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looking for some info on the best baby walker to get!! also looking for one thats a decent price!! thanks for any help in advance x Read More
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banned7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
looking for some info on the best baby walker to get!!
also looking for one thats a decent price!!

thanks for any help in advance

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banned7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
i had a graco one was about 40 from boots
#2
Vtech First Steps Baby Walker all the way! both my little ones loved it & were whizzing about the house in no time. It was recommended to me by a friend. It has a detachable learning centre with lots of buttons, noises & flashing lights to keep them amused. Currently £24 on Amazon but they also do a pink version now which is on there for £24.99. "Hello puppy calling" .
#3
Hi we had a mamas and papas one, I wouldnt bother as they were more geared to parent than child, friends got one from mothercare which was far better than ours and cheaper too. We paid around £50 and it was a waste of money. Shop about as it pays and see them in the store rather than online. Good luck!:)
#4
Chicco DJ walker - think it's £39.99 in Mothercare - has a canny electronic removeable play tray and it's height adjutable too :)

The Vtech one is more for when a little one is starting to walk, not a sit-in type
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thanks for all the help will have a look at them all!
xx
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Vtech First Steps Baby Walker all the way! both my little ones loved it & were whizzing about the house in no time. It was recommended to me by a friend. It has a detachable learning centre with lots of buttons, noises & flashing lights to keep them amused. Currently £24 on Amazon but they also do a pink version now which is on there for £24.99. "Hello puppy calling" .


I'd echo that - we got ours from Tesco a while ago for under £20.

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