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    Default Smart trikes

    So im thinking id like to get my ds a smart trike or similar for his 1st birthday. Which one should I get? There seem to be quite a few on the market with prices varying.

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    We got DD a Smart trike (I think it was called a cockatoo?) for her 1st birthday and she is now 5 and still rides the trike!! That thing has got to be the most used outdoor toy we have ever bought! We got it from Toys R Us for about $250 in 2011. It was the proper Smart trike brand with the good wheels and everything. I wouldn't get any of the knock off versions other brands make.

    So many more have come onto the market since then, it's overwhelming! I hope your DS loves it for as many years as our DD has 😊

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    We bought a smart trike for ds1. He loved it, but DH hates it. Ds2 uses it now and he also loves it but I paid $179 for it brand new and it definitely wasn't worth the money. The parent steering handle is pretty dodgy, the seat is supposed to have 3 settings I think but it doesn't sit upright enough for my liking, and I just think it's over priced.

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    We got our DD a smart trike target it wss $99 I saw them in the last catalogue for $69. DD loves it

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    We bought a little tikes it's great. We tried the smartrike brand in store but this just felt nicer steering wise
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    Thanks for the replies. Will check out a few at toys r us and target. Dont mind buying one on the dearer side. ...just dont want for it to fall apart after a few months time.


 

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