Fisher Price Walk and Ride Lion Reviews
Product Type: Fisher Price baby toys
Newest Review: ... go roar. My son enjoys pressing it and then dancing along to the tune now hes 18 months. He doesnt need a walker anymore but ... more
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Fisher-Price Walk & Ride Lion
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Customer Fisher Price Walk and Ride Lion Reviews (7)
by - written on 15/10/09 (Very useful, 266 readings)
I decided to buy one of these after seeing it on offer at Tesco's Direct. I had a £5 off toys code which I had found online and managed to get 2 for just £20 delivered to my local Tesco's so I bought one for a friend of mine who also had a baby the same age as mine. It made a fantastic Christmas present, especially for just £10! I mean what can you buy these days for a tenner? Not this much quality of a toy! ***What it does? *** When you buy this toy you have to assemble the legs which does not take too long at all. The lion is brightly coloured with fabric type hair at the top. This is a fantastic toy as it is versatile to use ... Read the complete review
by shoz09 - written on 21/07/09
I bought this brightly coloured lion for my son last christmas. It is aimed at the 9 to 36 month age range. It is intended to be used as a walker as your child is learning to walk and then as a ride on toy. It is available on Amazon for £29.99 but this does not include batteries (of which it requires 3 AA batteries). The first use it carries out is as a walker, you child holding onto the purple handle at the back. When your child pushes the lion along, and providing that you switch it on, it will play this loud caribbean style music to encourage him or her. You can also press the nose to play the music. The lion is a very sturdy walker and doesnt fall easily ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/09 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I brought the Fisher Price lion for my kiddo when she was 8 months old (a couple of weeks before she was crawling) for christmas. The lion itself is about 2 feet long and 1 and a half feet tall. It is well packaged in a big box and the lion is all set up and ready to go, except the wheels (they are really easy to fix on. Instructions are included just incase). The lion takes 4 AA batteries which are included. Batteries last a long time too - ours are still going strong after a year. To access the battery compartment you need a screwdriver so it's safe for the little ones. The lion works in 2 ways - as a ride-on and a walker. To use the ride-on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/08 (Very useful, 113 readings)
Fisher Price Walk and Ride Lion..... Before Jack could even stand I was buying up toys such as this to help him on his way to be a little walker. I am not sure but perhaps this is the reason he was walking at around 10 months. He loves this toy and I would say it is one of his favourite ones. The Fisher Price Walk and Ride Lion cost me around £20 when it was on offer at Amazon a good while back now. I know this lion retails for a lot more in Argos and such places but it is worth looking around for a good special offer as they do seem to come up quite often. At the moment it is selling on Amazon for £28. Basically the lion is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/12 (Very useful, 31 readings)
We got this toy as a Christmas present for my son. He was still 6 months then so he couldnt really use it. It stayed in a corner until he was about 8 months and started to take an interest in it. At that stage he wasnt actually cruising so couldnt use it as a walker but he enjoyed being held on it and he discovered the nose before I did. I didnt get given this in a box so hadnt looked at any intructions so I didnt even know it was interactive until he kept pressing a button and i realised it must do something! The button of course lights up and plays a tune and makes the lion go roar. My son enjoys pressing it and then dancing along to the tune now hes 18 ... Read the complete review
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