Wednesday, February 25, 2009

PlayDate Pick & CONTEST: Skuut's Beginner Bike

I remember learning to ride a bike. It was not easy! I remember my dad taking off the steering wheels yelling at me to, "PEDAL, PEDAL, PEDAL!" as I wobbled like crazy. In fact, my parents still laugh and groan at the biking mishaps my sister and I had.

Like how I refused to use the handbrakes, I would just jump off.

Or the time my sister's shoelace got caught in the wheel and she tumbled off.

Or the time my tire got stuck between the that "attractive" gap between the sidewalk and the grass and I fell on my head. (A rush to the ER happened shortly after! My dad has an inner NASCAR driver in him, by theway).

Anyways, my point is that learning to ride a bike doesn't have to be that CRAZY! Ease your child into it with SKUUT! Skuut is an AWESOME, ATTRACTIVE, wooden, beginner's bike that will teach your child to GLIDE and BALANCE before they have to worry about braking and pedaling. There are no pedals or training wheels on this wooden bike. All your child has to do is sit, scoot and glide to ride Skuut. In fact, your child can transition from his Skuut to a regular bike without ever having to depend on training wheels! It's meant for ages 2 to 5, so I knew it would be PERFECT for my oldest, who is 2.5.

When you receive your Skuut, you only need to do minor assembly. I attached the seat, the handlebars and the front wheel. The seat is adjustable so the tiniest of riders can Skuut! If you want measurements, the height of the seat can range from approximately 13.5 inches to 16.5 inches high.

Now, you know the Mom Buzz wouldn't steer you wrong. But if you want to hear more accolades on this awesome first bike, then feel comfortable in knowing that it has won awards from:
  • The Toy Man - Editor's Choice
  • The Toy Man - Award of Excellence
  • The Toy Man - Seal of Approval
  • The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval Winner
  • Top 10 active children's products for 2006 by Dr. Toy
  • Winner of the Education.com A+ Award
  • Picked as a top Ride-on Toy in The Great American Toy Test 2006
And it is a PlayDate Pick, as well!

Samantha from As They Grow Up says:

"My son loves riding it indoors and outdoors. He prefers the skuut over the tricycle that he has. It turns corners really well and goes as fast as his little legs can make it go."

Heather from Grab Bag Reviews says:

"My oldest found this bike to be super fun, and he loves skuuting around inside the house! The construction is very sturdy, and the whole bike comes together with less than 5 minutes of assembly time."

And Erin from the Mom Buzz (Wait - that's me!) says:

"Everyone loves this beginner bike, from my 14 month old (who IS too short too ride, but he thinks he can) to my 5 year old nephew! And of course, my niece and 2.5 year old love it too!"

So...are you looking for a birthday gift for a little toddler? A beginner bike is a great idea! So scoot on over to Skuut.com to purchase one! Or you can ...

WIN WIN WIN
Would you like to win a Skuut for your beginner biker?

REQUIRED FIRST ENTRY: Visit Skuut.com and tell me ONE THING I haven't already mentioned in this review.

EXTRA ENTRIES:
  • Enter to win a Skuut at As They Grow Up. Leave a comment here so I know. This Extra Entry is only good until March 5th!
  • Enter to win a Skuut at Grab Bag Reviews. Leave a comment here so I know. This Extra Entry is only good until March 4th!
  • Add PlayDate Picks to your Twitter and Tweet the contest. Leave the tweet link in a comment.
  • Blog about the contest - add a link to PlayDate Picks and the Sponsor. Leave your permalink in a comment.
  • Add PlayDate Picks button to your site OR add PlayDate Picks to your blog roll. Leave a comment so I know!
  • Join the PlayDate Picks Forum and post how you learned to ride a bike! Or how you are teaching your kids? Leave your screen name and post link in a comment.
Contest Ends March 11th. Please refer to complete contest rules. No other entries are permitted other than those listed.


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178 comments:

  1. The bike weighs about 10 lbs, and is well distributed, so it is easy to carry when your toddler tires out.

    I love the idea of this bike! I think it would be great for my middle son, and eventually my youngest too.

    thewondermomma(at)gmail(dot)com

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  2. I entered to win at "As they grow up".

    thewondermomma(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. I entered at "Grab bag reviews".

    thewondermomma(at)gmail(dot)com

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  4. I could buy it the Children's Museum of Phoenix

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  5. Skuut rhymes with hoot, toot and boot. Use it as in "It's a hoot to Skuut!"

    Thanks for the fun giveaway. I know the perfect little guy for this~

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  6. Skuut rhymes with hoot, toot and boot. Use it as in "It's a hoot to Skuut!" I liked this fact.

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  7. I would love one for my boys. I found out the Skuut rhymes with hoot. I thought it was like cut so that was information I needed to know. I like that it also is guaranteed!

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  8. I added y'all to my Twitter (awhile back) and tweeted.

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  9. I have the Playdate Picks button.

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  10. My brand new grandson would love this!

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  11. How high up is the seat?
    The adjustable seat ranges from just over 13.5 inches to 16.5 inches high, fitting most 2-5 year olds.

    What are the tires made of?
    The tires are pneumatic rubber. They can tolerate up to 40PSI, but we suggest 20-25 PSI for best shock absorbtion.

    cdziuba@aol.com

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  12. i like that it weighs only ten pounds very easy to handle mverno@roadrunner.com

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  13. Entered to win a Skuut at As They Grow Up. cdziuba@aol.com

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  14. Entered to win a Skuut at Grab Bag Reviews. cdziuba@aol.com

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  15. I follow Playdate Picks on Twitter (cdziuba) and tweeted:

    http://twitter.com/cdziuba/status/1251206997


    cdziuba@aol.com

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  16. I have your button. ceeceeblogger.blogspot.com


    cdziuba@aol.com

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  17. I am a Playdate Picks forum member, and I posted:

    http://playdatepicks.forumotion.com/general-f2/how-i-learned-to-ride-a-bike-t523.htm#2610


    cdziuba@aol.com

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  18. The bike weighs 10 lbs. Thanks for the chance.

    sweetascandy579 at yahoo dot com

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  19. The skuut requires ongoing maintenance. My son watched the video on the site and thinks they are very kuul. LOL

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  20. I also added your button to my page! =-) I am sooo going to win this one.

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  21. It only takes a screwdriver to finish the quick assembly.

    Yup, you mentioned minimal assembly...but you didn't say what tool. :) It was hard to find a fact. You guys were pretty stinkin' thorough! *wink*

    email: GvnJCmyALL@aol.com

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  22. The bike weighs a very light 10 pounds.

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  23. Skuut rhymes with hoot, not butt

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  24. How do you pronounce Skuut? Remember it rhymes with hoot, toot, and boot.

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  25. I've entered at As They Grow Up.

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  26. I've entered at Grab Bag Reviews.

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  27. Skuut means an attractive wooden bike without pedals for young children or to push forward and glide with glee on aforementioned wooden bike.

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  28. Entered to win a Skuut at As They Grow Up.

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  29. Entered to win a Skuut at Grab Bag Reviews.

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  30. Skuuts are guaranteed to be free of manufacturing defects for up to one year.

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  31. I entered at As They Grow Up. Thank you for the extra chance to win.

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  32. The tires are pneumatic rubber. They can tolerate up to 40PSI, but we suggest 20-25 PSI for best shock absorption.
    meredycat@lycos.com

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  33. I follow you on Twitter under Meredycat and tweeted.
    meredycat*lycos*com

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  34. I entered at Grab Bag Reviews too. Thank you for the extra entries.

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  35. It will prob only take 2 weeks to learn to ride!

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  36. The Skuut was picked as a top Ride-on Toy in The Great American Toy Test for 2006

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  37. It is an environmentally friendly toy!
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  38. entered at as they grow up
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  39. entered at grab bag reviews too!
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  40. They have an affiliate program. :)

    lilacbutterfly [at] earthlink.net

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  41. bike only weighs 10lbs and is eco friendly

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  42. I like that it has an adjustable seat, so it grows with your children. It's such a great way to get them comfortable with riding a bike, without actually having to learn it yet.

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  43. all you need to assemble this bad boy is a screw driver!

    Jennifer.lleras@gmail.com

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  44. The little Skuut bike is only 10 lbs. This makes it easy to carry and stow when your little one gets tired of playing with it. It's nice that it's not much heavier than a infant car seat.

    sharon(at)earthformed(dot)com

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  45. I entered at As They Grow Up.

    sharon(at)earthformed(dot)com

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  46. You will need to maintain the Skuut from time to time. Thanks.

    gahome2mom(at)gmail(d)com

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  47. button on blog - abc listed:
    gahome2mom(at)gmail(d)com
    http://lovingheartdesigns.blogspot.com/

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  48. I entered to win at Grab Bag Reviews {Kids learn balance and coordination while quickly gaining skills to transition to a regular bike - without fear and without clunky old training wheels. :) Thanks.)

    gahome2mom(at)gmail(d)com
    http://lovingheartdesigns.blogspot.com/

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  49. I entered at Grab Bag Reviews.

    sharon(at)earthformed(dot)com

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  50. Your Playdat Picks badge is on my blog.
    http://www.thebabyfund.com in the right sidebar.

    sharon(at)earthformed(dot)com

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  51. The Skuut comes fully assembled except for the handlebars and front wheel, which are easily attached. Instructions are provided. All you need is a screwdriver.


    samanthajocampen at gmail dot com

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  52. Entered to win at As They Grow Up!


    gahome2mom(at)gmail(d)com
    http://lovingheartdesigns.blogspot.com/

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  53. I tweeted: http://tinyurl.com/ajqeup
    Twtr: gahome2mom (Come twtr with me too.)


    gahome2mom(at)gmail(d)com
    http://lovingheartdesigns.blogspot.com/

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  54. I follow you on Twitter as earthformed.
    Here is my tweet: http://twitter.com/earthformed/status/1253942322

    sharon(at)earthformed(dot)com

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  55. The children learned to coast with their feet up in one to two weeks!

    jtmorford(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  56. I entered to win one at As They Grow Up.

    jtmorford(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  57. http://tinyurl.com/ajqeup
    Added you on tweet and twittered contest-MeganBWR.
    meganandadamrogers at gmail dot com

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  58. I blogged contest here:
    http://justformeandyou2.blogspot.com/2009/02/win-skuut.html

    meganandadamrogers at gmail dot com

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  59. I added your button to my blog at justformeandyou2.blogspot.com

    meganandadamrogers at gmail dot com

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  60. Joined the Playdate Picks forum as earthformed.
    Here is the link to my post: http://playdatepicks.forumotion.com/general-f2/how-i-learned-to-ride-a-bike-t523.htm#2616

    sharon(at)earthformed(dot)com

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  61. Entered at Grab bag reviews.
    meganandadamrogers at gmail dot com

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  62. Skuut Rhymes with HOOT like in the Owl!

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  63. The Skuut weighs just 10 pounds.
    gkstratos@yahoo.com

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  64. Entered the Skuut giveaway @ As They Grow Up
    gkstratos@yahoo.com

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  65. Entered the Skuut giveaway @ Grab Bag Reviews
    gkstratos@yahoo.com

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  66. I can buy it at sparrow in LA, this is a great product and I would love to get one for my daughter! It would help get her use to balancing and get her ready for her little dirt bike!
    yzgirl4[at]verizon[dot]com

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  67. I entered at As They Grow up
    yzgirl4[at]verizon[dot]com

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  68. I entered at Grab bag Reviews
    yzgirl4[at]verizon[dot]com

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  69. I learned that the Skuut weighs about 10 lbs.

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  70. I follow PP @ I tweeted

    http://twitter.com/simplyandreah/status/1254886258

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  71. I just entered at As They Grow Up.

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  72. I love that it is so lightweight!! Thanks for the chance!!

    mogrill@comcast.net

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  73. Love the idea of this beautiful and heavy bike. rajikarthik@hotmail.com

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  74. checked the retailer section, and nobody in SoCal sells it :(

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  75. The Skuut is perfect for learning balance, steering, coordination and independence.Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

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  76. I entered to win @ As They Grow Up. Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

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  77. I entered @ Grab Bag Reviews. Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

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  78. http://twitter.com/bluenude3/status/1255911829 I follow you on twitter & I tweeted! @bluenude3 Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

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  79. Bike weighs 10 pounds, nice and light

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  80. It only weighs 10 pounds! Wow! Great for "skuut"ing for those 2-5 year olds.

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  81. I blogged about your contest: http://blog.earthformed.com/2009/02/27/how-did-you-learn-to-ride-a-bike/

    sharon(at)earthformed(dot)com

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  82. The bike weighs about 10 lbs. Would love to win this for my boys, thanks for the chance

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  83. I think this was important in the frequently asked questions:Does the Skuut require any maintenance?
    1. Like all ride-on toys, the Skuut requires some ongoing maintenance. Bolts may loosen from movement and vibration, so make sure to check them for tightness before each ride.
    2. Do not leave or store the Skuut outside for long periods of time. Though it is protected by a lacquer veneer coating, it is still made of wood, and is susceptable to warping, rotting, etc from too much exposure to the elements.
    3. Failure to perform routine maintenance of or follow the Skuut storage recommendations may void the warranty.

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  84. I learned that it shouldn't be left outside for extended periods of time, and there's a photo of it on the box-so if ordering as a gift, you have to be careful. Which is really good to know, since all good surprises are ruined that way!
    mommastaci33(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  85. I entered at As They Grow Up.
    mommastaci33(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  86. And I entered at Grab Bag Reviews.
    mommastaci33(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  87. I learned that "Skuut" rhymes with toot, hoot, and boot! They ought to make these for adults!
    dolniaks@connecttime.net

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  88. I learned that the Skuut bike weighs ten pounds.
    msurosey@yahoo.com

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  89. 1. What does Skuut mean?
    (skoot) n. An attractive wooden bike without pedals for young children.
    v. To push forward and glide with glee on aforementioned wooden bike.

    2. How do you pronounce Skuut?
    (skoot) Skuut rhymes with hoot, toot and boot. Use it as in "It's a hoot to Skuut!"

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  90. They have an excellent FAQ link.
    sunstraw@aol.com

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  91. The adjustable seat ranges from just over 13.5 inches to 16.5 inches high, fitting most 2-5 year olds

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  92. Skuut rhymes with hoot, toot and boot. Use it as in "It's a hoot to Skuut!"


    I was wondering how to pronouce it.

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  93. They have theses at the Children's Museum in Phoenix.

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  94. You can watch videos to see the Skuut in action!

    Thanks! foxsquirrelrabbit at gmail dot com

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  95. I love that it only weighs about 10 lbs so if there is a fall and it ends up on the little one, it won't cause a lot of damage! Thanks!

    sherri419 at gmail dot com

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  96. Winner of the 2008 Creative Child Magazine Top Toy of the Year award. JeansandTs@hotmail.com

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  97. You can find them at Toys Etcetera in Chicago
    rosans4@comcast.net

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  98. I entered to win a Skuut at Grab Bag reviews
    rosans4@comcast.net

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  99. I left a comment at Playdate Picks forum under rosannepm and this is the link: http://playdatepicks.forumotion.com/post.forum?mode=reply&t=523
    rosans4@comcast.net

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  100. i learned how to pronouce skuut,it ryhmes with hoot.

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  101. You stop it Fred Flintstone style. With your feet. Thank you

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  102. I entered to win at "As they grow up".

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  103. I entered to win at "Grab Bag Reviews".

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  104. It is so lightweight! Only 10 pounds! Wow! My daughter is 2 and this would be the perfect learning bike for her. Thanks for sharing this. Love this product! sallyanne03 at gmail dot com

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  105. declared a Best Gift Ideas for 3-4 year olds by Cookie Magazine

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  106. The adjustable seat ranges from just over 13.5 inches to 16.5 inches high, fitting most 2-5 year olds.:)THIS WOULD BE PERFECT 4 MY GRANSON WHO IS 2 AND HE COULD SHARE IT WITH HIS 3 BROTHERS:)masonsgranny59ATyahoo.com

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  107. Having mastered balance on the Skuut, the transition to a traditional two wheeler bike is easy.

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  108. Entered to win a Skuut at As They Grow Up.

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  109. Got your button.
    http://justanothernewblog.blogspot.com/

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  110. tweet http://twitter.com/aitmama/status/1284221110

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  111. I like that it only weighs 10 lbs, so it's easy to carry if your tot wears out.

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  112. I love that it only weights 10 pounds.

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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  113. The bike weighs about 10 lbs, and is well distributed, so it is easy to carry when your toddler tires out.

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  114. If you little one is a bit too short try turning the body upside down!! It was shown working well in one of their submitted video/photos

    typhi599@aol.com

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  115. Skuuts are guaranteed to be free of manufacturing defects for up to one year.

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  116. I like that the bike only weighs 10 lbs for when my son doesnt ride anymore and I have to carry it home

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  117. Skuut rhymes with hoot, toot and boot. It looks very well made. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  118. not only is it fun for kids, but the skuut is eco-friendly, too

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  119. there's a very informative FAQ page on skuut.com

    kes_rith(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  120. AWESOME! It was such a battle getting my oldest daughter to ride a bike and my youngest is being even more difficult. This would be AMAZING to win for her. Thanks for the opportunity! :o)

    Here's my tidbit of info I found on the site:

    The tires are pneumatic rubber. They can tolerate up to 40PSI, but we suggest 20-25 PSI for best shock absorbtion.

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  121. It weighs only 10 pounds. That's great!

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  122. I tweeted your giveaway! (My username is @ThriftyJinxy)

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  123. I learned that I can get one of these at REI which is only about a half hour from my house. I've never seen them before!

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  124. Twittered: http://twitter.com/coriwestphal/status/1306184679

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  125. It only weighs 10 pounds.

    That;s great that it's so light weight in case the bike falls on the child for some reason.

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  126. Skuut rhymes with hoot, toot and boot. Use it as in "It's a hoot to Skuut!"

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  127. I love this....

    What does Skuut mean?

    (skoot) n. An attractive wooden bike without pedals for young children.

    v. To push forward and glide with glee on aforementioned wooden bike.

    Thanks so much for this fabulous give~away! : )))

    leahita[at]gmail[dot]com

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  128. I am following you on TWITTER....username mamaleahita.

    And, I TWITTERED about this fabulous give~away.

    http://twitter.com/mamaleahita/status/1307183551

    Thanks again! : )))

    leahita[at]gmail[dot]com

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  129. Do not leave or store the Skuut outside for long periods of time. Though it is protected by a lacquer veneer coating, it is still made of wood, and is susceptable to warping, rotting, etc from too much exposure to the elements

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  130. i found out that the only retail store that carries the skuut in Vermont is Woodbury Mountain Toys, thanks for the entry

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  131. I learned that the tires are pneumatic rubber. They can tolerate up to 40PSI.

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  132. The bike is only 10 pounds. THanks.

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  133. I hope it hasn't been mentioned already, but when I was at the Skuut site looking at the specs and faq's, I read that it takes a mere screwdriver to assemble the front tire and handlebars. Thanks for the entry!

    c81280@hotmail dot com

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  134. Shuut rhymes with hoot and weighs 10 pounds.

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  135. I would love one for my grandson.
    Thanks!
    Stampnsark@aol.com

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  136. I learned how to pronounce it from their faq! lol!

    Skuut rhymes with hoot, toot and boot. Use it as in "It's a hoot to Skuut!"

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  137. following you on twitter and tweeted
    http://twitter.com/Ardy22/status/1309374765

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  138. blogged you
    http://ardy22.blogspot.com/

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  139. Nice that it only weighs ten pounds so its easy to move and take just about anywhere.

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  140. this is so cute and looks like it would be so much fun to ride. I know the perfect child for this perfect bike!

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  141. Screw driver is all it takes to assemble. My grandson and I could assemble the skuut.

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  142. I fould that Skuut rhymes with hoot. easier to say it now... they are great bikes, my daughter would love it.

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  143. The Skuut is The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval Winner

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  144. It has won the The Toy Man - Seal of Approval. Right now I am trying to teach my older daughter how to ride without her training wheels. Wished we had had this. Definitely a good idea for my little one before she gets a bike.

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  145. It weighs 10 pounds. skyxsky27(at)gmail.com

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  146. Button ... http://skyxsky27.blogspot.com/

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  147. I like that it's pretty lightweight, even though it looks super heavy due to the wood. I also like that they're carried by my local REI in Roseville, CA. I've never bought something from REI that hasn't lasted many years of abuse!

    lkziegler[at]gmail[dot]com

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  148. The Skuut comes fully assembled except for the handlebars and front wheel.

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  149. Thanks for the contest! bahjeep@aol.com

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  150. the adjustable seat fits most 2-5 year olds!ashlyn@chuparkoff.com

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  151. Like all ride-on toys, the Skuut requires some ongoing maintenance. Bolts may loosen from movement and vibration, so make sure to check them for tightness before each ride.

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  152. I like that it's light enough for my kids to pick up

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  153. I learned that using this bike teaches balance and coordination that helps get to a big bike.

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  154. It received the Toy Man seal of approval :)

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  155. I learned that the tires are made of pneumatic rubber.

    ms.lilyk@gmail.com

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  156. I learned the got The Toy Man Seal Of Approval!

    I also learned I can buy one at:
    REI
    7538 Westheimer Rd
    Houston, TX 77063
    713-353-2582

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  157. I like that the bike is only 10 ibs in weight. I was suprised at that.

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