Smart Trike Fisher Price Trike now £16.50 @ Tesco Direct (+£2 C+C Unless Delivery Saver Customer)
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Smart Trike Fisher Price Trike now £16.50 @ Tesco Direct (+£2 C+C Unless Delivery Saver Customer)

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Mod & Ed
Found 2nd Aug 2016
Seems a great price for this Smart Trike Fisher Price Trike as its still £30ish elsewhere. Great reviews across the net. £2 C+C fee if order is under £30 unless you are a delivery saver, you can get free delivery or C+C on orders over £10 if you are. You could sign up for 1mths free trial that you can cancel at any time.
The ideal first ride for your growing child, the Fisher-Price SmarTrike starts off as a trike with a parent handle and then converts to a ride-on trike as your child gets older and more used to riding on their own.

At stage 1, the parent handle is attached to guide your toddler and allow them to gain confidence on the trike. The parent handle can be removed at stage 2 allowing your toddler to ride all on their own.
The Fisher-Price SmarTrike comes with a removable and adjustable UV sun canopy to protect your child from the harmful rays of the sun. It is also fitted with non-slip pedals and a rear basket for carrying toys and small objects.
20kg/44lb maximum weight capacity.
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Ordered, thanks
Great find! Just a shame it's doesn't come with straps as I would have ordered, my son is only 13 months
tiggy76

Great find! Just a shame it's doesn't come with straps as I would have … Great find! Just a shame it's doesn't come with straps as I would have ordered, my son is only 13 months



​It does say 18 month +
is this offer available instore?
I have one like this, can not control the way, little trek is better
molly146

​It does say 18 month +



Yes, realised that thank you, but even at 18 months I would want straps but great deal regardless
I have this, it's a bit of a pain to steer from the rear as the lock on the handlebars gives the nipper enough leeway to veer the trike, meaning you have to keep shifting them over. Also the horizontal handle can be a bother if you've got weak wrists.

The trike itself is great though, sturdy and the nipper loves it. Very handy to be able to take the pedal rotation off when he's beat,
Great deal but theres no way I am going to pay for click and collect. It used to be free and the travel cost to ones local pick up point was just about worth it. The fee is simply outrageous. I am sure the introduction of the fee has affected their sales and quite rightly so.
johnnyd57uk

Great deal but theres no way I am going to pay for click and collect. It … Great deal but theres no way I am going to pay for click and collect. It used to be free and the travel cost to ones local pick up point was just about worth it. The fee is simply outrageous. I am sure the introduction of the fee has affected their sales and quite rightly so.


Get used to reality. free click and collect and free delivery (or £2 delivery, etc) was offered by all to attract customers, it simply cannot last forever with the loss they make in staff wages and transportation costs with every order. We, including me, have become spoiled by the false reality of subsidised supermarkets delivery/collection services.
Just order 2... return one as you get there so :
1 - no delivery charge
2 - goes back in stock for someone else to buy
Ordered two for my twins. Thank you.
Thankyou x
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