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TOBBI 12V Kids Ride On Motorcycle Toys 3 Wheels Electric Trike Motorcycle for Boys and Girls with Light in Red

Price: $149.99
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Product Features

[SAFETY DESIGN]: The 3-wheel design of this ride-on motorcycle toy makes it easy for your child to keep balance. Soft-starting technology ensures the toy car launches and barks slowly so as not to scare your kid from abrupt operation. [LONG BATTERY]: The toy ride on motorcycle is very powerful and easy to drive on rugged road due to dual motor design. With the 12 V battery and charge included, your child can enjoy 50-60 minutes even in grassland per charge! [ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS]: Integrated control system including horn, ensuring your kid’s driving journey more pleasurable. Bright Led headlight makes your kid become the center of attention. [EASILY ASSEMBLY]: Specific manual included which already marks each screw and accessory type, this ride on three-wheel motorcycle can be easily and quickly installed by two adults in 30 minutes. Manual installation is recommended. [BEST GIFTS FOR KIDS]: The 12V electric ride-on motorcycle with hyper-realistic and nice-looking appearance is suitable for kids from 36 to 60 months. With a push-start button, high and low speed options, the toy motorcycle can be easily driven forward or reverse by your little adventurer, providing the best driving experience to your kid.

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