Are mini-micro scooters worth the £££ ;?

(9 Posts)
FloraFinching Thu 22-Aug-13 21:02:02

great - thanks all. our school run is a mile, so it should be quite handy once she's mastered it.
dd1's just learnt how to ride a bike without stabilisers, so it will be good to have them both whizzing around the park together.

Yep!

tryasimight Thu 22-Aug-13 20:12:34

Yes they are. If it's in regular use (e.g. school runs) and she gets tired it's worth getting the scooter strap too.

ASmidgeofMidge Thu 22-Aug-13 20:12:10

Agree with pp. We got ours for dd 2 years ago - still being used/going strong

mamaduckbone Thu 22-Aug-13 20:01:36

Yes 100%...the single best and most well used item we ever bought. You won't regret it!

Definitely worth the money. We got one for DS for his third birthday after he'd played with one at a friends house (which was incidentally on it's third owner). That was 4 years ago and his little sister has inherited it. Bit battered but still going strong.

Amiee Thu 22-Aug-13 19:52:14

I got a very similar one from costco for 23 quid. So far so great! It's a one where you lean as well.

LEMisdisappointed Thu 22-Aug-13 19:47:43

The mini is the scooter with no seat isn't it? If so, they are worth every penny! DD had one and it lasted her a good three-four years before it finally gave up the ghost from being used to go to school EVERY day and played with every day. They are brilliant. She has a micro-scooter now and loves it still - she is 8.

The mini-micros are lightweight, safe and easy to ride. It will take her a while to get used to the steering if she already has a scooter as it is slightly different, you sort of lean around the corners but once she gets that she'll be flying.

Yes they are bloody expensive but worth the money imo.

FloraFinching Thu 22-Aug-13 19:40:38

dd2 will be 3 in a couple of months, and is in need of a scooter. MIL bought DD1 an awful, unwieldy Hello Kitty one, which is in no fit state to hand down. I'd like to get dd2 something decent, so wondered if the mini micros are worth the extra?

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