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TtessWave Roller Ride-on Vehicle


Retail: R1,000

Introducing our WaveRoller, the ultimate ride-on toy that combines the agility and speed of a snake with the ease of use of a car. Designed for children aged 4 to 14, our WaveRoller is a safe and easy-to-use toy that guarantees endless hours of fun and excitement.

With its easy leg movement control system, your child can easily turn, drift, and accelerate the WaveRoller without the use of chains or pedals. And with a maximum speed of up to 20 km/h, your child is sure to have a thrilling ride every time.

Our WaveRoller is made with a full steel alloy frame, ensuring durability and stability during use. It's also great for building strength in the legs, body coordination, and balance.

This model can be extended for longer riders with spare parts included. Some assembly is required, but it's easy to set up and get started. The WaveRoller is available in two colors, blue and red.

Product Features
  • Easy turning, drifting and acceleration;
  • 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; 
  • Can be extended for longer riders (spares included); 
  • Some assembly required; 
  • Colour: Blue and Red
  • Brake system: HandBrake; 
  • Material: HeavyDuty Steel/ABS;
Product Specifications
  • Product dimension: 75/98x44x28cm 
  • Max user loading: 70kg
  • Wheel: 145mm/PU; 
  • Recommended user age: 4+ years to 14 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.

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