Nextx sit-to-stand learning walker, baby toys for infants, 4 in 1 child walker

(8 customer reviews)


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  • infant toys 6 to three hundred and sixty five days learning to walk: the smooth to grasp take care of and pace manipulate wheels help child to construct core energy at the same time as improve draw close and push capacity.
  • sensory toys for toddlers 1-3: your infant should take a seat and play with the rotating rabbit, form blocks and play songs with the far off.
  • remote manage toy keys: the automobile responds with the far off manage as toddler turns the track on or off and adjust the quantity.
  • adjustable heights: trade the peak of the handles where toddler pushes as they grow.
  • smooth to collect: the three elements are clean to prepare. 5 aa batteries required (not covered). Infrared faraway variety as much as 4. Nine feet.

Availability: 150 in stock

SKU: C197Q7QG08195 Category:

product description

how do infants study to walk?

the age range for most push walkers is among 6 months to 3 years.

  • take a seat to stand.
  • create challenges.
  • encourage taking walks in your infant.
  • standing on their personal.
  • how do babies use a push & pull baby walker?

    babies examine to walk progressively as they become larger and their leg muscles become more potent. Usually, babies begin scooting or crawling around the age of 6 months. Strolling involves balance and self assurance. On account that infants broaden power in her legs at specific a long time, it’s everyday for a few infants to walk earlier than others.

    a realistic layout on a amusing set of toy keys along a functional far off with vehicle sounds and a flashing lighting fixtures.

    the click and music buttons expand infant’s sensory abilities, making the walker an great supply of amusement.

    best motor- all that block-greedy and positioned & take play enables enhance your baby’s hand-eye coordination and dexterity.

    the easy-hold close cope with is a robust grip on the frenzy walker in your little candy starts infant steps to big steps.

    building block toys 6 to 365 days

    first infant toys to expand coloration & shape recognition. It can broaden the toddler’s first-class motor abilties and hand-eye coordination capacity,enhance their color reputation and shape identification capacity even as playing.

    toddler sit down to face mastering walker 12 to 18 months

    let it go and encourage child to sit down to face.

    musical toys 18 to 24 months

    gaining knowledge of & playing: simply press the button in front, this toddler interest middle bonds your baby with dozens of melodies to enhance their listening capabilities.

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    grow & analyze with family interactions.

    child toys 6 to 365 days

    toddler toys 12 to 18 months

    baby toys 18 to 24 months

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    grow & study with infant hobby center

    nextx infant walker is surely a a laugh push walker that comes with all the bells and whistles. It’s colorful and inviting and also has two modes of play, instructional and musical. Your on foot, or quickly-to-be strolling toddler gets hundreds of amusement from this.

    Product Dimensions

    18.11, x, 14.96, x, 14.57, inches

    Item Weight

    5.97, pounds




    2, A, batteries, required.

    Best Sellers Rank

    #12, 246, in, Toys, &, Games, (See, Top, 100, in, Toys, &, Games), #26, in, Toddler, Push, &, Pull, Toys, #37, in, Push, &, Pull, Baby, Toys, #5, 677, in, Pre-Kindergarten, Toys

    Customer Reviews

    4.6, out, of, 5, stars, 909, ratings, 4.6, out, of, 5, stars

    Is Discontinued By Manufacturer






    8 reviews for Nextx sit-to-stand learning walker, baby toys for infants, 4 in 1 child walker

    1. Audrey Wierson

      I think this is a wonderful walker for babies. My son is 9 months old and I wish I would have had it sooner. The only down side at least if you have the adjustable handle at the two higher locations it can tip back if he pulls on it and he is at the age where he wants to pull on things to stand up. However, the walker is not very heavy so even when he tries to pull it down and he starts to fall he knows to avoid it. Right now he uses it if I stand him up next to him. But in just a few minutes of him using it he got the hang of it and corrected his walking. I tried it on carpet and on hardwood. I have tried changing the wheels but for the most part he was able to do it. It is way better than others we have that go too fast and he just trips. He can control this one better. I think within a week or so he will have his core strength to use it like a pro. Will definitely recommend Read more

    2. Sandra

      Bought this for my granddaughter for a Christmas gift. Put it together and very excited with it. Can’t wait to give it to her. My husband assembled it and has some comments: – Appears to be a well designed and durable toy. – For the price, ~$50, I found the instructions were lacking. The size of them is pitifully small, which makes it difficult to see where the parts go. I had to struggle to find the screws and where they go. – There’s really no explanation for where the handle should be placed for younger and older kids. You have to put it in one of the locations and then contemplate if it’s the correct one for your toddler’s size. – The explanation about the rabbit and eyes moving makes one think that they move on their own as the toy moves, but this is not the case. They move by physical contact only. – There is absolutely no explanation for what the “Speed Control Wheel” is all about. What’s it’s purpose, if any, and if there is a purpose, how does it function? – I think the remote control is unnecessary and likely an expensive option. Will probably get used at first and then left on the coffee table. I think it would be better to have buttons just on the walker, in various locations, to make the different sounds. Would probably help reduce the cost significantly without the remote. – Nice product, but as I said, the instructions were really lacking. Hope these comments are useful. Read more

    3. Mrs.C

      Just bought new batteries and the walker works but not the key that comes attached. Extremely disappointed since i built everything and already threw away the box! Update: The key actually does work! It only works with the walker. You have to be near the car so the key can turn on and off the music for the walker and make beeping sounds. It will not work on it’s own… pretty sweet! Read more

    4. MiniStef

      My daughter just turned 8 months and loves this toy, it has a good grip so that the wheels don’t accelerate quickly. I love the height adjustments, she loves just grabbing it and standing with it while playing with the rings by the handle. However, she is getting stronger and pushing more, so I have to spot her more carefully since she is not an advanced walker either. Sometimes I let her sit and play with the bunny and musical sounds in the front. Great multi-function toy and walker Read more

    5. Robert C. Shortridge

      Its a great walker. Very sturdy and well made. My granddaughter loved playing with it. I had a problem with the toy key fob not working but customer service worked with me to make it right. Very pleased with this purchase! Read more

    6. Aken

      I never bought a ride on walker for my little one. He practiced walking with this puppy walker. He interacts with the toys in front for a minute and goes back to walking. He loves taking this everywhere and until now that he is walking, he still pushes it with him all around the house. It is very lightweight and easy to travel with. Read more

    7. debra sharp

      I really like this product and would have given it 5 stars but it came with a remote control ( that was good for sound only) which stopped working about 20 minutes once I turned it on. We changed batteries and it still will not work. I really had no idea that it even had a remote control and it certainly does not need one. The company would have been better off just to not offer it. Read more

    8. Isabella

      I bough this for my nine month granddaughter to use when she visits our house. It was easy to assemble, it does not have a lot of activities on it, which is what I wanted. I wanted something simple. She can easily hold on to it and walk around the house. On the carpet it’s great, and on the floor it’s great because it has rubber on the rear wheels so she doesn’t go flying. There are lights and sounds and removable blocks (3) which I have mixed feelings about – but they are okay. It has a removable toy with car keys, and buttons that are supposed to make “car” noises – I have mixed feelings about that too, but it’s okay. Overall, it is just what I was looking for. Read more

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