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Fisher-Price Go Baby Go! Stride-to-Ride Dino


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  • Stride to Ride Dino helps sturdy baby's first steps
  • Large wheel base and sturdy handle make this dino the perfect first walker for baby
  • As they walk along the 3 lights on the Dino's head will dance along to music and fun sound effects
  • Additional features includes 3 sung songs, 2 tunes and 5 sound effects to delight baby as they play
  • To see more information click the "Watch the Demo" link below the main product images
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.5 x 18.5 x 17.8 inches ; 7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00386WHKY
  • Item model number: T4262
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 9 months - 3 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #121,030 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (158 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Product Description

Fisher-Price Go Baby Go! Stride-to-Ride Dino

From the Manufacturer

There’s nothing like having a friend you can rely on—especially when you’re first learning to walk! This adorable dino is ready to steady baby’s first steps, encouraging progress with rewarding lights, sounds, and upbeat music. Once walking is a sure thing, it easily converts from walker to ride-on! Back wheels come together and the seat locks securely in place, so toddlers can hop on and ride all around for a roaring good time. Easy-grasp handles helps baby stand and balance, while the wide wheel base offers sturdy support.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

He can ride it or walk behind it.
Shannon L. Lamb
She also loves the music and sounds the dinosaur makes while she pushes it.
jlasseigne
My 8 month old daughter loves her dino.
siennaluv

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

55 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Sophiesmom on October 10, 2010
My husband & I bought this for our 10 month old Sophie. She is standing & walking while holding onto things but really wanted to walk further. She gets so excited when she walks. Anyway, this Stride-to-Ride Dino is just what she needed. It doesn't tip over on her, she can walk pushing it holding on to the handles, then when she gets to the other side of the room, she just walks around it and pushes the head to walk it the other way. It turns really well too. Most of the other walkers only go straight or one way.

The Dino plays really cute songs that Sophie dances to. All she has to do it push the buttons on his head. It has volume controls: off, low & high. The music is cute but not annoying if played over & over again.

I would definitely recommend this to anyone!
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Mayra on August 4, 2010
Though fairly simple in design with only three lights, this little dinosaur is incredibly cute! It isn't an educational toy in the sense of comprehension, but it is an excellent strength and excercise toy. Our son loves to sit on it and play with it for 30 minutes at a time. It has been a huge hit for him. The big wheels makes it easy for him to roll it around on the carpet and tile (doesn't get stuck). He's not crazy about the push feature, but he loves to sit on it. Mom loves it because it is encouraging him to stand (so he can push the buttons for lights and music) and get stronger. Our son was born with Downs Syndrome, and one of the effects is hypotonia (weak muscles), so at 18 months hes still not walking. This toy has helped him immensly in strengthening his legs muscles to where he stands for longer periods of time. I just need to convince him to walk with it now instead of just sitting on it. Word of caution though, if your child loves this toy as much as ours does, you'll be DREAMING the little dinos music!!
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Art on November 14, 2010
I bought the lion fisher price walker first and then I returned it and got the dino, which is sooo much better. First, the lion has the nose button to press for the music in the front and the dino has the buttons on the head of the dino which is near the handle bar and easier for the baby to press without having to walk around it. Second, the music and sounds the dino makes are much more pleasant than the lion. Third, the handle bar is slightly higher for taller babies, but it is not too high either, the lino's handle was too low. Finally, the legs of the dinor spread and allow baby to stand closer to the handle versus the lion where the baby could not get too close to the handle bar. In the end, my baby did not walk the lion at all just played with its nose a little to hear the music, but she loves the dino and walks around our living room with it.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By R. Taylor on December 22, 2011
We looked at so many different walker/ride-on toys before deciding on this one. Let's start with the pros and cons:

Pros
-Not too light but not too heavy--it is substantial enough that she doesn't fall down when she pulls up on it. I credit this partly to weight but partly to design--when it is formulated as a walker the v shape makes it sturdy. We've yet to have it tip--which is a big problem with many other walkers. You don't need to weight this one down--its ready to go. All that said, it's not too heavy either, so if it falls on her she wont get hurt. She has already tried to pull this over herself so I am thankful for how light it is!
--The music and lights keep her captivated to stay on it when pushing around a piece of plastic no longer amuses her! The lights and music are cute and what many parents will like: YOU CAN LOWER THE VOLUME to be loud,quiet or off completely! No more tearing your hair out at bad children's music!
-The fact it converts to a ride-on is great! What parent doesn't like a two for one? I can see my cvhild using this a lot longer than she would have used a pure walker
-The wheels go at a perfect speed on our carpeted floor. I can't speak for those who have tile/wood floor because we haven't tested it out on hard flooring. You can not adjust the speed of the wheels but we have not had a problem with it.
-No reviewers mentioned choking hazards and I haven't found anything about it that could be a choking hazard but will update this review if I do. I was surprised at how many walkers were flagged as having pieces that were considered a choking hazard
-The locking feature is sturdy--when it's in the v shape as a walker it's firmly locked in place. When it's a ride on it's also firmly locked.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Daniel F. Lynch on October 19, 2010
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Saw an ad on TV, bought it, and my 11 month old granddaughter loves it. No sooner had she used it for a few days before she starting walking on her own. Genius product and a highly recommend it.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By eotmove on May 31, 2011
This toy is well made and the music and lights are actually cute. The design is also clever, in that the seat can split into two "legs" with a space between where an early walker can stand and lean on the handles for support. My son likes pushing himself around on it in the seated position, but as an early walker, he fell flat on his face more than once while trying to walk between the split legs - no matter what surface we tried, the toy moved way too fast for him to keep up. We ended up bracing it by hand to slow it down when he was using it in the walking position. It's great for using as a ride-on toy, but I wouldn't recommend it for walking support.
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