This interactive sit-to-stand learning baby walker from VTech is suitable for babies from 9 to 36 months, featuring a host of fun toys and activities that aid with the development of fine motor skills.
The heart of the walker is the removable activity panel. Take it off for floor play when your baby is tired after walking, and put it back on the next day so that your baby is never far away from his or her favorite toys. The panel introduces shapes, numbers, letters of the English alphabet, animal noises, melodies, and colors. The sun button activates lights and triggers joyful sounds; the phone allows your child to hear animals; the piano keys can either play the names of several colors or animal noises. All in all, there are over 70 sing-along songs, phrases, and sound effects to play with.
The large, plastic wheels come with a speed control switch, which allows you to adjust the ease with which the walker rolls based on the age of your baby. Put the wheels in position one for babies who are just learning how to walk, and put it in position two to allow the walker to move more freely.
Before You Purchase
Will the walker scratch my floor?
The wheels are made of soft plastic, which shouldn’t scratch your hardwood floor.
Is it possible to order replacement toys?
Yes, replacement toys are available from the manufacturer. For example, the telephone costs around $3 plus shipping costs.
Does the walker come with batteries or do I need to purchase them separately?
The VTech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker comes with two AA batteries.
What are the dimensions of the walker?
The handlebars are 12 inches wide, and the walker measures 18 inches from the ground to the handlebars. The rear wheels are 18 inches wide, and the front wheels are 14 inches wide.
Is the walker made from a BPA-free material?
Yes, all parts are ASTM-certified, which means they don’t contain any hazardous materials such as BPA. ASTM International is an international standards organization that develops and publishes voluntary consensus technical standards for a wide range of materials, products, systems, and services.
Can the wheels be locked?
No, the wheels cannot be locked. However, each wheel has a speed adjustment dial, which makes it possible to prevent the wheels from turning too fast and run away from your baby, causing him or her to fall.