Kick scooters are quite the fashion accessories for children. They find scooters to be fashionable and a fun reason to go outside and play. Not only that, but they work as a great means for your child’s exercise. So why should toddlers be left out of the fun? So, we bring you this Mini2go Scooter review so that we can give you a better idea whether you should buy one or not.
In this Micro mini 2 go review, you will see that this scooter’s design is an iconic award-winning design. It is well designed for toddlers 18 months and over. It grows with your toddler. That is it has an adjustable handlebar, allowing your toddler to be able to enjoy it even after he/she grows up to be 5 years old. But there is more in this Mini2go scooter review.
Moreover, this toddlers’ scooter also comes with a helmet you can decide to buy for your child’s safety. The helmet comes in two sizes of the small, depending on your child’s head size.
The best kick scooters should have features that children will enjoy to use. They want something that will be considered as ‘cool.’ Our Mini2go scooter review will try to show you why your child might feel the same when you use this scooter.
To describe this scooter, it is important to point out that it is a scooter for toddlers between ages 18 months to 5 years. The most noticeable feature of this scooter is its toy storage unit, which doubles up as a seat. It also has the extra balance of a three-wheeled vehicle, making it safer for your toddler to ride. Keep in mind that the seat and toy storage unit is removable.
To continue with the point of the seat and toy compartment being removable, the handlebar is also adjustable. That means as your child grows up, so will his/her scooter. You can simply remove the seat and the top section and pull up the handlebars to make it more suitable for older children up to the age of 5 years.
There are several more specialties of this scooter which you will find out as you continue to read our Micro mini2go review.
The scooter can be turned from a sitting scooter to a stand-up scooter with ease. The toy compartment and seat are simple to remove or attach. This feature is useful for its older users, as they prefer the stand-up version of this as they grow older.
3-wheel scooters are made for learning riders and young before they progress to a 2-wheel scooter. 2 wheels on the front mean the scooter requires a larger turning radius than a traditional 2-wheel scooter.Larger wheels in the front offer greater stability, especially when rolling over sidewalk cracks or rougher surfaces. This scooter is nice and quiet, music to parent’s ears!
When using the seat, the weight limit is 30-pounds. The weight limit becomes 75 pounds when the seat is removed. So, provided your child is less than 75 pounds and is using the scooter in stand-up mode, your child should be able to use it easily and without any problem for the scooter.
The scooter has an award-winning engineering with its removable seat and toy compartment for future use. A concept that can be best described as ‘The scooter grows up with your child.’ Designed by Swiss designers, it is also a pleasing sight for the eyes, and it is very silent. Coming in bright colors of mint, blue, red and pink, it will be more attractive to little children.
As seen in this Mini2go Scooter review, the scooter has minor negative points. It is safe for your toddler’s use. Best for 1. Toddlers and 2. Children that have never used a 2-wheeled scooter and need to learn how to ride it at the age of 5 and under.
What we are trying to say in this Micro mini 2 go review is that this scooter might be right for your child to give him/her a reason to go outside and play instead of being stuck behind a screen all day.
Mohamed M. Johanse
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