Primo Foldable Scooter

Primo foldable scooter review

3 Wheel ScooterSummer is finally here and there is no better way to keep your kids outdoors and active than with the Primo Foldable Scooter. There are so many things about this scooter that as a mother of two that I find myself raving about. The key features of this safe, enjoyable scooter will surely leave you wanting one for your child.

Easy to Assemble

The Primo Foldable Scooter comes almost fully assembled with only a couple pieces that need to be put together, which makes it great for parents in a pinch. My husband works long hours and the last thing he wants to do when he gets home is assemble a scooter.  I was able to put the Primo Scooter together in 2 minutes flat (that is very impressive as I am far from handy, even slightly).  No tools required – BONUS!

Scooter Safety

What do us parents want most for our children – to be safe, always. The safety of the Primo Foldable Scooter amazes me. It has adjustable handle bars with secure grips, so your child can ride safely and comfortably. The handle bars have 3 different levels, so it will grow with your child for years of fun and entertainment.  It also has a steering lock, so if your child is young and just learning to ride a scooter (like mine) it will only go forwards and backwards. Once you and your child feel confident enough, you can unlock the steering.

One of my favourite things about this scooter is the fact that it isn’t the typical steering that you would see on a scooter. Instead of turning the handle bars to steer, your child just leans with his/her body weight and the wheels automatically move with the child. How cool is that?

Final Thoughts

With all of that being said, the Primo Foldable Scooter is a fabulous scooter for beginners as well as children with experience. It is easy to learn, unique, and so much fun to ride. So what are you waiting for? Check out Globber full range of scooters for toddlers, children and adults.

Website: https://www.globber.com

Alyssia is a stay at home mother of two who lives in Ontario.
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2 thoughts on “Primo foldable scooter review

  1. We got this scooter for our son – and it’s rubbish. He’s only half the maximum weight requirement but when he turns on the scooter it scraps on the ground. He can’t go over anything higher than 1cm without the deck dragging on the ground. We’ve had this scooter for 3 weeks and it looks like it will fall apart in the next few weeks.

    1. Ryan I encourage you to reach out to the company again and I’m not sure what you meant by turn the scooter on? The Primo scooter does not turn on. It does not have an on option. It is a manual scooter. My daughter has owned two of these scooters and has had no issues.

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