Remo HK-1228-52 Baby Drum Mallet

Brand: Remo

Item: #260959
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By Remo.  This chunky mallet is 4.5" long, with a white plastic shaft and a red-colored ball on each end of the mallet (double head).  An easy mallet for infants and young children to use.

Note: This is the same mallet that comes with the Remo Lynn Kleiner HD-2005-LK Baby Drum.

Reviews

5.0 (based on 1 customer reviews)

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West Music Store
Perfect for little hands wanting to play the drum!
Molly B on Sep 4, 2013
This looks safe for babies to mouth, without having to worry about gagging. Also, there would be no wrong way to hit a drum with it!
Jessica J on May 1, 2013
Perfect for little hands wanting to play the drum!
Molly B on Sep 4, 2013
Safer than a regular hard drumstick.
Christopher B on Jun 17, 2013
This looks safe for babies to mouth, without having to worry about gagging. Also, there would be no wrong way to hit a drum with it!
Jessica J on May 1, 2013
Perfect for the one year old!
Kirstie W on Dec 31, 2012
great for baby
Edward R on Dec 7, 2012
Good idea! Looks safe for my grandson
Janna K on Nov 12, 2012
Traditional rhythm sticks and beaters not safe for infants and toddlers
Marcia R on Sep 29, 2012
they look like fun and perfect for kids music classes age 0-3
Antje Z on Aug 30, 2012
My son is one year old and the drum stick that comes with the Childs Drum (BU7101) has a smaller stick that I'd not like him to use until he is a year or so older.
Robyn B on Aug 24, 2012
Replace and old one that the dog eat
Xaymara G on Jul 14, 2012
I purchased these for use with infants and have only used them once. Infants and young children only want to put them in their mouth and chew on them! If they have teeth, they break apart and become a choking hazard as well as destroy the intention. This may work as an adaptation for children with special needs, but is large for small hands and I haven't tried yet.
Shelly P on Dec 16, 2011
I teach Kindermusik classes - always looking for new instruments/objects for babies to explore.
Jamie E on Dec 5, 2011
To bang on things
Roberta N on Dec 5, 2011
Looks like it will be easier for a young baby to use
Karen M on Sep 23, 2011
Often my son will grab the ball end of the mallet to play the drum. This mallet automatically gives the child the sound they are looking for because there is a ball on each end!
Lisa M on Sep 18, 2011
Safer than a regular hard drumstick.
Christopher B on Jun 17, 2013
Perfect for the one year old!
Kirstie W on Dec 31, 2012
What age is this mallet rated for? In other words, is it safety rate for age 0+ and up, 6 months and up, or what?
Jill B on Jun 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I had planned to use the mallets with my infant to two year old class, but ALL of the babies under age 2 immediately tried to EAT them!! The soft heads are pleasant and soft, but little mouths and beginning teeth just want to eat them!
This year the older 2 and 3 year olds seemed to handle them well.

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