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Goplus Kids Ride on Motorcycle 6V Battery Powered 3 Wheel Motorbike w/ Music Horn

Item# 0000000000001015319100000000TQ10020colorP | Model# TQ10020COLOR | Added on October 11, 2021 |
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Goplus Kids Ride on Motorcycle 6V Battery Powered 3 Wheel Motorbike w/ Music Horn
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If you are looking for a ride-on scooter for your little one, ours is your ideal choice. Our 6V ride-on toy delivers a better driving experience with 2 optional speeds of 1.5-2.5 mph. Marching forward and running backward, this electric kid's motorcycle brings up as realistic driving as possible. There are 3 wheels ready for a stable triangle structure and also to encourage younger riders for balance training. This ride-on toy has a futuristic outlook immediately catching the baby’s eyes. And it packs a variety of built-in media functions and interfaces to connect with smart phones for extra fun. Coming with a soft start system, this ride-on vehicle is safe and cozy, to begin with.

Features:
The powerful motor gives high and low speeds from 1.5 to 2.5 mph
Making realistic driving with reverse and forward
3 wheels fasten up stability and balance and are good for balance training.
An ideal and cheerful gift suitable for kids over 2 years old
Maximum weight of 55 lbs
Realistic and futuristic appearance is good for kids to role play
Story, FM, MP3, USB &TF interfaces are included in media functions
It is comfortable to ride on with curved seats.
A soft start system for safe operation

Specifications:
Material: PP, Steel
Product Dimension:32” x 16” x 20”( L x W x H)
Battery: 6V 4.5-4 AH
Maximum Weight: 55 lbs
Adaptable Age: 2+
Charging Time: 8-10 H
Speed: 1.5-2.5 mph
Net Weight: 14.5 lbs
Package Includes:
1 x Ride-on Motorcycle
1 x Instruction
1 x Audio ... read more
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