|Number of Pieces||1|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Mfg Recommended age||9 months - 99 years|
|Item Model Number||31350|
|Product Dimensions||48.26 x 32.39 x 48.26 cm; 2.27 Kilograms|
Brio BRI31350 Toddler Wobbler (red/Yellow) Baby Toy
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- Adjustable handle and brake safety feature
- Includes 1x Toddler Wobbler
- The item measures 48.3 x 32 x 48cm
- Suitable for ages 9 months and up
- Manufactured to BRIO's high standards and from FSC Certified wood
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A toy that keeps pace with the child's development. The classic BRIO toddler wobbler comes equipped with an adjustable handle and brake, letting you adapt it to the child's progress.
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I bought this nearly a year ago and it's still going strong. We used it inside to begin with and the rubber wheels are great at stopping walls / skirting boards getting damaged by enthusiastic new walkers. We've been taking it out to the park for months and, aside from the wheels looking dirty from where they've touched the ground, it looks as good as brand new. (Despite my toddler running with it over all sorts or surfaces - grass, dirt, concrete etc - and using it to collect rocks and pinecones on walks.)
Before I bought it, I read some reviewer comments about it being annoying that the trolly only goes in a straight line, as the had to pick it up and turn it whenever their child got to the end of the room. This honestly hasn't ever been an issue for us. It's true it does only go in a straight line (unlike the wheels of a pram, for example), but I assume this a safety feature. It didn't hinder my child at all, as he just inched it around until it was facing in the new direction he wanted to go; and now that he's a much more confident walker / runner, he simply picks it up when he wants to go in a different direction.