LaScoota 2-in-1 Kids Kick Scooter, LaScoota 2-in-1 Kids Kick Scooter Review – The LaScoota 2-in-1 Kick Scooter by Solowheel has been popular with parents who want their kids to be active and have fun at the same time. With its incredibly sturdy design, the LaScoota features everything you need in a kids kick scooter and more, making it one of the best kick scooters on the market today. To find out why we think this, keep reading below!
Why Get a Scooter?
They’ve come a long way since I was a kid. Now, scooters are lightweight and affordable. They have adjustable features that make them perfect for kids of all ages and sizes, with some even featuring storage compartments or kickstands that turn them into bicycles. It’s like having two toys in one! You can get a scooter as your child’s first real bike or as an upgrade to their training wheels. My son started on a Razor A3 kick scooter, which is extremely well made and sturdy enough to support him while learning how to balance himself with no hands (he’s now seven). Plus it folds up small enough to fit in my trunk so we can use it year-round!
How to Set Up and Use
The LaScoota scooter is a two-in-one solution for children. The handlebars can be extended to create a small scooter that fits kids aged 4 and up, while younger kids will likely enjoy pushing it around as a tricycle. It’s made from high-quality plastic, making it both sturdy and lightweight. To transform it into a toddler trike, simply snap on one of two available trays: one for your child to hold or another with a cup holder so you can hold their juice or snacks for them. The rest of the trike is very simple: just swing out each of its four wheels and lean back on its adjustable seat!
What We Like About the Product
It was pretty easy to get up and running. The scooter is super easy to ride with a good amount of speed (which can be adjusted). It’s also pretty light, which makes it easier for children to maneuver around crowds of people. And, thanks to its height, it’s more comfortable than some other two-wheelers we tried out. Our tester found that her feet were at just about waist level when sitting in LaScoota; in other scooters she tried to put her feet well below her waistline—an awkward feeling for an adult and not something we would recommend for kids.
Who Shouldn’t Buy It
The LaScoota isn’t designed for young kids who still need to learn balance. The scooter is probably a bit too big and fast for kids younger than age 4. This scooter is more suited for older children who have developed motor skills and are ready to tackle outdoor adventures on their own. If you have concerns about your child’s ability to ride, consider purchasing a model that converts into a push scooter instead of one that turns into a full-sized bike.
Warnings and Other Details
The LaScoota two-in-one kids kick scooter is a great gift for any child ages 3-6. The only problem with it is that it might be too easy to ride, which could make your child incredibly frustrated if they’re used to other scooters. But, if you have an active kid who loves to take off down a hill and be silly while riding around then I would definitely recommend getting them one of these. In fact, they even give you instructions on how to build them up as they grow older. LaScoota really has come up with an incredible product here and we can’t wait until our little boy grows into it!
It has been over a month now since my son received his LaScoota 2-in-1 Kids Kick Scooter and he continues to love it. He is so excited to ride his scooter, and I am thrilled that he is getting exercise while having fun. We have had no trouble riding on concrete or grass so far, and in fact, we rode on a pretty rough gravel parking lot at the library one time. I have really enjoyed using it myself as well. It’s definitely nice to be able to get around on two wheels instead of four sometimes!