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Mini Quad 6V Bike for $39.20 @ Big W

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Your little one will love tearing it up in this awesome 6V Mini Quad Racer. Featuring the stability of four wheels this mini quad vehicle is a great way to ignite the motoring passion inside your little one. Start small with the mini quad racer!

Comes with 1 x 6V motor and 1 x 6V rechargeable battery. Maximum weight capacity 20kgs. Suitable for 36+ months.

Available in pink and blue

Previous deal $38 - 4½ years ago.

Saving of $9.80c (20%) from RRP
Saving of $0.74c if inflation is taken into consideration.

Part of the 20% off deal.

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  • +3

    Keep in mind this is only a 2x4 not a 4x4, for those thrill seeking juniors that want to go off road

    • +1

      Actually….. I'm not familiar with this particular one but normally only one wheel is driven.

  • just outta curious, is this thing top speed at 3 kmph, and run outta juice after 10 yards?

    • +2

      Not sure. I've got one for the kid's birthday, but it's still in the box. Missus won't let me pull it out and build it to test..

      It's mixed results according to the previous post.

      "Ours works well on carpet and on our lawn" - reslo
      "It worked great for a year" - choofa
      "It was really slow and only last 15 mintues" - Ahan

      The decals have changed, the performance / quality may have done as well.

      I bought it for the kid learning to use the throttle / steering / balance skills - not for the speed/distance @ his age.

      If I remember, I'll update this in a couple of months with my testimony :)

      • The speed would be as intended, suitable for a 3-5 year old.

    • We got one a couple of years ago. The little one loved it at the time, but thankfully hasn't shown much interest in it since she got a scooter and a balance bike.
      It's slower than walking pace, struggles on even gentle inclines, so it's frustrating when you're trying to get somewhere. The accelerator pedal sticks so it doen't stop when the foot is taken off it!
      I also opposed it as the kid wasn't getting much exercise sitting on a motorized toy.

      Battery life seemed okay though.

  • You need to cut up some push bike tires and screw these on to the back wheels to give it more traction, look at upgrading the batter to make it 24v and then it will go around very well

    • +2

      put it in neutral and drag it behind the old man's SS ute?

  • +2

    7.2v lithium battery ( from RC shop) significantly improves the torque and top speed on these things. See YouTube for details :)

  • Lol thinking of buying this for a friends son.
    I can just picture him!

  • Quick update - better than I expected.

    Single (rear right), which can spin a bit before getting traction on tiles or certain grass. Works most of the time, but you might have to push it along occasionally to get traction again. Works great on pavers.

    My 2yr old picked up the steering pretty quickly, which is what I was hoping for.

    Speed was quicker than expected. Battery life has been great too, probably had well over an hour over several days, no sign of battery reduction. I haven't run it out of juice and timed it though, but it hasn't died while playing.. yet.

    His uncle bought https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/kids-electric-ride-motorcycle-b... ($49 trike), and this one is heaps better. The quad is a little faster than the trike, easier for a 2yr old to learn to steer, no stupid gimmicky noises or buttons to distract. Handle bar button accelerator compared to foot acceleration.

    So, for <$40, I was impressed.

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