Win A Back To School Ozbozz Scooter Worth £19.99 @ PlayPennies

30 August 2010

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Back to school is about to become Back at school and so we’re giving away a gorgeous My First Scooter from Ozbozz to turn that long school trek into an adventure. This collapsible scooter is brilliant for homes that have limited storage space, or parents that don’t want big items cluttering up the entrance hall.

Worth £19.99 at Ozbozz, the scooter collapses in half with a quick click and flick, has a sturdy frame and can be adjusted to suit your child’s skill levels.

imagehandler.axd Kids starting out can use two wheels at the front and back and these can be gradually reduced as they gain confidence. You can see our Ozbozz review here.

It is ideal for kids from the age of two and comes in two different colours. The one we have for the competition is purple and green. It says it is a "boys" scooter but those colours are really very gender neutral so mums and dads of both should enter!

How to Enter

The competition will be running for one week, from 30th August to 5th September 2010 and to win you need to answer only one simple question:

My first scooter boys uprightQuestion: Name two features of the Ozbozz My First Scooter.

  • Subscribe to the PlayPennies daily email update (1 entry)
  • Leave a comment in the thread below with answer (1 entry)
  • Tweet a link to this contest and leave your twitter link below (1 bonus entry)
  • Rules:

    1. The contest ends on Sunday 5th September 2010
    2. The question must be answered correctly to win
    3. Open to UK and Ireland residents only
    4. 1 person per household may enter
    5. Must complete email verification when subscribing
    6. Must include a valid email address if commenting
    7. Admin’s decision is final in call cases

    The winner will be announced on Monday 6th September 2010 and your prize will be sent out that same week. Please expect delivery within two weeks of the announcement.

    19 comments

    • chrissyb55
      like this its great for the kids
    • SlayerKat
      It grows with the child and comes with a tool kit.
    • kelly_o_fanatic
      Adapts to the childs skill level Collapsible for easy storage
    • lindsey
      the scooter collapses in half and can be adjusted to suit your child’s skill levels
    • Heather
      Scooter collapses so can be carried home (perfect for schools with no bike/scooter storage facilities) and is adjustable as child grows in ability and confidence. Can personally recommend!
    • Emma
      adjusts for skill level by starting with two wheels at front and back which can be adjusted once child gains confidence and skill. Folds for easy storage/carrying (perfect for the carry home when required ....) :)
    • Lindy
      The scooter collapses so it is easy for storage and is adjustable for the childs skill level. A very good first scooter :d
    • Nikki
      Its collapsable and comes in two gender neutral colours!
    • Przemyslaw
      great for daily trips to school
    • Elizabeth B.
      This looks great for getting to nursery! I'm already subscribed to your daily emails :0)
    • Elizabeth B.
      It collapses for storage and grows with your child :0)
    • Vicky F.
      My daughter would love this!
    • Vicky F.
      This scooter collapses for easy storage There are two wheels at the front and back and these can be gradually reduced as they gain confidence. http://api.twitter.com/vickyfogg
    • KRISTIAN
      THE OZBOZZ SCOOTERS WHEEL CAN BE REDUCED AS CHILD GETS OLDER/BETTER AND IT FOLDS DOWN FOR EASY TRANSPORT OR STORAGE.
    • magicbeans
      can i do the school runs on this?
    • Sarah F.
      My answer is -1. The Ozbozz scooter collapses in half with a quick click and flick !!! 2. Small kids starting out can use two wheels at the front and back and these can be gradually reduced as they gain confidence. https://twitter.com/callamsmom
    • kerry
      Kids starting out can use two wheels at the front and back and these can be gradually reduced as they gain confidence. collapsible scooter is brilliant for homes that have limited storage space
    • jess h.
      i like that you can gradually reduce the wheels to the childs confidence levels and that it folds down really small and really quick which means you wont be standing there trying to take it apart when u need to put it in the car or in storage .
    • KELLY
      Bought this for my son from amazon and it was faulty so I had to return. It would be great to have one for free!

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