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[Mastermind Toys] Stiga Kick Combo Scooter Blue, $24.00

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[Mastermind Toys] Stiga Kick Combo Scooter Blue, $24.00

Reviews are decent on this summer/winter scooter.

Spend $11 more to get free shipping (or just pick up in store).
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Anyone ever use this in "winter mode". Don't think I would let my kids use this thing down a hill, even a small hill...seems dangerous, imo, and not sure how fun it would be on flat surface in the snow.
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Good reviews at CT (currently $85) https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/stig ... 6084p.html

I think I have to get one at this price. My kids already have scooters ATM but worst case it's a cool birthday gift for one of their friends.

EDIT: Reserve in store is greyed out for me
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General Radek had some good ideas.
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Fightguard wrote: Anyone ever use this in "winter mode". Don't think I would let my kids use this thing down a hill, even a small hill...seems dangerous, imo, and not sure how fun it would be on flat surface in the snow.
Bought one for my son when he was 6 and he loves it. he uses it around the house and down smalls hills. It's actually pretty safe if your kid knows how to use a scooter. I actually don't mind him falling in snow vs falling on pavement/concrete.

I might pick another one up because it's been sitting outside for 2 years and it's wearing out lol

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Picked one up for my son. He's turning 6 this summer and wants a scooter pretty bad, so this is great!
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nounou23 wrote: Bought one for my son when he was 6 and he loves it. he uses it around the house and down smalls hills. It's actually pretty safe if your kid knows how to use a scooter. I actually don't mind him falling in snow vs falling on pavement/concrete.

I might pick another one up because it's been sitting outside for 2 years and it's wearing out lol

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How well does it work in wet or fluffy snow?
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TomRFD wrote: How well does it work in wet or fluffy snow?
It's not the best to be honest. You need to have some packed snow. But kids don't usually care (my son anyway) and will try it in any snow condition lol. I usually make 2-3 slides for the kids in our yard since we have a few small hills and once the snow is packed it works really good. Also our driveway is covered in like 6 inch of packed snow right now and it works great. He usually uses it when we walk with him to the bus stop :)
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In for two for the kids. Thanks OP, glad i never stopped RFDing even though I said I would Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
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That was close... both mastermind stores were sold out in Saskatoon when I went (that's what I get for posting before buying!) but fortunately CT came in for the save with a PM!
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Told my wife and she ordered 5. One for our son, 2 for the nephews and 2 more for birthday gift that are coming up soon.

Thanks op!
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Haha I didn't know Stiga made scooters...they are primarily known for their table tennis equipment
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Went sledding today so took this. Kids hesitantly tried (I couldn't blame them!) on a very low inclined, half way only, side & enjoyed it. Definitely takes practise. Despite the 110 lb weight limit (we took it as a "suggestion") both us parents tried it. Probably gave our hearts an overworking -- definitely too short for adults but now we can say we did it! Probably will not again though lol. Kids really are happy so it was was worth it. Works pretty good for them on packed snow (horizontal) & is scary fast on semi vertical.
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Anyone else have a really hard time getting the brake disassembled?

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