Mookie Scuttlebug Dragonfly Trike Reviews
Product Type: Mookie Toys Outdoor Toy
Newest Review: ... it now (aged nineteen months) I don't think I would have bought it for him as I don't think he would have been able to play ... more
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Customer Mookie Scuttlebug Dragonfly Trike Reviews (7)
by - written on 03/08/11 (Very useful, 98 readings)
When buying gifts for my children my Mum likes to buy toys for the garden as it encourages the children to play outside and doesn't clutter up our house. When my fourth child turned one we couldn't think of anything she might need as we had so many garden toys. My Mum had been to visit my brother and noticed my nephew had a little trike that he played on inside the house but was obviously a favourite. After a quick search on the internet my Mum found the trike online and ordered one for my daughter and another for my two year old nephew. As with most things the price of these scuttlebugs varies greatly from around £18 up to around £30 at the moment (August ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/11 (Very useful, 72 readings)
These little trikes are ideal for young children and also great if you don't have much room as they are only small so are easy to store. They have three wheels which can be folded inwards so that when your little one has finished playing with this you can store it easily. The trike itself is designed to look a bit like an insect. You can buy them in different colours with different themes; a red one to look like a lady bird, this blue one which looks like a dragonfly etc. This adds a bit of character to them and makes them really interesting and appealing to young children. They come with eyes and a mouth stuck to the front, you don't have to put the stickers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/10 (Very useful, 150 readings)
I bought this for my baby's First birthday knowing that he was ready for a ride on at that age. All I can say is - WOW! The design of this ride on is Amazing - I wish it was around for my older 2 children as they had the traditionally low down wide seated variety which is by far still the most common type of rideon on the market at the moment. The problem with the low plastic variety is the baby/toddlers legs are bent at the knee with hardly any space for the child to move their legs (ie the distance from their bum to the floor means their knees are really far up off the ground and well you try moving about like that - it is hard, now trying to do it when you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/11 (Very useful, 203 readings)
Mookie scuttlebugs were a hug hit at our local mother and toddler group last year and both my girls took a shine to them without being able to actually have a go on the scuttlebug , as their was only three scuttlebugs between twenty toddlers their were loads of tantrums and tear between the children not able to share , the bikes were removed from the group so unfair. I decided to check them out online in hope to buy two of them so my girls would have a something to play with in the garden. I choose to buy the scuttlebugs from amazon for £24.99 each. I was unsure after reading the reviews on amazon however i took a chance. My girls were two years old when i bought them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/11, updated on 21/02/11 (Very useful, 106 readings)
My daughter took a shine to these trikes during the summer when she saw one at a kids party, so I decided to wait a few months until Christmas when I vowed to buy her one of her own. Big mistake! By Christmas my daughter was coming up to two and seemed to have outgrown the trike all of a sudden. With a lightweight aluminium frame, sturdy but light design, and ability to fold down and be portable, I thought the Scuttlebug would be ideal for a two-year-old, but sadly it was not to be. The age range, as far as I remember, is aged one to age three, but personally I would say one to two is much more accurate. The Scuttlebug my daughter owns is the same ... Read the complete review
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