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Plan Toy Baby Walker


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  • A Traditional Baby Walker To Help Young Children Take Their First Steps
  • Specially Designed Handle Can Be Adjusted To Different Heights And Stiffness For Stability And Child Safety
  • Includes 24 Colored And Natural Blocks
  • This Toy Is Made In Thailand From All Natural Organic Recycled Rubber Wood
  • Recommended For Ages Between 10 Months 3 Years
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.3 x 14.4 x 19.3 inches ; 6.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Thailand
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000FZQL6W
  • Item model number: 0512300
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 10 months - 3 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,005 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
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Product Description

The handle can be adjusted to fit a child's height. Includes 24 color and natural blocks. Playtime ideas: the toy will help children develop gross motor skills and stimulate coordination as they practice pushing, controlling and stopping the Baby Walker. Pushing the Baby Walker will help improve coordination and balance. Parents can adjust the handle according to a child's height. (For safety reasons parental supervision is advisable.) The Blocks stimulate creative thinking and imagination. Children will also learn about size, shape, weight and geometry, which are basic math concepts.

From the Manufacturer

Plan Toy Baby Walker has joined innovation with "old world toys" by crafting a progressive tool for crawlers who would be walkers. An adjustable handle, a low center of gravity and 24 natural and colored unit blocks make this cheerful looking toy a must for any collection. Made from recycled rubber wood and colored with natural stains, when they aren't using it for building future skyscrapers, it will invite your crawler to his or her feet and get them moving.

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Plan Toys Baby Walker

The handle can be adjusted to fit a child's height. Includes 24 color and natural blocks. Playtime ideas: the toy will help children develop gross motor skills and stimulate coordination as they practice pushing, controlling and stopping the Baby Walker. Pushing the Baby Walker will help improve coordination and balance. Parents can adjust the handle according to a child's height. (For safety reasons parental supervision is advisable.) The Blocks stimulate creative thinking and imagination. Children will also learn about size, shape, weight and geometry, which are basic math concepts.

11 inch x 14.5 inch x 19 inch

Ages Between 10 Months 3 Years

Helps children develop gross motor skills and stimulate coordination

Plan Toys Baby Traditional Baby Walker To Help Young Children Take Their First Steps

Includes 13 color and 11 natural blocks

Handle is easily adjustable to fit various heights

Made in Thailand

Organic Color Pigment and Water Based Dyes

Made from sustainable rubber wood

Customer Reviews

It very well made and sturdy.
Jenny
Like other Plan Toy products, this walker is very well made with sustainable wood products.
Anna Gall
This is a great toy/walker for a baby just beginning to walk.
Janis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

55 of 56 people found the following review helpful By J. Shaw on March 20, 2007
This is a good walker for babies who have strong balance already and who are very close to walking or already walking. Otherwise the bar being in the back can cause it to flip back when baby puts too much weight on the bar. The walker does not turn w/out tilting it back and using the rear wheels, so I have to help my baby turn it. The product makers needed to include two screw end cap things (don't know what they're called) that are set inside the wood in order to rotate the bar to the lower height.

I think it is actually helping my baby to develop the right muscles for walking, unlike what they say about the round walkers (the kind that surround the baby). I like that it has a knob to tighten so the walker slows down.

It's bright and pretty to look at, better than those big plastic things. The blocks are of good quality.

My baby likes it !
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By K. Hansen on September 1, 2008
This is one of the best and affordable walkers on the market for the high quality it is. It's solid and sturdy wood with non-slip wheels (good for tile and wooden floors). It's well balanced and has an adjustable handle-bar for two heights, as well as a tension wheel to adjust the speed that your little one is walking. Forget the plastic ones--the wheel base is usually too small so they kick the wheels as they walk, they're too light-weight so topple easily, and the plastic wheels are inefficient and slippery on anything other than carpet (which has to be thin or the wheels will get bogged down). My daughter has used this walker since 10 months of age and she loves it! She could have used it earlier, but it took me some time to find the right one (we had borrowed an awful plastic one and learned our lesson when she toppled over while pushing it). We'll get years of use out of it as it's also fun to put things in and push around.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By M. Peterson on June 29, 2009
We got this for my 11 month-old daughter for Easter. She was already pulling up and cruising at the time, so we thought it was time for a walker. I love Plan Toys, so I jumped for this. Well, it ended up being a very bad idea. As much as this toy is adorable and all the things you're used to getting from Plan Toys, it is NOT a walker. Walkers are for babies who still need a little help walking. This thing feels like it weighs about 1 lb. Not only did it fall over constantly when she tried pulling up on it - we also had the experience of it toppling sideways if she tried to turn it. I know it's meant for walking in a straight line, but any kid will try to turn it. She is not a heavy baby (6th percentile in weight) or an exceptionally strong baby, so that was just unacceptable. The only thing we let her use were the blocks that came with it (which are excellent) and we ended up returning it and buying the Radio Flyer Classic Walker Wagon instead. Much heavier, sturdier, and has a bumper on the front so they don't ruin your walls and furniture while walking. We have had no problems with the new product.

I gave this product 2 stars only because I think it would be fun for a child who is already walking and running very well on their own and who wouldn't fall over when the product topples on turns. Also, the blocks were excellent quality, so I bought a set separately.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Jane T on May 12, 2008
My 11month old daughter loves this walker. we looked everywhere for a wooden walker and are really pleased with the Plan Toys quality. The wheels can be tightened so that less confident walkers do not go too fast, even on a wood floor. As they get more confident the wheels can be loosened. The bricks are very durable and although she is too small to build with them yet she loves to bash them together - they even stand up to some chewing! I am sure this is toy that will last - great purchase!
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41 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Ladybug on March 14, 2011
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This is a wonderfully well-made, durable wooden walker. The option to adjust the rear wheel resistance is excellent, except when a young child attempts to pull it backward to walk with it again. In that case, the front of the walker tips upward and often falls. Also, if my one-year-old son put a little too much weight on the handle either from behind or attempting to reach it from the front of the walker, or tried to pull up on it, it toppled over with him or sideways onto him. (The handle of the walker is what would actually fall on him, as the base is too low to the ground to do so.) He hurt his lip pretty badly on the handle one of the times he fell. I understand this is "user error" but how can you explain proper use to a one-year-old? I think Plan Baby could compensate for this by weighting the base a little more to help prevent it from tipping so easily. As much as my son enjoyed pushing this toy around and playing with the wooden blocks, I had to return it because I couldn't stand to see him fall over any more.

The overall idea and design of the walker is great, but it needs modifications. I wanted to offer other moms (especially those with rambunctious little boys) an honest review of my experience. I'm truly disappointed that it didn't work out for us.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Kelley on June 12, 2012
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We bought the Plan Toys wagon and returned it and bought the Haba Walker Wagon. The Haba Walker Wagon was a MUCH better choice. The Plan Toys walker was not too hard to assemble, but it was more assembly than the Haba. It's maybe five screws vs. two. It's a cute toy and appears well made. But it is in my opinion ill-conceived. Here is why we made the switch.
1. The Plan Toys wagon tips when the baby tries to pull up on it. She's 10 months old and 15 pounds. In the 25th percentile for her weight. She pulled it over on herself several times, spilling all the blocks each time. It made a ton of noise on the hardwood floor. She doesn't scare easily but it freaked me out.
2. The Plan Toys walker is too lightweight overall. It has to have the blocks in it to give it the proper weight or it tips even more.
3. The baby enjoys the blocks, which is great, but the last thing I need is her traveling with the blocks all over the house and scattering them everywhere never to be found again. Some of the blocks are round and roll under couches. Given that the walker is so lightweight when the blocks are not in it, this is hugely problematic. Also, only an adult or much older child can make the blocks fit uniformly into the wagon. A 10-month-old can't do it. So there's a lot of parent involvement involved, including massive cleanup multiple times per day.
Now for the Haba Walker Wagon:
1. It's heavier, but still easy for the baby to push.
2. It does not tip. The handle is positioned better so the baby can pull herself up no problem.
3. It's an adorable wagon she can use to push her toys around in, but this is a secondary and optional function and doesn't detract from its main purpose which for now is as a walker.
4. No blocks!
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