The perfect gift for one-year-olds or new parents: the Mini 3in1 ECO Deluxe scooter grows with kids from ages 1 through 5. 

Why ECO? Around 10% of plastic waste in the oceans comes from fishing. Each year, an estimated 640,000 tons of nets and other gear are left in the oceans. Some of this waste, which is collected in landfills and then recycled, is used to create our sustainable Micro kids scooters. The footboard and brake of the Mini Micro 3in1 Deluxe ECO LED are made from recycled fishing nets, ropes and other plastic waste from the maritime industry. What's more, this scooter is a true multitasking wonder.

The Mini 3in1 Deluxe offers distinct riding stages made specifically to coincide with your child’s developmental milestones. Changing configurations is a breeze: simply attach the seat with the Allen key supplied and the Micro scooter is ready to ride.

Stage 1: Sit and scoot with our ride-on seat. The seat adjusts as your little one grows. Typically, this stage lasts from ages 1-2, or up to 20 kg.
Stage 2: Around age 2, children express an interest in standing to scoot. Simply remove the ride-on seat for a stand-on scooter with short handlebar.
Stage 3: Use the adjustable handle bar to grow as you go. This converts the 3in1 to our Mini Deluxe ECO LED scooter. which adjusts to your child’s preferred riding height through age 5, or up to 50 kg.

The Mini 3in1’s innovative steering style, known as Lean-to-Steer, involves the rider shifting their weight by gently leaning right or left, to turn in that direction. Even young children pick it up intuitively as it teaches core gross motor skills and confidence.

An original proprietor of the lean-to-steer design, we have seen it all when it comes to Micro scooter engineering and fully recommend the lean-to-steer method as the safest and most fun way for kids to ride. The T-bar provides stability as children steer by using their body weight to lean right or left. This intuitive way of steering limits jerky turns and develops essential balance and coordination skills.

*SAFETY* For best protection, we strongly recommend that children wear helmets and knee pads when riding. Non marking wheels allow children to learn to scoot in the safety of your home.