|Package Dimensions||32 x 25 x 8 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Weight||14.08 pounds|
Graco Tot Wheels V Mobile Entertainer Center
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Tot Wheels is a well-designed and versatile "lowchair" for babies in the 6- to 18-month range. Three rubber feet around the square base help keep the chair motionless, but when they're popped out of the way it's possible to pick up the rear handle and move the unit around on two large plastic casters. There's a tray for meals and games, complete with a see-through panel; onto this can be attached the electronic activity center, which has a mirror, lights, steering wheel, and sound effects. The cloth seat snaps on and off and is washable. Height is adjustable. Adult assembly and two AA batteries required. --Richard Farr
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The main problem that we've run into with both of our daughters is the fact that that they really enjoyed the toys for about 1 month at the maximum. After that they got bored and soon started fussing to get out and roll around on the floor.
Our first daughter used the walker part of it for almost a week before again getting tired of it as the fact is, something along these lines is just too tough for a little one to control by themselves. If you can imagine pushing a shopping cart that wants to go it's own way that's the way it is with the walker. It's too big and bulky for them to easily steer not to mention the fact that little ones often don't realize what steering is. The only know walk forward and crawl away when they can't move forward anymore. With that said, understand that you'll have to walk with them to help them steer.
Overall I remain convinced that a walker is good for kids to have so they have something other than their parent to hold onto to learn to walk but be prepared to help them walk in it because of the above mentioned bulkiness of the walker and the fact that I've never come across any walker from any company that's been easy enough for a little one to steer and push at the same time.
5 stars for the idea and the toys but I had to take 1 star away for the difficulty to steer and another star for the limited time that my daughters used it.
there are rubber stoppers on the bottom of this so that if you have stairs they cant go down them even if they tried. this was great for when he was outside with it. we have a concrete steps walkway and he couldnt go down it and hurt himself, something i was not expecting but very useful! my son learned to walk @ 1 so this did not delay him developely. also when he used this in the house he couldnt get into a lot of trouble with it(like touching outlets, opening cupboards) because he couldn't reach. this never frustrated him and i could get a lot done because i didnt have to watch him like a hawk.
my son played with this till he was a little over 2 so we got a TON of miles out of it. he still found it fun at such an older age because he would get a running start in it, then lift his legs for fast back and fourth travel around the house. GREAT GREAT BUY! i dont know what i wouldve done without it!