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what scooter does your 6 year old girl have?

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lulubooboo Tue 09-Nov-10 13:13:45

I have established that the micro scooters are good for youngsters!
But which scooter for a 6 year old girl? My daughter likes the razor spark but is it too old for her?

fruitcorner Tue 09-Nov-10 23:10:42

my daughter had a two wheeler metal scooter from the microscooter website for her 4th christmas- the micro light- and she still uses it, does that help?

timetomove Tue 09-Nov-10 23:18:22

DD (nearly 6) has the 3 wheeled micro scooter with t-bar (rather than joystick). It looks like a bigger version of the mini micro ( but comes in purple and black). It is expensive, but is height adjustable (unlike the mini) and feels very solid and well made so should last for ages. I would def recommend it if you do not have budgetary constraints!

Wirlies Fri 12-Nov-10 19:07:36

My 6 year old has a silver/pink 2 wheeled scooter that cost a tenner - absolutely no complaints. Its getting a bit rusty (almost 2.5 years down the line!) but when it dies we'll just buy another one for a tenner.
(4yr DS has a microlite one - just saw your other thread - totally think its been worth every penny (had it since he was three) - but my older child seems fine with a cheapy one)

fionaos68 Tue 16-Nov-10 10:35:49

I would agree with timetomove. Our two have had the mini micro scooters which they both loved and the eldest moved to the maxi micro scooter with t-bar a couple of years ago and it will definately last her for years as it is completely height adsjustable. She loves it. I find them incredibly sturdy and very well made and personally prefer them to metal scooters. I bought all of them directly from the website

BooBooGlass Tue 16-Nov-10 10:38:48

My dd has the Maxi Micro and it's been worth every one of Nanny's generous pennies wink
I like it because it comes apart easily enough to chuck in the basket of ds's Maclaren and take home after the school run. That's the only downside really, wiht such an expensive scooter I don't let her keep it at school in the 'scooter park' as I am too paranoid it will go walkabout

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