about this item
For the youngest Hello Kitty fans, this 2-in-1 scooter by Dynacraft offers two different play experiences in one super cute ride! As a balance bike, your early rider will gain balance and confidence while riding seated in balance bike mode, then when ready, simply pop off the seat and it becomes a scooter. As a scooter, the ride's rear fender also serves as a foot brake. The Hello Kitty 2-in-1 scooter features a sturdy steel frame for durability, and adjustable handlebar for more comfortable riding and steering, a kickstand and a removable seat to transform the bike into a scooter. With adorable graphics and details throughout, let your young rider show off her style with this Hello Kitty 2-in-1 scooter.
Dimensions (Overall): 22.0 inches (H) x 17.0 inches (W) x 35.0 inches (L)
Bicycle Frame Material: Steel
Seat Material: Polypropylene
Weight: 5.8 pounds
Holds up to: 42.0 pounds
Assembly Details: No assembly required
Sporting Goods Item: Balance bikes
Suggested Age: 3 Years and Up
Front Wheel Height: 12"
Rear Wheel Diameter: 12.0 inches
Care and Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Bicycle Frame Height: 22"
Item Number (DPCI): 082-03-0263
overall: 3.8 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
most recent reviews
5 out of 5 stars
Jo — 1 year ago
I purchased this scooter for my 4 year old granddaughter. I especially liked it because the seat is removable, which will allow her to ride it standing up. It's the only one I could find with that feature. She loves it.see moreof the reviewer's review
The sit is too shot for my 3 years old daurghter
2 out of 5 stars
Anna — 2 years ago
Nice bike but the sit is too shot for my 3 years old daughter. You can adjust it but it goes from very very low to a little bit high. They need to think about changing the highs of the bike and it will be a good one.
Not for 2-3 year olds
4 out of 5 stars
Miffyspike — 3 years ago
Super cute, exactly as pictured. Installation took only 15 mins, but the seat was much too high for my 2 year old. Her feet were not even close to reaching the ground, and I suspect would still be the same case next year too even though she's above 50th percentile. Just eyeballing, looks like it wou...see moreof the reviewer's review