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Radio Flyer My 1st Scooter

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  • 2 front wheels for maximum stabilty
  • Extra-wide base for better balance
  • Tapered base creates a clear kick path
  • Folding handle for storage and transport
  • Weight capacity 50.0-Pounds
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 24 x 27 inches ; 6.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000OWAZYU
  • Item model number: 540
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 24 months - 5 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,139 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (219 customer reviews)
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Safety Warning
WARNING: TO AVOID SERIOUS INJURY: continuous adult supervision required; never use near motor vehicles, streets, swimming pools, hills, steps, or sloped driveways. Always wear shoes when using the toy. Allow only one rider.

Product Description

Product Description

If your child wants a scooter but needs a little extra help then My First Scooter is just what you've been looking for. My First Scooter has an extra wide base and two front wheels for stable steering. The base is also cleverly tapered to give little feet plenty of room to kick. At the end of the day your child can fold down the handle for easy storage. This sturdy stable scooter will make your child feel like a pro from the very first kick. Extra wide base for maximum stability. 100 Percent assembled. Two wheels in front for stable steering. Tapered base creates a clear kick path. Ergonomic grip handle. Rear wheel cover for safety. Folds for easy storage. For ages 2 - 5 years. Body dimensions: 27" H x 24" W x 12" D. Front wheel dimension: 6" x 1". Rear wheel dimensions: 5" x 1".

From the Manufacturer

Scoot in style with this great Radio Flyer My 1st Scooter. The two front wheels provide stable steering capabilities making this a great first scooter. Design includes an extra wide base for maximum stability so you child can develop a sense of balance safely and comfortably. The rear wheel has a cover making this a safe ride. My First Scooter has a unique tapered base that provides a better kick path for kids. Your child will ride comfortably with the ergonomic grip handle. With just the push of a button the fold-down handle will hug the base making storage and portability easy.

Customer Reviews

Perfect for my 3 year old!
Emma Melone
It is too wide for a little kid (I thought that its width would make it more stable but he just hits his scooting foot on it), 2) It barely turns corners.
Mulkerin Mark
Very sturdy and easy to use.
kjd

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

128 of 135 people found the following review helpful By Jacqlyn Smith on November 22, 2007
My husband bought this scooter for my daughter who will soon be two after seeing how much she wanted to ride the neighbor kids' razors. My daughter jumped up and down with joy after seeing the toy. As soon as she got on she knew what to do. This toy is so SAFE, in comparison to any other competition! The base for the foot is almost a foot wide. Also the two wheels in front help balance our child more so than the two wheel in back ones. It is also fun for her to sit down on the center portion and us to pull her around on it. It is made out of the same plastic material as the RadioFLyer wagons, so it is really durable. It did not break when I stood on it and I weigh 140. I am pretty sure it is not cleared for that heavy of a person..but I had to try it. Overall GREAT toy! Safer than a Trike too, since she is not having to climb over the middle section..she just steps off.
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51 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Mom to SydandLogan on October 6, 2007
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I bought this for my son who just turned 2. He had been obsessed with his sister's Disney pink scooter that he never could really get going on. This is great for his age - it is really wide so he can balance fairly easily and can just take off and go!
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78 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Mulkerin Mark on November 21, 2010
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Do you have an active 2-year old? Then do not buy this scooter. Our son loves to scoot - on other kids' scooters but not this one. It looks cute, but the design is very poor. 1) It is too wide for a little kid (I thought that its width would make it more stable but he just hits his scooting foot on it), 2) It barely turns corners. You need to have a lot of room to make a turn and definitely can't do a right angle on a side walk, which actually makes it somewhat unsafe because it can fall over if he is trying to make a quick turn. It's durable, but we need to get him another one with a better design because this one is just not very functional for a little kid. Particularly for the price and Radio Flyer brand, we are very disappointed and will probably not purchase any more Radio Flyer products, no matter how cute they look. I would really like a refund.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By M.K. on June 4, 2010
The turning radius is terrible, it is unstable and difficult to steer. I wish I had not purchased one for my toddler, certainly not worth the money.
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34 of 41 people found the following review helpful By John on November 3, 2007
Son just turned 2 years old.....loves this scooter..has an older brother 3 & 1/2...has no problem scooting around due to an older brother teaching how to ride.....solid and stable scooter.
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48 of 60 people found the following review helpful By S. Van on December 31, 2009
I was so irritated by thsi scooter that I posted thsi same review to the other scooter my son does have. My mother got my 4 year old the Mini Kick scooter and my 22 month old the Radio Flyer 3 wheel scooter. First of all, after receiving the RadioFlyer one, I can say it will be the LAST RF toy I ever buy!!! Garbage garbage garbage. I had debated buying that same one for my 4 year old after the reviews and was amazed it received such good reviews. Thanks to the anonymous review who recommended the mini kick scooter while I was reading reviews of the RF scooter. First of all, the two can't be compared, not unless you're comparing a rusty bike with a cannondale. One glides like silk, the other requires a lot of strength that my 22month old doesn't have. In order to steer the kick scooter, my 4 year old only has to lean his body to the side just a bit. In order to steer the RF, my younger son has to grab both handles and firmly rotate the handles. He lacks the upper body strength and even when I'm leaning over helping him, it's a nuisance because when it does rotate, the turning radius is a joke. For right now, my younger son understands the concept of one foot on the base of the scooter and using the other foot for pushing off. He just can't execute it because as soon as he puts weight on the RF, it stops. Plus the handle bar is 2 or 3 inches higher than the Kick Scooter Handle bars. It's a big difference. He can't both hold onto the handle AND lean down to push off with the other foot. My 22mo old is 31 inches. My 4 year old is 41 inches. When my younger son plays on the Kick scooter, he can do the "glide and push" method very easily. He doesn't quite have the balance to completely control the leaning and balance to stay on it but it's so easy to use that I can see him mastering it in a few months.Read more ›
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By B. Smallwood on December 31, 2007
I just got this scooter for my two year old boy. I was not that impressed with it. It is really cute and being a radio flyer I thought that it would be really great. It is really hard to turn the front wheels. He is really good on my daughters scooter that has the one wheel in the front and two in the back. He doesn't do as well on this one like I said it is hard for him to turn it. One feature that I do like is that you can fold it up.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Roxanne K. Ong on October 13, 2009
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Love the broad base, not flimsy at all. A great first learning scooter. Also love the look, absolutely classic Americana.

Update: So I wrote the above review when I just got it. Now that I have gotten more use out of it - I am giving it 2 stars. My only trouble with this is ... the broad base actually isn't a good idea after all. This is completely counter intuitive but talk to anyone who knows physics and it makes complete sense. This is after all a 3 wheeler and what happens is the broad base causes the weight to be imbalanced and the scooter tends to tip either left or right - she has a hard time balancing it to even go forward.

I had my daughter try on a neigbor's scooter and it turns out that the thin based ones are better with balance. You are essentially using your entire foot to balance out the scooter rather than trying to cover a large base to balance - which is what this Radio Flyer one forces you to do.

So it's not a great learning scooter after all. If I could, I would have gotten a thin based one. Obviously somewhere somehow, no one at Radio Flyer was doing product testing... they should have made this a 4 wheeler or not make a broad base.
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