Little Tikes Balance Bike - Multicolored £19.99 at Argos
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Little Tikes Balance Bike - Multicolored £19.99 at Argos

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Found 20th Apr 2015
Great price and good reviews. £59.99 on amazon.

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Argos sorry.

Reserved. Thanks op

I don't see the point of these, u just buy a bike and remove the pedals! Once they get used to balancing u have already save money by having one bike!

heat added. one ordered. many thanks x

alisonmfrancis

I don't see the point of these, u just buy a bike and remove the pedals! … I don't see the point of these, u just buy a bike and remove the pedals! Once they get used to balancing u have already save money by having one bike!



It's not that simple to remove the pedals and the cranks, and if you leave the crank arms then they can dig into ankles and trip your child. Plus you'll need a chain splitter to remove the chain. Its doable but a bigger job that you might think.

For £20 these are a bargain.

crowcrow

It's not that simple to remove the pedals and the cranks, and if you … It's not that simple to remove the pedals and the cranks, and if you leave the crank arms then they can dig into ankles and trip your child. Plus you'll need a chain splitter to remove the chain. Its doable but a bigger job that you might think. For £20 these are a bargain.



I did it to the kids bike a little while back and it was a bit of a mission but it is do-able with a bit of elbow grease. This one does look good though, better than the wooden ones I've seen that can't be left outside.

Heat added.

boys can have a problems wirh testiculars from this bike... not good...

inga1982

boys can have a problems wirh testiculars from this bike... not good...


From this bike in particular?

ohdearohdear

From this bike in particular?


no from balance bikes... they are not good for the boys cos is a big pressure to the willy ... and can cause a big probs...

For me the biggest gamble with balance bikes is whether your kids take to them and actually benefit or not. I've seen kids getting along with these really well and then transferring onto a proper bike. But my own kids had a borrowed one of these, never showed any interest in it, but happily would go on a normal bike with stabilisers instead. So borrow one first if you can because you might still save yourself £20!

Very good deal.
Used two for 3 children, and the youngest - just turned three now straight on peddle bike with no stabilisers. Turnma has a point however my 2 oldest just didn't get these for about 3 months (I thought I had got a poor deal!), then only when they spend a few weeks with someone who was on theirs all the time, and got what they could do on them did it suddenly click. From there only a very short time till oldest 2 where on proper bikes. If around others who also have these are brilliant.

inga1982

no from balance bikes... they are not good for the boys cos is a big … no from balance bikes... they are not good for the boys cos is a big pressure to the willy ... and can cause a big probs...



Says who?

My son used one of these and within 2 months was riding a proper bike... he has now successfully fathered 5 children and he's only just turned 15
Edited by: "clarkey1976" 20th Apr 2015

clarkey1976

Says who?My son used one of these and within 2 months was riding a proper … Says who?My son used one of these and within 2 months was riding a proper bike... he has now successfully fathered 5 children and he's only just turned 15


Haha funniest comment I've read in a while. You sir are a legend X)

clarkey1976

Says who?My son used one of these and within 2 months was riding a proper … Says who?My son used one of these and within 2 months was riding a proper bike... he has now successfully fathered 5 children and he's only just turned 15


start early and as you mean to go on

clarkey1976

Says who?My son used one of these and within 2 months was riding a proper … Says who?My son used one of these and within 2 months was riding a proper bike... he has now successfully fathered 5 children and he's only just turned 15



... Now also claiming nearly £1200 in welfare benefits and a council house in central London. As everyone can see, not only these balance bikes help to set up a large clan, but also be successful financially! Bargain at twenty quid!

do u think that not inflatable wheels are good? because i dont think so... for 20 pound its not a bargain. better to pay 30 and buy wooden with inflatable wheels.

paoolina

do u think that not inflatable wheels are good? because i dont think … do u think that not inflatable wheels are good? because i dont think so... for 20 pound its not a bargain. better to pay 30 and buy wooden with inflatable wheels.



I have this bike and I also have a wooden one. Much prefer this one, it's brilliant. Much lighter and easier to move than the wooden one, and the wheels are fine. To be honest, I didn't even know they weren't inflatable! Look like they are, and feel like it too.

laurahov

I have this bike and I also have a wooden one. Much prefer this one, it's … I have this bike and I also have a wooden one. Much prefer this one, it's brilliant. Much lighter and easier to move than the wooden one, and the wheels are fine. To be honest, I didn't even know they weren't inflatable! Look like they are, and feel like it too.



My son is two and its perfect size for him.
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