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Safety 1st Sounds n Lights Discovery Walker, Dino (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 5 dinosaur-themed toys
- Machine-washable padded seat
- 3-position height adjustment
- Folds quickly and compactly for storage and travel
- 2 swing-open activity trays
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I like that the toys can swing out, which leaves you with a fairly good sized tray for snacks. The tray is also deep enough that my son can move his cereal around without knocking it out of the tray. The toys are ok. They don't seem to be super high quality, but they provide a little bit of extra stimulation. Most of the appeal, though, seems to be in the freedom that it provides for my son.
The safety grips on the bottom of the walker seem to work well. For example, the walker won't go over our flooring thresholds because they are too high. However, I would note that we only have hard surface flooring in our home, and we don't have any stairs.
*Update 12/14/10* My son is 11 months now, and he still enjoys his walker. However, there is no seatbelt in the walker, and he has figured out that if he grabs onto things, then he can pull himself up to stand in (or on) the walker. This has become a big safety issue, so I wanted to note the lack of a seatbelt for other parents with climbers (or future climbers).
The toys on the tray are ok. I thought they were a bit simple and not very entertaining: the bear at the end flashes a red light and plays 3 different sounds, the palm tree has rotating mirrors, the dinosaur turns and clicks, the yellow ball spins with tiny balls inside so it also makes noise, and a red plastic toy tied to the tray and our boy ends up just putting it in his mouth. I liked how the toys has its own tray and you are able to move them to the side so you can use the tray for snacks or other toys.
The only thing we didn't like about this walker is the design of the seat. The two holes for his legs are way in front where his legs dangle instead of allowing him to stand up and move freely. I hope they will reconsider the design to either make the leg holes wider or move it to the middle of the seat more.
Overall, this is walker is affordable, simple to use and set up, slides effortlessly on hardwood floor, and great for travel as the seat can be lowered to flatten. Also, the cloth seat is removable for washing when it gets soiled. It's a good buy!
What I didn't realize a week ago is that she had to learn how to stand up in the walker instead of use the seat, and that the walker is not too tall for her (she's between 26 and 27 inches tall). She's still not quite walking, but the walker will allow her to do so when she figures it out. While this design was frustrating at first, it allows your child to sit when they tire of standing. After understanding how the seat works, I consider it an innovation rather than a shortcoming. The way the two sections of toys swivel out of the way to reveal a tray underneath is pretty neat as well.
I stand by my original statement, "The walker is a great value, well constructed, and the toys are great."
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is very durable. We got it for my daughter, lent it to a neighbor for their son and plan on using it for our newest child once it's born and big enough. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ksteph
I loved this when we had it for our little guy. He has no outgrown it but we loved the dino features and the ease to close and pop up. Easy to clean.Published 4 months ago by RACHEL WATSON
Cheaply made, wheels didnt hold up and the support was a little too flimsy for our comfort . I feel the asking price is a bit high for what you get.Published 13 months ago by Christopher
My son loved it he used it all the time inside and outside until he started walking on his own!!Published 14 months ago by Vivian VonDerLieth