Ride And Grow

Globber knows that kids grow so quickly (seemingly overnight, sometimes) that their toys and clothes can’t keep up. So they created transforming scooters that will cruise along with them through their early years. Their scooters are easily adjustable to suit a growth spurt or accommodate different-sized riders. The three-wheeled design provides extra stability, too. The scooter is less likely to tip over, and easier for kids to learn on. Kids as young as 12 months can begin with the multi-stage scooter. It starts as a push bike with a rear handlebar. At around age two—when they will tell you they can do it “all by themselves, Mom”—pop the handle out, and it’s now a self-propelled scooter/bike hybrid. Remove the seat and insert the adjustable handlebar for three-year olds ready to scooter around. Globber’s three-wheeled scooter is the way to roll for slightly bigger kids. The handlebars can be raised to two more heights to keep up with them until they’re around six. It would be wonderful if everything could grow along with your kids, but at least their favorite scooter will stay with them for years.

Globber

Adjustable Scooters

Ride And Grow

Globber knows that kids grow so quickly (seemingly overnight, sometimes) that their toys and clothes can’t keep up. So they created transforming scooters that will cruise along with them through their early years. Their scooters are easily adjustable to suit a growth spurt or accommodate different-sized riders. The three-wheeled design provides extra stability, too. The scooter is less likely to tip over, and easier for kids to learn on. Kids as young as 12 months can begin with the multi-stage scooter. It starts as a push bike with a rear handlebar. At around age two—when they will tell you they can do it “all by themselves, Mom”—pop the handle out, and it’s now a self-propelled scooter/bike hybrid. Remove the seat and insert the adjustable handlebar for three-year olds ready to scooter around. Globber’s three-wheeled scooter is the way to roll for slightly bigger kids. The handlebars can be raised to two more heights to keep up with them until they’re around six. It would be wonderful if everything could grow along with your kids, but at least their favorite scooter will stay with them for years.

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Heather
    Heather

    Hello customers of The Grommet! I am here to answer any questions regarding Globber Scooters. Ask away!

  • Nathan
    Nathan
    6/3/2016 10:38 AM

    We have a 3 year-old granddaughter. Which product would be most appropriate and likely to be used the longest? We also have a 6 and a half year-old. Would the 3-wheeled adjustable be practical, or is she about to outgrow it? Thanks!

  • Heather
    Heather – Special Guest
    6/3/2016 11:02 AM

    @Nathan The 3 Wheel Adjustable Scooter would be perfect for your 3 year old! We suggest the age range for the 3 Wheel Adjustable Scooter to be around age 2 to 7 or 8 years. She will have plenty of room for growth with the handlebars reaching a max height of 31". If your 6 year old is very coordinated, they may grow out of it pretty quickly.

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca
    6/3/2016 11:13 AM

    Hi, Heather-- Our granddaughter is turning two soon. Which scooter would you suggest for her?

  • Heather
    Heather – Special Guest
    6/3/2016 11:38 AM

    @Rebecca I would strongly suggest the multi-stage scooter. She is almost to the age where she can ride the 3 Wheel Scooter by herself but the younger riders tend to tucker out pretty quickly from that. With the multi-stage scooter, you have the ability to push her around when she gets tired, or doesn't feel like walking AND have the option to set up the scooter for her to be independent, if it's that kind of day for her ;)

  • Heather
    Heather – Special Guest
    6/3/2016 11:40 AM

    Not to mention she can push around on the bike stage herself if you get tired! ;)

  • Francine
    Francine
    6/3/2016 11:13 AM

    Hi,

    In push-bike mode, is there a way for the parent to steer the scooter? In other words, what's the experience like, pushing the scooter and turning 90 degree corners?

  • Heather
    Heather – Special Guest
    6/3/2016 11:35 AM

    @Francine that is a great question! When the child is on the seat, the push bike leans to turn, just like the 3 Wheel Scooter, but it will not make a 90 degree turn. 3 Wheel Scooters are not meant to make sharp corners because, with 2 wheels in the front, they're designed to be more stable and easier to learn on for the rider. It is very easy to slightly lift up the back wheel with the parent's push handle and pivot the scooter where it needs to go.

  • Kathryn
    Kathryn
    6/3/2016 11:41 AM

    I love getting in on the launch. I JUST ordered one for my granddaughter who is 13 1/2 months and will be walking soon. She has a 2 1/2 year old brother who is now a scooter champ, and when I showed this to "Daddy" (my son) he said, "Very cool!! I like it and I guess we do probably need a second scooter soon." So a blue one is now coming our way! Thank you, Heather!

  • Heather
    Heather – Special Guest
    6/3/2016 11:53 AM

    @Kathryn thank you Kathryn! They will be so excited when they try them out!! Feel free to reach out to us if you ever need anything.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/3/2016 11:55 AM

    We love to hear a story like that, Kathryn! Now you'll get it before anyone else. Let us know how you like it.

  • Kathryn
    Kathryn
    6/3/2016 2:44 PM

    @Mike Will do!! They live near a large park where lots of kidlets use scooters, and now Anja will have her own - first to sit on and be pushed, and then to scoot on using the seat, and then to catch her brother as she uses it as an official stand-alone scooter!! This Grammy is happy!

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/3/2016 3:12 PM

    And soon the grandkids will be, too!

  • Kathy
    Kathy
    6/3/2016 4:32 PM

    Where is it made?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/3/2016 4:34 PM

    It is made in China, Kathy.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Globber

Adjustable Scooters

Ride And Grow

Globber knows that kids grow so quickly (seemingly overnight, sometimes) that their toys and clothes can’t keep up. So they created transforming scooters that will cruise along with them through their early years.

Their scooters are easily adjustable to suit a growth spurt or accommodate different-sized riders. The three-wheeled design provides extra stability, too. The scooter is less likely to tip over, and easier for kids to learn on.

Kids as young as 12 months can begin with the multi-stage scooter. It starts
as a push bike with a rear handlebar. At around age two—when they will tell you they can do it “all by themselves, Mom”—pop the handle out, and it’s now a self-propelled scooter/bike hybrid. Remove the seat and insert the adjustable handlebar for three-year olds ready to scooter around.

Globber’s three-wheeled scooter is the way to roll for slightly bigger kids. The handlebars can be raised to two more heights to keep up with them until they’re around six.

It would be wonderful if everything could grow along with your kids, but at least their favorite scooter will stay with them for years.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Heather
    Heather

    Hello customers of The Grommet! I am here to answer any questions regarding Globber Scooters. Ask away!

  • Nathan
    Nathan
    6/3/2016 10:38 AM

    We have a 3 year-old granddaughter. Which product would be most appropriate and likely to be used the longest? We also have a 6 and a half year-old. Would the 3-wheeled adjustable be practical, or is she about to outgrow it? Thanks!

  • Heather
    Heather – Special Guest
    6/3/2016 11:02 AM

    @Nathan The 3 Wheel Adjustable Scooter would be perfect for your 3 year old! We suggest the age range for the 3 Wheel Adjustable Scooter to be around age 2 to 7 or 8 years. She will have plenty of room for growth with the handlebars reaching a max height of 31". If your 6 year old is very coordinated, they may grow out of it pretty quickly.

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca
    6/3/2016 11:13 AM

    Hi, Heather-- Our granddaughter is turning two soon. Which scooter would you suggest for her?

  • Heather
    Heather – Special Guest
    6/3/2016 11:38 AM

    @Rebecca I would strongly suggest the multi-stage scooter. She is almost to the age where she can ride the 3 Wheel Scooter by herself but the younger riders tend to tucker out pretty quickly from that. With the multi-stage scooter, you have the ability to push her around when she gets tired, or doesn't feel like walking AND have the option to set up the scooter for her to be independent, if it's that kind of day for her ;)

  • Heather
    Heather – Special Guest
    6/3/2016 11:40 AM

    Not to mention she can push around on the bike stage herself if you get tired! ;)

  • Francine
    Francine
    6/3/2016 11:13 AM

    Hi,

    In push-bike mode, is there a way for the parent to steer the scooter? In other words, what's the experience like, pushing the scooter and turning 90 degree corners?

  • Heather
    Heather – Special Guest
    6/3/2016 11:35 AM

    @Francine that is a great question! When the child is on the seat, the push bike leans to turn, just like the 3 Wheel Scooter, but it will not make a 90 degree turn. 3 Wheel Scooters are not meant to make sharp corners because, with 2 wheels in the front, they're designed to be more stable and easier to learn on for the rider. It is very easy to slightly lift up the back wheel with the parent's push handle and pivot the scooter where it needs to go.

  • Kathryn
    Kathryn
    6/3/2016 11:41 AM

    I love getting in on the launch. I JUST ordered one for my granddaughter who is 13 1/2 months and will be walking soon. She has a 2 1/2 year old brother who is now a scooter champ, and when I showed this to "Daddy" (my son) he said, "Very cool!! I like it and I guess we do probably need a second scooter soon." So a blue one is now coming our way! Thank you, Heather!

  • Heather
    Heather – Special Guest
    6/3/2016 11:53 AM

    @Kathryn thank you Kathryn! They will be so excited when they try them out!! Feel free to reach out to us if you ever need anything.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/3/2016 11:55 AM

    We love to hear a story like that, Kathryn! Now you'll get it before anyone else. Let us know how you like it.

  • Kathryn
    Kathryn
    6/3/2016 2:44 PM

    @Mike Will do!! They live near a large park where lots of kidlets use scooters, and now Anja will have her own - first to sit on and be pushed, and then to scoot on using the seat, and then to catch her brother as she uses it as an official stand-alone scooter!! This Grammy is happy!

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/3/2016 3:12 PM

    And soon the grandkids will be, too!

  • Kathy
    Kathy
    6/3/2016 4:32 PM

    Where is it made?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/3/2016 4:34 PM

    It is made in China, Kathy.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.