Huffy Disney Princess Scooter, Pink/Purple, 6-Inch Reviews

Huffy Disney Princess Scooter, Pink/Purple, 6-Inch

  • Three-wheeled scooter for riders ages 3 to 5 (up to 60 pounds)
  • Decked out in pink Disney princess theme, including handlebar streamers
  • 6-inch translucent pink polyurethane wheels
  • Skid-resistant foot plate for safe footing, steel frame for excellent durability
  • Adjustable handlebar height

Since its establishment in 1892, Huffy has been known for its tradition of producing innovative and high quality bicycle products. Since that time millions of people around the globe have enjoyed the quality and value of a Huffy bicycle and Huffy has become one of America’s most recognized bicycle brands. Give your child a ride on the fun side with this Princess-themed three-wheeled scooter from Huffy. The scooter is designed with tri-wheels for stability and balance, a skid-resistant foot plate

List Price: $ 39.99

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3 Responses to Huffy Disney Princess Scooter, Pink/Purple, 6-Inch Reviews

  1. Bryan Carey "Bryan Carey" says:
    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Training Wheel Scooter for Young Girls, August 30, 2010
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    This review is from: Huffy Disney Princess Scooter, Pink/Purple, 6-Inch (Sports)

    The Huffy Disney Princess Scooter is a steel- framed scooter designed to help youngsters get used to the scooter concept before they move on to the two- wheeled variety. This warm- up scooter features the immensely popular Disney Princess theme, making it an instant hit with young girls everywhere.

    The Huffy Disney Princess Scooter is sold disassembled with the pieces in a small box. Putting everything together isn’t too difficult, but the process would be much easier if the instructions were clearer. The instructions don’t walk you through the assembly process step by step. Instead, they show you a diagram with the different parts pulled apart from the scooter so that consumers can see what goes on first, second, third, etc. This eventually works, but it would have been much better if the instructions were step- by- step and if the images were larger.

    As for the product itself, it offers a large footplate with a no- slip design and it has a very cute appearance that young girls will love. I like the skateboard- size footplate and the sturdy, steel frame. The third wheel is nice because it keeps the scooter steady while kids learn how to ride and maneuver. Parents don’t need to worry so much that their little one will fall off- the third wheel helps keep the scooter upright while in use.

    The Huffy Disney Princess Scooter has adjustable handlebars, but adjusting the height takes a little bit of work and it is possible that some of the other parts will fall off as you make your adjustment. This is another area where the scooter deserves a small amount of criticism. One example is the flimsy plastic piece that acts as a guard and is placed over the handlebar- adjustment bolt. It doesn’t lock into place very well and is easily moved around. Then, there is the adjustment bolt itself. It is somewhat annoying to work with because there is almost no clearance space. The nut and washer that go on the end leave almost no space to thread and tighten the bolt.

    The Huffy Disney Princess Scooter is a cute, fun scooter that offers safety while preparing youngsters for the day when they decide to graduate to the two- wheeled variety. It isn’t perfect, for the reasons stated above, but it does have many good qualities and my little girl loves it. These positive qualities are reason enough to consider making this purchase for your preschool age child.

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  2. J. Clemente "smart shopper" says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    great scooter, March 23, 2010
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    J. Clemente “smart shopper” (New York, NY) –
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    I bought this for my 4yr old’s birthday and it was a hit. She’s been riding around in it constantly and can’t wait for warmer weather so she can take it to the park. I like how the base is wider than other scooters so it is easy for both her feet to get on it easily and for better balance. The material is very good quality and seems very durable. I think she will be ridign around on it for quite some time…at least until she outgrows it. Even my 17 month old loves going on a ride!

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  3. F. Trembath "fleafly" says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Cute but not practical, December 29, 2011
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    F. Trembath “fleafly” (West Lafayette, IN) –
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    This review is from: Huffy Disney Princess Scooter, Pink/Purple, 6-Inch (Sports)

    This scooter is really adorable, but not as practical as I would like. The 3 wheel scooter design seems like it would be more stable, but since 2 wheels are in the back it is actually more difficult for kids to ride. My daughter kept crashing this scooter, but was doing fine on my son’s radio flyer scooter. I watched her ride both & realized it was because the radio flyer has 2 wheels in front & 1 in back, while this scooter has 1 wheel in front & 2 in back. She had to reach her foot out around the back wheels to be able to push this scooter and as a result kept getting it off balance & crashing. She is too big for a radio flyer scooter, so we got her a 2 wheel Razor Sweat Pea & she is doing great with it. My advice is to pass on this one even though it is adorable. For little ones I would get a scooter with 2 wheels in the front like the radio flyer & for older kids get a 2 wheel scooter.

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