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Vtech Pink First Steps Walker £14.37 @ Tesco Direct!
Vtech Pink First Steps Walker £14.37 @ Tesco Direct!

Vtech Pink First Steps Walker £14.37 @ Tesco Direct!

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Good price! Add a sim for free del and return to store.This sturdy baby walker comes with a detachable learning centre and rattling role play phone. This walker introduces early learning, activities and melodies and is designed to support and nurture your baby's first steps. Assembles very easily and can be stored away in small spaces. Suitable from 6 months+.

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These are excellent. Our kids played with theirs for ages. Great price but the title should mention the £5 delivery charge.

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already posted a week and 4 days … already posted a week and 4 days agohttp://www.hotukdeals.com/item/338755/vtech-first-steps-baby-walker-at-am/



Strange the negative comments there. I felt it was more stable than the other one we had, which was more of a trolley, because the rear wheels are set back behind the baby.

I would have to be a little suspect of comments about the walker moving away when pushed, surely a walker wouldn't be much good if it didn't? Perhaps some people got them and hoped it would save them the effort of assisting their little ones first few weeks of walking. I can't see any walker would be safe before the child had taken some confident independent steps. They should be for fun and boosting confidence after walking has begun, not actually starting them off unassisted.

Its actually £19.37 when you factor in delivery, even delivery to store is £5 if the value is under £25

these are same price in store too

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Strange the negative comments there. I felt it was more stable than the … Strange the negative comments there. I felt it was more stable than the other one we had, which was more of a trolley, because the rear wheels are set back behind the baby. I would have to be a little suspect of comments about the walker moving away when pushed, surely a walker wouldn't be much good if it didn't? Perhaps some people got them and hoped it would save them the effort of assisting their little ones first few weeks of walking. I can't see any walker would be safe before the child had taken some confident independent steps. They should be for fun and boosting confidence after walking has begun, not actually starting them off unassisted.



It's basically too light weight and moves too easily. The plastic wheels provide no grip. You want the child to intentially push it rather than lean against it for it to move. I feel that my son chases it rather than pushes it. For some children that could be a bit of a scary experience.

Personally, i'd have bought a traditional wooden one if this hadn't been bought for us.

these r really good my son had one ( the yellow one lol ) and played with it all the time and they just dont break either its
now been past on and still gets used 4 years later
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Hello puppy calling... (You'll know what this means if you have one : ))

Both my boys have had these (not the pink one!)

Some of my oldests first words were Apple,Ball,Car,Dog,Elephant... I realised it must of been this thing he learned them from!

Thanks, hot

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Hello puppy calling... (You'll know what this means if you have one : ))



LOL - Rock and Roll!

[QUOTE=Mikiex;4764514]Hello puppy calling... (You'll know what this means if you have one : ))QUOTE]

I know what that means lol! I've got two and I actually prefer this one. I haven't read the reviews but I find it quite weighted and prefer this one. This was actually the first toy that my little boy pulled himself up at and I'm quite happy with him using this to do that. All the different actvities etc are great too.

I got one instore a few weeks ago, great price x

Oh and they have the neutral colour (ie not pink) in store for the same price too x

They Are £24 In My 2 Stores, Got It Price Checked Today At Counter And Still Full Price....totally Gutted
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