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Smart Trike Vanilla 4-in-1 - Blue

product code: 137772

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was £59.99
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age range: 10 months - 36 months

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Smart Trike Vanilla 4-in-1 - Blue
Smart Trike Vanilla 4-in-1 - Blue
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product information

The Smart Trike Vanilla 4-in-1 is a fun trike that grows with your child, converting from a secure baby tricycle to an independent trike.

Quick facts:

-Includes exclusive Touch Steering
-Double injection wheels for comfort
-Comes with a coordinating printed protective canopy and material bag
-Made with a steel frame
-Converts from a secure baby trike into an independent tricycle
-Easy switch from parent Touch Steering to allowing your child to be in control
-Manoeuvres like your stroller
-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 Vanilla manoeuvres like a stroller for a smooth drive, with the lightest touch you can push the trike in the direction you wish to go. When your little one is ready to be in control, the navigator button on the mudguard lets you to easily switch from parent Touch Steering™ to allowing them free reign around the park or garden.

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 ?

  • Instils confidence
    Instils confidence

    This toy helps your child feel secure and happy, and enjoy good self-esteem.

  • 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 Vanilla 4-in-1 - Blue

  1. Danrong asked on
    Is there any warranty come with this product?
    1. Sandra replied on
      No
    2. Jayne replied on
      No there isn't
  2. suzanne asked on
    How do you lock the front wheel ? when pushing this along it seems veer to either side and we have to stop pushing and move the handle bars to the straight position before we can move it forward again.
    1. Patricia replied on
      You can't lock it but can change it from child control, ie handle bars move wheel , to parental control where handle bars can be pulled about but wheel stays pretty straight.
      Is a button on the wheel, instructions (although naff) in the pamphlet
      Hope that helps.
  3. Julie asked on
    What are the dimensions of this trike when set up for the 1st stage pls (for 10m+). Would like to see if it fits our outside storage unit
    1. shamim replied on
      I'm not sure as it is my grandchild's, but my daughter likes transporting it between her house and ours. As my car is only a saloon, we just take the handle off, and other bits if required. We don't find taking off a few pieces as necessary. But once the trike is put together it is very stable.
    2. Tara replied on
      Hello its base is about 33" from front wheel to the end of the trunk at the back. If you measure from the ground to the top of the handle its about 44" but if you take the handle of which is very simple to do the trike is about 33" tall. Hope this helps. You can always go and see the trike out in the store :)

  4. Jan asked on
    We live in a tiny village where the pavements are quite stony and not that smooth, does this tric do ok on rougher terrain?
    1. Hannah replied on
      It's not brilliant on rougher terrain as the wheels are hard plastic.
      On uneven pavements it's very loud! The wheels are quite big though, so they would physically move on rough terrain, but it might be a bit of a bumpy ride!
  5. vicki asked on
    Hello does the trike fold up for easy storage?
    1. Gemma replied on
      Hi.
      No it doesn't, the handle comes off but that's it.
  6. Julie asked on
    I'm wanting to buy this for my baby girl but having read the reviews there seems to be a lot of negativity about the parent steering. Is there an issue with this?
    1. Jackie replied on
      Hi Julie, we haven't had any problems at all. The front wheel has a button you press to enable you to turn it round one way for the parent to steer & the other way for the child to steer. I've even been running up & down the hall & kitchen & it steers perfectly well. Hope this answers your question.
    2. Sarah replied on
      I've found the steering very easy, we go to the park at least 3 times a week on the trike and have no issues with steering, sometimes they have the trikes built in store if you phone your local store you may be able to try it.
  7. Lisa asked on
    How do you lock the front wheels ,so that the parent steers
    1. Gemma replied on
      Hi, they don't lock as far as I'm aware! My son is at t point he can't quite reach pedals so I fully steer! Soon as he can reach pedals he will steer and il hold just to keep on track! If I'm honest there was something on the instructions but me and my partner couldn't quite figure it out xx
  8. kate asked on
    Does the parent handle come off to get it into the car? It looks quite bulky for the boot
    1. melissa replied on
      Hi
      Yes the pole easily clips off allowing you to put it in a boot. It's what turns it from a parent controlled item into just a toddler trike with no handle.
      Really simple, there's a little clip that pops out (stays attached so you don't lose it) and you just pull out the pole.
      I highly recomend this item my son loves it and it is lightweight and better than a buggy!
delivery & returns

This product is available for:

Standard Delivery

Normally delivered within 3-5 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.

Express Delivery

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

ELC are happy to refund or exchange any unused merchandise returned within 28 days of purchase upon production of your receipt, as long as they are returned in an unused condition and in their original packaging. Please see Terms and Conditions for details. This does not affect your rights if the product is faulty or mis-described.

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