Musical Cuboid - Auditory Toy

Our Ref #: 3EMBR
£47.95 exc. VAT


The Mozart Musical Cuboid is a fantastic toy to enhance musical interest and encourages creativity and interactive play! The bright lights flash/move with the tempo of the music, great for visual stimulation and tracking. By touching the different sides of the cube, you can add or subtract a combination of instruments - or press the orchestra button to hear everything play at once! The toy helps to improve cognitive skills as well as listening and sound recognition. It also helps to strengthen hand-eye coordination and is a fun way to introduce cause-effect learning. The cube plays 8 Mozart compositions with 5 instruments; Harp, French Horn, Piano, Flute, and Violin. Made from durable plastic with rounded corners for a baby-safe design. Features bright colours such as yellow, green, purple, and magenta and has a switch for adjusting the volume. The award-winning toy is recommended for budding composers of all ages. Requires 3 AA batteries (included).

Additional Information

  • Dimensions: 13cm
  • Power: Requires 3x AA

9 Reviews

Joycr H.Verified Buyer.
Reviewed on 24/08/22
My great granddaughter lovesvv CB it!
Joycr H.Verified Buyer.
Reviewed on 24/08/22
My great granddaughter lovesvv CB it!
Katie J.Verified Buyer.
Reviewed on 20/03/18
Item seems to be good quality. Music/sound is interesting and engaging.
Barbara M.Verified Buyer.
Reviewed on 23/11/17
Not age appropriate for my child
Sabrina H.Verified Buyer.
Reviewed on 03/05/17
This was a gift for a child living in another state so I cannot give a honest review
Stephanie W.Verified Buyer.
Reviewed on 29/12/15
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Much smaller than I had anticipated. Expensive for what it was
Jane M.Verified Buyer.
Reviewed on 21/03/15
Absolutely perfect for the child I bought it for. Am very pleased.
Alma T.Verified Buyer.
Reviewed on 31/12/14
This is a great toy for any child. The musical instrumentation is amazing. To be able to build to a whole orchestra is awesome.
David M.Verified Buyer.
Reviewed on 04/01/14
He seems to enjoy it.