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Tidlo Scooter Balance Bike (Red)
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- Retro looking red scooter
- Easy grip handlebars
- Pneumatic tyres
- Height adjustable seat
- Bright and colourful
Warning: Protective equipment should be worn. Not to be used in traffic.
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A fantastic, funky, red scooter balance bike. John Crane's own label toys have now evolved into Tidlo - Timeless toys. Tidlo features the very best of the 'Branching Out' range of toys - in terms of excellent value and high quality. These toys are bright and colourful, promoting fun play and developing imagination and physical skills. This scooter is a great way to promote that all-important sense of balance. The wooden scooter comes in a brilliant red colour, with a painted seat, handlebars and wheels; the frame is also adorned with a funky retro design. The scooter has pneumatic tyres, a height-adjustable seat and easy grip handlebars. A perfect gift for any little boy or girl - it's great.
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Top Customer Reviews
Would highly recommend
My three year old is just about to outgrow his scooter as he is very tall for his age. He still loves it and will be sad to outgrow it I think. He is getting a pedal cycle for Christmas and due to the practice he has had balancing on his Tidlo we don't think he will need stabilisers. In fact we think that stabilisers would be a backward step. This is an outstanding product that has been thoroughly two-year old boyed! It has taken it all in its stride.Even more highly recommended by my Danny, me, and his mum.
Our 2 year old loves his scooter and it seems to work in terms of learning balance. He'll soon be on his own Lambretta :) It is also beautifully made and very solidly constructed. Highly recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for my son's third birthday; it was his favourite present! He uses it almost every day and has developed great balancing skills.Published 22 months ago by Arwhyn
Easy to put together, but read through instruction first. My child loves it and is rather rough with it. This bike can stand up to a 3 yr old and 11 yr crash testing it.Published on 18 Jan. 2014 by fiona fisher
We got one of these for our 2 year old twins for Christmas and very diasapointing as no handlebar or instructions included so we sent it back and re-ordered another which took a... Read morePublished on 7 Jan. 2013 by cmox