Seriously bad. The back wheels jut out too far and it doesn't leave enough room for the baby to step. Our baby wouldn't use it. It is cheap but it also feels cheap. This was a waste of money for us. We bought a vtech walker and our baby took to it straight away and loves it. I would say it's worth paying a bit extra to get a good walker. Don't bother with this
Poorly designed. Did they even test this before going into production?
Not very happy with this
My mum bought this for my 9mo and I'm thinking of returning it.
It seems like a great concept and I really liked the idea that my baby could use it to start to learn to walk as she's been pulling up on everything and has started cruising the furniture. However this product doesn't seem to be the answer.
The product acts as a stand-up, push-along walker as well as a ride-on bike and the conversion is very easy. However when my baby tries to pull from a sitting position to a standing position using the walker the whole thing flips over an...d she has already taken several tumbles as a result, even with supervision. It may be intended for babies who can already get into a standing position by themselves, however the product is marketed to the 9m+ age group and by 9m, most bubs can pull themselves up but not many can get to standing by themselves. The ride-on position seems to be quite good and it will probably by very enjoyable for my daughter once she's a bit older and can use it, however I think we'll be putting it away until she can ride it or at least stand up by herself. The other features of this product are very appealing to my daughter, however. She loves moving the gear lever back and forth and spinning the 'motor' and the little fan. The hood is also a lot of fun. Colourful, cheap and exciting for bubs Tips easily in walker mode. Not very sturdy.
Good value toy, as it can be safely converted from a siton toy to a push along toy. It also has some spinning activities on it. No adult handle to push along, and very low to the ground, so it wont be used as a rideon for very long, only when they are little.
Good values, can be converted to a push along care and also to a standup walker. It has a spinning "motor" which they can spin and it rattles, also some other things they can play with, so even when they are too small to use it for walking they can still play with it.
Wheels dont turn very...
My son loves this walker. He got it for his 1st birthday and uses it EVERYDAY. He started off just using the bonnet hiding hole and other things on it but now he zooms around the house like crazy. We have even been able to use it outside on a nice day and it is just fine for him to use on the grass. The best present he got!
Great Price for a walking aid.
Can't think of any.
This is a very durable walker and has a great price. It did a fantastic job helping my son to walk freely, however i would not recommend it as a ride-on as it isnt that easy for a toddler to be able to ride it correctly.
This was a great priced walker that converted to a toddler ride on. Both my son and neice had fun learning to walk and playing with the spinning part on the front of the walker
The ride on doesn't provide enough room for toddlers legs to be able to kick back and forth to move the ride on. My son is not that tall and has never been able to ride it very well as his legs keep hitting the wheels
Not a bad product. Fantastic idea.
My son loved (and still does at 21 months) using it in walker mode and it did help him when learning to walk.
In ride-on mode is it VERY low to the ground so virtually as soon as the child learns how to use it as a ride-on they've already outgrown it.
I would have much preferred to spend a bit extra and get one of the Fisher Price Stride to Ride ones.
* Walker & ride-on in one
* Lots of on board activities
* Converts between walker & ride-on easily
* Bright and colourful
* In 'ride' mode it is very low to the ground ...
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