The classic Inchworm® springs back into action to entertain a new generation of children! Encourage active play through bounce-and-go motion.
|Ages:||For ages 2 - 5 Years|
|Body:||34" L x 14.75" W x 15.5" H|
|Seat to Floor:||13"|
|Wheels:||6" x 1"|
|Weight Capacity:||50 lbs.|
|Carton Dimensions:||14.50" L x 6.75" W x 30.88" H|
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I just got this for my 21 month old she loves to roll forward on it and after her 4yr old sister gets home she will indeed love making it inch around!! ;-);-) very cute toy and I personally like it doesnt go backwards it helps younger child to learn to push forward!!! Thx (Posted on 8/24/2015)
Bought as birthday present for our 2 year old granddaughter. She LOVED it!! She is tall for her age and had no problem at all making it go! Her 5 year old sister also enjoyed it! Very fun!! (Posted on 7/30/2015)
my kids loved it (Posted on 4/29/2015)
we bought our radio flyer inchworm for our twins 2nd birthday. Their feet don't touch the floor, they can barely get on it and of course it does nothing when they are on it. Our 3 year old can get on it but it still moves VERY little and she can't get it to move. My 138 pound mom is the only one who can sufficiently get it to move
*************************Radio Flyer Customer Service***************************
Hi Ashley, Thank you for your review and we apologize for the experience you are having with your Inchworm. From how you have described the item, it is not working as we would expect. Please contact our Customer Service team at 800.621.7613 and we will get your toy up and running again! (Posted on 4/26/2015)
In response to Ashley...
There's a reason the inchworm won't roll backwards... the wheels "lock" when pushed backwards which prevents the toy from rolling backwards when downward pressure is exerted and thus forces the front of the toy to move forwards. Then, when the child lifts upwards, the front wheels "lock" and don't move backwards allowing the back wheels to roll forwards, catching up with the front wheels. Otherwise, a child would just sit in place going up and down with no forward movement. When your son is older (a little heavier and stronger), it will work much better. (Posted on 4/25/2015)
My granddaughters love this rideon toy. And makes for nice photo ops.
(Posted on 10/25/2014)
I agree with Ashley. I got this for my 22 month old grandson...I expected that it would take some time for him to get the hang of it but even when my 4 year old gets on it she has a hard time getting it to go anywhere...very stiff motion...hard to maneuver :( (Posted on 8/21/2014)
I bought this toy in hopes of it being something unique and extremely fun. I was awfully disappointed, as was my son. He will hop on it from time to time and hops off after a minute.
It will not roll backwards - the wheels lock immediately.
You have to forcibly sit down on it (which I imagine being a little hard on the bum) to move a couple inches.
It does not turn(which is quite obvious, looking at the pictures), which is frustrating for kids.
I suggest passing on the inchworm in lieu of radio flyers tried and true classics like the trikes.
http://ashinthepark.blogspot.ca/2014/07/toddler-toys-bad.html (Posted on 7/15/2014)
One of my favorite toys as a kid. When I was a kid it got a serious work out!! now that I'm a grandma I have to clean out the storage unit !! (Posted on 5/3/2014)
My son got this as a present and loves it. (Posted on 9/5/2013)
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