Encourages the child to walk on tiptoes!
My child loved this walker however it took us months to get him to walk flat footed as walkers tend to teach them to walk on their tippy toes. It was also a nuisance on our walls chipping away all the plaster on the corners and paint as we have no skirting boards. Could do with some sort of buffer around the plastic frame to prevent damage to furniture and walls otherwise an ok product.
Bub liked this one
We were in this store and this is the walker which my bub really loved the first time he tried it. He really had a good time so we decided to buy this brand. My bub fit well in this walker and he loved playing around with it until he finally he was able to get a hang of it and finally started walking. The hardest part maybe is assembling the walker but then I can blame it to my ability to follow instructions. The frame is sturdy and hardly makes any sound when my bub is using it.
Durable, strong and sleek design
I have been comparing walkers of all kinds and found this to be one of the tougher and stronger ones. Price was affordable too. The design and colour choice caught my attention at first. Then, I noticed that the play tray at the front is removable so I can turn it into a food tray. I brought it home and assembled it myself and it was super easy! This can also be changed into a baby bouncer. The seats have a high back to support the baby's head and neck.
Chic design, price, multi functionable, practical and easy to assemble
Wish it was wider on the sides of base because babies foot may get caught
I bought this walker after a lot of research and have been pleased with it so far. Its very easy to assemble and seems stronger than the rest with it's solid frame. I haven't used the bouncer part of it as my 5 month old baby is happy with it as a walker. The only negative is that his feet do get stuck under the opposite side if he goes sideways.
Boyish design, lights, music, removable tray
Feet get stuck under the frame
Its great but....
The walker is great the way its styled and formed is wonderful! the only negative of the walker is that there's a large opening in the walker so my baby's foot get scraped or stuck at times. other than that the walker is great but im hoping that the company would change that. other than that the walker is one of the best ive seen.
p.s- what should i do? should i start cutting the part of the situation? or am i doing something wrong?
Well designed, boyish, fun
The opening my sons foot would get stuck alot
My son has loved this car.
My son loved this walker. he started using it at 8 months and he enjoyed being able to get around where he wanted. When he started walking with assistance he enjoyed being able to push the walker without needing the seat. It is very easy to use and the music and sounds sound great.
easy to use
the seat has got a rip in it, I think this happened because he always jumped in it.
My son absolutely loves this walker!
I bought this 3 weeks ago for my 6 month old son as he was always wanting to stand up and was outgrowing his bouncer. I was tossing up in between a Jolly Jumper, a Jumperoo and this walker, but with the latter two he was already near the max height so we had no choice but to go with a walker. I bought this from the Baby Gallery in Melbourne, after seeing it online - it looked so stylish and boyish. They didn't have any floor stock to demo, but I am so glad that I took a chance and got it anyway, as my son absolutely loves it!
It has lots ...to keep my little one entertained. The play tray has an assortment of buttons to push, a rattle toy and squeeky toy. When baby pushes the buttons the lights flash and music chimes along to nursery rhymes. It has noises that mimick car/motorbike, so it is probably more directed to boys but I personally wouldn't have a problem using this for a girl. There are different volume levels so you can adjust it to your liking. The tray is also removable for easy cleaning. It also has a jumper option that you can use at the click of a button but we've never actually used it as the baby loves it in walker mode. In terms of safety, the walker has grip pads underneath near the wheels so it 'catches' the walker on steps before your little one takes a fall - however I have never seen this in action as we live in a single story house. The walker has a nice wide base and feels secure even when the baby is leaning all his weight to one side. In my honest opinion the only significant con that I can think of is when it comes to cleaning it. My son has reflux so he has constant spit-ups and it is difficult to clean as it gets stuck in all the crevices. There are quite a few hidden spots where the clips of the fabric seat connect to the frame that catch his spit-ups and are particularly hard to clean. I have to basically pull the seat apart to clean it properly or else his walker gets smelly. This doesn't really bother me, but if I had to be very critical another con for tall babies is that the tallest height adjustment isn't high enough. For my now 6-month-old son, he is already using the tallest height adjustment, so an extra height adjustment would be so handy for taller bubs for prolonged use. This doesn't really bother me as my son's leg strength has improved so much that he stands up on his own anyway- the seat is just there if he needs a little rest and then he is off again.
Questions & Answers
How do these fold down?
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