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Little Tikes Pillow Racers - Turtle
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- Soft, washable sit on pillow character
- Character easily detaches from the base and can be used as a cuddly pillow
- Can be used seated or on one's tummy
- Four caster wheels allow easy, quick turns
- Easy grip handle attaches to the base to provide extra stability for riders
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Little Tikes has taken the best parts of riding toys, stuffed animals, and pillows and combined them in one toy--The Pillow Racer. The racer features a soft pillow turtle that your toddler can sit on and ride with an easy-grip handle for stable 360-degree turns on the four caster wheels. The plush pillow is washable and can easily be removed from the racer body for snuggling at naptime.
Soft Turtle Character
This Pillow Racer features a soft turtle character that sits on top of the racer body for scooting around. The turtle pillow easily attaches to the racer body with Velcro. Children can sit or lie on their tummies to ride.
Detachable, Washable, and Cuddly Pillow
Detach the pillow character and it is ready to be cuddled during naptime or at bedtime. You can hand wash the pillow when it gets dirty.
Be Safe and Stable with the Easy-Grip Handle
The easy-grip steering handle attaches to the base to provide extra stability for little riders. They can hold on while they are being pushed or push themselves along with their feet.
Make 360-Degree Turns on Four Caster Wheels
The Pillow Racer rolls on four caster wheels that firmly attach to the base of the racer and allow for 360-degree turns and spins. The Pillow Racer is not to be used on or near steps, hills, roadways, or inclines.
Assembly and Design
Adults can assemble the Pillow Racer in about five to ten minutes without any tools. Our testers found the plastic body and steering handle strong and stable. The caster wheels are similar to the ones commonly found on an office chair. The character is made of soft polyester fiber.
The Pillow Racer won the 2012 Good Housekeeping Best Toys and 2012 Parent's Choice Approved awards.
What's in the Box
Pillow character, base, steering handle, four wheels, and instructions.
At a Glance:
- Soft pillow turtle character
- Character easily detaches from base and can be used as a cuddly pillow
- Easy-grip handle attaches to base to provide stability
- Pillow is hand washable
- Four caster wheels allow easy 360-degree turns
- 18 to 36 months
- Up to 50 pounds
- Adult assembly
From the Manufacturer
Top Customer Reviews
She drives like daddy, on hand on the handel and a sippy cup in the other. except i have water or soda instead of juice or milk.
She takes this all over the house. Carpet or tile. If she goes somewhere on the first floor of my house, she is scooting around on this.
She is 3 now but still uses this and im surprised its held together. I would get this for any toddler.
It is easy for them to sit on and handle around. Super light so if they get stuck or something they can pick it up and move it.
Great price, sturdy, nice green color - Good buy!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very sturdy and can take a beating lol. My kids loved this. The stuffing does go flat in the top pretty quickly though. Still worth it :)Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Expensive for the quality, but very cute for a little boy.Published 13 months ago by Lynne M. Steele
BEst gift for toddler..... durable--it got used and used and used; hours of enjoyment, then was passed on to a younger sibling. Read morePublished 21 months ago by penelope Zielinski
i found the turtle hard for little ones to straddle as it is very wide. There is no stopper on it and it rolls while they try to get on. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Margo Jensen
I read all of the reviews and thought my son would really like this. I knew he was on the older side but people said their 4 year olds loved it so I thought my 2 1/2 year old... Read morePublished on February 3, 2014 by Diane in CA