All Trike Discounts, Offers and Sale - August 2018
that don't work, must be one time use only. thanks anyways
Was in my inbox in ebay messages. Just read it again it does say exclusive coupon so maybe not available to all.
Is this supposed to come with a battery?? There isn’t one in ours it just says to replace battery check existing type (skeptical)
£10 off a 20 spend seems a little too good to be true.
What code did you use please danman76
Thanks, an informative post.
First go to Argos through Vouchercode https://www.vouchercodes.co.uk/argos.co.uk?oi=5299303 should get £10 voucher emailed to you. You need to spend £50 to get £5 voucher from Argos, so need to add something really cheap.
I would also look into a folding trike or one that can be placed in the car easily. I know it might be more but you buy a trike once usually.
How do you get £5 voucher on £50 spend and £10 voucher on £40 or more spend? Thought it’s £100 or more spend for the £10 voucher !
I bought this a few months ago for £29.99. I recommend that you test it out before christmas while you are still able to return the item. This thing nearly broke my 2 year olds ankle. Unless your child is around 4 year's old and will be pedaling themselves around unassisted I would avoid this product. The little foot rests as you can see in the photo's are in an awkward position and don't provide much of a platform for children to keep their feet on. My son's foot slid off of the front of the foot rest constantly. On one of these occasions the front of his foot got caught scraping along the ground and the rear of his foot wedged against the foot rest. His foot was being crushed against the ground and his ankle twisted out to the side. Just a friendly warning as I would hate to see other children get hurt from a poorly designed product. The build quality isn't great either and they tip over very easily. Obviously with all trikes this is a risk due to the nature of the design however they sit so far forward on this trike that most of the weight is on the front wheel which increases the tipping risk massively. It's also impossible to remove the front wheel once assembled meaning if you do want to return the product you are unable to fit it in the original box it came in. Amazon delivery driver gave me a weird look when he came to pick mine up for a return and refund as I had to tape the front wheel and frame to the side of the box.
Thanks! I will :)
Good price, you should post it. I think its a slightly different trike. £10 voucher on £40 spend @ Vouchercodes. https://www.vouchercodes.co.uk/argos.co.uk?rc=5299303 Plus £5 voucher on £50 spend @ Argos.
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6258667?storeID=768&cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59156%7Cacid:444-797-0832%7Ccid:598623051%7Cagid:28645067605%7Ctid:aud-144400486596:pla-437578455754%7Ccrid:96089172565%7Cnw:g%7Crnd:8708319087910893243%7Cdvc:m%7Cadp:1o11%7Cmt:%7Cloc:9046653&gclid=EAIaIQobChMImbHDnJek2wIVTLDtCh3KnwdAEAQYCyABEgKUGvD_BwE that ones slightly cheaper, get the £10 voucher and it’s blue :)
it’s a unisex colour.
Looks more blue on Little Tikes site https://www.littletikes.co.uk/perfect-fit-4-in-1-trike-teal/
Do u recommend one mate?
These are brilliant products
Do not purchase this item. It is extremely poor build quality and dangerous. I bought the white and red version of this for £29.99 a few months back when it was posted to HOTUKD and ended up sending it back to Amazon for a full refund. The handle wobbles a lot and doesn't feel secure, I didn't feel comfortable going down hills as I felt like the handle was going to pop out and my son would roll away. Going up hills was similar in the sense that I felt like the handle was going to snap. It also has a steering function which has so much play in it you constantly have to readjust even pushing in a straight line. The trike also tips over extremely easily. Going up and down kerbs is very sketchy. When you lift the front wheel up to tackle a kerb the rear basket grinds on the floor restricting your movement. Once the front wheel is on the kerb and you lift the rear wheels off the ground the trike begins to tip over. But the worst problem is the position of the foot rests. Just look at the childs feet in the advert. His legs are bent back behind him and only the top of his toes are making contact with the foot rest. It is in the completely wrong position for any normally proportioned child to use comfortably. Every child I have seen on these things has been sat in the same uncomfortable manner. Then there is the danger directly caused by the footrests which unfortunately injured my son. I was pushing him along and because he couldn't comfortably put his feet on the foot rest from time to time his foot would slip off. On one of these occassions his foot slipped off of the front of the foot rest which led to his foot being wedged between the ground and the foot rest. I thought I had hit a stone or something or somehow the break had activated because all of a sudden the trike came to an abrupt hault. It wasn't until I heard my son screaming that I realise it was his foot being crushed against the floor. Maybe this trike is ok for older children who are able to reach and use the pedals comfortably. But if your child is less than 3.5-4 years old I would recommend you avoid this entirely. There are much better trikes available out there. I recommend going to a Smyths or something similar and testing out some of them to see what fits your child. Prooft of purchase below:
Oh that's my son you're talking about !
Back in stock
Damn. I wanted one!
Damn - OOS :(
Theses are great - we got one for £60 from ToysRUs in their closing down sale. Folds up really small in the boot and our 11 month old Ioved it. Comes with detachable pedals so that they can grow into it.
This place is so expensive compared to similar stores so with the £8 they just about match up price wise! Everything I've looked at is so over priced already!
Little trike for 83 quids? When did it happen?
Did mine and got a Fingerling in it too! Bargain. Heat added <3 <3
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Can't get this to work, keeps saying sign in with Amazon button? Where is the Amazon button?
Awww bless, what a lovely pic! Gorgeous little boy :)
Lovely son you have there my son is 21 and it feels like yesterday he was this small cherish every moment xxx
We got one of these for my lad a few years ago. It really helped him get the hang of pedalling. It's lasted well. Fantastic picture OP!
Ha ha he looks made up on it ! (y)
Bonnie wee lad.
Do you need road tax?
How about for a 16 month boy?
Anyone own this and recommend please? Our little lady is 14months old :)
Why is it rubbish? Is it too small for you?
Thanks, I was going to order for sons birthday but now I wont. still voted hot as it's the cheapest price.
I'll go against the grain and vote cold as they are only price matching Argos. Amazon have a habit of matching or offering low prices on out of stock items. Argos still have stock at the following branches, if it helps anyone. http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5494958 Fraserburgh Argos and EE Store Inverness Eastgate Peterhead Argos and EE Store Fort William Camborne Dover Oban Ashford New Rents Hailsham Newhaven Inside Sainsburys Arbroath Argos and EE Store Lewes Brighton Western Road Dundee Overgate Worthing Montague Street Worthing Lyons Farm Tunbridge Wells Sainsburys Collect Point Tunbridge Wells Burgess Hill Tunbridge Longfield Rustington Argos in Sainsburys Littlehampton Sainsburys Collect Point Felixstowe Torquay inside Sainsburys Tonbridge Inside Sainsburys Newton Abbot Southend The Victoria Pulborough Sainsburys Collection Point Sevenoaks in Sainsburys Weymouth Coleraine Riverside Retail Park Rayleigh Weir Argos and EE Store Greenock Christchurch Poole inside Sainsburys Basildon Westgate Park Dumbarton Argos and EE Store Hedge End Sainsburys Collection Point Southampton West Quay Southampton High Street Bitterne Sainsburys Collection Point Clydebank Britannia Way Glasgow Argos in Sainsburys Portswood Sainsburys Collection Point Bishopbriggs Totton North Walsham inside Sainsburys Lords Hill in Sainsburys Eastleigh Kiln Lane in Sainsburys Peckham Braintree Brixton Norwich Longwater Cromer Badger Farm in Sainsburys Old Street Angel Islington Attleborough Sainsburys Collection Point Shepherds Bush Haringey Yeovil High Street Barnstaple in Sainsburys Barnstaple Rose Lane Cheshunt Dereham Haverhill Bishops Stortford Kilmarnock Thetford in Sainsburys Bracknell Fakenham Argos and EE Store Ayr St. Albans Spencer Street Reading Argos in Sainsburys Hemel Hempstead Marlowes Centre Newry Merchants Quay Midsomer Norton Worle Wisbech Bristol Galleries Cardiff Queens Arcade Swindon Argos in Homebase Swansea High Street Blyth Newport Maesglas Retail Park Newport in Sainsburys Chepstow In Homebase Peterborough Queensgate Centre Pontllanfraith Sainsburys Collect Point Cwmbran Spalding Stroud Worcester The Shambles Aberystwyth Holyhead Kendal Sheffield Angel Street Uttoxeter Barrow in Furness Walney Road Morecambe Inside Sainsburys Lancaster Leek inside Sainsburys Market Drayton Glossop Winsford Runcorn
How do you fit this thing it’s hard
Its gone back up to £95 😭
Thanks .. good price
on my way Frank
Getting charged £22.99
We have his, my son loves it and insists it goes everywhere with him. Very good buy at this price (y)
£19.99 in my local
Thanks for the info
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.
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.
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.
ordered hope kids will love them
Just a warning: there are no bearings in wheels. Cheap plastic drive, feels heavy when pushing, I can only imagine how hard it is for a little one to pedal damn thing... Little one is not touching it any more.... Was waste of £100... Assembly wise easy, manual decent, tools provided. (ninja)
Just got one for my little boys birthday, he’s going to love it
I want one my size
why did I think "Cadburys creme egg" when I saw this ...
thunder and 6v should never appear in the same title.
Forward and stop features. Easy to drive. Well it would be, wouldn't it?.
my 1st steps to president trp
One left in Gateshead if that helps anyone
Back in stock
Oos with all the mothercare deals are these guys going bust ?
Oos now on their website, but says 26.99. Might be still available in some stores. I went to have a look in our local as we had a brilliant scooter from this brand but I didnt like this trike unfortunately.
Does anyone have this? Does it have soft rubber wheels or plastic wheels? Thanks!
It has 3 modes / stages, it's "Stage 2 - 12+ months: Converts to a parent supported early trike" that gets interesting, but it is manageable. It's the unobstructed view from the tricycle that is so much more than the buggy he loved. Depends on the little ones personality. Rear facing wouldn't give the the same they but it's good value even if the rear facing stage is skipped. A well spotted bargain hope you both enjoy it and thanks for sharing it. strolly.net/products/strolly-spin
That wasn't an insult, it highlighting the hyperbolic scenario you used. It literally says that it's meant to be rear facing until a kid is capable enough. A prime example of RTFM, rather than crying that it's somehow a dangerous product (annoyed)
When you’ve got a toddler, you’ll understand. My son was walking by 10 months and has been into everything ever since You started the insults with your reference to a GSXR.
Any better than the £30 trikes at Tesco? Accepting the cool factor of it being batman obviously
It's much cooler than the earlier version. (highfive)
How cool is that!