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Well made but..,
This review is from: Pintoy Wooden Trike (Baby Product)
Bought this for my 18mth old daughter.. she loves it.. and I enjoyed putting it together for her, building it is straight forward untill U get to the final screw that cannot be done all the way using a manual screw driver ( believe me I tried), so an electric screw driver is essential.. it needs about six hours for the glue to dry. on the negative side the trike is quite low, but is still suitable for a toddler of 85cm hight.. and it has a very big turning circle but on the positive side that means its not easy to turn over. so all in all very happy with the quality, but might have looked somewhere else if I wanted something with more entertainment value.
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Initial post: 13 Jul 2012, 17:29:54 BST
R. MORTON-JACK says:
THis person didn't ( I assume) realise that no screwdriver is needed!! An allen key is supplied and the awkward place ( was it under the seat she said?) is not at all awkward if you insert the allen key the other way in so that the tall end stands up. It's then easy to rotate and clears the seat as it turns. I constructed mine in about 20 mins. going slowly and following the instructions. Someone handy could have been quicker and if I buy another it will take 5 mins max. Very sturdy and attractive toy.
In reply to an earlier post on 13 Jul 2012, 19:06:09 BST
H. Satti says:
Well... The design might have changed but when we bought this 2.5yrs ago the steering handles attached with a Philips screw ( I do know the difference between a screwdriver an an Allen key).. So I am guessing the change to Allen keys throughout might be a result of similar comments to mine.
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