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Every parent looks forward to the day their child first begins to walk. It is a thrill in and of itself to watch your infant grasp onto something, stand up for themselves, and take those first few steps. Each of these actions is nothing short of a triumph for the parent and the child. However, this is also a period when you need to exercise extra caution, so getting your child a walker can be a wonderful option to help him walk more confidently while also keeping him safe. Contrary to popular belief, walkers don't really help your baby learn to walk. After all, walkers are artificial support systems. That said, using a walker for primarily engaging and entertaining purposes rather than substituting actual floor time for learning to crawl, roll, scoot, or pull themselves up isn't a bad idea at all. Parents are constantly finding ways to keep their babies busy, and a walker can be a great way to keep them occupied and feel the excitement of walking with freedom
Wood is naturally sustainable and eco-friendly, so buying any wood product is always a good choice. This walker is the best natural material-made walker that gives you the best features of a push-around walker. It is made of durable wood. It weighs a considerable amount, which ensures that the walker does not easily tip over. The walker is painted with natural colours that are safe for the baby's health. The wheels are also made of thin wood, which is anti-slip even on smooth floors. The walker takes a minimum amount of time for assembly and is easy to handle.
Specifications: 36 x 36 x 39 cm; wood; 1.9 Kilograms
Suitable: 6 months - 3 years
Pros: Handcrafted by local artisans, Includes bells for auditory development.
Cons: No concerns
Isn't it great when your baby can benefit from two activities in one product? Due to its incredible interactive toys, this item comes in second on our list of the best walkers under 1000. It is a baby walker with rattle toys. The front panel has many sensory toys in a wide variety of colours that are also removable for your baby to learn from and play with. The walker is made of safe and soft plastic and comes fitted with textured wheels for anti-slip and an easy handle for grip, which makes it simple for babies to use. It is also compact and easy to store.
Specifications: 40 x 40 x 33 cm; plastic; 1.6 Kg
Suitable for: 9 - 15 months
Pros: Interactive removable toys, Vibrant
Cons: No concerns
Plastic products sometimes have sharp edges that are extremely harmful to babies. The premium virgin plastic used to craft this push walker has been molded into a smooth design free of sharp corners or edges, so the child is safe from harm. The sturdy design allows your baby to balance properly. The walker has easy-grip handles and smooth wheels for maximum mobility. It also comes fitted with a pop-up teddy bear toy that your baby can play with. It is a great source for developing gross motor skills in your baby.
Specifications: 34 x 32 x 44 Centimetres; plastic; 1.79 Kilograms
Suitable for: 9 months and up
Pros: Includes tunes for auditory development, Easy to assemble.
Cons: The product is lightweight, supervision while usage is advised.
This seated walker is quite durable because it has a steel frame and safe plastic for the parts that come into contact with a baby. It is also foldable and takes up little space, making it ideal for travel. Your baby can enjoy a musical toy bar and soft fabric seating while walking. It comes to you pre-assembled and is best suited for babies who have just started attempting to walk.
Specifications: 40 x 40 x 60 cm; 1.5 Kilograms
Suitable for: 12 months - 2 years
Pros: Sturdy steel frame, foldable
Cons: Need to keep batteries handy while setting it up
What if we told you you could get an amazing walker at an unbelievably low price? This walker ticks all the boxes of a push-style walker. It comes with rattle toys in multiple colours. The build is made of strong iron metal, providing support for your babies. The walker is fitted with rubber tires, which provide seamless movement. It is also quite easy to assemble and carry.
Specifications: 15 x 12 x 12 cm; 480 Grams
Suitable for: 8 months - 2 years
Pros: Affordable, Includes rattle toys
Con: No concerns
This walker is best for portability because of its quickly foldable, compact, and easy-to-assemble features. Despite being lightweight, it has a heavy base that ensures your baby's safety by preventing toppling accidents. The wheels of the walker rotate 360 degrees, and it also has wide and comfortable seats. It also has a musical toy bar, provided with a cell, at eye level for your baby. All in all, this is a very travel-friendly walker for your baby to enjoy walking wherever they wish to.
Suitable for: 1 month and up
Pros: Vibrant, Comfortable
Con: No concerns
If rattle toys aren't enough for your baby to play with, we have a baby walker with music. This walker features a one-finger musical button that plays soothing tunes to keep your child entertained. Its features don't end there. The walker comes with an adjustable height, so you can increase it according to your baby’s height. You can also fold the walker and store it easily. It has European Standard and ISI certifications, lending credibility to its body made of virgin plastic granules with curved, smooth edges and a wide base fitted with rotatable wheels, ensuring your baby's safety. It's also available in many vibrant colour options. The product doesn’t fall under Rs 1000 but it is still close to your expected price range and well worth it.
Specifications: 66 x 56 x 52 cm; 3 Kilograms
Suitable for: 0 - 2 years
Pros: Features one-click folding
Cons: Low music volume
Here are some things to be mindful of when using baby walkers:
It goes without saying that unattended babies in walkers are definitely dangerous. Stick to these measures religiously, and you'll have nothing to worry about.
Remember, a walker is only an activity device and should not be used beyond the recommended 15 minutes per day. Under your supervision, almost any activity can be safe and fun, and this is no different in the case of a walker. If you follow all safety measures properly, you have nothing to worry about. So put your little one in a walker and watch them be the jolly and crazy babies they were born to be.
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When your baby's neck has grown enough to hold them up straight, you can start using a sit-to-stand walker. You can also use a push walker as long as your baby has some balance and can stand with support.
2. When to stop putting baby in walker
As soon as your baby walks by themselves with little support, it's best you stop using the walker, because letting them use it beyond this may cause them to seek constant support while walking and be underconfident.