Scooting with the Scootaheadz – review and giveaway

Both Gemma and Jacob are rather partial to a bit of scootering. They scooter anywhere and everywhere – to school, to town, to friends houses, and to the park. They actually both saved up their own pocket money and bought their sought-after JD Bug scooters themselves.

So when we were offered a Scootaheadz for review, we were excited to get our hands on this new scooter accessory. We chose ‘Timmy T-Rex’ – a friendly looking blue dinosaur.
He fits over the handlebars of the scooter – it just attaches by simply pushing over the bar, then twisting the head round to the desired location. And it really does look effective – totally changed the look of the scooter!

As you can see by the photos – Jacob loved the new Scootaheadz so much, that he didn’t even get dressed before heading out to the garden to give it a try! 
I love that it sits in the centre of the handlebars, so that it doesn’t interfere with where the children need to place their hands. It is easy to take on and off, it stays still with no slipping or movement, and it is great fun! Jacob is the envy of his friends with this one!
Would your little scooter fan like a Scootaheadz? If you fancy winning one in your choice of colour, then please enter below!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

* We were sent a Scootaheadz free of charge for the purpose of this review, but all thoughts and opinions are my own *
Terms and conditions – open to UK residents. Competition closes 19/11/2013 and winner will be selected by random generator from all correctly completed entries. Winner will be emailed and must claim their prize within 10 days or it will be redrawn *

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  1. Champaklal Lad
    November 18, 2013 / 9:20 pm

    Timmy T Rex

  2. November 18, 2013 / 9:20 pm

    Timmy T Rex

  3. Samantha Fenn
    November 18, 2013 / 10:11 pm

    Timmy T-Rex

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