ELC Wobble Toddle Ride-On review

from Early Learning Centre
RRP  £29.99
Mothercare wobble toddle ride-on toy

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What we say:

This colourful two-in-one toy converts from a walker to a ride-on toy car, so it grows with your baby and offers excellent value compared to some other ride-ons. It has lots of fun features to keep babies and toddlers occupied, including a steering wheel, gear stick, musical buttons and a built-in shape-sorter.

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Tested by Jennifer Barclay, from Edinburgh, mum to Alexander, 12 months. She said:

A lovely, simple toy that works really well as a walker, although it’s a bit fiddly to convert it to a ride-on. It has a nice low seat – ideal for little legs. The steering wheel actually moves the wheels, which Alexander loves. The shape-sorter is a nice touch too. Just don’t forget to buy batteries if you’re buying this for a Christmas present !

Tested by Dita Pritchard, from Bath, mum to Alex, 15 months. She said:

I think this option is fun, bright and colourful. Alex really engaged with this in both ride-on and walker mode. It was simple to put together, but using the instructions to do this is essential. Switching between
a walker and a ride-on toy is time-consuming. It has good steering, which Alex was able to control, and it can withstand head-on collisions with the furniture!

Tested by Harriet Long, from Belfast, mum to Joseph, 21 months. She said:

The gear stick and steering wheel are really popular with Joseph, although it’s a shame there’s no horn. The front wheels swivel, which gives a bit more control when riding. The seat seems comfortable to sit on, while the shape-sorter and storage compartment add to its appeal. The tunes are annoying and repetitive – although Joseph loves them!

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