Interestingly, both our 7 month old grandson and 10 month old weigh 21 lbs. It has not fallen over with either of them, but it did take them a minute to figure out the balance point, and to learn to slightly lean forward on it, as opposed to pulling it over backwards on top of themselves. It is a very stable toy, and nicely balanced. I was specifically impressed with that.
answered 3 months, 3 weeks ago
there are no breaks, so it will roll when he tries to get up.
My granddaughter is 10 months old now and weighs 23 lbs and she pulls up with ease on this and I have watched her work it and have not see it tip at all.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
No I thought it might but my lil guy 7months old hes about 18 lbs and he uses it to pull his self up on bc the 1st setting is pretty sturdy to make sure they dont move to fast.
my daughter has knocked it over on purpose while she was sitting down and playing with it but never while pulling herself to standing position.
My little granddaughter is 10 months old and a little heavy. No, it does not tip, and supports her perfectly when she pulls herself up to the push handle. We think the product is iperfect for her.
My son is the same age and I haven't had that problem
My daughter was 18lbs at the time we purchased this and it did fall over quite easily. However she was still learning to pull herself up and stand up straight at the time herself. Now that she is standing on her own (and steady) the toy doesn’t seem to fall over as easily, because she has control over it. That gross motor skills are developed enhanced with this toy. Hope this helps :)
It's quite sturdy! My 10 month old is 24 lbs and its perfect
No.My grandson is 20 pounds and he has never tipped it over and he can get rough with it.
Thank you for your inquiry. This product was designed for Children who already have the ability to stand and walk on their own. It is not designed for a children who must use the walker as support to pull themselves up. This walker is designed for children who no longer need assistance in standing up and have mastered the art of supporting themselves as they stand without the aid of secondary assistance.