Tesco is selling cheap kids scooters for £30

Tesco is selling cheap kids scooters for £30

GOING outdoors with the kids will soon be a lot more fun for everyone involved as Tesco launches wallet-friendly scooters.
The scooters will set you back just £30 when they launch next week, which is half the price of one from Micro Scooters.
Tesco The scooters will hit Tesco store shelves this Monday
The Tilt “N” Turn Scooters come in blue and purple, and they’re suitable for children aged between three and five years old.
Each one comes with three wheels for stability and you can adjust the handlebars as your little one grows.
They’ll be available in Tesco stores only from April 8. You can find your nearest branch here.
Shoppers can currently pick up a mini scooter of a similar size at Micro Scooters for almost double the price at £67.95.
It’s also possible to get away even cheaper than at Tesco, but then you won’t get a similar one with a detachable pole so consider whether you have enough storage space at home before you splash out.
Mothercare is currently selling one three-wheeled scooter for £17.50, down from £35, until April 11.
Or if your kids are fans of Frozen, you can pick up a three-wheeled one with the Disney theme for £19.99 at Smyths Toys.
Meanwhile, Argos is among the cheapest retailers selling a pink scooter for only £11.99, down from an original price tag of £15.
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In October last year, Aldi launched electronic kid’s scooters for £70.
You need to be careful though as riding an electric scooter can actually give your little one six penalty points, even if they don’t have a driving license.
Argos has previously recalled a children’s scooter over fears it could trap kids’ fingers.
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