Key features

  • Action packed 4 in 1 activity playcentre
  • Suitable from 6 months
  • Choice of walker or static rocker function
  • Features push along handle to aid baby’s first steps
  • Includes detachable whale toy for extra fun
  • Musical and interactive functions
  • 3 position height adjustable
  • Stop n go base for extra safety

Baby Go Round Playcentre – Under The Sea

PRICE : £60.00

The Baby Go Round Twist is a colourful 2 in 1 walker that is suitable from 6 months.

Product Description

The Baby Go Round Playcentre is Red Kite Baby’s exclusive walker that has been thoughtfully designed to help baby towards their all important first steps. Bright, colourful and cheery, this product is sure to brighten up existing interiors and engage little one’s.


The brilliant electronic play tray is jam packed with activities to entertain and stimulate your baby with a variety of fun toys and musical functions. The play tray can be removed if desired, to allow baby to play with their own toys.


Setting the Playcentre apart from the others in the range is the ability to choose between a static or rocking base. As you would expect from Red Kite, changing between the two options is easy and simple with an intuitive sliding mechanism located at the bottom of the walker.


With a 360 degree rotating seat fun can be had from all angles!


The Playcentre is height adjustable as standard, meaning that little ones can grow alongside the walker and with the stop n go base for extra safety,



Suitable from: 6 months

Product weight: 4.8 Kg

Assembled dimensions: Hx65cm Wx74cm Dx51cm

Folded dimensions: Hx65cm Wx74cm Dx26cm

All products supplied by the Red Kite Baby Company have been thoroughly tested, approved and fully meet British and European standards.


Intended only for children who can sit unaided, approximatley 6 months of age. Not intended for children who can walk by themselves or weigh more than 12KG.




  • Removable electronic tray


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