Baby Born City RC Scooter Review


Children / Thursday, May 9th, 2019

*We were gifted the Baby Born City RC Scooter for the purpose of this review. As always, all thoughts and opinions are our own.

 

With two girls in the house, our world has turned pink. They’re all about dolls, sparkles and fairies! This week though, they’ve been able to explore their inner girly rebel with the Baby Born City RC Scooter; all the pink with an added bit of edge! We’ve worked with Baby Born before, so I knew our littles would love the chance to put this scooter through its paces.

What’s is the box?

With a retail price of £29.99, the Baby Born RC Scooter has a lot of action for its money. It it a multi-directional scooter, with the ability to go backwards, forwards, left and right. It has left and right indicators, so the adults in the room know when to swerve the wheels! This scooter is suitable for dolls up to 43cm, the dolls sits on the scooter and is easily held in place by the gripped handle bars. You don’t have to worry about the scooter falling over either, it comes with stabilisers to keep it upright at all times. To make it even more fun, it comes with two sticker sheets so the kids can put their own stamp on their scooters.

 

The verdict –

Pure fun! Both of our girls loved this scooter from the word go! Our Baby Born doll is one of their favourites as it does everything from ‘drinking milk’ to ‘using the potty’, so adding a super cool remote control scooter to the mix was sure to put a smile on their faces. The controls on the remote are simple and easy for the girls to understand, making manoeuvring the scooter a breeze even for the littlest.

From my point of view, the build quality of this product is good. Let’s face it, this scooter is prone to the odd crash and it handles them well. The dolls perches perfectly on the seat and the indicators are a nice touch. On sunny days the girls take their scooter outside and it still looks like new. As ever, Baby Born have produced a product that is both fun and well made. You might need a stock pile of batteries though, once the kids get going they won’t want to leave it alone!

 

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