858 Elite LED Light Up Scooter Black

858 Elite LED Light Up Scooter Black


3 Wheel Kids Scooter Height Adjustable Foldable Lean to Steer Kick Scooter With Flashing PU Wheels for Boys Girls


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Features

  • Support 60kgs max Weight&Quick Storage and Transportation-With soft rubber handlebar ,high- strength aluminum alloy pipe,maximum load-bearing board,the scooter can support 60kgs max weight.Easy folding in a second and no assemble needed,it's perfect for quick storage and transportation.
  • Height Adjustable&Anti-slip-Height can be adjusted from 24.7 inch to 35.3 inch,which makes it fit for the growing of your kid.Zebra stripe extra-wide deck design makes it more anti-slip and safer to play.
  • Smoother Ride in Different Pavement-With flashing 120mm PU wheels,it's wear-resistant,anti-slip and contributes to smooth noiseless gliding.The big and stable wheels can adapt to various pavement such as the pebbles,the grass,the asphalt,the concrete,wooden floor and on the carpet.
  • Easy Lean to Steer&Outdoor play-When you apply pressure in one direction,the wheels will turn that way.Really safe to steer around corners.Riding a scooter makes it better for kids to spend more time outside and exercise and to master steering and riding and staying balanced.It can also be served as a stroller on longer trips.
  • Warranty-We offer 1-Year Waranty and excellant customer service,which makes your purchase absolutely risk-free and you can enjoy its quality and durability.

Reviews

  1. My son is 9 years old and on the autism spectrum. Finding a scooter with three wheels that would work for his height wasn’t easy but this is absolutely ideal, in fact it was better than we had anticipated. Very sturdy, light up wheels which he loves, and good height extension that will last him a few years. Delighted with this purchase and can’t recommend highly enough for anyone in a similar position. 
  2. After trawling through the numerous scooters available on Amazon, checking out Argos, Tesco etc I stumbled across this one by mistake. Immediately the fact it could be folded up and it had a pretty good weight limit and sturdy handlebars drew me to this item.

    I wasn't disappointed, the box it came in was huge considering the scooter itself is well packaged in its own box, It came in 2 pieces and had 2 Allen keys with it. Anyone could put this together, it just slotted in and required a small amount of tightening on the bottom lock and we were away.

    I've seen issues in some reviews around the wheels lighting up, they are not as bright as I expected but to be honest its really irrelevant, the kids aren't going to be looking at them while they are going around on them. My 4 year old loves it, and the tilt steering works fine, his previous scooter had a tighter turning circle on it, but then it was also alot lighter and designed for smaller kids.

    Overall for the cost, the construction is very good, it is sturdy and that was the main thing I was looking for. If any glaring issues arise over the next few weeks while he is breaking it in, I come back and update.
  3. After a week of using this scooter the handle bar adjustment clip had snapped so wasn't useable but it was ok I set it so that it was at a level where it went in a hole so that was keeping it up

    But two months later my 5 year old was scootering and the handle shot down and he went over the bar.. I pick it up and a small bit of metal was hanging out where one of the holes was and the handlebar came out the pole.... Thank God my son was okay other than some scratched hands

    He is 5 and we only use the scooter to go to school and back so it's not like he is bashing it around

    Very upset that I had to carry a scooter in bits with a two year old on the way back from school on a 40 min trip back home and I have a very upset 5 year old too
     

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