Get a pair of stilts and learn to walk on them
The soft grip handles and fully adjustable stilts make it easy for your child to grow with them
Once the skills improve, replace the trainers with skid-resistant caps
It contains 2 adjustable stilts, 2 soft grip handles, two sets of stilt feet, 3 Allen wrenches, 4 screws, and guidance on how to use it
Children 5 years of age and older should use this product
Questions & Answers
The highest point on the foot peg is how high is the ground?
So I am not sure of the size. I gave it to my nephew, so I am not sure. I think it measured about a foot, if I remember correctly. Both he, as an 8 year old guy (nearly 5') and his grandpa (6'1) got to ride them and had a blast. These are fantastic! I recommend them! had to superglue the rubber stoppers on because they kept falling off) But it was still worth it!
How much space does it have to be packed into if it's 39 inches? It should be possible for me to fit it in a suitcase. ?
Yes, I do not think these will fit in
Is it necessary for the child to hunch over awkwardly as seen ?
Depending on the height of the child, the petal or handle can be adjusted high or low. It is very comfortable for my daughter to walk on it straight since she is over four feet tall.
There is a 4 year old grandson and a 6 year old granddaughter in my family. Is their age too young to engage in such a sport?
It will be a big hit with them. When he was about six, my son was about two years old. Friend who is a parent of a child in the fourth grade Play often on the 5 range when they come over.
Selected User Reviews For Alex Active Play Ready Set Stilts Kids Outdoor Exercise Sports Activity
This is a big hit with them all! There is definitely an element of challenge to it
There are four of us, ranging in ages from 6 to 16 This is what I gave them for Christmas, since I'm always on the look out for outdoor activities that will get them off their tech and television for the day. Each and every one of them loves There is no doubt that it is challenging, and it is obviously more difficult for the 6th grade The year is Even though it is old, my sons, ages 11 and 9, managed to pick it up very quickly and have been riding them around the kitchen ever since. As they are covered with snow and ice outside at this moment, they cannot be used outside at the moment, but we can keep them out of the way in a corner and our children can easily use them to walk around the kitchen table, so it should work out here As far as their age range is concerned, they are extremely interchangeable If you want to unlock the lock, you must push it There is a button to adjust the poles higher or lower and you can easily go from the T-bar to the T-bar I shaped my training in this way It is more challenging to use rubber tips with "wheel" type tips that are more stable. I love the bright colors, they will be easy to find in case the kids leave them around outside. I like the quality and it looks like there will be no problems. Designed to last for a long time.
| Mar 01, 2021
Engages them and keeps them on their toes
This is a true gift for our child if we see his or her determination and desire to accomplish whatever they set their minds to. Please read the size chart before you order, however we were able to use one of the leg holes in order to lower the handbars so we could balance better. When we did that, it was even easier to start. As well as the exercise bars for the legs, I love it! There are a lot of kids who don't realize what they're missing, more parents should buy them gift ideas.
| May 04, 2021
The product "ALEX Toys Active Play Ready Set Stilts" has a broken beginner balance and one of the stilts does not lock the handle in place, which makes using it impossible
On Sunday, I drove two hours to deliver a present to a young child, but I didn't discover the problem because I left right after I dropped it off. It's unclear to me how a return should be handled now.
| May 25, 2021
Good in a Surprising Way They are a favorite of my 7-year-old
It was my 7 year old son's wish for Christmas, so I bought it for him. I'm rather cautious as a parent, but he really wanted this. Nonetheless, I expected him to fall on his arse the moment he tried to use these, given that he has a hard time picking up roller skates, bicycles, and even a two-wheeler A skateboard or a scooter would have been a better choice, but instead, he picked this up very quickly and still enjoys roaming around the house using it. Wheels are probably not his cup of tea. Anyhow, I would say that he would consider them pretty enjoyable and easy to use. Neither of us have taken off the feet, so they haven't been altered to their advanced form, so maybe that would be more challenging for him. You can set them up to put your feet 5 or so inches off the ground, but that setting isn't the easiest to achieve.
| Apr 11, 2021
It is a good price point to assess whether there is actual interest in stilts
I ordered these for my son just because they were the cheapest. They are not awesome or anything, just light tube metal for a child perhaps 10 or under (definitely NOT for an adult). It didn't take him long to lose interest, so I wasn't out that.
| Sep 02, 2020
I highly recommend this purchase! This is just right for my son, who is not active and is right at the weight limit
To get him outside and to give him a break from legos, I bought this as a long shot to get him out of the house and get some exercise. It was a surprising sight when he saw them on Christmas morning, and he wasn't thrilled. He has been pleasantly surprised, I think! Although he is 10 and takes a little practice to get the hang of it, he is slowly improving (and I did tell him once he can take 10 steps in them easily, I would give him $5, so I am sure that has played a part). Because the weather has been too cold for him to use them outdoors, he has been using them indoors, which has also worked quite well. Usually he is able to get them out on his own without any prodding and then he will spend 15 minutes or so Despite a bit of a hefty price, I am quite pleased with the quality and price. The product would be great to buy again, and I might even buy for my younger nephew as well!.
| Sep 26, 2020
Toy that is fun to play with, but challenging to adjust
Especially difficult for a 9 year old, a 6 year old, and a 4 year old. It was amazing that the 4 year old did the best. He would pick it up and try again frequently, but it wouldn't last very long. Having the ability to adjust things more easily would be nice. As we use a tool with each new kid, we have to adjust it accordingly.
| Mar 13, 2021
However, there are no good quality controls in place for this idea
The stilts we bought my daughter for Christmas were cut wrong, as the metal had two points instead of one, so we couldn't attach these pieces to make the stilts stable. However, my daughter was desperate to start using them right away, so she has been using them the way they are regardless of the length of one side. Despite this, I think her success would have been greater with the beginner ones.
| Mar 01, 2021