Kettler Kettrike Oceana Children's Tricycle, Blue
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- Easily explore with your little one, on a sturdy Kettler tricycle that features a low center of gravity to help prevent tipping.
- Get a worry-free tricycle, safely travel anywhere with smooth-rolling synthetic tires and parental control steering lock system.
- Enjoy years of comfortable rides with Quick-Adjust telescoping frame that adjusts to your child’s size.
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Take your little one for a ride on this Kettrike Oceana trike.
Let little Henry accompany you down the street with the Kettrike Oceana tricycle from Kettler. Sporting a five-position Quick-Adjust frame with an easy step-through S-frame design, the trike starts small but can grow in small increments right along with your child (within reason, of course). The trike's synthetic MaxXtread tires, meanwhile, roll smoothly down the street to create a quiet, stress-free ride. Perhaps the coolest feature for parents, however, is the parental control steering lock system, which locks the handlebars in place when you're using the pushbar.
The trike also enhances your child's safety by offering a low center of gravity and a device that limits the turn radius, which helps prevent your child from careening out of control or tipping around a corner. Other details include a four-position, adjustable, ergonomic high-back seat with a handhold; a high carbon-steel frame with a fade-resistant polyester powder-coated finish; and oversized, slip-resistant pedals. Tandem adaptable, the Oceana measures 25 inches wide by 21 inches tall.
Safety WarningWARNING Adult supervision required. Never use near steps, slopes,driveways, hills, roadways, alleys or swimming-pool areas.
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The Kettler is just built so much better, there is no comparison. One of our Radio Flyer's is the Deluxe Steer & Stroll. It's a bear to push, a bear to turn (for the parent using the push bar *or* the child using the handlebars), and is hard for my child (2.5 y.o.) to pedal. The construction quality is much poorer as well. We also have a smaller Radio Flyer. My daughter always tips that one over when she tries to turn, so I'm going to get rid of it -- it's a hazard!
Get the Kettler -- it's sturdy, rides and steers smoothly, and is very easy for me to push. I don't miss the parent navigation feature at all, I am able to turn it fine by "popping a wheelie" as a prior reviewer put it, and turning the trike in the direction I want. Assembly was not 100% intuitive, but we managed.
My daughter is almost 2 and loves it. She is pretty able to keep her feet on the moving pedals, though I try to push slowly so she can keep them on well enough. It is a sturdy trike as well. I spent a lot of time going over the pros and cons of all the different trikes available, and, so far, I'm glad I chose this one. I think it's a good value for the cost. Though I should mention that we've only had it a week, so I can't speak to it's quality long-term. I'm hoping that it will hold up enough for the second child to use it when big enough.
As far as features are concerned you have a parent steering pole that clicks in behind the seat and allows you to essentially dictate where your child can go. You do this by locking the front wheel from turning by moving a the mechanism on the front of the frame that either allows the wheels to turn up to 45 degrees or locks it into a straight line. It's easy to change since you slide the switch up or down on the front of the frame. The seat is high back seat and you can adjust how close it is and you can also adjust the frame closer or further apart. The wheels are rubber like and wide which gives it very good stability and along with the 45 degree max turn radius you don't have to worry about your toddler toppling over. You can also buy a tandem seat as well which the frame is built to accommodate and allows to young ones to ride together. Finally for first time riders this does not have the feature that allows them to coast and the pedals won't move. Frankly you don't want that for a first time trike as this will definitely pro-long the child's understanding that pedaling is how you move it.
Bottome line- this is the best trike you can get and has all the features you would want for a first time rider. It's safe, its built like a tank and will last for years.