- Q & A
The Micro Mini 3in1® is the award-winning ride-on toy and scooter that "grows" with children from age 1 to age 5. This Deluxe 3in1 now features an anodized, adjustable T-bar. It's the quality gift that young children are guaranteed to love, and the best value present you will ever buy because your child will use it day after day, year after year.
3 rides for 3 ages all in one box:
At age 1 start with the ride-on seat using one of two seat heights.
At age 2 remove the seat for a stand-on scooter with short O-bar.
At age 3 replace the O-bar with the T-bar to convert to the Micro Mini Original for ages 2 to 5.
Designed with young children in mind, the Micro Mini 3in1 Deluxe features soft edges, a stable upright design, and quiet, smooth-gliding, non-marking wheels that can be used indoors and out.
SAFETY - For best protection, we recommend that children wear helmets and knee pads when riding. Non marking wheels allow children to learn to scoot in the safety of your home.
AWARDS for Mini 3in1 - Best of Show Award at Nuremberg Toy Fair 2012, ABC EXPO Parent's Pick JPMA Award Winner 2013, Parent's Choice Recommended Award 2012.
All of Micro's children's products, including the Micro Mini 3in1, have passed Child Safety Testing, as stipulated by the US Consumer Products Safety Commission.
10 months ago
She uses it almost daily on a variety of terrains: sidewalks, blacktop, even crushed stone in one spot. We are close enough to school not to be provided with bussing so we walk 2 older children to and from school daily. Now that we're out of the stroller stage this makes the trips much more pleasurable and more of a workout for me. My youngest is fast and it can be hard to keep up, but if it were not for the scooter I would be dragging her up a hill just to be there on time.
We love it so much we came back to shop scooters for the older kids. I would even like one for myself. (I hope Santa is reading.)
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|Age||1 - 5 years|
|Weight capacity||With seat: 44 pounds / Without seat: 75 pounds|
|Scooter Weight||4.2 lbs|
|Storage and Travel||T-bar and O-bar remove from deck|
|Handle Height||O-Bar: 17, T-Bar: 25" from deck|
|Wheel size/material||Front: 120 mm, Back: 80 mm, Polyurethane|
|Length/width of scooter||21" x 4.5"|
|Length/width of standing deck||12" x 4.5"|
In terms of ideal riding height, you want the handlebar to be somewhere between the belly button and breast level. Cheers!
The functionality of the seat is the same for both and, once the kiddo is ready to stand, they both wind up using the same type of scooter. The other main difference is that the 2-Go features a fun storage bin =)
Mini Deluxe (scooter only): http://www.microkickboard.com/micro-mini-deluxe-minideluxe
Seat/O-bar (accessory only): http://www.microkickboard.com/micro-mini-seat
My son is almost 2.5 yrs old. Height is 33 inches, and weight is 27 pounds. I was thinking of purchasing the mini 3-in-1 but now think he might already be too big for the seat (30 lb weight limit). But am concerned that his height would be too short to go straight to the mini with T-bar? Would he be fine with a mini (with standard T-bar), or would he need the shorter O-bar?
While your kiddo does not likely need the seat, the option of the shorter O-bar handle would definitely be advantageous for your little one =)