2022 Baby Independent Innovation  Award Winner

2022 Baby Independent Innovation Award Winner

2022 Baby Independent Innovation Award Winner

Volo, IL  - Award-winning tummy time toy the Crawligator has been named  Learning Toy Product of the Year.  The Baby Independent Innovation Awards highlights the most innovative companies and products in the highly competitive baby care industry. With over 1,700 nominations this year coming in from all over the world, the competition was extremely fierce. 

“I am so excited to have the Crawligator win this award” said Kohler, CEO & Founder, Kiddy Crawler. 

“Winning a Baby Innovation award further supports and recognizes the hard work and dedication, while helping us establish our  position as the world leader in  infant mobility.”

A popular toy for infants in the 1960’s, the Crawligator had disappeared from store shelves. After becoming a grandmother and understanding the growing importance of baby tummy time, Kohler brought the Crawligator back to the market with new features that meet today’s Consumer Product Safety Commission standards. 

 Designed to move just above the surface of a smooth level floor on ball caster wheels, the modern Crawligator's contoured surface better fits the curvature of the baby’s body, allowing the child to rest comfortably on their stomach and naturally learn to crawl. Its new features include a single, directional, gripping rear wheel to prevent uncontrolled movement, and four gripping safety pads.

The Crawligator, which is made in the United States, retails for $73.49 and is available for sale on www.Crawligator.com as well as on Amazon.com.

About the Crawligator®

Originally introduced in the 1960s, the Crawligator is the only device that helps infants develop and safely explore the world by promoting natural crawling movement. In 2017, it was redesigned to meet today’s CPSC standards and brought back to the market after a 40-year period of extinction by proven entrepreneur Stacey Kohler. Today’s Crawligator boosts infants’ “tummy time” and aids in development. For more information, visit www.Crawligator.com