Skateboard only £3.90 delivered at Amazon Xmas pressy
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Skateboard only £3.90 delivered at Amazon Xmas pressy

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Found 14th Oct 2010
Small skateboard, ideal for 1st timers
Age 5+
Seem to be selling for about £9 at the marketplace, although rrp is only about £6
Not the best bargain, but a good stocking filler all the same.

10 Comments

Original Poster

whatsThePoint

just how big are your feet if this fits in your stocking?



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thanks been stuck for ideas for my son for crimbo great wee cheap pressie

thanks, ordered one, great stocking filler as you say!

These are very small, so unless your kid is under 5-6 I wouldn't bother.

****!! By the time I'd put it in my basket...price had gone up!!

Looks like I bought it just before the price went up! Cheers OP my nephew will love it Im sure

These are the devil! I been skateboarding for 6+ years and I can tell you right now you shouldn't buy a new kid one of these skateboards, even if it is £4. They don't need to ride £100 boards like me but at least get a £20-£30 one from Argos that can actually move. What you're effectively going to give your children is a death trap as the wheels wont actually move round properly and cause plentiful amount of injuries.

JJBDude

These are the devil! I been skateboarding for 6+ years and I can tell you … These are the devil! I been skateboarding for 6+ years and I can tell you right now you shouldn't buy a new kid one of these skateboards, even if it is £4. They don't need to ride £100 boards like me but at least get a £20-£30 one from Argos that can actually move. What you're effectively going to give your children is a death trap as the wheels wont actually move round properly and cause plentiful amount of injuries.



Maybe they are designed to be slow as they are for toddlers, all reviews on amazon are great except for one where the guy bought it for his 8year old son and found it was too slow/ small for him. For my 3 year old nephew it should be fine.

Guess I'm biased. Bit more money and you can get a full size which has the potential to teach the kid how to actually ride properly. They'll be bored of the mini board after a week.

TUSSFC

These are very small, so unless your kid is under 5-6 I wouldn't bother.



Can confirm that if your child is 5+ this will be too small
Sent mine back as my son (7) is too big for it
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