More stock arriving late January/early Feb.
Get the rose coloured Kinderfeets TINY TOT PLUS (tricycle/balance bike 2-in-1) and the Wooden Crate together in this pack deal!
If you’re looking for the best balance bike on the market, you’ve found it! The ever-popular Kinderfeets TINY TOT PLUS – designed for young children aged between 18 months to 4 years – offers two-for-one value as both a tricycle and balance bike.
The three-wheeled tricycle is the perfect way to support your young toddler as they begin to develop their understanding of balance, steering, and coordination. Then, a switch between axles converts the TINY TOT PLUS into a two-wheeled balance bike when your little racer is ready.
With a low step through frame for easy off/on transitions and an adjustable seat height of 25–34 centimetres to ensure a custom fit and plenty of wear, the TINY TOT PLUS provides comfort and safety for young children as they explore their spirit of adventure.
Handcrafted from sustainable and highly replenishable birch wood, the TINY TOT is also fitted with biodegradable EVA airless tyres that require no pump, ever! All round, we think this eco-friendly training bike is the best active toy for little ones to discover their amazing world!
Recommended age: 18 months – 4 years
Maximum weight limit: Up to 25kgs
Seat height range: 25–34cm
Bike dimensions: 72cm L x 45cm W x 44cm H
Bike weight: 3kgs
Assembly required: Basic level, instructions provided
Frame materials: Birch wood, stained with non-toxic, water-based lacquer coating and rose paint
Tyres: EVA airless tyres, made from biodegradable materials
Special features: 2-in-1 conversion from trike to balance bike – all parts included; adjustable cushioned seat with three height settings; low step-through frame
Care instructions: Store in a cool, dry place; wipe down dry after rain; check bolts are kept tight
Safety Standards Compliance: Toy Safety Standards EN71; AS/NZS 8124
KINDERFEETS BALANCE BIKES & TRIKES COMPARISON GUIDE*To check which model will best fit your child, measure the inside length of their leg and compare with the seat height ranges above. Your child should be able to comfortably place both feet flat on the ground when seated, as this will allow them to propel the bicycle forward with running motion and bring the bicycle to a stop by placing their feet firmly on the ground.