Evo Quad bikes (boys & girls) was £60 now £30 @ Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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This Evo Quad is battery operated so you can ride wherever you want to go. With handle bar steering and dashboard. Requires 1 x 6V battery pack and charger (included). For ages 3 years and over.
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#2
had this delivered today its a bargain!
#3
Returned these back to Tescos as we found following problems....

the "run" button kept cutting out whilst driving so could not get continous ride

the rechargeable battery unit had exposed wires...there was a bit of plastic trying to cover them but this kept coming off .... not sure if they meant to be like that
kept it out of LO reach whilst recharging
#4
I've picked one of these up for my little girl for xmas. They are £30's worth of kit. Don't expect it to last long or perform well........ I wouldn't be happy if I paid more than £30.
#5
Its cheap rubbish i wouldnt touch 6v lol
#6
Anyone know why this is this for 3+ years? Tesco sell similar ones that are 1+ years that look exactly the same and a few reviews of this 3+ year one suggests it is a bit small for a 3 year old.

Really tempted to get this for my daughter who is 1 soon so just wondering if anyone else has a little one of that age that uses this?
#7
Boy's one says discontinued.
#8
i was going to get one of these for my just 4 year old until i saw one in store. very thin plastic and basic, not even worth £30 in my opinion. id be happier buying a slightly dearer one in the toys r us sale than this. its quality did not instill confidence in me.
#9
ashburnham
Anyone know why this is this for 3+ years? Tesco sell similar ones that are 1+ years that look exactly the same and a few reviews of this 3+ year one suggests it is a bit small for a 3 year old.

Really tempted to get this for my daughter who is 1 soon so just wondering if anyone else has a little one of that age that uses this?


At nearly 1 years old, shouldn't your daughter be learning how to get around on her legs rather than a "quad bike"? She won't have a clue how to use it until she's at least 2!
#10
Got one of these a month or so ago. They're ok for the money - as far as exposed wires go - they're only 6v so don't worry about it! My daughter is 17kg and it gets her around the house ok.

I bought this to see if she'll play on a quad before I spend a lot more. Got to be worth £15 - £20 on Ebay when I decide what to do - so can't really go wrong at this price.

Just don't expect too much.
banned#11
Tempting, but too many reports of poor quality in the comments above for my liking! :(
#12
SneaksDeals
Tempting, but too many reports of poor quality in the comments above for my liking! :(

They're not poor quality at all - the one I've got has been driven into doors and walls without breaking. The body is pink and the seat/battery cover is a darker pink. There are stickers to decorate the quad. Like I said, don't expect lights, horns and sat nav - it's a basic quad at a basic price. It doesn't go as quick as the more expensive ones but I'd prefer that in the house. The 3+ seems to be standard for anything these days - as I said my daughter is two, weighs 17kg and it gets her around at a reasonable speed for indoors. I'd say that any child that can use a pedal-trike would be ok - but I'm not scared of getting sued for saying that!!
I'll be buying a better one soon but this one will be left around for use in the house.

I'm not easily pleased and won't settle for rubbish especially where my daughter is concerned, but this is perfectly acceptable considering the price. Seems like people are comparing the Kia cars of the childs quad market with the BMW ones!

Edited By: davek on Oct 22, 2010 11:47: edit
banned#13
looks like an amazing deal. I am going to check this out. I guess we all need to remember that we cannot compate a £30 product to £300 products. Its all relative.
#14
I bought this a few weeks ago for my son for christmas, he turned three at the end of August. I dont think its going to last him very long, its very small but for £30 I cant really complain.
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it is small! my daughter has just turned 3 last week but she adores it and i have my father on the case to rise the handle bars X)

for £30 is's fab! :p

Edited By: monkey madness on Oct 24, 2010 18:19: add text
#16
think its a good deal and i got it 4 £27 cos i work at tesco and i got 10% off

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