Baby walkers and exercisers are a great way for your baby to have fun while aiding hand-eye co-ordination and muscle growth.
One of the most important things to point out is that walkers are not in anyway intended to help your child start walking earlier than your child is ready. Another important point is that you must keep an eye on your child while using a walker at all times. As walkers are mobile by definition it is your responsibility to prevent trips down the stairs and into your fragile furnishings.
There are some key features you should consider when purchasing a walker. The key areas we have indentified are the size of the base; speed restricting wheels; and friction strips to prevent movement on uneven surfaces. You may also want to use the walker for many years, so a walker that converts into a push-along exerciser is really worth considering for when your child outgrows the sit-in mode.