It's a guessing game featuring Disney's adorable Minnie with a special bow with polka dots that light up and change colors! Push the buttons to hear the Minnie talk and start guessing what color her bow dots will be next! Minnie's scooter includes a polka purse plus fun dress-up accessories! A hairclip, bracelet and ring are just Minnie's style and can be stored in the front purse.
Three-wheel preschool scooters are a great way to introduce children to the fun of scooters. The wide deck is just the right size, with a non-slip surface to grip shoes while they ride down the sidewalk. The scooters have a durable steel frame.
Huffy Corporation manufactures mass-market bicycles. It was founded in 1887 when George P. Huffman purchased the Davis Sewing Machine Company and moved the factory to Ohio. Seven years later, in 1894, Huffman adapted the factory to manufacture bicycles. In 1949, Huffy became a common name after inventing training wheels for its Convertible Bike. From then on, Huffy made popular bikes, such as the Radio Bicycle, Dragster, Scout and Sigma.
- Extra Play Features! Lights and Sounds including Minnies light up changing color polka dot bow, Push button sounds plus Polka dot purse
- Dress-up accessories
- Wide non-slip deck fully decorated with Minnie design
- 3 AAA Batteries included
3 AAA batteries are required (included)
24.0 x 10.8 x 8.9
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