Safety is first and foremost when we buy stuff for our children. As much as possible we want to give them the best. Well, if not the best, at least the safest.
If you’re going to buy a walker for your child who is taking his or her first steps, here are some pointers:
Choose a walker with a a frame that does not trap your kid’s fingers. Being so, it’s better to look for one with collapsible components, and with locking devices.
If the baby walker you wish to buy has coilsprings, make sure that they have protective covers.
To prevent the walker from tipping over, buy a walker which has at least six wheels, and with a wheel-base that is longer than the seat height. Don’t forget to check the weight restriction.