When you have a child, you know there are things you’ll have to save for, like camp or college. But $200 for a tricycle? Yes, that’s what the Kettler costs, but apparently it’s well worth the money. Parents who own these trikes swear by them.
I’m all for quality toys. If other brands need to be replaced after a few years (meaning a new bike for every child), then perhaps I could get over the sticker shock and embrace the investment. But how different are the inexpensive bikes, really? Are they really that much more poorly constructed, or are they for fine for a child to practice pedaling?
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