VTech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker (Frustration Free Packaging)

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VTech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker (Frustration Free Packaging)

  • Interactive learning baby walker has a removable play panel; Frustration Free Packaging means it comes in a plain brown box
  • Early learning center has 5 piano keys that play music and encourage creativity; wheels work on carpeted and hard floors
  • Features 2 colorful spinning rollers, 3 shape sorters, and 3 light-up buttons that develop motor skills
  • Pretend telephone handset and mechanical elements enhance role-play fun; 2 AA batteries are included
  • Over 70 sing-along songs, music, sound effects and fun phrases; meant for babies and toddlers 9 months to 3 years old
From baby steps to big steps the Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker by VTech helps your child develop from a crawler to a walker through adaptive technology.

List Price: $ 34.99 Price: $ 25.00


Cards Against Humanity: First Expansion

  • 100 NEW cards (80 White cards and 20 Black cards)
  • 12 bonus blank cards (8 blank White cards and 4 blank Black cards)
  • Professionally printed on premium playing cards (100% compatible with Cards Against Humanity)
  • Now with 40% more brand synergy.
  • Lovingly crafted by the tiny hands of heartwarming orphans.
The first official expansion for Cards Against Humanity, featuring 80 brand-new white cards, 20 brand-new black cards, and, for the first time, blank cards which will allow you to seamlessly add your own inside jokes to the game.

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6 thoughts on “VTech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker (Frustration Free Packaging)

  1. Corban Smith
    812 of 837 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The one star reviews are misleading…, November 25, 2013
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    This review is from: VTech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker (Frustration Free Packaging) (Toy)
    I usually read the 1 star rating when buying a product. I saw the issues about the wheels sliding on hard floors, being too light to support a child while standing up, going too fast and kids falling on their face… The list goes on. Well after some critical thinking and shopping around I figured that most if not all of the products of this price and material would have the same issues. Well, the reviews were almost completely wrong!
    Wheels sliding on hard floors… False, there is a rubber seam on the rear wheels that prevents side to side motion. (I have no idea where this critique came from) My entire main level is hard wood and this has not been an issue.
    Too light to support a child while standing up… False (for the most part), my 12 month old is average size and it doesn’t tip. That’s not to say that if your kid is in the 95th percentire that it’s going to be as sturdy as a rock.
    Going to fast… False again! There are two settings on the wheels. One pretty much locks the rear wheels (not too much so that it’s immovable). The other setting is free spining. My 12 month old (recieved this for his birthday) uses the locked setting on the main floor where it’s hard floor and the free spinning setting on the carpet. He has never had the toy “run away” from him causing him to fall flat. Granted he has fallen but that’s the purpose right? To help him learn to walk…
    This is just my two cents I hope it’s helpful.

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  2. Ashlee
    498 of 518 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome for little ones that are learning to walk!, October 14, 2008
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    Ashlee (Manteca, CA) –

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This toy was instrumental in helping my son to walk. He pushed this toy all over the house day and night. The toys on it light up and make noises. There’s an educational mode and a music mode. My son’s favorite part is the phone. He pretends like he’s talking to daddy. This toy is very sturdy. My son has pulled himself up on it numerous times and it’s never tipped over. I also noticed that it doesn’t seem to go too fast. Other walkers I’ve seen take off and leave the baby to fall on his face. This one is perfect. I recommend it to everyone. My son was walking on his own after 1 month of using this.

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  3. Bri
    420 of 449 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    LOVE even after 3 months, October 11, 2012
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    Bri (APO, AE United States) –

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
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    I was a little skeptical to buy this because of all the negative reviews this product had about not being durable and the electronics not working properly. In fact, I was so skeptical that I didn’t buy it at first. A few days later, still a little sad that I couldn’t find anything else, a friend of mine posted a video of her kiddos (she has twins) playing with the same toy I wasn’t buying!! She told me that she loved it, her babies loved it and that it was a durable as it could be so I ordered it. It was extremely easy to put together AND the toy came with its own batteries which I thought was absolutely amazing since nothing ever comes with batteries anymore. The electronics worked great until about 2 months later. It started doing all the crazy things that people were talking about. Luckily I remembered that the batteries were originally provided to me by the company and who knows how old those were so I replaced them and the electronics worked great again. Soooo… to all those people that said that the circuit board was crap, check the batteries first and see if that is the problem.

    As for durability, my daughter has rammed it into every single piece of wall, furniture and living thing in our house. It has a 90 degree square base with wheels so it is extremely difficult to tip over. In the 3 months my daughter has had it, she has tipped it over 1 time and learned that when you fall, you have to let go of the handle otherwise it comes down with you.

    This toy is fun, flashy and gets used in our house every single day. My daughter loves this thing and it was worth every penny of the $35 dollars I spent on it. If your baby is ready to start walking then this toy is absolutely wonderful but please know that if your baby cannot stand on their own, then they are not ready to be walking with this toy so just get it for them to press the buttons since it can be easily removed until they can stand and walk with it.

    There are no stoppers or emergency breaks on the wheels so for those who are worried that their little one will push and it will go forward, you’re right, it will and it wont stop. That is what it is made for.

    I gave the educational value a four because while there are a million things on it that baby can learn from, they probably are not going to because they will be so busy wanting to push a million other buttons.

    UPDATE: We have now had this for 6 months and my daughter still loves it. She figured out how to take the face off to play with it by itself and has thrown it on the ground several times. We do not have carpet so the fact that it is still working tells me that it seems to be put together pretty well.

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  4. Jacob Hill
    279 of 293 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic., February 6, 2014
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    This review is from: Cards Against Humanity: First Expansion (Toy)
    Bought all 4 expansions that are out and the “Bigger, Blacker Box”. With the abs I have received from excessive laughter I am considering being a model.

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  5. Daniel P. Dobbs
    398 of 430 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Hide the kids, hide yo wife, December 9, 2011
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    Daniel P. Dobbs (Tacoma, WA) –
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    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:1.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This review is from: Cards Against Humanity: First Expansion (Toy)
    Imagine if the family card game ‘Apples to Apples’ was re-created by Hunter S Thompson and Charles Manson on an ether bender. That’s what you get with ‘Cards Against Humanity’. Highly recommended to adults with filthy, filthy minds.

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  6. Jeff "jpschade"
    258 of 288 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent, with one caveat, October 23, 2012
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    Jeff “jpschade” (Roswell, GA) –

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This review is from: Cards Against Humanity: First Expansion (Toy)
    Cards Against Humanity is easily one of the most entertaining adult party games in recent memory. Think Apples to Apples, but less “family-friendly.” Gone are the boring comparisons that made Apples to Apples (and the sequel Sour Apples) fun but dull. Instead, Cards Against Humanity pulls out all the stops and is filled with very adult (and completely politically incorrect and often simply hilarious) cards.

    If you’re not familiar with Apples to Apples, here’s how the game works:

    Players take turns being the “Chairman” and draw one black card that has a statement on it (Example: “Before I kill you Mr. Bond, I must show you ______________.”

    The other players in the game then take turns playing one white card (they keep 10 in their hand at all times) that they think best completes the phrase. The chairman picks their favorite, and the player that played that card receives one point. Game play continues and the first player with five points wins.

    Now, as I mentioned, Cards Against Humanity is, well, politically incorrect. A few examples of the content of the cards are: “Jews,” “Adderall,” and “Balls.” (Those are some of the more tame answers –to make it better there are even blank cards included so you can add your own responses.)

    This expansion pack adds additional white and black cards to the original deck. If you’ve gone through the entire original, or just need to add more offense to your game, it’s a steal for $10. The cards are printed on standard playing cards and are good quality and perfect for the game.

    The only caveat is that you shouldn’t buy this if you printed the original cards for the website (rather than purchased them before Amazon sold out online). The cards for the original deck (as available in PDF on the Cards Against Humanity website) are much smaller than those included with this expansion pack. If you haven’t played the game yet, or if you have the self-printed cards already, wait for the professionally printed version to be restocked and then buy it and the expansion deck.

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