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My First Smart Trike £9.99 @ Tesco direct

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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
The my first trike has a metal construction and a steering lock for controlling ride direction. Complete with an adjustable seat and seat belt for extra safety and a rear bucket for storage. The non slip pedals provide an anti-slip resistance. The trike has a push-in, pull-out clutch to lock or release pedal from wheel and an adjustable and removable parent handle for parent and child comfort. Manufacturer's helpline available if you require spare parts. Call 01525 722716 if you require assistance. Age range 1yr+.
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#1
good price...xmas presies ;-)
#2
We brought this from Smythes for £15 last year sometime and returned it the next day.
We thought it was cheap made, it has no back support and didn't think it was very secure.
We ended up spending a bit more on the Huffy Canopy Trike Its a tad hard to track down to buy but if you can its defiantly worth it. We paid around £30 for it.



Edited By: nibrows on Aug 08, 2010 10:54: link
#3
nibrows
We brought this from Smythes for £15 last year sometime and returned it the next day. We thought it was cheap made, it has no back support and didn't think it was very secure.We ended up spending a bit more on the Huffy Canopy Trike Its a tad hard to track down to buy but if you can its defiantly worth it. We paid around £30 for it.

+1

don't expect it to last very long, as previous poster said very cheap made, lasted my son month or so at best.

ok(ish) for less than a tenner i suppose...
#4
voted hot thankyou will make a nice pressie for my little boy xx
#5
Looks like it might be cheap junk to me!! I bought a similar looking one (can't remember the make) but it cost over £60 if I remember rightly. My kid loves it and has loads of use out of it, and it's still working perfectly after over a year! When you buy cheap things, you're throwing your money away as you'll only end up having to buy the expensive one when the cheap one breaks.
#6
nibrows
We brought this from Smythes for £15 last year sometime and returned it the next day.
We thought it was cheap made, it has no back support and didn't think it was very secure.
We ended up spending a bit more on the Huffy Canopy Trike Its a tad hard to track down to buy but if you can its defiantly worth it. We paid around £30 for it.




Where did you buy your Huffy bike from?:)
#7
We got it from amazon. The only place Ive noticed it selling recently is on ebay secondhand. Its worth it if you can find it. It has a steal frame and the handle hooks under the trike making it very stable when pushing.



Edited By: nibrows on Aug 09, 2010 07:41: removed link
#8
My eldest son had one of these and it was very good so will be getting one for the youngest (18 months).
[mod]#9
Great price ;)
#10
My son has one of these (although his is the Smart Trike + which seems to have more fancy bits). Does anyone that owns one of these know how you lock the steering? Can't find the instructions and they don't seem to be available from the Smart Trike website.

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