HOMCOM Teen Push Scooter Kids Children Stunt Scooter Bike Bicycle Ride On 12″ EVA Tyres

£57.99

  • ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT: The fully adjustable handlebar can fit various height need, the handle height can be adjusted from 80cm to 88cm, allows this scooter to grow as your child does!
  • SAFETY BRAKING: The rear wheel with brake, can quickly stop the scooter when necessary, further enhance the safety. Suitable for kids age over 5 years old.
  • STURDY & SAFE: The frame made of steel, make the scooter sturdy and stable. And two 12'' foam wheels with plastic disk ensures smooth and safe scooting.
  • NON-SLIP FOOTPLATE: Large foot plates with non-slip surface ensures the safety when scooting. And the included bracket can prevent damage caused by falling when parking.
  • DIMENSIONS: Overall Size: 120L x 52W x 80-88H cm, Foot Plate Size:32L x11W cm.

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Product Description

This scoot­er gives stunt scoot­ers a whole new style with its retro frame and 12″ tyres. Fit­ted rear V brake gives all those tricks that extra sta­bil­i­ty as well as being able to safe­ly stop. The large foot­plate also allows the rid­er to be com­fort­able when pulling those all impor­tant stunts off.

Fea­tures:

  • Avail­able in Blue, Red, Black and Pink.
  • Heavy duty steel frame and foot plate. With Side stand
  • Height adjustable han­dle bars (80–88cm.)
  • V‑Type Rear Brakes gives all those tricks that extra sta­bil­i­ty as well as being able to safe­ly stop.
  • Max­i­mum weight up to 100kg. Suit­able for ages 5+.
  • Com­ply with EN14619, CE AND EN71 Standards.
  • It’s flat-packed and assem­bly required, but with an instruction.

Safe­ty note:

  • We believe that safe­ty is always the top pri­or­i­ty. There­fore please note that:
  • Appro­pri­ate pro­tec­tive equip­ment and cloth­ing must be worn at all times
  • Chil­dren must be ful­ly super­vised by an adult at all times

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Specification:

  • Brand new in good condition.
  • Colour: Blue/ Red/Black /Pink.
  • Over­all Dimensions:120(L)x52(W)x80-88cm(H)
  • Deck Size: 32(L)x11cm(W)
  • Height from deck to floor:11cm
  • 12″ tyres:EVA
  • Max­i­mum weight capacity:100kg
  • Cus­tom Label:53–0018(Black)
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Additional information

Weight 6.7 kg
Dimensions 88 × 16 × 45 cm
Age range

Adult

Brake type

Rear Braking

Color

Black

Size

120Lx52Wx65-75cmH

Frame material

Alloy Steel

Material Type

Alloy Steel

Wheel size

12 Inches

Batteries included

No

Brand

HOMCOM

Maximum weight capacity

100 Kilograms

Department

Children

Item model number

UK53-00180331

Product Dimensions

88 x 16 x 45 cm; 6.7 Kilograms

ASIN

B00OTHONUI

Date First Available

21 Oct. 2014

Manufacturer

HOMCOM, MH STAR UK LTD

Reviews

  1. Kevin McIn­tyre

    Don’t buy it, six months of use and bro­ken and war­ran­ty is 6 monthsUpdate 6 months in and the font wheel bear­ings are not work­ing. Real­ly poor, sell­er has informed me war­ran­ty is only six months. Images added for the scoot­er wheel, where you can see the bearings.Bought this for our son. It is seri­ous­ly stur­dy scoot­er. But it is let down by not the prod­uct itself but the out of box expe­ri­ence.- the instruc­tions were not in Eng­lish, it seems the Ger­man ones were repeat­ed twice.- assem­bling the brake was not straight­for­ward (as I have not done this for a long time on a bike- the pro­vid­ed tool was not real­ly up to the job- the expe­ri­ence would be so much bet­ter if the rear wheel was already fit­ted­So here are the instruc­tions for assem­bly.- The pro­vid­ed uni­ver­sal bike span­ner is very cheap. It will do all the nuts, but you will find the 10mm ones (brakes) dif­fi­cult. If you have to adjust the brakes as your scoot­er came with the rear wheel not fit­ted then this span­ner will be impos­si­ble to use to tight­en the brake cable ten­sion­er.- The wheel nuts need a 15mm span­ner, the han­dle­bar and nuts for the brake 10mm, the han­dle­bar hex is 5mm- Remove all the pack­ag­ing and bub­ble wrap- Remove the plas­tic bars on the forks and the black nut cov­ers on the wheels- Sug­gest you start with the han­dle bars- Loosen the han­dle­bar nut, oth­er­wise you will not be able to get the han­dle­bars in- Put the han­dle­bar nut cov­er onto the hand­bar nuts before insert­ing the han­dle bars.- Remove the end cap from the han­dle bars and insert into the base (don’t both­er tight­en­ing until you have the tyres on- Turn the scoot­er so it is rest­ing on its han­dle­bar and back fork- To adjust the han­dle bar so it is inline with the wheel stand make sure the nut is done up enough to stop the han­dle­bar being com­plete­ly loose.- Then stand Infront of the scoot­er with your feet either side of the wheel.- Then the han­dle bar until it looks straight com­pared to the wheel, ie the wheel should be at 90 degrees to the han­dle­bar- Tight­en the nut and out the cov­er over it.- Add both tyres, you may need to losen the nuts to get them on the forks (the tab wash­er and nut go on the out­side of the fork), remem­ber to insert the tab wash­er into the hole on the forks before tight­en­ing the nuts- The wheel should be in the cen­tre of the fork, so tight­en alter­nate­ly each side of the fork if need­ed.- You may need to adjust the brakes at the end- Once both wheels are on turn the scot­ter over and pull out the kick stand- You will need to adjust the brakes and move them to where the user wants them. The screw stick­ing out the side of the brake is to pull in the brake towards the han­dle bar (good for dif­fer­ent size hands)- You will need a 10mm span­ner and maybe a pli­ers.  to adjust the brakes undo the cable nut near the rear wheel slight­ly.- Then squeeze the brakes togeth­er with your hand so they are just off the wheel rim- With the oth­er hand do up the nut until tight- The cable should feel much more ten­sion and the brake should now stop the wheel even when pushed.- Tight­en the brake on the han­dle bar with a 5mm hex tool and adjust the brake han­dle ten­sio­n­ior if needed.

  2. Vivjr­ka

    Unsafe scoot­er — do not buyFirst of all the instruc­tions are not in Eng­lish. You will nev­er know if you assem­ble it accord­ing to the man­u­fac­ture require­ments and who will guar­an­tee that what­ev­er you do it is safe. I could not find where it states that the scoot­er com­plies with safaty reg­u­la­tions of any coun­try. I hope the sell­er will pro­vide. As you can see on the pho­to, tipex was used to hide the real weight capac­i­ty of the scoot­er. It is vis­i­ble, it was 64kg, and 100 kg just writ­ten in pen. I am 65kg and when I step on the scoot­er, the plat­form bends. We tried, my friends tried to tune the breaks — they do not work. When my 9 years old using it press­ing the break — it just slow­ing the speed a bit you need to jump off to stop it. When I step on it the break is not exis­tent. I would nev­er let me child use this scoot­er. I hope the sell­er will take respon­si­bil­i­ty now by col­lect­ing and pro­ceed­ing with the refund asap. And makes sure they are sell­ing a safe prod­uct. I even do not want to start the upset it caused because all of this.

  3. Bea­ta W.

    Best cus­tomer ser­vice ever! Thank you!My 6 year old loves it, looks great (bit like a motor­bike) which makes ever cooler.We had slight prob­lem with the wheel, but the cus­tomer ser­vice we received was best we ever had! Sim­ple, quick and very nice to deal with. I can high­ly rec­om­mend this prod­uct and the cus­tomer ser­vice was spot on! Thank you was sort­ing prob­lem out so quick­ly and kind­ly. Will shop again!

  4. Lisa law­ton

    Bril­liantWas easy to put togeth­er. My instruc­tions did­n’t have Eng­lish but. It was that sim­ple u did­n’t need to read instruc­tions. In my opin­ion. It very stur­dy. My hus­band has rode it. He 6ft. It def­i­nite­ly worth the price I paid for it. Awsome kids scoot­er in my opinion

  5. julia

    Stur­dy but be pre­pared to build.Night­mare to build xmas eve. Luck­i­ly had hus­band to sort it along with his tool box. Needs two peo­ple to assem­ble due to brakes hav­ing to be insert­ed and fixed whilst being worked? You have one tool which does not help build the brakes.Stitching also ripped around han­dle bar padding but sell­er has resolved this.Overall a chuncky, stur­dy scoot­er great for uneven terrain.

  6. LYLE GREER

    Extreme­ly poor qual­i­tyDef­i­nite­ly don’t feel safe allow­ing my kids on these poor qual­i­ty scoot­ers and sell­er wants me to pay return postage which is 6 X the price I orig­i­nal­ly paid for postage 🤷🏻‍♂️ so will just dis­pose of them so not to be more out of pock­et return­ing them.

  7. Ama­zon Customer

    Stur­dyWell made great for my 2 grand­sons they were thrilled very stur­dyRec­om­mend them good value

  8. Ken­neth Yeo

    A good qual­i­ty prod­uctBought two of these as presents for our Grand­chil­dren. Easy to assem­ble (Tool pro­vid­ed) Slight prob­lem clear­ing the bub­ble wrap from the item. A well made scoot­er that should be able to with­stand rough treat­ment and lots of use. Hap­py to rec­om­mend this item to others.

  9. john mccabe

    Safe and soundThe assem­bly instruc­tions were all for­eign no Eng­lish at all so need to be good at diy oth­er than that good scooter

  10. Adam

    Great prod­uct.It is a great prod­uct for the mon­ey. How­ev­er, there were no Eng­lish instruc­tions. Luck­i­ly, it isn’t hard to fig­ure out how to assem­ble. The brakes need­ed a lot of adjust­ment, but again, it was easy enough to do. I sus­pect it is meant to be that way though to make fit­ting the rear wheel easier.

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