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Chillafish Bunzi Gradual Balance Bike - Pink

The Bunzi gradual balance bike from Chillafish is a unique 2-in-1 balance bike that can be switched between 3-wheel mode and 2-wheel mode in just a few seconds. Teach your child balance in a fun and step-by-step way: start in 3-wheel mode then switch to 2-wheel mode only when YOUR child is ready. Switch back and forth as many times as you want. The seat position in 3-wheel mode is low to the ground for comfort, the seat position in 2-wheel mode is higher for making more speed. The Bunzi is light and easy to carry by the handgrip, it has silent indoor and outdoor TPE wheels and a nice little storage trunk in the seat. It is made of high-quality ABS material and wrapped in a unique bunny-style design. This nice little bunny is sure to become the preferred bike buddy of your kids.

  • Product Measures: 21.25" by 6.7" by 16.15"
  • Recommended Ages: 1 - 3 years

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Popularity: #4 in Boutique Toys, #12 in All Toys, #12 in Bikes & Riding Toys
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Chillafish Bunzi Gradual Balance Bike - Pink

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ChillafishBunzi Gradual Balance Bike - Pink
 
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1.0

Great concept, but waaaaay too small

By Plan Ahead Fred

from Valencia, CA

About Me Parent of Two or More Children

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Pros

  • Compact

Cons

  • Quickly Outgrown
  • Too Small
  • Unstable

Best Uses

    Comments about Bunzi Gradual Balance Bike - Pink:

    Got this for our 2 1/2 year old daughter who is a little on the small side. Although I love the concept of switching the 3 wheeler to a balanced bike, this toy is incredibly small no matter which way you use it. Our daughter has tried it and tried it at our encouragement, but she just doesn't like it... understandably.

    As a 3 wheeler, the seat sits very low, and my daughter's knees were bent over 90 degrees which makes it very difficult and unenjoyable to propel the bike. As a balance bike, the seat is a bit higher, but still too short. My daughter's legs were still at 90 degrees making it too difficult to maintain a balance and propel the bike.

    I'd say that the bike is great for a younger child, but in 3 wheeler mode it is not stable enough for the skills of a 18 month old. Stick with a typical tricycle for the toddlers, and invest in a quality wooden balance bike for the kids when they get older. Feeling a bit "had". Go back to the drawing board Chillafish!

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    5.0

    So cute

    By Anna

    from Florida

    About Me Parent of Two or More Children

    Pros

    • Attractive Design
    • Compact
    • Easy to Assemble
    • Sturdy
    • Very Very Cute

    Cons

    • None So Far

    Best Uses

    • Infants
    • Toddlers

    Comments about Bunzi Gradual Balance Bike - Pink:

    So cute this Bunzi. We got it as present for our 18 months daughter. She adores it and stores her valuable playthings in the seat. Already tried 2-wheel mode, which works very well, but our little one will keep it in tricycle-mode for a few more weeks.

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