Argos Smart Trike with Sun Roof Reviews
Product Type: Argos Outdoor Toy
Description:Brand: Argos / Type: Toy Ride-ons / Adjustable seat with safety belts. Press-out clutch for pedal power or free wheeling whilst the parent pushes, to prevent child's feet from injury. Steel construction, especially strong and thick to ensure extra stability. ... more
Newest Review: ... her corrected age is actually 10 months and she can use this comfortably. When your baby is there are plastic bars around the ... more
Customer Argos Smart Trike with Sun Roof Reviews (9)
by - written on 02/10/07 (Useful, 2070 readings)
I bought the pink smart trike for my daughters first birthday in July 2007, and to start with I was really pleased because it was pink and girlie, and seemed safe and age-approprate for my baby. The first and second time that I used it all went well and my daughter seemed really happy in it. On the third occasion - which was 10 days after purchasing - we were returning from the shops, and on turning the parent handle to the left, it came off in my hand, tipping the trike over, and resulting in my 12month old baby daughter ending up in A&E with severe bleeding from the mouth, lacerations to the gums around her front teeth, and cuts and bruises to her ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/12 (Very useful, 123 readings)
I bought the purple version of this trike for my daughter first birthday. It cost me 49.99 with free delivery from amazon.co.uk. It arrived 3 days later via courier. I took my husband around 20 minutes to put this trike together, it wasn't difficult at all but there was a lot of pieces and obviously he had to make sure it was sturdy. The instruction manual that came with it was pretty comprehensive and you can't really go wrong. The smart trike is suitable from 10 months to 36 months. People who have read my reviews previously will know that Amelia was born 3 months prematurely so her corrected age is actually 10 months and she can use this comfortably. When your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/10, updated on 26/06/10 (Very useful, 199 readings)
**Introduction** I bought the pink version of this trike with the sunroof for my daughter when she became 1 year old, it cost me 90 Euros/80 Pounds. At that time she could only sit on the chair with the use of the pink side bars, to make sure she didn't fall out. The trike came with a fake plastic cell phone that doesn't make any fun sound, it just beeps a lot and I took out the batteries immediately because I went coo-coo. There are straps stuck on the back of the bike's seat, so you can make sure your child isn't going to move around too much. But I hardly used those straps because my daughter became very cranky when I locked her in these straps. When my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/09 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I've just bought the more basic version of this trike (the no sun roof version) for my 1 year old. I think the design must have been improved since earlier reviews as the parent handle seems very secure to me as long as it is locked into place properly. I find the trike very sturdy with a metal frame and good solid plastic seat, handle bars etc. I am also pleased with the seat belt as this has a between the legs strap as well as the strap that goes around the waist so the little rider is firmly attached to the seat. When I was looking for a trike I found very few had seat belt straps at all and I think this is a very important safety ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/09 (Very useful, 121 readings)
I bought this Smart Trike for my son for his birthday present and it is fantastic! It is designed to be suitable from around 10 months old through to the toddler years and I believe it can do this easily. It has a fairly comfortable looking seat with a harness, and a plastic surround which you use for the younger child to ensure they can't fall off the trike and hurt themselves. The removable parent handle is a godsend and works brilliantly. I was a bit dubious as to whether or not it would actually turn the trike but it does with ease. There are both pedals for when the child can pedal themselves and a footrest for the younger child. The trike ... Read the complete review
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