Combi Activity Walker Baby Gift Idea

Posted: Nov 23 2008, 10:01am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:51am CDT, in News | Baby Gifts


Combi Activity Walker Baby Gift Idea
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The Combi Activity Walker is the ultimate driving machine for any little motorist. Any car crazy cutie will love this auto-themed baby walker.
This is so much more than a whimsical baby walker, it’s a stationary bouncer and play center, too!

This GT special edition black activity baby walker from Combi comes fully loaded: Colorful automotive theme for a playful, stimulating experience.
Adjustable footrest for multiple play modes. Lights and Sounds in footrest for interactive foot play. Steering wheel that turns and features lights and sound. Removable hood for access to snack and play tray. A lockable bounce feature. Anti-skid pads on bottom for baby’s safety. A play mirror to see that smilin’ baby face while he/she honks the horn. Anti-skid pads on bottom for child's safety. Handles to aid walking child. The walker also features a retractable seat that can be stored under the hood and a snack tray.

Get the gift-motor running with the Combi Activity Walker.

More Product Details:
• Other colors: mint and pink
• Weight: 16.5 lbs
• Carrying Capacity: 25 lbs
• Dimensions: 28.5 x 26 x 27.75"
• For babies up to 25 pounds (Recommended for babies that can sit upright unassisted)

Where to Buy: offers the Combi Activity Walker for currently $77.36 with FREE Super Saver Shipping.

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