impulse at a local shop. I nearly returned it the next day due to complaints on this site about it tipping over and the potential for kids to destroy the drum skin. But desperate to entertain my bored 10-month-old lad, I tore it open–and with no regrets.
It is definitely tipsy, apparently because of a design compromise to make it lightweight and easier to ship. But after a few hours of sporadically satisfactory play he figured out that it’s just not for standing on: you have to sit down to play with it. The way I see it, the table helped him to actually reason something out. I’m not sure the tippiness is a net negative.
Regarding the drum skin’s proneness to damage, we’ve had the table for 8 months now and the skin’s still in very good condition. There are a few small concavities from vigorous pounding, but it sounds brand new. I did work with him several times to hold the drumstick properly, which probably helped.
My biggest complaint is that the xylophone sounds flat. You can still play a fun chiming tune on it, but it definitely doesn’t ring out, especially in comparison with the high-volume cymbal and drum. I’d buy it again, partly because I just think it’s fun.