Baby walkers are fun for babies and do help him or her take their first few steps. They are suitable for babies over six months of age who are able to support their own heads. They strengthen leg muscles and help coordination.There are many different sorts of baby walkers on the market, but what is the best value for money?
Safety comes first
It is important for baby walkers to be safe.
The Graco baby walker is sturdy.
The frame is made of heavy plastic and this is what supports baby.
It acts as a bumper so gives extra protection.
The walker has three height adjustments to suit your baby's size and these are set by pulling a small lever underneath the front of the walker. Description
It has eight swivel wheels, so it has good balance.
It is thus very safe for baby to manoeuvre, but obviously, once your baby gets the hang of racing round in it, objects and furniture may suffer as he bumps into things.
It also has a padded seat for comfort with a back support, and it is easy to steer.
The Graco baby walker is a cheap baby walker but out of most baby walker reviews scores consistently high marks because of its value for money.
It is safe, but offers a lot of added on features that stimulate baby, such as music, rattles and dummy break lights. It is easy to clean as all the surfaces can be wiped.
It serves as a baby activity walker rather than just a walker and can be used indoors or outdoors.
Out of all baby walkers on the market, it is probably the best for safety, value for money and fun for baby.
It is also easy to store and transport.
Available in different colours, it really does help baby independently explore his environment.
There aren't many cons about the Graco baby walker, except for the entertainment panel.
With its assortment of loud noise making buttons, it ca get quite disturbing after a while.
But having said that, the panel is detachable.
To keep the music and noise going, you will need a supply of AA batteries, but at least it will stimulate all of baby's senses.