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Playskool Step Start Walk 'n Ride Toy

Playskool Step Start Walk 'n Ride Toy

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Playskool Step Start Walk 'n Ride Toy


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It's 2 toys in 1. As a sturdy, stable walker, the Step Start Walk 'n Ride toy helps babies learn to stand, take their first steps, and walk. Then it easily converts to a first ride-on toy. It has a locking mechanism that only parents can activate, so children can't change modes by themselves. Kids can explore the hands-on activities in both the walker and ride-on modes to see fascinating sights, hear silly sounds and touch interesting textures. Playskool and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.

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Product Details
Product Length:17.0 inches
Product Width:8.0 inches
Product Height:13.5 inches
Product Weight:5.0 pounds
Package Length:18.1 inches
Package Width:15.3 inches
Package Height:8.8 inches
Package Weight:4.95 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 472 reviews

  • 2-in-1 activity toy has a clicking dial and locking mechanism

  • Starts as a sturdy walker to help baby learn to walk

  • Converts to a fun ride-on for toddlers Bullet

  • Front and back spinner Bullet

  • Hood opens and closes

Customer Reviews
Average Customer Review:3.5 ( 472 customer reviews )
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224 of 231 found the following review helpful:

4Pretty good toy.  Jun 05, 2001 By R. A. Paulk
Let me start by saying that my 10 month old LOVES this toy. She likes both modes (walk behind and ride on) and she really likes the toys on the body. I would agree with the other reviewer who said that this is a carpet area only walker. The design of this toy is bizarre at best. In order to get the toy from ride on to walker, you have to "snap" the handle into place. This is not easy. It's not impossible, but it does take some practice and the first few times she used it I didn't get the handle secured properly. Also, this toy will tip over. My baby likes to walk to the side of both of her walkers but the other walker has a more stable base. Although I wouldn't recommend this toy as a first walker or a walker for a non-carpeted area (for that I recommend Elmo's Grow and Go Walker Mower by Fisher Price), I do like the fact that this toy has two functions.

85 of 85 found the following review helpful:

5Great purchase!  Feb 20, 2001 By Deborah M. Thomas
We bought this for our daughter for Christmas when she was 9 months old. When she first got it, she preferred to play mechanic(flipping it over and playing with the wheels and underside)and she also liked to play with the toys on the top. So far, we have not had any trouble with the attachments. Now that she is learning how to walk, she loves to use the toy in the walker mode and strolls around our living room. We have found that when she does hit an obstacle, the toy has held up well and is very sturdy. In the car mode, she loves to have us push her around. She can push herself backwards, but she has not gotten the going forward part down yet. When she wants to get off of the car, we have found that it is low enough to the ground that she has not hurt herself. Overall, we have felt that this was a great purchase and plan to pass it down to the next one!

93 of 105 found the following review helpful:

1Not what it says it is  Nov 12, 2001 By Traci Singree
I bought this because of the brand name and the commercials for it I saw on t.v..I was very excited to buy it to help my son while he was taking his first few steps: But it is the most non-walking friendly toy for a beginner walker to even use! The wheels are to slippery, when he trys to push it it just slides or falls over because it is too top heavy, and the walk space for my babies feet is too a ride-one it is just too low to the floor for my son.
He has used it only to push the levers and play hide and seek w/other toys in the trunk compartment of it...I am really upset about the money I spent on this product..

26 of 28 found the following review helpful:

4Good for learning to walk  Dec 08, 2000
My son received this for his 1st birthday. He's never done much riding on it (he waits to be pushed...can't seem to get him to move his feet to do it himself!), but he LOVES to walk behind it and push it. He used it to get around when he couldn't walk on his own. The only thing I would change: it has a little "antenna" that is pulled out much too easily -- I ended up putting that piece in a drawer. Otherwise, easy to assemble and great entertainment. He'll sit in front of it and spin the attachments and put things in & out of the "trunk" with great fascination.

26 of 28 found the following review helpful:

1Not too Happy  Jan 19, 2001
We bought our 11 month old this walker and found enough flaws with it to return it to the manufacturer. Our daughter has practically fallen over it because of its unbalanced design. There isn't enough room between the wheels for her "waddling" feet. It doesn't lock in the walking position very well. In the riding position, she has opened the front compartment, leaned over, and pinched her fingers as it closed. The antenna pulls off very easily, which can be dangerous in the mouths of babes.

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