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peachy94 Sun 15-Oct-17 17:20:40

Thinking about getting 4 YO DS a scooter for Christmas in hopes he will move faster than a snail on the way to school looking at the micro scooters as everyone reccomends them, are they really worth it? Will the 3 wheel one be ok or should I go for a 2? He has a minions one that my mum got but he just can't get on with but I don't know if it's because it's 2 wheel or just crap quality. He can ride a balance bike pretty well

Bananamama1213 Sun 15-Oct-17 20:10:51

I seriously recommend this scooter! I had one for both of my children and it's fantastic.

It folds down SO easily.
The light up wheels are cool.

The turning takes some getting used to: you have to lean rather than turn the bars. But mine caught on quite quickly and I find it's the best scooter I've seen.

I also love that when I have to walk home from school with it, that I can put the handle as high as it can go and just pull it along like one of the hold-all things.. so it never whacks me! I even hang the shopping from the handles when I'm pulling it!

whathaveiforgottentoday Sun 15-Oct-17 20:13:41

3 wheel microscooters are excellent and well worth the extra money. They really last so you may even b able to pick one up 2nd hand.
My eldest has a 2 wheeled one at age 7.

whathaveiforgottentoday Sun 15-Oct-17 20:16:28

Used to pull my 3 yr old along on it by tying some ribbon on a the front. By 3 I rarely had to use the pram as could just pull her on her scooter when she got tired. (You need a ribbon on the front so you don't have to bend as they are just that bit too short to pull by the handle bars without bending.

ThomasRichard Sun 15-Oct-17 20:17:24

Yes the micro scooter is worth the money. My DC both have them and the quality is excellent. I’d start off with a mini micro.

user1491508013 Sun 15-Oct-17 20:18:59

Out of interest from what age would A 3 wheeled micro scooter be appropriate?

Lowdoorinthewal1 Sun 15-Oct-17 20:22:08

My tall DS could ride his mini micro confidently at 22 months.

Lowdoorinthewal1 Sun 15-Oct-17 20:22:51

Actually scratch that, he was 27 months.

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