CLASSIC CUSTOM TRIMOTO TRIBIKE NEW rrp £130 £35.99 plus £9.99 postage @ Argos Clearance (ebay) - HotUKDeals
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Looks a good deal to me can see it was posted when it was in Argos for half price but can't be bad for £45.98 delivered.Ideal to put away for christmas.

This 3 wheeler comes with a 6 volt rechargeable battery, charger, 6 volt motor and thermal fuse for added safety. It has a foot pedal accelerator and automatic brake, chunky wheels, working headlight, imitation indicators and rear view mirrors.

Features:
Speed 4/5Km/h.
Weight of product 8.5kgs.
Battery operated.
Motor run time upto 2 hours.
Recharge time determined by use.
Requires 1 x 6v battery (included).
Warnings and instructions included in box.
Weight restrictions 30kgs.
Size (H)92, (W)52, (D)68cm.
Size to seat (H)38cm.
Product materials plastic and metal.
For ages 3 years and over.
Some assembly required, wheels and handlebars.
Home delivery only
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#1
Good price!

Just be aware that this is only a 6v battery so they are generally very slow.
They say for 3yrs+ BUT my son had a little 6v Quad Bike last year at 2yrs old, and he ended up pushing it along with his feet as it was faster - so this year we upgraded to a 12v Quad which is MUCH better.

Voting Hot for a good price.
#2
Haylhoo
Good price!Just be aware that this is only a 6v battery so they are generally very slow.They say for 3yrs+ BUT my son had a little 6v Quad Bike last year at 2yrs old, and he ended up pushing it along with his feet as it was faster - so this year we upgraded to a 12v Quad which is MUCH better.Voting Hot for a good price.

2 years old!....another stupid parent
#3
Pmsl you know nothing!

If you actually BOTHERED to read my comment properly, you'll see I was saying about how SLOW they go.
Nothing stupid about me buddy, but as for some of the people commenting on this forum.........

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Haylhoo
Good price!Just be aware that this is only a 6v battery so they are generally very slow.They say for 3yrs+ BUT my son had a little 6v Quad Bike last year at 2yrs old, and he ended up pushing it along with his feet as it was faster - so this year we upgraded to a 12v Quad which is MUCH better.Voting Hot for a good price.


2 years old!....another stupid parent


Edited By: Haylhoo on Aug 19, 2010 12:31: Stupid comment!
#4
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Haylhoo
Good price!Just be aware that this is only a 6v battery so they are generally very slow.They say for 3yrs+ BUT my son had a little 6v Quad Bike last year at 2yrs old, and he ended up pushing it along with his feet as it was faster - so this year we upgraded to a 12v Quad which is MUCH better.Voting Hot for a good price.


2 years old!....another stupid parent


Why is he stupid?

We had a hand-me-down ride on police bike for my daughter from my nephew as it was struggling to carry his weight (now 6). She was two at the time and from the first go she's been fantastic on it. She's fallen off a couple of times but she just gets back on. It's a 6 volt one and I had to replace the battery when we got it but it's plenty fast enough - if anything I'd prefer it a little slower. Obviously it slows down when using it on grass and any hills cause it to struggle a little. If I sit on it at 14 stone it will move me across the room on a flat surface (very slowly though!)

So it probably varies from toy to toy, on how good a 6v will be, but I don't see anything wrong with a 2 year old using it
#5
What a waste of time, in my day this sort of thing had pedals so you had to actually use your legs. No wonder kids are obese these days if even simple pleasures of riding a bike are replaced with sit back and be driven mentality.

Give it some thought before you go and waste money buying something like this.
#6
Can anyone recommend a decent 12V vehicle pls?
#7
This maybe ?

http://www.factoryoutletscooters.co.uk/nhc-zen.php

May as well get one now it will last a lifetime then, instead of having to upgrade later.
#8
Here's a concept for you - my son has one of these AND a pedal bicycle. Guess which one he used more on a day to day basis? Shock horror, the BIKE!!

The Quad was bought as a gift for him to have FUN - did you have that in 'your day'? Get with the times and don't judge people for what they decide (or not) to buy their kids. Perhaps if these were available and affordable in 'your day' you'd have had one too, ever think of that? Of course you'd say you'd never have used such a thing.....
Just because people own battery powered toys doesn't make them lazy or obese. It's just all part of the fun and a hobby (my son adores motorbikes, quads etc exactly like his dad - is it wrong to have a passion?)

I like kids to be kids, to have fun and do lots of outdoor activities. Whatever makes them happy! :D



Going_Digital
What a waste of time, in my day this sort of thing had pedals so you had to actually use your legs. No wonder kids are obese these days if even simple pleasures of riding a bike are replaced with sit back and be driven mentality.

Give it some thought before you go and waste money buying something like this.


Edited By: Haylhoo on Aug 19, 2010 13:13: edit
#9
Darthchaffinch
Can anyone recommend a decent 12V vehicle pls?


This is the newer version (different colour) of what we got for our son last year from Littlewoods.
Unfortunately they were a lot cheaper then, probably selling off the older version to sell this.

There was a problem when we got it that a lot of people seemed to be having, but hubby worked out that the battery hadn't been wired properly.

It now works perfectly and our son LOVES it - we take it away in the caravan so he can play safely on the fields. It's pretty nippy but also very safe because once they release the accelerator it comes to a stop, and of course you can keep up with it.

If you can find a better deal i'd defo recommend this one!
#10
This is the exact one we bought, but for 1/2 that price - Your text here
#11
Haylhoo
Perhaps if these were available and affordable in 'your day' you'd have had one too, ever think of that? Of course you'd say you'd never have used such a thing.....


Oh I see you know what other people are going to say now as well, how clever of you. Actually if when I was a kid I had one of these I would have probably used it, why wouldn't I, but I didn't and now as an adult I am glad that I didn't as I feel the many hours spent peddling my various vehicles was most beneficial to me and today when a majority of kids spend most of their time in front of games consoles instead of being active I would encourage people to think about what the point of having a battery powered trike is. You have to keep paying to charge it up and your kids get no physical activity benefit from using it. To my mind all you are doing is encouraging the idea that inactivity is a good thing.
#12
You were being patronising by posting links to mobility scooters.

People know the risks, god knows they are in the news enough. So when someone posts a deal like this its up to parents to make their own decision, not have a guilt trip forced on them.

Any responsible parent will make sure their kids get exercise etc no matter whether they own a toy like this or not. Irresponsible parents just won't care and your comments would just be ignored anyway.

I make my decisions based on the knowledge I have and what I feel is best for my child - not on the opinions of others. Obviously if I felt my child had an obesity or health problem related to his weight, then I would make my decisions based on that.

Going_Digital
Haylhoo
Perhaps if these were available and affordable in 'your day' you'd have had one too, ever think of that? Of course you'd say you'd never have used such a thing.....


Oh I see you know what other people are going to say now as well, how clever of you. Actually if when I was a kid I had one of these I would have probably used it, why wouldn't I, but I didn't and now as an adult I am glad that I didn't as I feel the many hours spent peddling my various vehicles was most beneficial to me and today when a majority of kids spend most of their time in front of games consoles instead of being active I would encourage people to think about what the point of having a battery powered trike is. You have to keep paying to charge it up and your kids get no physical activity benefit from using it. To my mind all you are doing is encouraging the idea that inactivity is a good thing.
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I'm not sure why people are being so vitriolic in this thread, I thought this was a deals site not a get on your high horse and ridicule people site ( save that for misc ), good price op, thanks for taking the time to post the deal
#14
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Haylhoo
Good price!Just be aware that this is only a 6v battery so they are generally very slow.They say for 3yrs+ BUT my son had a little 6v Quad Bike last year at 2yrs old, and he ended up pushing it along with his feet as it was faster - so this year we upgraded to a 12v Quad which is MUCH better.Voting Hot for a good price.


2 years old!....another stupid parent


Why are they a stupid parent? I dont understand unjustified one liners like this!
So long as the kids are supervised in a safe area i.e not next to the road, with a helmet or whatever safety equipment the parent deems their child needs i dont see the problem! My daughter is just 2 (although the height of an average 4 year old!) and i would happily let her play on one of these but we dont have the storage space for one at the moment :-(
Seems a great price, good spot!
#15
Thanks I don't know why a toy bike can cause such trouble.Only posted as I thought might be a good little present for someone. I didn't buy it as I have a little girl and my son already has one like this.His is 6v and has been known to carry him and his 7 year old brother around the garden maybe I am a bad parent twice over lol.
#16
Disgusting behaviour, you should be shot :p

We really are terrible parents, perhaps it would be better if we let them play on the motorway because at least then they'd get some exercise :p

r11bey
Thanks I don't know why a toy bike can cause such trouble.Only posted as I thought might be a good little present for someone. I didn't buy it as I have a little girl and my son already has one like this.His is 6v and has been known to carry him and his 7 year old brother around the garden maybe I am a bad parent twice over lol.
#17
hot hot hot! ignore the others who are looking for an arguement! who looks dumb by what their saying????
#18
Haylhoo
This is the exact one we bought, but for 1/2 that price - Your text here

The reviews sound awful brother!
#19
Good price............ Wish people would get a life if you don't like it Move On, not everyone is the same.
#20
Some of these reviews are based on the bad/wrong wiring I was talking about - that fault was a real shame as it was so easy to repair but many people wouldn't have known and just sent it back.

Apart from that we've had no problems and our son loves it. Not sure about the unsafe parts, we've not found any problems.

Darthchaffinch
Haylhoo
This is the exact one we bought, but for 1/2 that price - Your text here


The reviews sound awful brother!
#21
Wow. Just read all that. Made my night.
#22
Wow. Worn out Reading that. Hope u guys have calmed down now.

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