EVO 4-in-1 Review (Globber)

EVO 4-in-1
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What It Is

The EVO 4-in-1 is multiple products in one: ride-on, walking bike, and scooter. All of these modes plus seat height and handlebar adjustments make the EVO 4-in-1 suitable for children from 12 months all the way to 6 years.

It starts out with little ones sitting and riding while parents push them using the handlebar. This mode is ideal for ages 12 months to 15 months, and gets kids comfortable with the EVO. For slightly older toddlers, 15 months to 36 months, the parent handlebar can be removed so that the child can sit and use his legs to propel himself forward.

Then, when preschoolers are ready to zip around on their own scooter, the seat is removed and the handlebar is reinserted. There are three handlebar height settings to accommodate the growth of the child. Three wheels give kids stability for their first scooter experience. Steering the scooter involves shifting your weight left to turn left or right to turn right. There is a rear brake so kids can gradually slow down.

This is available in four colors: red, blue, green, or pink.

Is It Fun?

This is a toy that will grow with your child, and transitioning between the modes is very easy to do. The first mode is great for when mom or dad want to take a quick neighborhood stroll with baby. The subsequent modes are all about toddlers and preschoolers taking the reins, and little ones will really like riding and exploring on their own. Not that most little kids have a problem with being active, but the EVO 4-in-1's adjustability will keep them active and having fun outdoors for many years.

Who It’s For

The first two stages of EVO 4-in-1 are for ages 1 to 3 with a 44-pound weight limit. As a scooter, this can be used with children ages 3 and up, with a maximum weight limit of 110 pounds.

What To Be Aware Of

When the seat is used, the steering mechanism has to be locked, according to the instructions. By only moving forward and backward, young kids learn how to balance. But if you're a parent pushing your child in this, steering is hard.

Children should wear protective gear, such as helmets, elbow pads, and knee pads when riding.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy