Galileo Folding Strollcycle (4 in 1 stroller and tricycle) was £149.99 now £64.99 / Plum® Metal Activity Centre Was £249 then £149 now £90 / Plum® Metal Dome now £70 w/code @ ELC
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Galileo Folding Strollcycle (4 in 1 stroller and tricycle) was £149.99 now £64.99 / Plum® Metal Activity Centre Was £249 then £149 now £90 / Plum® Metal Dome now £70 w/code @ ELC

Mod & Ed 13
Mod & Ed
Found 29th Jan
ELC have a code SAVE10 that gives £10 off a £50 Spend at the moment (credit to @deals17 for sharing the code) - it states on the site that PLUM products are excluded but I've found a few that are already highly discounted that the code works on, so thought I'd share.

Link goes to the very unusual Galileo 4 in 1 Strollcycle™ (still around £115 - £149 elsewhere) & will pop links to others below


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Galileo is an innovative 4 in 1 stroller and tricycle, ideal for little ones learning to ride. The Strollcycle™ begins as a parent controlled pushchair that transforms into a ride-on for independent toddlers.

The Galileo Strollcycle™ has four modes for your convenience. Complete Folding for easy storage, Pushchair mode with footrest, Strollcycle™ for toddlers learning to ride, and Tricycle allowing toddlers to ride solo.


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Plum® Metal Dome was £169.99 now £70 with code

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This great geometrically styled dome from Plum is made from galvanised and powder coated steel to increase its rust protection and durability and features a heavy duty 1.2m green slide.

Perfect for outdoor adventures combining play with cognitive and motor skills development the Plum® Dome with slide allows children to climb, swing, hang and play whilst improving their co-ordination, agility and strength.

Plum® Metal Activity Centre was £249.99 then £149.99 now £90 w/code

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Children will love to climb the ladder which has wide steps onto the raised, wooden platform.

This little hideaway features a fabric roof and four fabric side panels for safety and protection from the weather. A 1.2 metre slide is attached to the open side for children to whizz down over and over again.

This fantastic activity centre from Plum also features a swing with a baby swing seat. Suitable from 6 months, the swing seat features a high back and harness straps for safety.

Ideal for encouraging active play and building cognitive and motor skills, this activity centre features a smooth, powder coated finish for rust protection ensuring years of outdoor fun.
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I looked at the Galileo when I saw it in the sale but wasn't sure about it. Does anyone have one that can share their experience with it please?
it already looks way better than smartike! great find!
good spot! ordered.
If the parent handle is fixed how do you steer it when pushing it along?
Does anybody own the Galileo, any reviews please?
Original Poster Mod & Ed
jdRiggs2 h, 6 m ago

If the parent handle is fixed how do you steer it when pushing it along?


It has a free wheel mode

There is a really good video HERE that shows you how it all works
Thank you
Ordered. Thank you:)
ordered hope kids will love them
Can anyone advise on steering difficulties with fixed parent handle. I think I remember reading a negative review about this in the past but I'm having difficulty finding any reviews about this trike.
Consider if your child will take to this before splurging. Grandparents bought for our little one and was waste of money (and added to clutter)

She preferred the push chair when she wasn't as mobile or lazy. And once she was mobile enough to enjoy the "cycle" she much preferred the lighter more manoeuvrable scooter. IMO the problem with these is there's nowhere to comfortably put your feet when the kids are really just playing at riding (and you're doing all the work). And when they cross that line to being able to do the work for themselves, these are too big and cumbersome for them. So they prefer the scooter (or just a basic barebones trike) and then they're never coming back to this when they get to the size/strength that they can really utilise it properly.
Edited by: "Mentos" 30th Jan
jdRiggs29th Jan

If the parent handle is fixed how do you steer it when pushing it along?



We got this for our son's 2nd birthday back in October.
The steering works very well when pushing. You can unlock the front wheel so that it disconnects from the handle bar and you simply push it like a pushchair with full control over the steering - pushing slightly harder on the left side turns to the right and vice versa.

If the front wheel is locked, you can still turn it the same as in the unlocked mode (but the handle bar will also turn). I tend to leave it locked so that my son can steer where he wants to go.

We tested the Smart Trikes out in the shop, but i found the Galileo's steering to be easier, the handle and the rest of the trike also felt a lot more solid.
fire-blade18 h, 55 m ago

We got this for our son's 2nd birthday back in October. The steering works …We got this for our son's 2nd birthday back in October. The steering works very well when pushing. You can unlock the front wheel so that it disconnects from the handle bar and you simply push it like a pushchair with full control over the steering - pushing slightly harder on the left side turns to the right and vice versa.If the front wheel is locked, you can still turn it the same as in the unlocked mode (but the handle bar will also turn). I tend to leave it locked so that my son can steer where he wants to go. We tested the Smart Trikes out in the shop, but i found the Galileo's steering to be easier, the handle and the rest of the trike also felt a lot more solid.

Thanks for the info ​
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