What It Is
The QuickSmart Scuttlebug is a bug-shaped folding tricycle. There are no pedals, so toddlers use their feet to push themselves along. The tricycle can be used outside, but its quiet, non-scratch wheels can also be used indoors on tiles or floorboards. The Scuttlebug has front-wheel steering for easy maneuverability.
In a few steps, parents can fold up the Scuttlebug for easy storage or transport. Just turn over the Scuttlebug, pull the lever, and fold down the front wheel. Then pull up on the rear wheel latches to release them and fold them forward.
The Scuttlebug is available in four colors: pink, blue, red, and yellow. Each is sold separately.
Is It Fun?
The QuickSmart Scuttlebug is a cute, basic ride-on designed to help toddlers develop pushing and steering skills as they ride and explore the world around them. The Scuttlebug is easy for kids to move and steer, which they'll emjoy as they develop their muscle skills.
Who It’s For
The QuickSmart Scuttlebug is for ages 1–3. The maximum weight limit is 44 pounds.
What To Be Aware Of
The Scuttlebug comes fully assembled, but when you take it out of the package, parents must unfold it and check it before use.
Wearing safety equipment, such as a helmet, is recommended at all times. Direct adult supervision is also recommended at all times.
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