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In 2002, Tiger Electronics (Hasbro), released a toddler version of their popular "HitClips" player, called KidClips. Intended for ages 3 and up, there were two retro-styled players: one that looked like a jukebox, and one that looked like a radio. Each came with one music cartridge; more music could be purchased separately. The original cartridges featured 60-second clips of popular Disney tunes. They were attached by cords to a chunky clip, and could be clipped onto a strap on the player to help keep them from getting lost.
A special radio-style player with Sesame Street graphics was produced, along with a number of song cartridges, including: