The Smart Trike 3 in 1 range is both traditional and innovative. With their range, Smart Trike have created trikes and bikes which parents love for safety and children love for colour and fresh ideas.
Time moves so quickly, doesn’t it? When my wife and I first started looking for little vehicles to put our baby Bobby in, my first thought was safety and my second thought was that we needed to find something that out baby could grow with. OK, so Bobby was a baby when we were looking, but I knew and my wife knew that in a year’s time, that wouldn’t be the case any more. Much as we wanted to enjoy spending time with our baby as a baby, we also had to consider finances and make every penny count.
The problem was, most of the trikes and things we looked at were only good for a baby or a toddler. They served one purpose only and that was a concern. To start with, we couldn’t find anything that would transform into another kind of little vehicle that our rapidly growing child would be able to use, even though we knew these things were out there somewhere. But then, at the time we were hardly experts so it took a while.
Then one day, while looking in one of the bigger children’s toy shops, we came across a display for the Smart Trike 3 in 1 range. I forget exactly what the model was called, now, but I know one thing. You could instantly see that this was what we’d been looking for all along. After some discussion with one of the employee’s, we decided on buying it. Since that day, we haven’t looked back.
The first amazing thing about the Smart Trike was just how easy to put together it was. I remember that I went downstairs to make tea, and I was thinking about how it might be stressful, putting this thing together. Except it wasn’t. Ten minutes later I went back upstairs and found my wife crouched beside the Smart Trike with our happy baby kicking her legs in it.
For the next few months, our little baby Bobby had the best time ever. Everywhere he went, so did the Smart Trike. The most impressive thing, as far as I was concerned,was that nothing fell off and nothing broke. One of our fears had been that the build-quality might be poor, due to the too-good-to-be-true price, yet the Smart Trike seemed to be built as well as anything that adults might use.
Some months after that, we realised one day that Bobby was getting too big for the push along ride. That was when my wife said that we needed to turn it into the next model in line, by removing some parts and following the instructions. I was not surprised when I came back in the room a few minutes later and there Bobby was, on his independent ride-on, smiling and looking forward to more fun. Some months after that, Bobby took the next big step in his progress of playing. This time, my wife and I turned the Smart Trike into its final phase of being. A sturdy 4-wheeled scooter with its very own steerable handlebar and some great stabilisers that really gave us peace-of-mind that Bobby wouldn’t do himself a mischief. By this time, my wife and I had had our second child, Amy. Sure enough, the Smart Trike was still in almost perfect condition when Amy was a few months old and ready to use the vehicle. By now, I had become a bit of an expert at transforming the thing into whatever model we needed it to be. I was also realising that we’d really got our money’s worth, and so when our friends asked us if the Smart Trike range was any good, we told them that it had been possibly the best investment for our family that we had ever made.