Hape Hljóðfæri – Lærðu með ljósi harmonika

kr. 6.260

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Play-along harmonica with guiding flashing lights

Follow the guidance of the Light Up Play Panel(red indicates to blow out and blue to suck in) and learn to play the five included tunes. Then, when you`re more confident, switch to Band Mode to speed up and hear the extra instruments!

Includes an instruction sticker and a book to guide you how to play. Features a handle on the body which makes it easy to carry the ukulele around with you

Come with real strings(including one for replacement) which you can actually tune!


Powered by 1 LITHIUM BATTERY (included)

This toy instrument will teach your little musician to play the harmonica in no time! This light-up harmonica comes with widely spaced holes and a blue and red light that shows your child when to inhale and exhale

Kids can follow the lights to learn a melody and slowly master 5 cool tunes. When your budding musician builds up their confidence, they can switch their harmonica to Band Mode to speed things up and play along with the accompaniments.

The 270-degree rotatable Light Up Play Panel Covers the holes of the instrument to keep them clean when your little musician goes on tour! The light-up panel can also be detached to play independently as a traditional harmonica

Mastering this instrument will teach young kids about a range of basic musical techniques, making it the perfect introduction to advanced musical learning. It also aids in the development of creative and auditory skills

The harmonica comes with a handy charging cable, so there’s no need to keep replacing batteries.


Þyngd 240 g
Ummál 16 × 8 × 8 cm



LOVE - PLAY - LEARN Holding the Hape philosphy dear to the design of every product. Love is the mutual love between child and parent. Play is the experience of success or failure. Learn is the natural outcome from love and play. Deep in our hearts, we believe that play is the most import thing for children all over the world. Germany invented the word and the concept "kindergarten", and if children learn true play, they will have deeper understanding of many things in life and therefore become better adults in the future.