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Kids' first set of hot wheels, the sleek and sturdy, cute and colorful Haba Walker Wagon supports and balances their first steps to encourage walking. This best-selling walker wagon doubles the fun with a companion seat and has a pocket for holding accessories. Plus, its brake strength can be gradually adapted according to kids' requirements.
It all began in 1939 in Bad Rodach, Germany, with finely polished, colorful wooden toys, that were "finely sanded and polished wonderfully smooth, just right for tender children's hands," as the first catalogue emphasized. Today these blocks are still part of our product palate. But the factory for fine wooden toys has been transformed into "the producer of inventive playthings for inquisitive minds."
All products in the HABA range have one thing in common: our attention to detail makes each item special and unique. HABA wants to playfully support children's development, make their lives happier, more exciting, and full of the delight of discovery: to put it simply, to make their world a little more child-friendly.
A wide variety of HABA toys and games have been honored with awards for exceptional design. Since 1993, no fewer than six HABA games received the "Children's game of the Year" award.
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Comments about Walker Wagon:
So far, my 11.5 month old likes sitting on this toy and being pulled around (backward). She finally stood holding the bar today, but hasn't tried walking yet. To be fair, she does more falling forward into my arms than walking so far. She'll get there!
One small complaint - they gave me a hex tool for putting it together. There's no need for a hex tool - I needed a wrench.