- Children's Scooters
Whether you're looking for something to help them ace the school run and commute, or a seriously cool gift idea, you'll find it in OnBuy's collection of scooters. Our stunt scooter range can help the kids try out some new tricks, or be the envy of your mates with a brand new electric scooter. So, browse the virtual shop and discover a fun new ride right here!
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About Children's Scooters
Thanks to our fabulous collection of scooters for kids from brands such as HOMCOM and Razor, your little one will be cruising in style wherever their next adventure takes them. More than just a thrilling way to get from A to B, scooters help your kids learn the essential skill of balancing and safety - all while sneaking in some exercise!
Our range has kids’ scooters to suit all ages, so you're sure to find something your little one will love. Find micro kids scooters who are already more confident, or three-wheel scooters for toddlers to try out. For the wild child in your life, we've even got a fantastic selection of kids' stunt scooters in different styles. With V-front and T-bar scooters alike, they'll be whizzing around, bunny hopping and pulling ollies in no time!
There's also a range of ride-on toys and bikes to keep kids entertained outdoors - great alternatives if your youngster is after something different. Just don’t forget to keep them safe with a helmet!
Does OnBuy sell electric scooters?
Electric scooters are quickly becoming the hot product of the year; chances are it’s going to be on many children’s Christmas lists come December, and you’ll probably want one too! We've got boys scooters and girls scooters - and while there’s the obvious fun that comes with riding an electric kids scooter, they’re becoming a hit among adults commuting.
Cities have become very congested and more people are conscious of the harmful emissions produced during daily commutes; that’s why e-scooters have become such a popular alternative already. They’re relatively speedy, a lot greener, the one-off cost will be quickly made-up by the public transport savings, and you won’t turn up to the office drenched in sweat.
However, as an emerging technology, the rules around where you can and can’t ride them aren't crystal clear. While you might have seen lots of people using them out on the roads, you might want to check first so you don’t end up getting a fine.
Are stunt scooters worth the cost?
Stunt scooters quickly gained a great reputation as a rival to the BMX down the skate park, their size, weight and versatility making them perfect for tricks and jumps. They’re more expensive than your average scooter, so if your kids just want something to ride on, a normal kids scooter will do the trick.
The extra cost of a stunt scooter comes from the increased durability you get - they’re built to take the impact of those stunts, time after time. One notable difference is that stunt scooters have a T-bar welded to the board, rather than folding like other kids’ scooters. Like BMXs, you can also buy a range of accessories, like stunt pegs and improved wheels to help you nail tricky new jumps and spins. A helmet is a must too! Chances are, you’re going to take a tumble every now and again while trialling new tricks - a helmet will provide peace of mind in case of any nasty bumps.
Frequently asked questions about scooters
What should I consider when choosing a scooter for my child?
When you're choosing a scooter, it's important to bear height and physical ability in mind. Your child needs to be able to manage the toy and play with it safely at all times. However, most scooters for kids come with adjustable handlebars, so you should be able to easily alter the height of the scooter to suit your child.
What ages are scooters appropriate for?
Any child who can walk steadily will be able to ride a scooter. They can usually start at about three years old, but you should introduce it to them with caution and ensure they have all the necessary protective gear to keep them safe.
Should I allow my three-year-old to ride a scooter?
Three-wheeled scooters are great for toddlers. They are stable and incredibly easy to operate, so they're ideal for toddlers who are beginning to wander further afield after finding their feet.
Does my child need a helmet for a scooter?
Your child should always wear a helmet and sensible shoes, like trainers, when scooting. Tumbles and accidents happen all the time, even if they're riding their scooter on softer outdoor flooring like grass or rubber tiles, it's still best to protect their heads with a helmet.