One year olds can start with the Tiny Tot as a trike. With three wheels they can easily start to learn how to use their feet to get moving. When the parent feels the kid is ready, the Tiny Tot easily converts from a trike to a 2-wheel balance bike. Tiny Tots Trikes are the smallest 2-in-1 balance bike on the market.
Dutch inspired, low, step-through frame which places children’s feet closer to the ground so they feel safe. Extra wide base and 17.8 cm tires for great driving comfort and easy balance. Adjustable, cushioned seat – height 21.5 to 28 cm. Nontoxic safety hand grips featuring hand protection bumpers.
Please note: The recommended age for this product is 12-24 months. However a child’s size, fine motor skills and balance coordination should also be taken in consideration. Some children may take a little longer to develop these skills than others; or be of above average height. Always use a bike helmet.
Care instructions: This is a wooden product protected by a lacquer veneer coating. Never store it in a location exposed to the elements or where condensation can build up overnight (such as a shed or balcony); or in a room with high humidity (such as a bathroom or laundry with a condensation dryer). Bolts may loosen from use. Be sure to check them before each ride. Detailed care and assembly instructions ship with this product.
Bamboo is stronger than steel and heartier than most hardwood, making it a versatile and valuable building material. Bamboo is also eco-friendly in many ways. It produces more oxygen and absorbs more carbon dioxide than trees. While hard wood takes 30-50 years to mature, bamboo takes between 3-5 years and requires no pesticides or chemicals to encourage the maturation process.
Crafted from skilfully engineered and sustainably sourced bamboo plywood that’s finished with a protective lacquer stain. Made in an ethically run factory that Kinderfeets (and Artiwood) inspect and evaluate regularly. Tested and certified to European and Australian standards.
NOTE:- THIS ITEM CAN ONLY BE SHIPPED REGULAR POST