Rock And Roll It

Flexible Roll-Up Piano Sample

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Not for adults

8/10/2018 by Karina

Bought this for my adult son and it did not work for him. He will be passing it on to someone that has a kid!



11/14/2016 by Diane

The item arrived in good condition, but I was disappointed in the sound quality. I wanted something compact I could use when travelling. This item behaved as described, and I think it would be perfect for a young child just learning piano, just not the right item for me.


Did not work

12/28/2017 by Alison

The product was a gift from Santa and it was working for one day and then stopped. The drum set I bought that is a similar product NEVER worked. I have to send it back and my child is wondering why Santa would give him a broken toy.

I am not thrilled.


Unhappy Camper

4/9/2017 by Gary

I forgot about this purchase for quite a while after receiving it and after literally playing twice. I thought at the time that I should return it and then life had different plans. It remained in it's original package until this morning when I thought I'd give it another go. Functionality is mediocre at best and there is no pleasure of any sort in playing it. Sorry for the late review, but I would recommend avoiding this "Piano"


a good kid's toy

12/9/2016 by harold

the size & rol up portability is excellent. but the sound is too toy-like. the notes do not sound truly musical enough. sorry.
i returned it.


broke right away

12/7/2016 by Lea

If it had worked longer than an hour, it would have been pretty cool. Note that it doesn't feel like you're playing real piano keys, but if you don't have room for a piano, it would be a way to start learning (as long as it works).

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The Rock And Roll It Story

Can your piano bend like this?

Unroll to Play

These piano, bongos, and drum sets are made from a soft, flexible silicone that you can fold and pack to take anywhere.

Maker Zvika Givli wanted to make sure his daughter could practice piano beyond the confines of their living room. He invented a small one she could unroll to play while camping and traveling.

Each of the sets have a headphone jack so you can play without disturbing anyone else. The piano and bongos also have a built-in speaker—loud enough for your own entertainment. The drums don’t have their own speakers, but with all the instruments you can hook them up to an external
speaker and play for an audience.

To make them extra portable, each instrument runs on batteries or via USB. To get your creative juices flowing, each has ready-made tracks. Once you play your own tunes, there’s an option to record and play back your masterpiece.
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