Chicco DJ Baby Walker Review
Riley’s approaching that tender age where he’s desperately trying to be more active and mobile but failing miserably the majority of the time. As such, i’m always looking for ways to make the process easier for him, so when an opportunity arose recently with Kids One Stop Shop to review a baby walker from the Chicco range, i jumped at the chance. For those of you unfamiliar with Kids One Stop Shop, it was founded in 2010 by working mum Wendy Lavender as a one stop shop for all kiddie related activities. Today it serves as a resource centre for parents with everything from parental advice, competitions, activities and events to product reviews and an online marketplace where you can buy and sell items.
I was sent a Chicco Dj Baby Walker in Magia which can be viewed in more detail on their website here
The Chicco Dj Baby Walker has been designed to make learning to walk a fun, but safe experience for you and your baby. It comes equipped with an electronic toy tray that has an array of activities to keep baby entertained including lights, sounds, piano keys, buttons and levers, all of which help to stimulate senses and develop hand/eye coordination. Riley went straight for the toys the minute i sat him in the walker and especially loves the piano keys as they light up and play sounds when you press them. Whats more, the toy section can be removed to reveal a useful play or food tray and then using the straps provided you can attach the toy to a pram bumper bar.
The walker itself is very sturdy and i felt perfectly happy leaving him in it unattended whilst i popped into the next room. In addition to this, not only does it feature a padded seat and rigid backrest to ensure maximum comfort and support for baby, but it has 3 different height adjustments which enables it to adapt to your baby’s needs as they grow.
It’s a fantastic product and Riley has had hours of fun it so far with many more to come i’m sure. I couldn’t be happier as it keeps him thoroughly entertained and he’s already showing signs of better coordination, his head and neck control has improved greatly and he seems much more alert to his surroundings. I would definitely recommend it to all parents looking to purchase a walker for their little one.
Pros: Easy to use, easy to clean, comfortable, durable, good value for money, frame folds down to compact size for storage, entertaining, fantastic for aiding development, safe.
Cons: Poor instruction manual/assembly instructions
The Chicco DJ Baby Walker in Magia is available to buy from Kids One Stop Shop here for £53.49 and in my opinion is well worth the money.
Disclosure: I was sent a Chicco DJ Baby Walker in Magia for the purpose of this review but all views and opinions expressed are honest and entirely my own.