Haba Walker Wagon
Haba Walker Wagon
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Haba Walker Wagon
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|Product Length:||19.95 inches|
|Product Width:||14.1 inches|
|Product Height:||16.08 inches|
|Product Weight:||12.47 pounds|
|Package Length:||20.47 inches|
|Package Width:||16.06 inches|
|Package Height:||14.88 inches|
|Package Weight:||12.57 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 69 reviews|
The walker wagon aides children in moving
Includes seat to push your friend
Beyond the seat you will find convinent pockets for toy storage
Sturdy construction, rubber tires on wood rims
Adaptable brakes to meet your needs
|Average Customer Review: ( 69 customer reviews )
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61 of 61 found the following review helpful:
comparison of various walkers Jan 18, 2011
My boy received 4 similar walkers as gifts (a fisher price multi-fangled piano/walker, melissa & doug alligator push toy (Melissa & Doug Deluxe Wooden Chomp and Clack Alligator Push Toy, and another plastic piece that I don't remember well because it hit the trash on day 2). The Haba walker is superior to all for the following reasons:
1. Straightforward toy - the kid will not be confused about its function by bells and whistles (the fisher price one is bound to lead to ADD with the 20+ buttons, non-stop noise, bells, music, and no OFF-button!!!)
2. HEAVY - this is extremely useful when the child feels like they can run but they are not steady on their feet yet (my kid never fell using this; the first time we took the fisher price walker out for a spin he fell twice in the span of 15 minutes). This walker is also more stable than the melissa & doug one. The downside is that the kid will not be able to steer this walker at the beginning, but they figure it out soon.
3. The Haba walker is QUIET (despite the lack of battery-operated buttons, the melissa and doug walker makes a ridiculous amount of noise).
4. The brakes are very useful - when the baby was too young to push this, I tightened the brakes to the point that the wheels would not turn at all - so he could use it as a sturdy piece to pull himself up. Once he became more steady on his feet, I loosened the brakes gradually.
5. Longer use time. Compared to the melissa & doug, the Haba walker can be used as a wagon to carry toys and give little friends rides long after baby learns to walk.
6. Best posture - I found my boy bending too much forward when pushing the other walkers compared to this.
Shell the extra cash and get your kid a few quality pieces instead of tons of plastic toys that will teach him nothing about how the real world works.
We got this walker when my son was 7 months old and had just started pulling up. Now, at 2 years old, he still takes this walker for a spin daily. In fact he has abused it somewhat (by standing on the seat and trying all sorts of acrobatics while doing so, and surprisingly he hasn't fallen). The toy looks the same as the day we got it.
61 of 62 found the following review helpful:
Exactly what we needed it to be Dec 05, 2007
By 3 polkadots
We love the simplicity of this extremely well-made walker with its sleek, easy-on-the-eyes design. When we were looking for the right walker for our son, we did not need one that would teach him the alphabet in Spanish, set his around-the-house jaunts to a soundtrack of electronic music, or offer shape sorting and bead maze capabilities. When our son sees this walker, he gets excited because he knows exactly what it is for--providing a fun way to move and explore, while offering his little toy companions a ride, as well. The simple design of this walker also will make it conducive to pretend play as our son gets older. I can't say enough about the quality of this product. It is extremely safe and sturdy, and yet, our son has never had trouble pushing it over carpet. It is worth the price you will pay, and it will last for years.
**Update** My son will be 4 in less than 2 months, and he still plays with this. It is his grocery cart or push mower depending on the mood. And it's just as sturdy as the day we bought it.
38 of 41 found the following review helpful:
Best Walker Wagon on the Market! Well-Built and Made in Germany with the quality you'd expect. Nov 11, 2007
Our 11 month old son loves this wagon and so do I. He has no problem at all pushing it on carpet and he's banged this wagon into my white wood moldings over a hundred times and it still hasn't left a mark and the wheels don't scratch or leave marks on wood floors either. I wonder if the last reviewer got a different wagon or maybe their child just isn't ready for it because I can't find anything wrong with mine. It's true that it's heavy but that's because it's solid wood and well-made and because of that it won't tip over on your child when they pull up on it. If you want a light weight cheaply made wagon that will tip over and hurt your child buy one made in China. You'll get your moneys worth with this wagon, you'll be able to pass this down to other children. Plus there are no small parts that could break off (the Radio Flyer wagon that's MADE IN CHINA has small plastic parts that many reviewers have said break off [Radio Flyer Classic Walker Wagon]) or lead paint (All lead paint recalls have been on China made products) on this wagon that could harm your child. Don't waste your money on plastic poisonious garbage buy this wagon and you won't regret it!
14 of 14 found the following review helpful:
The Mac Daddy of all Walkers Jan 07, 2011
By Mom at Home
Watch Video Here: http://www.amazon.com/review/R2SSWTPZEJZTFX I was reluctant to spend over $100 on a walker, but to be honest I have grown tired of spending good money on junky plastic toys. You will not be disappointed with this purchase. This is the kind of walker you can pass down to your grandkids. Haba toys are always so well made, and so incredibly durable. My baby took to it immediately and loves to walk with his new assistance. His older brother likes to play with it as well. It is an added bonus that it comes with a seat in the front. Kids can cart their toys or even each other around.
11 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Wagon Has New Construction Mar 29, 2012
Some people have raved about this wagon, some people have complained about how it is poorly constructed, some have berated the people who complained for being stupid and not following the assembly instructions.
I'm here to clear that up.
The wagon I received has a NEW CONSTRUCTION. The pictures of the wagon show that the handle is bolted with two bolts on each side (for a total of four bolts). The wagon I received only has one bolt on each side (total of two bolts) and also includes one pin on each side to help the handle from falling down completely. This doesn't appear to be a *mistake*, as it is what the instruction paper that came with the wagon shows, but it is different from the official wagon pictures, not what I expected, and not as safe. The pins must be what another reviewer mentioned stick out (and don't seem to be able to stay on very well). The pins are an ATTEMPT to serve the purpose that the extra set of bolts used to, but they don't actually hold the handle in place. The handle moves around WAY too much without a second set of bolts--it can flop all the way down to the front wheels.
Oh, also, my little kit of bolts and washers also included an Allen wrench that probably would've helped to tighten the OLD STYLE screws. It serves no purpose with the new bolt kit.
I do not understand this at all. How can a floppy handled wagon still be called a "walker wagon?" My child has not been able to use this borderline dangerous toy, and I'm extremely disappointed that Haba would release the wagon with this new design.
UPDATE (4/10/12): Haba replaced my wagon, which turned out to be defective because its handle did not have spaces into which the pins would fit. I considered deleting most of my original assessment because my baby's enjoying the wagon now and it works, but I think my review is still relevant because it shows that Haba has rushed out this new design without doing enough quality testing. The company should also update its stock photos and instruction sheet. (I didn't receive an Allen wrench in my replacement wagon box, but, strangely, an Allen wrench still shows up in picture form on the new instruction sheet, though no explanation is given as to why it is there.)
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