Delta 3 in 1 360 Degree Activity Center Walker

Sale Price $68.54

Delta 3 in 1 360 Degree Activity Center Walker features

Delta 3-in-1 360-Degree Activity Center Walker offers 360 degrees of play to keep baby engaged and entertained. This product easily converts from walker to rocker to stationary activity center and features multiple interactive lights and sounds to stimulate your little one. Delta 3-in-1 360-Degree Activity Center Walker has three height positions to accommodate baby as he grows and is JPMA certified. It meets or exceeds all ASTM standards and conforms to all applicable CPSC standards.

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  • For baby from 10 to 30 lbs and less than 32" tall. Baby must be able to sit upright unassisted and unable to walk.
  • 360-degree seat rotation with safety lock
  • Easily converts to rocker or stationary activity station
  • Multiple interactive lights and sounds
  • 3 height positions
  • JPMA certified
  • Meets or exceeds all ASTM standards
  • Conforms to all applicable CPSC standards
  • delta 3 in 1 360 degree activity center walker
  • UPC# 008021300687
Delta Childrens Products
Like many baby companies, Delta Children's Products was founded by a parent, in this case, a first-time father named Louis Shamie who found himself confronted with the challenges of parenting and filled with ideas on how to address them. In 1967, the company started out manufacturing baby gear that were all designed to be safe and comfortable for baby and convenient and affordable for parents and in 1984, nursery and children's furniture were added to the product line, which Delta is especially known for today. We offer Delta Children's Products cribs in various styles, including traditional, convertible, contemporary, sleigh and Mission, as well as in various finishes such as white, black, cherry and cider that are all non-toxic. We even have the Disney Enchanted Princess crib that Delta made for Disney - a lovely four-poster convertible crib with a ruffled canopy and gentle curves that are fit for a little princess. We also have Delta toddler beds and toy chests, some of which have popular kid's designs like SpongeBob, Dora, Disney and Sesame Street, as well as Delta strollers and bassinets.

Playstations and Walkers

Most babies learn to take their first steps between 11 to 18 months, but even before then, they are eager to explore their surroundings, which is why some parents buy walkers. Around this time, it is also a good idea to buy playstations so your baby can have lots of things to play and learn with even when staying in just one place. We offer plenty of playstations and walkers for you to choose from, all of which are safe for your baby and provide him with plenty of fun and learning activities. Indeed, many of our playstations and walkers have lights and sounds and come in colorful, fun designs.

Delta 3 in 1 360 Degree Activity Center Walker reviews

Too Hard to Move
3 stars
10/20/2010 by DaShawnsMommy, Kuwait,

Comments about Delta 3 in 1 360 Degree Activity Center Walker:
My son loves this walker because of the different toy features. He plays with them and chews on them constantly. He thinks he's in the jumper and he'll jump around every so often. I don't like it because it is too hard to move, even when I push it. The back wheels do not swivel, and they are hard to turn, and to me, that makes it harder for my son's little legs to get get around. I would not recommend this to anyone. I feel it's a waste of money, and I wish I had gone with a different walker. It was very simple to put together. I really like it, except for the back wheels. If they fixed this problem, it would be awesome, but for now, I wouldn't buy it again


Cheaply constructed
3 stars
10/19/2010 by JEREMIAHSMOMMY2010, MOBILE,AL

Comments about Delta 3 in 1 360 Degree Activity Center Walker:
I purchased this product because I liked the fact that it would grow with the baby. He also needed something to leave over at the grandparent's house. However, upon getting it out of the box, I realized it is very cheaply constructed. Everything about it looks cheap. The seat that the baby sits in is very small compared to other exersaucers I have looked at. Also it just doesn't look very comfortable. Even at the lowest setting my son still barely touches the ground. (and he's very long 27 inches @ 5 months) The wheels also do not move very freely. So I'm not sure that he'll ever be able to use it as a walker. And it also seems difficult for him to spin the seat around to see all the toys. He has a baby einstien exersaucer at our house that was purchased 2nd hand. And he loves it and is much more comfortable in it. I'm going to give it a couple of days and see if my son adjusts to it or not, but this may be going back to the store.


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