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Best place/price for Maxi Micro Scooter

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mabelbabel Wed 26-Nov-14 10:36:21

DD (5) would like a new scooter for Christmas, but has specified that she'd prefer a bigger version of her mini micro, than a two-wheeled scooter. Is there any way to get a discount on the standard price? Or any good quality alternative to the Micro Scooter brand? I think when I got DD1's bigger scooter (a Micro Sprite) we didn't find any way to get it cheaper than RRP. But £100 is really more than I was planning on spending.

NotCitrus Wed 26-Nov-14 10:48:47

If you aren't fussed about colour, there were some refurbished ones on EBay for 80 odd, but was nearer 100 once delivery from Essex was included.
Otherwise no - I bit the bullet and paid £109 from John Lewis so I get 2% cash back. will include some accessories but aren't actually cheaper.

mabelbabel Wed 26-Nov-14 11:20:13

I've just shot myself in the foot by looking at colours and falling for the purple one. From a quick look round buying from JoJo Maman Bebe with a discount code seems to be the cheapest option I've found. But maybe I'll just have to bite the bullet, unless anyone has any other suggestions??

HahaHarrie Wed 26-Nov-14 16:56:03

Bad news OP Jojo discount codes exclude microscooters. I'm watching this thread with interest though as I'm hoping for a few quid off too.

Vagndidit Wed 26-Nov-14 17:12:01

I'm pretty sure I managed to use a discount code at JoJo Maman to buy DS's Maxi Micro last Jan for his birthday. It was a sale on a very specific colour, got it for under £90.

Keep checking HotUKDeals for codes.

jThompson Thu 27-Nov-14 09:29:44

DS has an iscoot brand on which is a similar design. Not convinced the quality is as good as the micro and its maybe a bit heavier but it does the job OK.

Sadly he's had a number of comments from kids at school about still using a "baby" scooter. I've seen a lot more of the maxi micro ones around recently so I'm hoping that will stop.

ChristmasJumperWearer Thu 27-Nov-14 09:34:04

I didn't find any discount codes, I'm afraid. Ended up paying full whack BUT they are excellent quality, should last, and if any parts break you can replace them easily without buying a whole new scooter.

Friends have tried other brands and mostly not had good experiences, so I bit the bullet and went for the Maxi itself. No regrets as yet.

mabelbabel Thu 27-Nov-14 10:54:51

Mmm, the iScoot might be worth considering, thanks. There are quite a lot of maxi micro's at the school, so I don't think she'll have a problem with that. I was surprised though, because her big sister has the Sprite which looks more "grown up" so I thought she might go for that instead.

pootlebug Thu 27-Nov-14 17:12:41

I got one from . Priced in Euros - works out at about £78 plus shipping (unless you need two, in which case shipping is free). They have an extra 10% off on at the moment too.

It came from France (I think?) in 3 days.

mabelbabel Thu 27-Nov-14 20:27:52

Thanks : ozflip might be work.

mabelbabel Thu 27-Nov-14 20:28:21

"might work" I mean.

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