I ordered this online a few days ago for my daughter who is trying to walk on her own. I received it today and am planning on returning it. It's cute, and seems solid enough not to tip if she holds the bar to pull herself up. But, when I took it out of the box the wood was chipped in different places on the front of the toy. If it were a small nick in a remote corner, it would be something we could live with. But the chips were close to objects on the walker that my daughter would touch, one of them on the ring around the mirror. It's disappointing because my husband and I felt much more comfortable with our daughter having a wooden walker instead of plastic.
The walker would flip over when he was playing with the front entertainment section if he tried to stand up against it. If he pushed it too hard or from the side while standing in the back it would tilt forward and he would fall. but great product..[...]
-Fun to play with for multiple ages. She likes the tunes on this - not as annoying as some other toys - Very 'responsive' to baby's interaction.
She likes play with the balls/parts by themselves or in the walker. A little pricey, but purchased with Red Card - got 5percent and Free Shipping.
Good sturdy quality, not at all flimsy.
Very easy to put together.
I bought the Musical Activity Walker for my grandson when he was about 5 or 6 months old. At that time, we wedged the back wheels under the sofa and he sat and pushed the buttons. Later he started pulling himself up on the walker and eventually walking (and running) while pushing the walker. He is 10 months old and still likes playing with this walker.
It has been dropped, stepped on by adults and run into walls - but it looks and sounds like new.