One of my colleagues recently pointed me to a remarkable Banne Kick Scooter. She knew I was looking for a gift for my niece, and she also knew I was borderline smitten with scooters for kids. I don’t usually read too much into other people’s write-ups, but I couldn’t help but notice that almost every kid’s scooter review was overwhelmingly buoyant. Plus, the fact that it had earned ‘Top Seller’ status on Amazon (at the time) spoke volumes for its popularity.
Attributes of Banne Kick Scooter
Occurrence with the Banne Kick Scooter
I won’t be riding it privately. I’d rather not risk breaking my neck in the process! Instead, I once again left it to my daughter to put it through its paces. What I can say for sure, though, is that the Banne Scooter has been put together quite beautifully. The quality of the materials is outstanding. They are made with high-strength aluminum alloy pipes. It’s nowhere near as heavy as many other scooters in its class, and it folds away at the touch of a button.
There’s also minimal community required outside the box, which is always a bonus. Watching my daughter fly around the park on this thing delivers a smooth, safe, and satisfying ride. She also absolutely loved the LEDs, which looked particularly impressive when the sun started to set.
- Smooth travelling on all terrains and road surfaces
- Extremely sturdy and tough
- Great balance because of big size and powerful motors
- Reaches great speed of 10mph
- Fireproof, has UL 2272 and UL 2271 Certifications
- Tough to transport easily because of its big size
- Not comfortable for kids as it is heavy
To be frank, you have to dig pretty deep to come up with anything particularly negative to say about the Banne 3 Wheel Scooter. As mentioned above, I genuinely can’t see this thing being a viable scooter for older children. Something that has nothing to do its strength, durability or build quality, but is instead down to its compact size.