Kinderfeets Tiny Tot - Makii

$ 109.95
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SKU: KINDERFT-TT16
Kinderfeets Tiny Tot is a 2-in-1 bike that easily converts from a tricycle to a 2-wheel balance bike!
 
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Designed for "tiny tots" ages 12 to 24 months, Kinderfeets Tiny Tot starts off as a tricycle and when ready it easily converts into a 2-wheel balance bike.

It's the smallest 2-in-1 balance bike on the market! 

One-year-olds can start with the Tiny Tot as a trike. With three wheels they can easily start to learn how to use their feet to get moving. When a parent feels their child is ready, the Tiny Tot easily converts from a trike to a 2-wheel balance bike.

The Low step-through frame places children's feet closer to the ground so they feel safe. The 7-inch tires are extra wide base, great for driving comfort and easy balance. The tires are made of biodegradable rubber. The riding experience is similar to that of a pneumatic tire, but without flats. 

 

Two for the price of one, the Kinderfeets Tiny Tots 2 in 1 Balance Bike is not only great bang for your buck, it’s also the perfect solution for tiny tots wanting to get in on some wheely awesome fun! 

- Babyology

 

Features:

  • Adjustable, cushioned seat - height 22.5 to 29.5 cm
  • Handle-bar grips feature hand protection bumpers
  • Patented Dutch inspired, low, step-through frame which places children's feet closer to the ground so they feel safe
  • Easy converts from a tricycle to a 2-wheel balance bike
  • Child-safe, water based blackboard paint provides a reusable canvas for children to exercise their creativity
  • Made from sustainable birch wood, from a replenishable source.
  • For children from 12 to 24 months
  • Some assembly is required

Note: Best not leave or store the Kinderfeet Tiny Tot outside. It is protected by a lacquer veneer coating; however, as it is made of wood, it is susceptible to damage caused by long-term exposure to the elements.

 

How to ride a balance bike

Sitting on the Kinderfeets, kids first walk the bike forward. As they go faster, they stride with feet off the ground for longer periods of time, ultimately being able to pull both feet off the ground and coast with their feet on the pedals.

At first, they tilt to one side or the other and their feet catch them like training wheels. Very quickly, balance becomes second nature and they can coast with their feet on the pedals. Braking is done by putting both feet down to stop.