Charlie Sky Rider is a ride-on vehicle designed to look like a funny airplane character. It helps develop motor skills with two play modes. For babies at 12 months, it can be used as a walker. Children hold the handle and walk behind Charlie Sky Rider as they push it forward. At 18 months and up, kids can use Charlie Sky Rider as a ride-on, holding onto the handle and using their feet to propel themselves forward. The toy features a turning propeller, a lever that goes up and down, a rotating compass with clicking sounds, and under-seat storage so kids can bring their toys with them as they ride.
Charlie Sky Rider is a fun way to encourage walking and help develop motor skills in babies and toddlers. This is a great toy for on-the-go children who are gaining their independence and are eager to explore the world around them. The multiple play features engage babies in tactile play as they ride or walk.
Charlie Sky Rider is for ages 12 months and up. It has a maximum weight limit of 44 pounds.
It took us five minutes to assemble this toy. The instructions were very easy to follow. However, it was a little difficult to snap the front handle into the ride-on. You'll need to use a lot of force to make sure the handle snaps in securely, otherwise it will come off during play.
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