Best walkers for babies – baby walker reviews
We looked at several baby walkers from different manufacturers to narrow down the one we’d feel happy to put forward as our suggestion for buyers. This is the VTech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker.
VTech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker Specs:
- Age recommended: 9 months – 3 years
- Many different ways to play, it’s more than just a walker. That’s why it’s awesome.
- You can remove that “super fun panel” to play on the floor and still have the walker working, so it’s a 2 in 1.
- Again, the panel…I just don’t know where to begin. It has SO MANY options! But all of them are simple, that’s it’s strength. It’s like a crazy happy fest of fun.
- Available in Lavender or Orange.
Walking! Walking is one of those “baby milestones” every parent loves, it’s an exciting period where your children will take it’s first steps in this world. Most times it’s a memory that stays forever, that kind of stuff mom loves to tell to all of her friends. Beautiful! I think I have some pictures of me crawling…ah, those were the days. Anyway *cough*, I then decided to take a good look at the best crawlers out there to encourage walking. And I found this one, made by VTech. It was so complete, so awesome, it’s a winner for me.
It has colors, sounds, music, spinning rollers, a piano, shape shorters, numbers, a cute window with ducks to play peek-a-boo, light buttons, spinning gears, a telephone, animals, and over 70 songs. Whoa whoa whoa weren’t we talking about a plain, old, boring walker? Nope! Everything is here, there is so much saving potential making it a budget champion. It covers visual development, positive responses, basic learning, puzzles, and they can follow their role models and do some phone calls. So it’s a great, learning filled playground. If you don’t like it to be glued to the walker(the phone falls sometimes) you can easily remove it for floor play and carry it on the go.
As for the walker part, there isn’t much to say. It works flawlessly, and it has a couple different speeds, which is wonderful. But I want to touch an IMPORTANT topic now, because I wouldn’t be honest if I just ignored it. Walkers have a bit of controversy.
From what I found, they are even banned in Canada, due to a number of reported injuries. Here’s the thing though, and the reason why I didn’t remove it from the list: The injuries were because of the environment, not because of the walker itself. Burns from hot ovens and toppling down the stairs were the main reasons. See what I mean? You can fix that with some easy measures such as: Limited play rooms, supervision, not using walkers on second levels(Why would you do that), limited play schedules(not while mommy is cooking)
It’s up to you. I don’t think over eight thousand positive reviews mean nothing, so it shows it can be a great toy if you are careful. It does speed walking learning a lot, so if you care about your baby in that aspect, you have my full recommendation.
- VTech is another high quality manufacturer.
- Again, if I learnt something at statistics it is that a 8,500+ sample with a 4.5 out of 5 average is incredible.