There is now something for everyone among the activity and mobility products available for children and young people. This was clearly reflected again at the Spielwarenmesse® 2017.
The spectrum ranges from balance bikes, trikes, ride-ons and “normal” scooters through to electric scooters such as the Lil’E from the Razor Junior range. Built for children aged three and older, this electric scooter can reach a speed of up to 3 km/h. Its steel frame and removable seat make it especially stable. Once the child keeps the power button pressed, they’re on the move! The three-wheel electric scooter has a continuous run time of up to 40 minutes.
Electric scooters really seem to be all the rage, with (young) adults getting in on the act too. For example, Vodafone and Wahlberg Electrics GmbH, Hamburg, announced the arrival of the eRoller2Go in late March. Thanks to its in-built SIM card, anyone can get their hands on an electric scooter. “We are joining with Vodafone to fill a gap in Germany’s road transport of the future. Our scooters are a perfect add-on to bus and rail travel”, said Florian Wahlberg, founder of Egret.
However, SIM cards and connectivity are not a must, as underscored by Authentic and Micro Mobility. For example, the trendy GLOBBER My Free Fold Up from Authentic is an ideal urban mobility companion. The scooter can be simply folded up and has a detachable and interchangeable deck and height-adjustable T-bar.