November 8, 2013

Holiday Gift Guide Day 5 - Radio Flyer Ziggle

Recently we had the chance to try out a new ride-on toy from Radio Flyer - The Ziggle.


As you can see from the picture above, the Ziggle is a 4 wheel ride-on with caster wheels and a steel frame. What you can't tell from the picture is that the seat is adjustable so it works with small kids and bigger kids (suggested for kids ages 3-8).

As it is for a wide range of ages, I didn't know how it would work.  Co is only 2, but he is large and coordinated for his age, so we let him try it out first.  We have a slanted driveway so we set him at the top and let him go.  He had no problem holding on to the frame and keeping the cart in motion.  If anything he went a little too fast.

Next, we let our 7 year old Kik have a turn.  We quickly scooted the seat back and she hopped on.  She booked it.  We have other wiggle ride on cars, and she can never get them to turn very smoothly.  Kik was very pleased that the Ziggle was so easy to maneuver.

Our 4 year old Bid has the hardest time getting our other wiggle card going on the sidewalk.  They just don't wiggle like they are supposed to.  So we had her hop on the Ziggle at the bottom of the sloped driveway, and had her wiggle her way to the top. She got up on her first try.

Here is a video of each of my kids first ride on the Ziggle.



To Buy - The radio Flyer Ziggle comes in red and pink and retails for just $39.99.  I really wish they made it for bigger kids as well, because it looks like a lot of fun.

The Ziggle features
  • Twist the front and wiggle the back, just get on and go
  • Four caster wheels for a fun, fast ride
  • 360⁰ degree spin out action
  • Adjustable seat grows with your child
  • Grip tape for feet provide added control
  • Padded hand grips for comfort
  • Solid steel frame
  • Ages 3-8 (up to 81 lbs)






I received a product to review from Ziggle and House Party. Opinions expressed in this post are strictly my own - I was not influenced in any way. I received no monetary compensation for this post.



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