Best kids’ ride
This is the only ride-on toy we tested that requires batteries, which places it in a different league as it puts on an all-singing, all-dancing performance.
Starting its life as a stationary toy, babies can explore the whopping nine melodies, three colourful light options and 30 sound effects, but parents will be pleased to hear it comes with two volume levels. It smartly graduates to a handy walker, simply lift the seat up and lock it in for those starting to find their feet. As a ride-on toy you’re able to adjust the wheels from a slower speed to a faster one for older kids (suitable up to three years), however there's no steering ability making it somewhat limited for cruising. Both of our testers were taken by the fun integrated ball popping activity; it comes complete with five colourful balls to pop-and-scoop while riding along, which can be stored under the seat.Best: Age: Materials: £65.98