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Fisher-Price Grow-with-Me 1,2,3 Roller Skates

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  • Grow-with-Me Roller Skates from Fisher-Price are in a contemporary quad styling
  • Include the 1-2-3 learn-to-skate feature
  • Setting #1: Walk in the skates with one wheel locked
  • Setting #2: Adjustment wheel rolls forward but not back
  • Setting #3: Freewheeling, rear wheels are spaced apart for added stability
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Product Details

User Manual [924kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 3.5 x 8.5 inches ; 2.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0042RU0B6
  • Item model number: V4599
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 24 months - 5 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,744 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (130 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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Quad-style 4-wheel roller skates make learning to skate as easy as 1, 2, 3. Wheels lock for Stage 1, so beginners can skate-walk on wheels that don’t roll. As confidence, ability and balance increase, advance to Stage 2, where a quick and easy adjustment allows the wheels to roll forward, but not back. Then it’s on to Stage 3 for freewheeling fun, forward and back. Size adjustable to fit child shoe sizes 6-12.

Product Description

Quad-style 4-wheel roller skates make learning to skate as easy as 1, 2, 3! Wheels lock for Stage 1, so beginners can "skate-walk" on wheels that don't roll. As confidence, ability and balance increase, advance to Stage 2, where a quick and easy adjustment allows the wheels to roll forward, but not back. Then it's on to Stage 3 for "freewheeling" fun, forward and back. Size adjustable to fit child shoe sizes 6-12.

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Customer Reviews

My grandson loves these skates.
Diane M Hicks
Skates were sturdy during use, and she was able to skate with the front wheels locked with no problem.
Superbecks
My 2 year old boy LOVES these skates.
hollyjo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 11, 2011
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My daughter got these for her third birthday (my only gripe is that they, like anything else not pink, are categorized as "boys" toys) and she loves them. She was able to use them right out of the box and moved from setting 1 to setting 2 very quickly. She is looking forward to learning to skate like her big brother! She is small for her age and these fit her size 5/6 foot very well. I think she is going to get a lot of use from them in the next few years. An excellent purchase for any child, regardless of gender!
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Lord on October 19, 2011
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These skates are fun and clever; kudos to whoever invented the mechanism that allows you to change settings between no wheels rolling (walking mode), forward only (toddler can push forward and not risk one foot rolling away behind them), or forward and backward rolling (normal skating).

These are excellent skates for puttering around the apartment. Our son is not quite 4 yet, so he wears the skates over a pair of socks and shoes to get a snug fit. If they are being used on a hard surface like hardwood floor or parking lot, I'd recommend helmet, knee and elbow pads. Puttering around on the carpet is actually doable in these skates. You should let your child try to skate without holding onto you though, so their hands and arms are free to move around and help them keep balance- my son seemed more likely to fall while he was holding onto my arm than when he was just holding his arms out for balance. You will want to stay close to spot/catch your child if they slip an odd way on a slippery floor or stumble otherwise (it takes a bit of leg muscle/control to keep feet moving in the same direction when the skate wheels are fully unlocked), but the skates are generally sound.

He can also put them on and off by himself which is a plus for convenience and confidence.

Excellent beginner skates for small children to get comfortable moving around on skates. I'm not sure I'd bring my child out to a skating rink on these- too much traffic, but good around the house.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By hollyjo on October 12, 2011
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My 2 year old boy LOVES these skates. We have the front wheels locked and he just kind of walks around in them, but he thinks its great fun. It helps with his balance and soon we can unlock the wheels and let him go. My husband wants him to ice skate this winter (heaven help my nerves). I figured these would be a good way to introduce that activity to him. When he isn't wearing them he drives them around the house. He can even put them on himself. I think they are something that we will get long time use out of.
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30 of 37 people found the following review helpful By M. NGUYEN on November 15, 2013
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I bought these for my twin boy and girl who are turning 5 in a few weeks. These skates are the worst skates I've ever seen. I'm an expert roller skater who grew up working in a skating rink so I know what good skates are supposed to be like. Granted these were relatively cheap for around $22-25 each, but for just a little more you can buy an actual pair of quad-roller skates that have BEARINGS and real urethane wheels! These skates require that your child wears a reasonably supportive shoes and then strap these skates OVER your child's shoes. There is a velcro strap that is supposed to hold your child's shoes in place. The length of the skates can be adjusted by squeezing two little protruding plastic pins at the bottom of the soleplate. The width cannot be adjusted so if your child's shoes are too wide then you won't be able to use these skates. My kids were sized 9 and 10 in toddler's shoes and they were able to fit tightly into the skates.

There are no ball bearings on these skates and the wheels are made of cheap plastic that does not grip the floor at all. If you are skating inside a skating rink, these wheels make it almost impossible to actually skate. My kids ended up pretty much just running with them on. The so called 1-2-3 adjustable "feature" is meant to allow you to choose how much friction is applied to the front wheels of the skates by sliding a plastic tab located on the bottom of the skate near the front wheels. At level 1, the front wheels are locked by two metal plates that protrude out to touch the inside of the front wheels. At level 2, the two metal plates are slightly retracted and your child has some any ability to move the wheels.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Connie VINE VOICE on March 31, 2013
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We bought these for my four-year old boy. He is a timid child and was only theoretically interested in roller skating. I knew that as soon as he felt terra firma slip out from under him, he would immediately throw in the towel.

These skates were perfection in helping him bridge that divide between "I want to skate" and "I don't want to fall". We put them on Setting #1 (front wheels locked) and let him tromp around in the house until he felt confident. Then it was off to the tennis court where he insisted on moving the setting to #2 (front wheels roll forward but not backward). There was one initial slip and cry, but after that he started a steep but fast climb on the learning curve. He had so much fun and had no trouble figuring out how to stand himself up after falling.

We're just dipping our toes into Setting #3 (wheels roll freely) but it's been nothing but an enjoyable phase for us. Dad and I are now shopping for our own skates to make this a family affair.

I rarely give anything 5 stars, even less often with kid gear which is almost always shoddy quality. These skates, though, are A+++++.
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