Peppa Pig Scooter Reviews
Newest Review: ... your child stands on and also the wheels(didn't look as if it was going to be very safe to me). Oh my god I have to assemble ... more
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Customer Peppa Pig Scooter Reviews (11)
by - written on 28/02/12 (Very useful, 97 readings)
For the small minority who haven't heart of Peppa Pig, I will fill you in. Peppa Pig is a popular children's television programme that is aimed at preschoolers and is based around a little girl pig called Peppa and her family. My daughter used to love Peppa Pig (and still enjoys it now actually) and always enjoyed zooming around on the scooters at nursery, so was thrilled to receive a Peppa Pig scooter for her third birthday! The scooter was bought as a present from a family member, so thankfully I didn't have to set it up. It comes in a box semi-assembled. I hear that it was an absolute nightmare to set up and took a while - the wheels in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/05/12 (Very useful, 46 readings)
At the time of her third birthday my daughter was a big Peppa Pig fan, so I wasn't particularly surprised when she received this scooter from her nan. Coming in a large cardboard box I assumed it was already assembled, but this isn't the case and although the actual frame of the scooter is all in one piece the more fiddly bits (annoyingly) require your attention before giving it to the excited child to play with. Once put together I was surprised, and still am, at how insubstantial this scooter is. Take away the overly large plastic 'bits' and this is actually quite a pathetic looking thing, even WITH all the 'bits' it looks tiny and as though it wouldn't be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/12 (Very useful, 68 readings)
We brought this for my daughter from Tesco for £25 we actually brought it when she was 2 as my little boys scooter was tiny when we brought it we thought that maybe this would be a smaller size too and so she would be able to use it. This scooter is recommended from 3 plus but my daughter was able to use it from 2 and the handles were the perfect height for her. It is a little different to the one in the above picture so not sure if it is a more up to date version. What is it? It is a tri scooter with 1 wheel at the front and 2 at the back to give more balance to little ones that are not as stable on 2 wheels as one which is great. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
When my daughter was at playgroup, they would regularly have bikes and scooters out for the children to play with and every time she would go straight for one of the scooters so I thought it would be a good idea to buy her one for her birthday. My auntie said she would like to buy one for her so I told her which characters she liked and left her to it. On her birthday, my daughter opened a Peppa Pig scooter - this was not one of the characters I liked, and my little girl wasn't really any longer a fan of Peppa! My daughter asked if she could have a Fifi scooter, but as it was a present I decided that we should keep the Peppa Pig one and I thought she would soon enjoy it . Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/10 (Very useful, 167 readings)
I bought this Peppa Pig scooter for my granddaughter's third birthday, her elder sister has a metal micro scooter and Hollie has been desperate for one of her own. For me it was a toss up between this Mookie branded scooter or a Disney Princesses one; Peppa won the day as she is one of my granddaughter's favourite characters, plus the scooter appeared more brightly coloured and attractive to children just past the toddler stage. Initially it seemed an excellent gift but today, less than a week later, the scooter has been packaged back up in anticipation of my son in law returning it to Argos due to the overall poor quality. The scooter came in ... Read the complete review
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