5 in 1 Evolving SCOOTER/DANDY HORSE

Age of use : + 12 months

5 in 1 Evolving SCOOTER/DANDY HORSE

Age of use : + 12 months
Developmental, this 5 in 1 scooter can be used between the ages of 1 and 6.
Position 1, from 12 months and older, use with seat and pole for use
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Descriptif Produit
Developmental, this 5 in 1 scooter can be used between the ages of 1 and 6.
Position 1, from 12 months and older, use with seat and pole for use as a tricycle. Option to lock the wheel direction.
Position 2, remove the removable footrests.
Position 3, from 15 months onwards, use as a dandy horse.
Position 4, from 24 months onwards, remove the seat, use as a 'my first' scooter.
Position 5, from 3 years onwards, adjust the height of the bar to its highest point (from 62 to 77cm). When used as a scooter, the very low position of the platform offers great stability and improves the child's performance (less fatigue).
Technical data
Dimensions
L: 60 cm - W: 28 cm- Weight: 2.46 to 3.84 kg. Balance bike: Saddle H: 29 cm - H. of push handle: 82 to 97 cm. Scooter: Handlebar H: 62 to 77 cm.
Made from
COMPOSITE PLASTIC (platform), ALUMINIUM (Handlebars and T-bar) and POLYURETHANE (wheels).
Color
BLUE - LIGHT GREEN
Products
  • Push handle.
    Option to lock the wheel direction.
    Removable footrest.
    Ergonomic handles.
    Adjustable handlebar height (62 to 77 cm).
    2 x 121 mm front wheels and 1 x 80 mm rear wheel.
    Long looped rear brake for better braking while protecting the rear wheel from wear.
    User weight: max 20 kg in balance bike format and max 50 kg in scooter format.
  • Complies with toy standards: NF EN 71 1, 2 and 3
Info +
  • Wearing a protection kit is highly recommended.
Specialist's opinion
Perfect for assisting with those first steps, the thin, high seat on this balance bike helps the child move from one foot to the other while walking and keeps the pelvis in the correct position. On the scooter version, the 3 wheels encourage balance on one foot.

Emmanuelle Langlois, Psychomotor Therapist.

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