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With its cool look and easy steering and maneuverability, your tot will have a blast cruising along the pavement on the Ybike Glider. It also features an extra-wide, two-piece deck complete with safety grips to prevent slipping and a wide wheel design, that together make for a super-smooth ride.
Why it's a giggle pick We love that this innovative scooter doesn't just look cool, but is also smartly designed to be easy-to-use and fun -- the perfect combo for encouraging your little one to keep active.See Full Details
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Materialplastic, aluminum, urethane
Dimensions27" x 12" x 12"
Age3 - 6 Years
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Myfirst Excellent! Recommend it! I have done very details research about Ybike vs. Mini Kick for my 2 year old boy. There is NO review re Ybike Glider; this product just came out in July, so I have visited store to check out both products in person, I even called Ybike. There are pro and con about both Ybike & Mini Kick, I end up purchased Ybike (green one) based on following: Ybike - base board is wider, has rubber on top of board (so less chance for little kid to slip out of glider) & seem construct more solid (less likely to break vs. Mini Kick). A MAJOR factor of my buying decision. Ybike - bigger and stronger/robbery grip (even at end of handle bar) vs. Mini Kick. Not a major factor to me. Ybike- 3rd wheel at back is wider (about equivalent of 2 wheels combined of Mini Kick, Mini Kick has only 1 wheel behind). This is another MAJOR reason why I choose Ybike since it does feel more sturdy (on top of wider board). There is one major CON & concern about Ybike thus- its WEIGHT. Ybike is about 7 pounds (I physically measure product itself (vs. Mini Kick is only about 5 pounds according to product description). Mini Kick does feel alot lighter. Regardless, my 2 year old boy (36" talll & 27 pounds) does not seem have problem of pick up Ybike and turn it around. My boy got on it and rode no problem on the first day; he looks "nature"! I am happy with my choice so far; it has been about 3 wks now. I give it 4 stars just cuz of its weight. I hope my review helps you to determine what's the best product for your need. August 16, 2011
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