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  • No Assembly Required
This barnyard-themed walker and activity top keeps new walkers on the moove. There's a lot for busy toddlers to do: spin the flowers, plunk the piano keys, sort the shapes. Hello! There's even a phone to answer. Beyond supporting on-the-go gross motor skill development, this handy walker teaches shapes, colors, animals, music and more.
Why You'll Love It: The pop-off panel lets toddlers plunk down for the all-important play break.
Age: 9 to 36 months
Features
  • Removable play panel
  • 5 piano keys
  • 3 colorful spinning rollers
  • 3 shape sorters and light-up shape buttons
  • Telephone handset, spinning gears and open/close barn door

Required Batteries: 3 "AA" batteries (included)

Product Notes

Popularity: #1 in Walkers, #15 in Hot Toy List, #3 in Walkers & Ride-Ons
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Vtech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker

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VTechSit-to-Stand Learning Walker
 
4.3

(based on 17 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (9)

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94%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Colorful and fun (8)
  • Easy to clean (8)
  • Holds attention (8)
  • Durable (6)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Crawlers (7)
    • Infants (7)
    • Toddler (7)
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      • First time parent (12)

    Reviewed by 17 customers

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    4.0

    Stable with good features

    By Mrs.A

    from Orange County, CA

    About Me First Time Parent

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy to Assemble
    • Good Support
    • Holds Baby's Attention
    • Stable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Early Walkers
      • Strengthening Legs

      Comments about Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker:

      My kid is tall, and the walker I got before this was too short and not able to support his weight without tipping over. My child uses this walker without a problem, and I like that you can lock one set of wheels so it slows the walker down so it doesn't roll out from under them when they are still wobbly walkers. I also like that it transitions from sit-to-stand, so it extends the shelf life, since the walker phase can be a short one. I prefer toys for my son which are not plastic and which do not light up or play sounds, but the ones I tried like that just didn't work. This one works great.

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      4.0

      Fantastic Toy for the Price!

      By LadyDiBella

      from New York, NY

      About Me First Time Parent

      Pros

      • Playful Design

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker:

          I ordered this walker after returning the Fisher Price version, which was awful in comparison for the price.

          The front of the walker is a very engaging toy with lots of different songs and lights, and is entertaining even when not attached to the walker. It has both an ABC and Music mode.

          For those stating this item tips over, I found that it only has the potential to do so if it's used to walk WITHOUT the weight of the toy attached to the front. It also has two wheel speed modes and rubber grips on the wheels to keep it from going too fast.

          My only "cons" for this item are:
          - The phone should be attached to the toy with a string, similar to the 3 shapes above. My 8 month old removes it right away and it's often misplaced
          - The 3 shapes attached with strings would not stay in their appropriate slots until my husband adjusted the clips to make them snap in tighter
          - Although the product picture doesn't show this, the piano keys actually say "Do, Ra, Me, Fa, So" ... I find myself missing the last 3 notes (La, Tee, To). If they weren't going to include the entire range, they should have left off the labels. I feel that will be confusing to my child when he is older.

          Overall, very nice walker for the price. Even with the cons above, I'd still buy this again.

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          4.0

          JJ loved

          By I love my daughter

          from New York

          About Me First Time Parent

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Set Up
          • Great design
          • Lightweight
          • Safe to use

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Infants

            Comments about Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker:

            My daugther is not 9month and loves to play with this toy.

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            4.0

            Keeps baby engaged.

            By RK

            from Jersey City, NJ

            About Me First Time Parent

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy To Set Up
            • Lightweight
            • Portable

            Cons

            • Poor Wheel Lock

            Best Uses

            • Infants

            Comments about Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker:

            I ordered this product for my 8 and half month old daughter. She is in the process of standing and walking. The height of this product is good for baby to learn standing holding it. Once she starts walking I believe she will be able to move it around the house. However, right now she is very much entertained by its front panel. She plays with it for good 20 min at a time. The detachable phone, swinging door and musical buttons are her favourite parts. Only one thing I did not like much is wheel locking. When my daughter is playing with front panel she sometimes will try standing holding it, and at that time it starts rolling back and she looses balance. If the locks were tight she would have been able to hold it and stand confidently. But in all it is a great product that keeps my baby busy for long stretch of time.

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            5.0

            WE LOVE IT!

            By Tristan's Mommy

            from SLC, UT

            Pros

            • Colorful
            • Easy to assemble
            • Easy to use
            • Musical

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Learning to walk

              Comments about Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker:

              Every morning I put my son on the floor in the living room and he crawls straight for this walker! He loves the phone and gears! He's still a slow walker so with the wheels unlocked it goes a little fast but I'm sure he will get better and all will work out!

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