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Zooters for your Micro-Scooters!

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Everywhere you look at the moment, children are whizzing by you on Micro Scooters. We have tried 4 different types of scooter for Little Bean but the only one she took to was the Micro Scooter so it’s easy to see why they have become so popular. One thing that I really like about them is how you can completely personalise the scooter to suit the rider and we are really loving Little Bean’s latest accessory for her Micro Scooter. It’s called the Zooter and comes in a range of 4 different animals at present with more designs to come soon.

The Zooter is really easy to add to your Micro Scooter, just unzip the back, slide it over the handlebars and zip it back up to finish. I had chosen the pink and blue Zooter because it was the girliest. I didn’t tell Little Bean that we were being sent the Zooter, I waited until she had gone out with Daddy to her swimming lesson and whilst she was gone I added her to Zooter and left the scooter on the patio for her to see when she returned. Little Bean and Beanie Boy actually have the same colour Micro Scooter, although he has the mini seat on at the moment but it’s great to be able to really tell them apart now, I might just have to get Beanie Boy his own Zooter too. I think I will have to get Beanie Boy the Lion as he is always roaring like one.

Once the Zooters are on the scooter, you are able to use the side pockets to store toys, drinks or snacks. Little Bean uses hers to take her dolls for a thrill ride and when not scooting around the Zooter can be taken off and used as a glove puppet.

If you are likely to be out and about in the evening with your scooting child then the Zooters feature light reflective panels for added visibility.

RRP £19.99

Age Range: 3yrs +

Machine Washable

Available from: www.micro-scooters.co.uk

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