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Smart Trike Dream 4-in-1 Trike- Red

product code: 134654

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Smart Trike Dream 4-in-1 Trike- Red
Smart Trike Dream 4-in-1 Trike- Red
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The Smart Trike Dream 4-in-1 is a fun trike that grows with your child, converting from a secure baby tricycle to an independent trike. The Dream model features new additions such as a padded long back support, fold-in pedals and new super swivel wheel technology ultra-manoeuvrability.

Quick facts:

-Exclusive Touch Steering with super swivel wheel technology
-Includes canopy to keep your little one in the shade
-Sport tech shock absorbing wheels
-Built-in suspension
-Made with a steel frame
-Fold-in pedals for ride-on mode
-Converts from a secure baby trike into an independent tricycle
-Easy switch from parent Touch Steering to allowing your child to be in control
-1 minute "click" assembly
-Includes extra long padded back support, toy phone, bottle holder and new handlebar clutch for quick conversion between modes
-A 4-in-1 trike which is suitable from 10 months

Great for your child's development:

Riding a trike is a brilliant way to strengthen little legs and practise balancing skills for a bike later on in life. The 4-in-1 Vanilla Smart Trike takes your little one from ride along stage to beyond, as it transforms from a parent-steered ride along to a classic pedal trike that your child can use all by themselves. As your little one gets pedalling and steering, it's also a great way to get some exercise.

ELC star quality:

The Dream manoeuvres like a stroller for a smooth drive, with the lightest touch you can push the trike in the direction you wish to go. The pedals also fold inwards to protect your little one's feet as they cruise along in parent control mode. When your little one is ready to take control, it's quick to convert the trike to allow them to steer all by themselves, and pedal themselves along.

What you need to know:

Stage 1: At 10 months your baby can safely use the foot rest and high-back support.
Stage 2: At 18 months the seat converts while parents can still push and control the trike. Your baby can enjoy the ride while developing confidence, balance & motor skills.
Stage 3: At 24 months it becomes a training trike, where your little one learns to pedal.
Stage 4: At 30 months, remove parent handle, switch navigator button and the product becomes an independent trike that your little one can pedal by themselves.

How does this help my child ?

  • Imagination
    Imagination

    This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their imagination.

  • Physical Development
    Physical Development

    This toy helps your child develop coordination, balance and strength.

Here's a list of the questions other shoppers have asked owners of the Smart Trike Dream 4-in-1 Trike- Red

  1. Amy asked on
    I want to put the trike at stage 3 for my 2 year old son but how do I attach the seat belt once the back rest has been removed? Thanks in advance!
    1. Shelley replied on
      Hi, I'm sorry I've only just bought the trike for my 10 month old so haven't got to that stage yet, I'll no doubt be asking questions too when I do! Sorry I can't help
  2. Ma asked on
    Thanks Joanna and joia87 for your replies. I got the black and white now.. That's look smart
    1. Fode replied on
      Please can you see a picture in added photo?
      thank you

  3. Ma asked on
    is it for unisex?
    1. Joanna replied on
      Yes i would say so...its red and black
    2. Joia87 replied on
      It could be unisex, depends on preference tho I wouldnt buy it for a boy.
  4. Angela asked on
    Is the trike suitable to go on grass, or pavements only- do you think?
    1. Tracy replied on
      Hi Angela, trike is suitable for all sorts. We have even taken ours off road so to speak across fields and along the walkway by the beach and had no problems although a bit bumpy!
    2. Sarah replied on
      I've taken the trike on the grass and it's fine. All I would say is that it is very lightweight which affects the centre of gravity when it's on bumpy terrain particularly when in the first mode (10 months).
  5. shabir asked on
    do the paddles fold. How.
    1. Melanie replied on
      The peddles do not fold away. There are foot rests that fold away but the peddles are always there.
    2. Rachel replied on
      When you 1st get the trike it's pedals are folded away, and you have the foot rest in the centre of the trike which also is folded away. That come down, my self I have find I have put the pedals down far too early than needed, because my little girl can't reach them just yet. Once the pedals are down I have found I can't get them back up again.!
    3. Sylvia replied on
      The pedals fold but not flush with the wheels there's a bit of a knack to it, sound ls strange but the pedals have to be the right way round to fold down and then bring back up, to fold down you squeeze them and fold to pull back up you loft the folded part of the pedal, as I said before this only works if the pedal os the right way up.
  6. lynette asked on
    i bought my son a trike for christmas and only using for the first time today, due to the weather. the front wheel does not stay on. I took him out in it got out into my street for it to fall off. It doesnt seem to click in to stay in. Please can you tell me whats happened?
    1. Tina replied on
      My daughter had a similar issue, Mothercare were excellent and replaced for new - were are yet to assemble. However, when we took our in, they did say some people were not assembling correctly - but we had. My advice would be to take it for them to look at.

      They did put the front wheel again and physically tried to pull it out and it seemed ok but we put my granddaughter in it in the shop and went to push it and it came back off. So I would test in the shop if they manage to fix it.


  7. Steven asked on
    Does the handle control the front wheel?
    1. Jamie replied on
      Yes, you just steer it like a stroller. Once your child wants to steer independently you can switch the control over to them.
    2. Emma replied on
      Yes it does.when child is ready you press a small button on wheel so it can be steered by the child.
  8. Harmesh asked on

    Would you say the design is unisex? Or does it seem more aimed at girls?
    1. Clive replied on
      Well I purchased it for my grandson, my son liked the red, no I think it is unisex
delivery & returns

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Normally delivered within 5 working days (exclusions apply including postcode restrictions and extended timescales). Exceptional delivery circumstances beyond our control such as bad weather or courier delays may cause your order to take longer to deliver.

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Delivery within 2 working days to UK mainland addresses. Regrettably this service is unavailable for deliveries to Northern Ireland.

Click and Collect Delivery

Collect from your local store. This service is available in the UK only.Please be advised that we will hold your order for a maximum of 7 days, after which time your order will be returned to our warehouse

UK returns

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