Ben 10 In-Line Scooter £11.49 @ Argos

10 November 2010

Ben 10 Inline scooter The BEN 10 Alien Force In-Line Scooter is on sale at Argos at £11.49, half it's original £22.99.

I love these little manual scooters for three reasons:

  1. They keep children busy

  2. They keep children warm

  3. They make children tired

One of the worst things about winter is the cooped up, indoor, cabin fever feeling the whole family can sometimes succumb to. We get scratchy and irritable and really just need to let off a little steam.

Enter BEN 10 Alien Force In-Line Scooter.

With coloured printed grip tape, adjustable handlebar height and a rear foot brake, this authentic steel and plastic scooter is suitable for ages five and over, and up to 50kg. Ready to use its dimensions are (H)78, (W)33, (D)67cm and it folds up easily for storage, going down to (H)23, (W)12, (D)60cm.

Reviews from those who've bought it are also overwhelmingly positive, with everyone loving it, for ages 5 – 7 especially, so at £11.49, it sounds like a great toy to get the little ones active and using up some excess energy!

Thanks to emmablob at HUKD

TOPICS:   Toy Store   Ride on Toys


  • Lynley O.
    The other thing I love about fold up scooters is that at the end of the day, when your little one is all tuckered out, they can stand on the scooter and you can just pull them along. Makes life so much easier not having to coax a tired 5 year old from the train station to home after a day doing museums and parks! It is nice for tired mum too as I hang my bag on the handlebar.
  • Hyejung F.
    This Ben 10 scooter made me and my 8-year old daughter very happy last saturday! It's been wet and windy all week and we were waiting for a sunny weekend(being still very hopeful about English weather in general). I really wanted my Ellie to try out the scooter this weekend and the chance arrived with bright sunshine at last!!! My husband was in the shower and I started opening the box and packaging, hoping to assemble it by the time he was out so that he could take the girls to the park. To my surprise, it only took a few minutes for me to say to my daughter to come and have a go on it. My daughter was delighted to see it assembled so quickly and I was so pleased because I was expecting it to take much longer than a few minutes considering the last experience with Ellie's first scooter. It couldn't be easier. When my husband and two daughters came back from the park, Ellie showed her thumb up and said,"It was much easier to balance on this one than my old one, mummy!" Good value for money and I'd like to recommand it to anyone who's thinking about getting one.

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