Little Red Fire Engine

byRadio Flyer

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Your child can race to the rescue with Radio Flyer's Classic Steel and Wood Fire Engine Ride-On with Push Bar. This award-winning, classic red ride-on offers two ways to ride: young riders can push with their feet, or adults can use the removable handle to safely guide their children. Weight capacity: 50 lbs. For ages 1- 4.

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Dimensions:10" H × 11" W × 26" LShipping weight:18 lbs.UPC:042385902906

Appropriate for ages: 1 - 4

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Issues Honestly, not happy. Handle would not fit on properly, the little nub to hold it in place is retracted. Also really poor turning radius. Almost possible to enjoy. It looks nice, but not functional or fun for the kids.
Date published: 2015-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super ride on..great the long handle for parent guiding. We purchased this for our Great Grandson's First Birthday. It was shipped in lots of time for the party in Toronto..and a great hit ! Unfortunately there were parts missing from the steering wheel, so I hope this has been cleared up. Perhaps you could assure us. I shop on line from Chapters frequently, and have always been given the best of service. Thank you !
Date published: 2015-02-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Super fun 1st Birthday Present We bought this ride along fire engine as a first birthday present for our son. He is constantly moving it around the house. It is super durable and well made which is what I was expecting from Radio Flyer. There was minimal work to be done to get it from how it was shipped to workable and ready to use. It says it is for ages 1-4 and I agree. Right now it is safe to have him roll it around the house but when next spring comes it will be the perfect outdoor toy, especially because he will be capable of maneuvering it more by then. Indigo shipped this with plenty of time to spare.
Date published: 2014-09-29