Goplus Non-Toxic Baby Grand Toy Piano

Last updated: June 6, 2023

If you're looking for a toy piano that looks and feels like the real thing, this model is your best bet. It's elegantly constructed using birch wood and decorated with an environmentally friendly paint that is non-toxic. The piano has 30 keys that are perfectly spaced for little fingers, as well as a matching bench.

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: This toy piano is available in a sleek black, as well as an adorable pink.

In our analysis of 28 expert reviews, the Goplus Non-Toxic Baby Grand Toy Piano placed 9th when we looked at the top 17 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Proper size for children from Toddler to 7, miniature scale fits to your child’s room or anyplace of your house. Width of the keys promotes comfortable finger placement and provides easier playing for small hands.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

This beautiful piano is ideal for toddlers and young kids up to 7 years old.
Acoustic toy piano sound
Your budding Beethoven will look adorable when seated at this Goplus Wood Toy Grand (appx. $79), which comes with a bench so they can sit down for practice just like they've seen you do. Note that this one is for smaller children who haven't hit their growth spurt yet.
The hardwood bench and piano include rounded corners and the lid is made with safety hinges.
This Classical Kids Piano from Goplus is a great 30-key piano for kids whose design has child safety in mind.
The Goplus Classical Kids Piano is a cute, clever toy grand piano that small kids will love. It’s the right size for children under seven and the entire instrument is designed to accommodate pianists with small hands.
This piano looks great and the look of a grand piano. It also includes a bench that matches the style of the grand piano look. The bench is comprised of hardwood and is surprisingly durable and strong.

What reviewers didn't like

The keys are a bit wobbly and they tend to stick a bit.
Lack of quality control results in poor coating finish
Doesn't sound like a real piano
Not easy to assemble
The keys are not completely stable- they wobble around a little bit.
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