Micro Mini 2 Go Scooter for Bee

Micro Mini 2 Go Scooter review

Micro Mini 2 Go Scooter is more than just a scooter. It is the sturdiest scooter to transition from toddlers to full-blown scooter tearaways with four different scooter settings. It also has a storage drawer for toys or nappies or necessities.

I’ve lost track of the number of times my little Bee has helped herself to another kid’s scooter. Only to fall on her bottom because she is either too young to manage on her own or because the owner of the scooter has snatched it back. Now she has a scooter of her own, and she is going places.

Micro Mini 2 Go Scooter

Micro Mini 2 Go Scooter review

Micro Mini 2 Go Scooter review

Micro Mini 2 Go Scooter review

Mini2Go Micro Scooters

Bee now has a scooter of her own, and is so chuffed with herself when she scoots along side her big sister. Whenever she see’s the scooter in the house she toddles over for a ride and calls out for help when she gets stuck under a table or in a corner.

The Micro Mini 2 Go scooter is available in blue or pink. There is a wide array of accessories to pimp the ride. Bee has the Daisy Windmill (£5.95)  and Hearts Ribbons (£7.95) on the handlebars, and Daisy Wheel Whizzers (£4.95) on the wheels.

The Micro Mini 2 Go scooter starts kids off in the seated position with the storage container attached. You can remove the storage container if you would just prefer the seat.

As they grow older and more confident, you remove the seat with the option of raising the handle bars to suit their height.

 Mini Micro 3in1

Bug got the Mini Micro 3in1 aged two and

Micro Mini 2 Go Scooter review

Micro Mini 2 Go Scooter review

Mini Micro Scooter

Bug got the Mini Micro 3in1 aged two and it was a gift from Bee when she was born. Bug received the scooter in hospital on the day she met her baby sister and ended up being more excited about her new toy!

The Mini Micro 3in1  also transitions from a scooter with a seat into a scooter with ‘big girl’ handle bars. The big difference is that you remove the smaller black handle bars and attach the taller handle bars once they can manage the scooter on their own.

We picked the colour scheme of Bug’s scooter ourselves, with an array of pinks and purples. I loved that there is an option to tailor the colours with the create your own Mini Micro 3in1 option. Bug also has a pink bell (£5.95) to warn on coming pavement crawlers, a Scoot n Pull strap (£6.99) when she is too lazy to scoot and a pink helmet (£22.95).

Mini 2 Go vs Mini Micro 3in1

Micro Mini 2 Go Scooter review

  • Mini 2 Go has a storage compartment which is useful and makes the scooter more robust for little people because it is heavier.
  • Mini 2 Go is only available in two colours (pink and blue). Mini Micro 3in1 colour scheme can be tailored with the ‘create your own’ option.
  • Mini 2 Go has one handle bar that is height adjustable. Mini Micro 3in1 has two separate handle bars depending on the age/height of the child.
  • Mini 2 Go is priced at £99.95. Mini Micro 3in1 starts at £84.95 with the ‘create your own’ option priced at £99.95

 

 

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