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[email protected] RIDE ON SUPER QUAD BIKE £29.99 @ Comet
KIDS@PLAY RIDE ON SUPER QUAD BIKE £29.99 @ Comet

[email protected] RIDE ON SUPER QUAD BIKE £29.99 @ Comet

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was £49.99

25kg maximum weight
Charge time is 8 hours & average ride time 90 mins
Speed 3 km per hour
Two easy to use handlebar controls
Re-chargeable battery and charger included

7 Comments

this looks really good. looks like an excellent gift. does anyone know what the quality is like? is it work purchasing? and what age group is it for?

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urinthematrix

this looks really good. looks like an excellent gift. does anyone know … this looks really good. looks like an excellent gift. does anyone know what the quality is like? is it work purchasing? and what age group is it for?



You need to go on the child's weight, and how you think they'd manage.

My son is 4 next April - this looks like the Quad Ride-on he had from Argos last year when he was 2yrs old. He's a tall boy, very adventurous. It did him fine last year, but this year we felt it was too small for him plus cos it was slow he'd push it with his feet to make it go faster lol. So earlier this year we upgraded to a bigger quad with bigger battery.

It all depends on the child really, but this isn't going to be that big or particularly fast so no worries about them zooming off.

My son is going to be a real petrol head, not all kids will grow so bored so quickly.

Thou seriously, what the Fing point. Most kids would think this is far to slow, and go back to there peddle power. Espically after they watch the top gear special
lol!
Edited by: "leeparsons" 22nd Dec 2010

thank you.

not much info on internet

my son is 15 months so it should be ok for another year or so. has anyone have any further comments before i purchase this?

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urinthematrix

this looks really good. looks like an excellent gift. does anyone know … this looks really good. looks like an excellent gift. does anyone know what the quality is like? is it work purchasing? and what age group is it for?

You need to go on the child's weight, and how you think they'd manage.My son is 4 next April - this looks like the Quad Ride-on he had from Argos last year when he was 2yrs old. He's a tall boy, very adventurous. It did him fine last year, but this year we felt it was too small for him plus cos it was slow he'd push it with his feet to make it go faster lol. So earlier this year we upgraded to a bigger quad with bigger battery.It all depends on the child really, but this isn't going to be that big or particularly fast so no worries about them zooming off.My son is going to be a real petrol head, not all kids will grow so bored so quickly.[/quote]

Shame this isn't available to collect from a store for Christmas! Seems a good price though.

You get what you pay for, I checked this out in Comet 2 weeks ago.. the quality seems a bit naff .. they are also fairly small. Went to Halfrauds and bought a better one for £45...

i ordered one 2 weeks ago, took my boy who is 2 and half years old to try before i collect it, seated ok but feet compartment was too short like the max size shoe would be 8 and my boy was size 10 also quad looked small, got the refund.
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