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Barbie Aluminum Foldable Scooter
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Editorial Reviews:

It's not a Razor, but it's racy enough for a beginner. A hot pink stand-out in any public park, this manual scooter looks and rides swell, then folds up to fit into an 8-inch wide space. Unfolded and ready to go, its 31 inches high from the bottom of its clear, hard rubber wheels to the top of its easy-grip, collapsible, purple handlebars. The footboard is 20-inch long, too small for teenaged feet. All parents have to do is keep a good look out for beginner spills, or adjust the height and angle of the steering column for a different ride. Kids can take it from there. In case your kid likes to burn rubber, however, take time to teach her how to use the friction footbrake, located at the rear of the aluminum board. --Diane Beall

Product Details
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 Based on 8 reviews.
  • Sales Rank: 403

Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:

5Awesome fun!, Jan 10, 2023
This was a great buy. My girls are 4 and 7 and they love this toy! It packs easy for travel. Scooters fold and unfold easily in a minute! Attractive color. Durable build. Even the adults had to try out the new toys--nothing broke like I feared! Nothing marred or dented! Helmets and elbow/knee pads are recommended. My 4 needed them for sure! Rolls easily so be careful of unskilled kids on sloping pavements. Perfect Christmas gifts this year!

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

5a little girls dream, Jan 1, 2023
"Thank you Mommy, I love my scooter" is what I hear multiple times a day. She loves the Barbie colors and design and has learned quickly how to use it. She just pushes with one foot and rides around with such a smile. It folds up easily for storage or travel. Couldn't imagine another scooter making her happier. She completes the look with her Barbie helmet and her Barbie protective pads.

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful:

5lots of fun, Oct 15, 2023
I was surprised to read the review about the girl who was standing still on the scooter and then spent three days in the hospital. Regardless of that my daughter has been riding scooters since she was three years old and of course you have to practice and have adult supervision but we've NEVER had a problem with broken bones. Not to say they don't happen. We love this scooter and have more then gotten our money out of it. She is six now and loving riding this scooter each day.

6 of 8 people found the following review helpful:

5RobbiesMom, Sep 27, 2023
I purchased this 2 wheel scooter after my disabled daughters 3 wheeler was stolen. She absolutely loves it and is getting around much better and faster than I gave her credit for.

7 of 8 people found the following review helpful:

5Love this scooter!, Aug 26, 2023
Be smart! My kids have owned Razor scooters and now this scooter, it is just as good. Use your head, if your child does not know how to ride a scooter do not allow them to attempt with out supervision, that's how they fall and break bones! My 3 year old got on a scooter after watching her older sister ride one for a year and rode it better than her older sister!! Any thing can be dangerous if you allow it to be! Don't listen to the review about the child with the hospital stay, use your brain and be safe with your kids! Are you going to let your child get on a bike without training wheels when they have never ridden one before?


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