Tesco Little Steps Wooden Walker with Blocks Reviews
Product Type: Tesco baby toys
Newest Review: ... around a year ago) but I think it was somewhere around the £15-£20 mark. I can't see a price online at the time of writing ... more
Customer Tesco Little Steps Wooden Walker with Blocks Reviews (3)
by - written on 01/12/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
When my son was not taking a lot of interest in his walker to aid his walking (plenty in the toys on it but not to actually push it!) I decided to try another approach. Knowing how much my son loved wooden blocks and stacking things, I felt a wooden trolley filled with bricks might encourage him. I also liked the fact that this is quite a traditional toy and is made of wood - it is nice for him to have a variety of different textured toys in his collection. We purchased this with Clubcard vouchers so it was a lovely bargain for us! I can't exactly remember how much this cost (we purchased around a year ago) but I think it was somewhere around the £15-£20 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/10 (Very useful, 92 readings)
This was not purchased for my daughter as a walker it was more as a means of transport for her bricks which she liked to move around all over the house. She was very slow at moving her bricks from A to B and she would do it one at a time or two at a time if she was feeling a little more confident though I really wish this had not been purchased for her and it eventually went straight back to Tesco. My daughter was about 14 months at the time of receiving it though on DooYoo it says it is from age 2+, on the actual product box it was from 12 months and up. The wooden walker was very easy to assemble. It was just a case of attaching the wooden handle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/09 (Very useful, 395 readings)
This walker was given to my son for his first birthday by my mother, it does state on the above information that it is suitable from 2 years, but the box and packaging state 12 months+. **Packaging and Assembley. It comes in a fairly light cardboard box approx 60cm long, 30cm wide and 10cm deep. Inside there is a little more cardbard and some plastic film. The packaging is not excessive and is easily opened. The assembley is very quick and simple. All you need to do is affix the handle by tightening 6 bolts (allen keys included) and 2 screws (you will need a crosshead screwdriver to do this). It took me approx 5 minutes to ... Read the complete review
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