Chicco Walky Talky Baby Walker Review

Chicco Walky Talky Baby Walker Review

  • Safety-first approach

  • Excellent build quality

  • Well-thought-out activity tray

  • Foldable

  • Machine-washable pad

  • Not many color options to choose from

VERDICT

The Chicco Walky Talky baby walker is a well-made, high-quality product, and it’s clear that a lot of thought went into its design. It would be great if the manufacturer offered more colors to choose from, but we’re willing to bet that most babies won’t mind.


The Chicco Walky Talky baby walker combines premium build quality with useful safety features. While being slightly more expensive than many other baby walkers on the market, the Walky Talky justifies its price with excellent attention to detail in every regard.

Chicco describes this baby walker as the first multi-lingual walker that supports English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, and Portuguese. The electronic activity tray features fun, educational games that teach the letters of the alphabet, colors, and common sayings.

To make the games more fun and engaging, colorful lights provide instant feedback, capturing the attention of even the most energetic babies. The tray is removable for play off the walker, and the sound effects can be deactivated with a press of a button. The top part of the walker also features a sippy cup holder, and removing the activity tray creates a spacious area for snacks.

The base of the walker has a unique safety feature that can be the difference between a serious accident and a scary but otherwise fine situation: safety stoppers. These stoppers prevent the walker from moving forward when going over an edge.

They’re designed in such a way that any baby that fits inside the Chicco Walky Talky baby walker won’t have the strength required to overcome the resistance created by the stoppers.

The Walky Talky baby walker can be easily folded for storage. The seat has three height adjustment settings, and the seat pad is removable and machine-washable.

Frequently Asked Questions

How well does the walker work on carpet?

The Chicco Walky Talky baby walker has relatively large wheels that roll well even on thicker carpet. The only problem could be the safety stoppers, which might cause the baby walker to get stuck on shag-pile carpet.

Do the wheels swivel?

Yes, the front wheels do swivel, but the rear wheels don’t. Overall, the baby walker is maneuverable even for very small babies.

Is it possible to lock the wheels?

While there are no breaks on the wheels, the baby walker comes with several safety stoppers designed to keep it from rolling over edges.

Will the wheels scratch my hardwood floors?

No, the wheels are covered with a layer of soft rubber that won’t scratch your hardwood floors.