In the Night Garden "Igglepiggle" 10in bike £19.00 (was £48.00) Delivered @ Littlewoods + 8% Quidco (Without using vouchers) - HotUKDeals
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Great price alone without vouchers, £30 at Amazon, free delivery plus 8% Quidco,

Ideal childs first bike includes a fluffy Iggle Piggle bag with Iggle Piggle squeaker, 10in (25cm) wheels with puncture proof tyres. Soft handgrips. Fixed stabilisers. Direct drive pedals (no chain), handlebar height 55cm. Adjustable saddle height 39-42cm. Age from 2 years.
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#1
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#2
Great - just ordered 2 for my twins, topped it up with the frill vests & used a £20 off £40 spend.........
#3
Hot because there is no need for vouchers!
#4
Just ordered this for my niece, many thanks for posting....
#5
thanks to the OP
#6
Great Deal!

Thanks mango786 and OP :)

Heat and Rep Added
#7
Pros:
Built to Last
Cons:
Too big for lower age, Unserviceable parts
Best Uses:
First Learning
Describe Yourself:
Avid Cyclist
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about In the night garden "Igglepiggle" 10in bike:

Major problem when assembling the night before my Son's second birthday. One of the nuts holding the Wheel and Stabilizer on was totally useless. The thread was too shallow causing the nut to slide up and down the wheel stud instead of screwing and tightening. I had to take a replacement nut from my daughters bike to fix the problem, depriving her of a bike for a few days before I was able to get to a bike shop for a new nut. Also, my son is an average height two year old, and his feet will not be able to reach the pedals for some time. This is a risky purchase for children under three, but overall a solid bike.
#8
Heat for the price but these bikes are very difficult for children to pedal because the pedals are on the wheel and there is no chain, they also have to stretch their legs an awful lot to reach the pedals. Better off with either a trike or a proper bike in my opinion.
#9
wicked!

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