Mini Kick Scooter Green

byMicro of Switzerland

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The mini kickboard is the quality scooter for young children. Its unique 'lean-and-steer' design allows children to direct the scooter by using their body weight to curve from side to side. Constructed with 3 wheels for greater stability and control, the polyurethane wheels also creates a wonderfully smooth glide and a quiet ride! The rear 'spoon' brake provides additional control for the rider. The mini kick is low-to-the-ground and large enough for two feet, making it easy for riders to hop on and off or to switch from pushing to simply enjoying the ride. Its light weight makes it easy for parents or kids to pick up and carry when necessary. For added convenience in transportation and storage, the aluminium steering column can be easily detached by way of a child-resistant safety catch on the underside of the scooter. The mini kickboard makes scooting fun for young children and helps them to develop their balance, coordination and motor skills. For ages 3-5. Weight capacity: 20 kg.

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Dimensions:9.06" H × 26.77" W × 21.65" LShipping weight:4.3 lbs.UPC:7640108561879

Appropriate for ages: 3 - 5

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! I bought two of these for both my daughters. I was surprised at how easy my oldest picked up on using the mini-kick. It practically glides and having the wider base for the feet makes it easier for her not losing her balance than the other scooters that are quite thin and only two wheels. She had tried a friends scooter in the park (two wheel thin base) and would fall off. She was hestitant to try the MiniKick at first, took some convincing but once she got on and started to glide then I could not get her off. She has had falls and on occassion did not want to ride it but that was more due to general user error. ie. going to slow and then hitting a small bump so she falls over from not paying attention.
Date published: 2013-11-15