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Fisher-Price Walker-To-Wagon


Price: $79.99 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • The Brilliant Basics Walker Wagon is a modern walker
  • Offers 2 modes of grow-with-me play
  • Baby will love to spin the large clear ball with 10 colorful beads
  • Flip the 4 flip pages along the front of the walker
  • Walker can be converted to a wagon
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 48 x 40.5 inches ; 5.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000LT1CMK
  • Item model number: K6670
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 9 months - 2 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #299,733 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Product Description

This grow-with-me walker is perfect for helping early walkers build confidence.

From the Manufacturer

The Brilliant Basics Walker Wagon is a modern walker that is fun from baby's very 1st step, offering 2 modes of grow-with-me play. The front of the walker features a shape sorting door and 3 block shapes. Baby will love to spin the large clear ball with 10 colorful beads and 2-toned jack, and flip the 4 flip pages along the front of the walker. Both of the sides of the front panel have bead bars and a fun clicker on a post on one side and a boingy bell on a spring on the other side! The clicking treaded wheels will encourage baby to get walking! When baby's ready, the walker can be converted to a wagon, just by moving the handle bar from the front to the back with a few simple snaps. Baby now has his very own wagon to carry and store all of his favorite toys!

Customer Reviews

This is a great walker once your child is already walking well.
JaclynB
We're very happy with the toy, and after comparing with other available walkers, we think this one offers a great value for what you get.
James Huff
They can pick up the handle without a problem, but since I changed it, they've stopped playing with the toy.
Christi Clark

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By James Huff VINE VOICE on June 7, 2007
We bought this for our 9-mo. old son, who is now 12 mos. old. He loved it from the start, and still plays with it. It is stable enough that he can pull himself up without the walker tipping over--he can actually walk all around it, holding on to the handle from different angles, without it tipping.

I don't understand the reviewer here who complained of "sharp parts" and not enough room for legs/feet when configured as a walker. Our son is big for his age, and he has no trouble walking comfortably behind the walker. (In fact, our 4 year old has no trouble, either.) As for "sharp parts," there are none. This is a perfectly safe toy.

Bottom line: both our kids love it, and they play with the various spinning balls, flip-over pieces, etc. We're very happy with the toy, and after comparing with other available walkers, we think this one offers a great value for what you get.
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31 of 37 people found the following review helpful By foundpoem on June 24, 2007
Our son is 10.5 months old and just learning to stand and cruise; he can pull to standing and cruise along furniture. We bought this so he can hold onto it while learning to walk. The wheels, however, spin far too easly. When he uses the handle to pull himself up the wheels spin forward (unlike a stable piece of furniture), and when I stand him at the walker the wheels move far too quickly and easily for him (he'd fall if I let go of him). I think it would be good for children who already walk, but not for children just learning to balance/stand/walk. If it were billed properly I'd have given it a higher ranking, but it falls short of its purpose for us. We'd like it if the wheels were more difficult to push, or had varying degrees of difficulty. I see other reviewers seem to be using it for the purpose we'd like to so it's hard to tell what, if anything, is different. My husband is now going to try to rig it so the wheels turn less easily, but I wouldn't recommend this toy for a child just learning to stand/balance/cruise/walk.

As far as its other features: all okay, but nothing new. I wouldn't buy this just for the shape sorter, for example, though the shape sorter is just fine. The do-dads to flip and play with are fun and fine as well, but not worth buying a walker/wagon for. All in all, I think it has good features (toys) for pre-walkers, and it would be a good wagon or walker for those who already balance well and perhaps walk some.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By R.I.B. on March 1, 2008
My twins like the doodads on this walker, the flip pages, the twisty knob and the spring thingy. As a walker it does move a little fast. My daughter had no problems with this, but my son did. I guess every baby is different, but he would end up falling a lot because it got away from him. Now, as we have just converted it to the "wagon" feature, it seemed like it was going to be great, but the handle FALLS to the floor!! I don't know why they couldn't make it so the handle would stay up. It is very frustrating for my kids. For some reason they have trouble bending down to pick the handle up and then pulling it. Also, because the handle lays on the floor, it takes up a lot of room!! Anyway, it's okay. I think I would get something different if I had to do it over again.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Christi Clark on November 12, 2009
We got two of these for my twins when they were 11 months old. I actually picked them up at Wally World the day after Thanksgiving for $10 each. They've been playing with them for a solid 10 months at this point, so they are very durable. They put stuff in the shape sorter part and race through the house laughing the whole way. I had the bright idea to turn it into a wagon today and I'm seriously disappointed. I actually got online to see if I was missing something. The handle sits on the floor! They can pick up the handle without a problem, but since I changed it, they've stopped playing with the toy.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dusty C. Hepler on June 30, 2007
I got this toy for my one year old daughter. She was very amused by it intially. She still enjoys pushing and pulling it around and piling stuff in it, it's just hard for her to walk with it. She does not like it in it's "wagon" position as of yet because the handle sits on the floor and won't stay up. In it's walker position she is forced to walk in a notch between the rear wheels that is very narrow and difficult for her to move around in. It trips her most of the time when she is pushing it and catches her heels when she's pulling it. She enjoys this toy, but the rear wheels leave a lot to be desired.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sonora Mama on August 12, 2007
I bought this walker for my baby when she was 10 months old and pulling herself up/doing the 'furniture scoot' to help her learn to balance and walk. While she loves playing with the toys, the walker is unstable and pulls right down on top of her when she tries to use it to pull herself up. The wheels move really fast and when she tries to walk with it (now 11.5 months old) it flies forward and she falls. We have to hold it carefully. Also, the red pieces on the inside of the rear wheels (where the white handle connect) are in the way of her feet, and have sharp plastic on the seam. This was a good idea and has fun toys on it, but the functionality of the walker wasn't well thought-out by the manufacturer. I'm buying Chicco now becuase I've heard better things about it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Alanna J. Edwards on July 8, 2008
My daughter pulled herself up and was pushing this toy right away at 10 months. She still hasn't figured out how to push the stride to ride lion after a month. She also likes playing with the flapping and spinning pieces on the front. It was easy to put together even with a curious baby trying to "help." I enjoy that this toy doesn't have any music or noise to drive me crazy.
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