Kinderfeets Bamboo Tiny Tot Plus

Kinderfeets Tiny Tot Plus in Bamboo is the big sibling to the award winning Kinderfeets 2 in 1 bamboo balance bike known as the 'Original Kinderfeets Bamboo Tiny Tot' and is simply bigger in size. We love that the fantastic quality, sustainability, look and feel off this handy 2 in 1 trike and balance is now available in a larger size making the Tiny Tot Plus in Bamboo suitable for ages beginning around 18 months and all the way up to approximately 4 years.

The Kinderfeets Tiny Tot Plus in Bamboo still converts straightforwardly from 3 wheeled trike mode to a 2 wheel balance bike setup. Balance bikes are so helpful in giving young children the opportunity to master balance prior to the complexity of pedals.

Dimensions:

  • Box 52 x 15 x 30cms
  • Bike 72L x 42 x 43cms
  • Adjustable seat height 25-34cms

You may also like the Tiny Tot Plus in White, Slate Blue and Rose Pink.

Pictured with the divine Kinderfeets Tiny Tot Basket which is sold separately here.


Customer Reviews

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Derek Penning

Very impressed. Great product. Fast Delivery. All happy thank you. 10/10

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E.
Great quality trike

Just put the trike together for Christmas. Can already tell the great quality. Very pleased with the service and communication from Little Earth Nest.

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J.
Tiny tots trike

Great trike! My little one loves it! Very versatile. Thanks for persisting with covid 19 times!

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J.W.
Tiny Tot Plus trike

As the trike is our first Christmas present to our grandson up in Darwin we had it sent directly to our daughter up there. It arrived safely a couple of days after we did driving from down
south. It's now been assembled and is waiting under the tree. We were most impressed with the high standard of materials and ease of construction. Can't wait to see our grandson having heaps of fun on a trike that will adjust to his development.

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D.B.
Great trike

My granddaughter loves it. It is just a shame it took 4 months to arrive. More proactive updates on delays would have been appreciated