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VTech First Steps Baby Walker at Amazon £14.37 Delivered!

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* Sturdy design to support and nurture your babys first steps
* Detachable learning centre packed with activities
* Shapes and light-up musical keys introduce letters, words, numbers, animals, colours, sung songs and melodies
* Moving butterfly, discs and rollers develop manipulative skills plus a rattling role-play phone
* Textured wheels, easy grip handle and durable design ensure baby gets ample support for taking those first steps
* Assembles very easily and can be stored away in small spaces!
* Requires 3x AA batteries (not included)
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#1
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Manufacturer's Description
With a brand new look, new activities and new functions the baby walker is better than ever!Sturdy design to support and nurture your baby's first steps. The walker features a detachable learning centre packed with activities. Shapes and light-up musical keys introduce letters, words, numbers, animals, colours, sung songs and 8 melodies. Includes a phone with beads for noisy role-play and moving butterfly, discs and rollers to develop manipulative skills.
Requires 3x AA batteries (not included)

Product Description
Help Baby take first steps with the VTech First Steps Baby Walker. VTech First Steps Baby Walker has an easy grip handle for baby to hold while Baby begins to walk and push the walker along. The durable design ensures baby can have ample support for taking those first steps. The wonderful Baby Walker features a detachable learning centre (see image below) packed with lots of great activities! Let Baby's hands explore; find a moving butterfly, discs and rollers which help develop manipulative skills. Shapes and light-up musical keys introduce Baby to letters, words, numbers, animals and colours. There's even a rattling role-play phone, plus sing along songs and melodies! VTech First Steps Baby Walker assembles very easily and can be stored away in small spaces! A wonderful way to help Baby develop recognition of shapes, letters, numbers and more! First Steps Baby Walker is a sturdy design to support and nurture your baby's first steps!
#2
good to see some idiots voting cold as usual ... this is an excellent price
#3
Great price - paid £10 more a few years ago. My daughter loved this whilst learning to walk.
#4
good price , but this thing topples over real easy.
#5
Agree, there are ones which are more square, i got mine from Woolies for the same price as this, much more stable.
#6
I wouldn't say this is for babies 1st steps as it just rolls away when they lean on it but a good price, voted hot
#7
The best baby walker on the market. Buy one!
#8
My daughter loves hers - this is a good price!
#9
Good toy, my nephew loves his.
#10
Not sturdy, as soon as the little babba leans on it the thing rolls away leaving the babba to fall flat on their face.....
#11
Same price at Tesco (Instore). The pink one aswell
#12
STEVEWOLF
Not sturdy, as soon as the little babba leans on it the thing rolls away leaving the babba to fall flat on their face.....


probably not a good idea to let your little babba lean on it then :roll:

We have one of these, and whilst our boy is learning to walk, we always hold/support him while he uses it - I certainly wouldn't let him "fall flat on his face"! He loves it, and it really encourages walking cos he wants to walk along with it whilst we hold him. It's great for "baby's first steps" if he's being helped along.

Anyone letting their baby use one of these alone before they are properly able to walk needs psychiatric help!
#13
Great walker and the detachable learning centre bit is great my baby loved it............hello puppy!

Heat and rep
#14
My Daughter's favourite toy, she really got her money's worth out of it. Recommended to anyone with a toddler.
#15
My 9 month old took his first few steps with one of these this week. It's definately not very stable. It's very light weight and the plastic wheels slip easily. Having said that, my son is doing great with it.

Personally i'd get a traditional one with the wooden blocks (this was bought by the inlaws). There are too many kids toys with buttons, singing and flashing lights entertaining children rather than them finding their own entertainment.

btw, will still be voting hot as it is a good deal.
#16
horsepills
probably not a good idea to let your little babba lean on it then :roll:

We have one of these, and whilst our boy is learning to walk, we always hold/support him while he uses it - I certainly wouldn't let him "fall flat on his face"! He loves it, and it really encourages walking cos he wants to walk along with it whilst we hold him. It's great for "baby's first steps" if he's being helped along.

Anyone letting their baby use one of these alone before they are properly able to walk needs psychiatric help!


I think you took his comment too literally!
#17
smk77

Personally i'd get a traditional one with the wooden blocks (this was bought by the inlaws). There are too many kids toys with buttons, singing and flashing lights entertaining children rather than them finding their own entertainment.l.


My 9 month old boy only seems to find his own entertainment when he has his nappy off. The rest of the time he wants my PS3 controller.

And people say he takes after his mum...
#18
Hehe, snap, my one white, one black PS3 controllers take a daily battering!

I don't like this particular toy for the reasons I've stated. The triangular construction is odd, an amount of downward pressure on the bar and, as has been stated, the wheels just whoosh up underneath it.

There's a much better, squarer-designed one, which can be put in a sitting position too, as well as having a removable front, but can't remember who made it, it's more of a electric keyboard-type layout with a steering wheel and it actually has brakes...
#19
publicnme
I think you took his comment too literally!


You're right she did, I was trying to point out that the thing wasn't sturdy.....if something advertised as a first steps baby walker shows a picture of a baby/toddler walking unaided then I think this is misleading.

You catch my drift now????
#20
I agree - good price , but utterly useless as a "walker"
#21
publicnme
My 9 month old boy only seems to find his own entertainment when he has his nappy off. The rest of the time he wants my PS3 controller.

And people say he takes after his mum...


I keep the PS3 remote well hidden!! The Sky remote is popular as are the button on the front of the Sky box.
#22
I bought this product and unfortunetly can't call anybody with it so voted cold.
#23
smk77
I keep the PS3 remote well hidden!! The Sky remote is popular as are the button on the front of the Sky box.


It's the controller though, I can't hide it whilst I'm trying to play it. He's absolutely useless at LBP, but insists on trying. And yes, the Sky remote, TV remote, laptop charger, mobile phones.... as for his VTech baby walker... not interested.
#24
STEVEWOLF
You're right she did


She???! :roll::x:x
#25
publicnme
It's the controller though, I can't hide it whilst I'm trying to play it. He's absolutely useless at LBP, but insists on trying. And yes, the Sky remote, TV remote, laptop charger, mobile phones.... as for his VTech baby walker... not interested.


Exactly the same. I'm sure that there must be a market for dummies of all you mentioned above. They'll be cheaper than all the toys!
#26
'hello puppy calling would you like to play with me?lets have fun together,while we learn our abc'

yes,sad as i am, that is what this walker often says. my 3 kids loved it.

thankyou OP, just ordered one as i forgot about the borrowed one we had and left it in our garden over winter - now the owners have asked for it back - in such a state from its outside ordeal i had to offer to buy a new one. next best price i found was about £21.99 argos.

thankyou for saving me a few pounds..xx..
banned#27
my kid loves his :)http://www.avatarjunkie.net/cimg/8e68c3c7bf14ad0bcaba52babfa470bd.gif
#28
fab toy, our son has now inherited it from his sister and she walked at 9 months!
#29
u've listed this under "mobiles"!!!
wrong kind!
#30
balluji
u've listed this under "mobiles"!!!
wrong kind!


how does one go about getting a phone contract for this then?
#31
balluji;4474083
u've listed this under "mobiles"!!!
wrong kind!

Hehe :) Thanks for spotting that.
Micah;4479513
how does one go about getting a phone contract for this then?

It does have a phone on the front of it though :-D
#32
rayman
Hehe :) Thanks for spotting that.

It does have a phone on the front of it though :-D


The phone on the one I bought sounds broken to me, a loud rattling noise comes from inside it when my daughter shakes it ! ;-)
#33
Gitfinger
The phone on the one I bought sounds broken to me, a loud rattling noise comes from inside it when my daughter shakes it ! ;-)


maybe thats the dialing tone??

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