The perfect gift for one-year-old’s, the Mini 3in1 Deluxe scooter grows with ages 1 through 5, is virtually indestructible, and is the highest-rated scooter of its kind. Micro offers the highest quality scooters in terms of design and construction, meaning you can rest assured that it will last from adventure to adventure, year to year, and child to child.
The Mini 3in1 Deluxe offers three distinct riding stages (hence 3 in1) made specifically to coincide with your child’s developmental milestones.
Stage 1: Sit and scoot with our ride-on seat and O-bar attachment. The seat adjusts as your little one grows, and the O-bar is ergonomically designed for tiny hands. Typically, this stage lasts from ages 1-2.
Stage 2: Around age 2, children express an interest in standing to scoot. Simply remove the ride-on seat for a stand-on scooter with short O-bar.
Stage 3: Swap out the O-bar for the included T-bar. This converts the 3in1 to our Mini Deluxe scooter which adjusts to your child’s preferred riding height through age 5, or up to 44 lbs.
Available in a variety of colors, the Mini 3in1 Deluxe offers a wide range of features that make it super fun and comfortable to ride: a low-to-the-ground deck for easy scooting, specially-designed O-bar for tiny hands, and included anodized & adjustable T-bar to convert into the Mini Deluxe, stable 3-wheel design with safe lean-to-steer mechanism, upgraded raised silicon grip on deck, and non-marking wheels which allow you to ride indoors or out.
The Mini 3in1 Deluxe has the smoothest, quietest ride available thanks to high quality materials from top to bottom. Thick polyurethane wheels and a flexible fiberglass reinforced deck work together to absorb bumps in the sidewalk, making it the perfect companion for any outing.
An original proprietor of the lean-to-steer design, we have seen it all when it comes to scooter engineering and fully recommend the lean-to-steer method as the safest and most fun way for kids to ride. The T-bar provides stability as children steer by using their body weight to lean right or left. This intuitive way of steering limits jerky turns and develops essential balance and coordination skills.