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Fisher Price Go Baby Go: Stride to Ride Lion

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Fisher-PriceFisher Price Go Baby Go: Stride to Ride Lion
 
4.1

(based on 19 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

I wish the Fisher Price Stride to Ride Lion had better sound.

The appeal to this toy is that it helps little ones learn to walk and the turns into a ride-on toy. This is why we put it on our sons wishlist for christmas, however...Read complete review

The appeal to this toy is that it helps little ones learn to walk and the turns into a ride-on toy. This is why we put it on our sons wishlist for christmas, however now that we own one, I'm having second thoughts.

My son was about 7 months old at christmas, but he's a bit ahead of the curve when it comes to mobility and I wanted a toy that would indulge his urge to try and stand and walk because at the time all he could do was pull up and then fall when he let go to stand. I know the box recoomends the toy for 9 months and older, but he really loved it when he got it and actually uses it to walk around when the mood strikes him.

I love the look of toy and how it helps my sons development, but I hate the sounds the toy makes. The lions voice just unsettles me because it sounds like a creepy clown and it only says like three things so it can get annoying when played over and over. My son however loves the lion's voice, so much in fact that he will push the lion's nose like every 10 seconds just to hear it, so don't get this if you can't handle listening to the sound constantly! It also plays whenever the lion is lifted or tilted ... like sliding down hill or going down a small step or bump ... and only has two settings OFF and ON so you can't really adjust the volume.

On the other side, like most Fisher Price toys, its built well and can withstand much abuse. Its fairly easy to clean and it has such bold bright colors and great developmental value. I'd still reccomend it to buy, but only if you're not easily annoyed by repeating sounds and creepy clown sounding voices.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

This toy is just Lion in the storage room now.

The **Stride to Ride Lion** sounded like it would be a fun toy for my son. My son was getting close to the walking age so I started looking around for a...Read complete review

The **Stride to Ride Lion** sounded like it would be a fun toy for my son. My son was getting close to the walking age so I started looking around for a push and walk toy. I looked on many sites and found that the **Stride to Ride Lion** was one of the few push and walk toys that I actually liked so we bought it for our son for Christmas.

The toy was easy to assemble. It is a bit hard to change it from riding to standing and just as hard to change it from standing to riding again. Luckily our son was walking when he was 9 months so we never really needed to change it from riding to standing because he was more interested in riding it than actually standing and pushing it around.

The Lion plays music if you press the nose. That is one of the reasons why I picked it. My son liked to dance when he was 9 months so I thought that he would enjoy the music...he didn't. He liked to press the nose but he never danced to the music it played. He just enjoyed watching the nose light up.

My son is now 2 1/2 and no longer plays with the toy. Now it just sits inside our storage room collecting dust and who knows what.

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5.0

This Lion is remarkable....and cute

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from USA

Comments about Fisher-Price Fisher Price Go Baby Go: Stride to Ride Lion:

My little one loved riding and pushing this toy. She also got a kick out of pushing his nose and watching it light up and play music. I can honestly say, this ride-on is built to withstand a beating. We left it out in the rain one night and I did not expect it to work when we brought it back in. I was pleasantly surprise when it was working like a champ. Highly recommend this to anyone looking for a cute, fun and durable ride on for your little one.

 
5.0

Stride to Ride Lion is Awesome!

By 

from Selkirk, NY

Comments about Fisher-Price Fisher Price Go Baby Go: Stride to Ride Lion:

Fisher Price Go Baby Go Stride Ride Lion is must for any baby. This is the best push and ride on toy there is in my opinion. It is so easy to assemble. I loved the colors and the ease of use. My daughter recieved this for Christmas as an infant and she loved it. It is so cute! Has so many adorable features. She loved that the lion roars, nose lights up, and you can play with the small bead like toys on the side of the lion's face. She was able to use the stride setting to assist her with walking when she was just learning. She loved it! Then if she wanted to sit and just ride around the room she could. It is so easy to change the lion from one position to another. This lion is very durable it has lasted through two children so far. My son used it after my daughter and he loved this lion too. My 2 year old still rides on it sometimes. I know my third child will get lots of use out of this toy. It is definately worth the money.

 
5.0

Stride to Ride Lion was a great hit for my toddler!

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from Lagrange, GA

Comments about Fisher-Price Fisher Price Go Baby Go: Stride to Ride Lion:

The Fisher Price Go Baby Go: Stride to Ride Lion was a great purchase for my son's first birthday. As a beginning walker this toy was perfect for holding on to and beginning to take a few steps. While not hard to push, the wheels did not spin so easily that the walker moved too fast for him to keep up. Also, the toy is very versatile in that you can let the handle down to have a ride on toy. It is like two toys in one! We have enjoyed this toy for over one year and it still gets played with frequently. Pushing the lion's nose for music and a roar is an added treat and surprise and never ceases to delight! For the value, this toy has been a great addition and is still fun to play with.

 
5.0

amazing Lion walker

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from Albany, CA

Comments about Fisher-Price Fisher Price Go Baby Go: Stride to Ride Lion:

Oh, my daugher loves it sooo much. It's just so amazing and stunning.

First of all, she loves to play with the lion and she amazingly learned how to touch the lion's nose so that it made some funny sounds. And she smiles a lot when she touches his nose. She even tries to talk with the lion.

Secondly, the walker is quite good. She can use the walker to move around our apartment and I think it's really good for her to start learning walking. And since she loves the lion, she feels really comfortable when moving with him.

Moreover, we can also put the lion's tail down and convert the walker to a ride-on car. And she also love to ride on the lions and touch his nose. It's quite funny that she loves to move backwards instead of forwards. I just don't understand why.

Anyway, I strongly recommend this product. So far I think it's the best walker for your babies to learn how to walk and it also can be used as the ride-on car. I love the multi-purposed products.

 
4.0

My daughter has a love/hate relationship for this Lion!

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from Wadsworth, OH

Comments about Fisher-Price Fisher Price Go Baby Go: Stride to Ride Lion:

My parents bought my daughter who is now ten months old this Fisher Price Stride to Ride Lion and she has a love/hate relationship with it! At first when she got it she seemed a little bit scared of it, now she loves to have me sit her on it & she dances up and down to the music it plays while she presses his nose to hear him growl & make the same noises over and over again. I love watching how happy she is on it and her dancing. However, there are times when she will be sitting on it & she gets mad at it when she tries to grab the felt lion mane fur and it doesn't come off to her liking! She has also got frustrated when she tries to play with it as a toy on the floor & when she goes to grab at it and it rolls away from her. It's pretty comical to watch her go from happy and excited with this toy to mad one minute later.

My daughter isn't walking yet, but I have tried to get her to stand and push it and she wants nothing to do with that part yet, she only likes to sit on it and play with it on the floor. Overall I think it's a cute toy for my daughter.

 
5.0

My boys have loved this lion!

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from Benton, AR

Comments about Fisher-Price Fisher Price Go Baby Go: Stride to Ride Lion:

My oldest son received this when he was nine months old.  He was no where ready to walk but we'd have fun helping him push this around the house.  As he became more brave he'd love to push his lion around by himself and eventually, of course, just went to walking.  Over two years later and he, his little brother (eleven months) and play group friends enjoy riding it as a riding toy.  There are several toys like this on the market and I don't think that they are all that different from each other but we've never had problems with this one.  The batteries lasted well over a year initially and it still holds interest. It's a little small for my almost three year old to ride around on but I don't think it was intended for his age so this isn't surprising.  It is low enough to the ground that walking/standing/climbing ten month olds can hop up on it with ease.  I would say it has served it's purpose and has gotten the use intended for it.  I would recommend this to a friend!

 
4.0

Great toy, mildly annoying

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from Yadkinville, NC

Comments about Fisher-Price Fisher Price Go Baby Go: Stride to Ride Lion:

Does the battery fairy visit your house ever so often?  Well if you buy the FIsher Price Stride to Ride lion, she very well make an appearance and "steal" all the batteries out of this toy.  My daughter loves it; just like a lot of kid's toys, the annoying music and talking are half the fun.  One roar and it's endearing as a sweet little children's toy, 5,275 roars later and you're ready to cut your ears off to get away from the noise!  No, really, this seriously is a very nice toy for little ones learning to walk.  The only problem that I had was trying to unload the thing when my daughter outgrew it.  It doesn't cost much to begin with, so reselling is out and I even tried to GIVE this thing away to no avail.  Evidently they're everywhere and everyone is prepared to endure the noise so I guess that they already buy one for themselves.  The best I could do was a secondary toy for grandma's house but even now, mr. lion still haunts our household.  I guess we'd better get used to the the roar. 

 
4.0

Fun Riding & Push Toy

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from York, PA

Comments about Fisher-Price Fisher Price Go Baby Go: Stride to Ride Lion:

We bought this for our son as it looks super cute and I love the little lion mane! He truly enjoys this toy. He likes to push it (with the seat down) more than ride on it. His favorite thing when he was little was to try and eat the lions mane. We have since passed this toy onto our daughter who enjoys pushing it around as well. Overall it makes cute lion noises and serves it's purpose but no real extras here. I do not like how difficult the toy is to raise the seat in order to push it. My son is 3 1/2 now and he can not do it wihtout needing my or my husband's help. Also it never seems to stay upright when you put the seat up as it slips back down. This I do not like as it has pinched my son many times when he was trying to put the seat up. I am not sure why they did not make a snap fature or something to keep the seat up as the little indent where it's supposed to be held up does not work very well. I like the lion animal itself and think it's cute as a push toy but wish it stayed up long enough for my kids to push it around. I do like that the seat is narrow so that my kids short legs can actually reach the ground to ride it by themselves as so many toys have the wide seat now and my kids feet can barely touch the ground if at at all. I think that for the money we have got our use out of it but I would not buy this as a gift for anyone or really recommend it as a good toyto keep little ones entertained.

 
3.0

This toy is just Lion in the storage room now.

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from Madison, WI

Comments about Fisher-Price Fisher Price Go Baby Go: Stride to Ride Lion:

The **Stride to Ride Lion** sounded like it would be a fun toy for my son. My son was getting close to the walking age so I started looking around for a push and walk toy. I looked on many sites and found that the **Stride to Ride Lion** was one of the few push and walk toys that I actually liked so we bought it for our son for Christmas.

The toy was easy to assemble. It is a bit hard to change it from riding to standing and just as hard to change it from standing to riding again. Luckily our son was walking when he was 9 months so we never really needed to change it from riding to standing because he was more interested in riding it than actually standing and pushing it around.

The Lion plays music if you press the nose. That is one of the reasons why I picked it. My son liked to dance when he was 9 months so I thought that he would enjoy the music...he didn't. He liked to press the nose but he never danced to the music it played. He just enjoyed watching the nose light up.

My son is now 2 1/2 and no longer plays with the toy. Now it just sits inside our storage room collecting dust and who knows what.

 
3.0

Not a excellent walker

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from Jacksonville, FL

Comments about Fisher-Price Fisher Price Go Baby Go: Stride to Ride Lion:

I bought this Ride Lion for my little baby when he was six months old. I know he is too young to play with it. However, he loves the music very much. A few days later, he learns to press the nose of the lion to play the music. Every time, he laughed aloud when he heard the song. the walker is bright colorful, adorable and very cute. However, so far my baby doesn't like the walker function. He is eleven months old now and is learning to walk. Besides the songs, my son loves to flip it over and spin the wheels. Everytime, I help him to hold on the toy and try to walk but the lion moved way to fast for him. Maybe after a few months later, he would be able to follow up it and enjoy this toy better. So far, my baby haven't try the Ride function so I don't have any comments about that. Overall, the Ride Lion is very sturdy and educational but it is too light for walker use and it would be a very nice toy if the lion can be a little bit cheaper.

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