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Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Learning Walker H8589

Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Learning Walker H8589

3.8 from 5 reviews

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anglethatispurpleSouth Australia

  • 5 reviews

Average toy


Better used a ride on. It goes to fast for my toddler to learn to walk with and by the time they can walk with it they would prefer to just sit and scoot along on it. I found the sounds a bit irritating. Have to make sure it is turned off because it can just start playing music by itself in the middle of the night. When my daughter tried to use it to walk see almost fell flat on her face because it move so fast in front of her. I'd suggest to skip this one and just by a normal ride on.

Not good for teaching kids to walk as the wheels move too fast and a bit expensive.



  • 3 reviews



My baby got this when he was 8 months old and has played with it everyday since. It is a good height for them to sit in front of and play with all the buttons, etc even if they are not pulling themselves up or walking yet. A good mix of entertaining songs and lessons about words, actions etc, and the voice isnt annoying like on some other toys. A versatile toy that will last while sitting, standing, walking and riding. Good value if bought while on special.
Lots of buttons and different things to push and turn, lots of different songs, bright colours, voice used isnt annoying.


JasamAdelaide, SA

  • 77 reviews



I bought this for my daughter on sale, half price. I wouldn't recommend it as a walking aid for a toddler just walking as the wheels go too quickly & a child will fall if they are pushing it. However it's great for the little bit older age group, where they can use it as a ride-on. My daughter loves playing with the blocks in the bonnet. I also found the "learning time" audio quite good as it will say "open/close" when the bonnet is opened/closed & it will also give the name for things like the horn, etc when those buttons are pushed.
Lots of buttons to push. Has a couple of audio choices (talking/learning one & a musical one). Bonnet opens up & has blocks inside.
Wheels turn to quickly for new little walkers!



  • 119 reviews



I found that it was quite difficult for my daughter to learn how to walk with this because she would be leaning on it for support but then that would it made slip from underneath her. She does like driving round on the car still a year after she got it. The music can be annoying at times because bubs keeps pushing the buttons repeatadly. Also if you forget to switch it off the music can randomly start at any time which can be frightning at 2am. My daughter has definatly got the moneys worth from this toy.
Alot of buttons on the dash. Counting music.
Not so good for babies learning to work as the car seems to go faster than their little feet can keep up with.



  • 73 reviews



I think this is a great toy that last for a long time. My daughter absolutely loves this toy. It's a little expensive, but not so bad when it's on sale.
Lots of buttons to press on dashboard.
My baby loves to sit on the car & press all the buttons. Music is great too.
A minor con is that the lock for the seat unlocks itself easily for mine. But it doesn't really affect my daughter riding it, as long as she sits on it properly.
Maybe a lock for wheels from moving would be good. When my 10 months old daughter tries to open the hood (in front of the car), the car keeps moving backwards, and a little hard to play with it yet. She needs to be a little bigger to play with it properly

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