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Woodpecker Baby Walker – Plan Toys Description
Reviews By L. Lane : Date September 26, 2009
This is so cute. It’s big for my 7.5 month old, but she is already trying to walk. I searched for dimensions everywhere, but no luck. If you need them, floor to top of the handle is 20 1/2 “, at it’s widest, it is 13 1/4″ and it is 19″ deep. The noise of the woodpeckers is nice. It’s noticible, but not annoyingly loud. I’m not sure how effective the mechanism is for slowing down the speed at which a baby can walk. It seems you can either let the wheels go all the way or not at all. I didn’t find much of an in between. Very easy to assemble. I was disappointed that some glue was showing – its clear glue, but just looks a bit sloppy. Overall, I am very please and this is much nicer than some others out there.
Reviews By Kristen : Date October 30, 2009
I love that this walker is wood and that it has a retro feel. That said, I’m not sure it was worth the money. First of all, when it arrived, one of the clicking flaps had broken off. We had to re-attach it with wood glue. Also, we have some carpet in our house and even with the knob completely loosened, my daughter usually tips it forward when she tries to push it there. On the tile, it works great, but carpet, not so much. Plus, she can unscrew the knob completely and take it off. I haven’t found it in her mouth yet, but I’m sure I will. I still like the toy because it’s so unique. And I want to love it, but I can’t say I do.
Reviews By H. Safronoff : Date December 24, 2009
This toy looks better in person than it does on the website. I was very apprehensive about spending $70 on a toy without examining it in person. Where to begin…you can’t tell from the picture but there are two “legs” that stick out the back past the wheels that prevent the walker from tipping backwards on to the child. The mechanism to control how fast the back wheels turn works excellently and is easy to use. I have been able to adjust it to work on several different surfaces (both hard surfaces and different thicknesses of carpet). the back wheels have rubber on them which creates a better grip on the floor and helps to slow down the walker. In front of the woodpeckers are two pieces of wood. each wood pecker taps on a different piece of wood. the woodpeckers peck at irregular intervals and at different times. the craftmenship is wonderful. the finish is beautiful. no flaws. no complaints. the handle bar is at a great height. i was afraid it would be too short for my son, but it definitely is not. the pecking noise is definitely not too loud or obnoxious. everyone who looks at it remarks about the quality and beauty of the piece. we looked at the melissa and doug walker in person (the one with the alligators) the quality is very inferior and the handle bar was way too short. My son is 11 months old and is able to walk easily with this toy. he has yet to manage turning it around when he runs into a wall. he also enjoys playing with the woodpeckers and turning the toy on its side so he can spinn the wheels. i am very happy we decided to splurge on this toy.