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TtessSpeeder Scooter


Retail: R1,600

Introducing our Speeder Scooters, designed to provide a smooth, awesome, and enjoyable ride for your children. With its unique three-wheel design, the Speeder Scooter allows riders to slide their feet, twist their hips, and move from side to side to propel forward without ever having to pedal or touch the ground, providing a low-impact exercise.

Our Speeder Scooter features an adjustable handlebar height that grows with your child, making it suitable for children of various ages. The scooter is foldable for easy storage and features a cable front brake for better control and safety.

With its dual foot platforms and full steel alloy frame, our Speeder Scooter provides better stability and durability, making it ideal for use on flat, smooth surfaces. It's also great for building strength in the legs, body coordination, and balance.

The Speeder Scooter is suitable for children aged 5 and up to a maximum weight of 95kg. Some assembly is required.

Product Features
  • Easy turning, drifting, and acceleration; 
  • Unique three-wheel design provides better stability; 
  • The front handbrake delivers better control and safety; 
  • Dual foot platforms improve stability; 
  • Full Steel Alloy Frame 
  • Ride and control it in many different ways; 
  • Ideal for use on flat, smooth surfaces; 
  • Great for building strength in legs, body coordination, and balance; 
  • The scooter can be folded up for easy storage and transport; 
  • Some assembly is required; 
  • Brake system: cable and front brake bracket; 
  • Material: HeavyDuty Steel/ABS
Product Specifications
  • Product dimension: 103x63x100/92.5/85cm 
  • Folding size: 100x25x38 
  • Max user loading: 95kg
  • Wheel: 145mm/PU; 
  • Recommended user age: 5+ years old 
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Once upon a time, like back in the late 90s, it was an absolute joy to take your brand new Nokia 3310 to school to show your friends, complete with its unnecessarily sturdy cover. You'd gather in a little circle and see who could get the highest score on Snake. Later, you'd go home and (while supposedly doing your homework) listen to your favourite music on a CD player covered with stickers of Boyzone and Britney. Life was sweet.

Fast-forward to 2024 and that phone and CD player would these days only be taken to school for 'show and tell' in history class. By now, you see, that stuff is hardly considered 'tech', but 'vintage'. You know what is considered tech, though? A lot of the stuff we're running deals on today in the name of Tech Tuesday!