Baby Trend Walker, Safari Kingdom

Baby Trend Walker, Safari Kingdom ReviewA really cure walker, with a nice combination of stability, ruggedness, and toys.

The toys on this walker are a little more basic than on some other walkers, but work well. The walker is safari themed, and so there are two cute giraffes positioned at the side of the walker, and a long wiggly tail (?) between them.

This simple design achieves the difficult task of both having enough toys to amuse your child, but also leaving space for them to have their own toys on board, or even to eat whilst they are in the walker.

In addition, this walker has several advantages:

Baby Trend Walker, Safari Kingdom

This simple design achieves the difficult task of both having enough toys to amuse your child, but also leaving space for them to have their own toys on board, or even to eat whilst they are in the walker.

8 Total Score
Baby Trend Walker, Safari Kingdom

This simple design achieves the difficult task of both having enough toys to amuse your child, but also leaving space for them to have their own toys on board, or even to eat whilst they are in the walker.

Durability
7.5
Design
8.5
Comfort
7.5
PROS
  • The whole design, whilst being standard, is none the worse for that. Two metal bars provide a solid connection between the base and the seat. This is the way that baby walkers have been made for years, and this simple design still works really well!
  • The tray on this walker is nice and large, allowing plenty of space for your child to bring along their favorite toy whilst they go exploring!
  • The walker is also easily adjustable, offering three different height positions, so it will keep up with your child, no matter how quickly they are growing up!
  • The base on this walker is extra-wide, which provides a great deal of stability. In fact, the whole walker feels very stable and secure, and we are sure that it will stand up to many years of high-speed crashes!
CONS
  • A few. Some parents reported that the toys that came with this walker were not as sturdy as the rest of it, and some children were able to snap them off.
User Rating: 2.6 (1 votes)

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