smarTrike smarTfold 400 The revolutionary and new 7-in-1 smarTfold tricycle is fully foldable to 85% of its original size, making it both compact and portable. Because of this unique feature, you can even take it on board the aircraft as hand luggage. In addition, the smarTfold grows with your child, because every implementation fits a life stage of your child. From a fully parent-controlled tricycle at the age of 9 months, to a tricycle that can be operated by your son or daughter at the age of about 3 years. Specifications: Color red Gender: junior Material frame: steel Material wheels: EVA Dimensions folded: 65 x 33 x 38 cm (L x W x H) Weight: 7.7 kg Adjustable backrest: no Parking brake: yes Suitable for children from 10 months to 3 years. Folding footrests and pedals Sunshade (foldable, removable and UV-resistant) 360-degree swivel wheel The 7 phases of the smarTfold are explained below: Phase 1 – Folded up: This is, of course, the folded bicycle. The bike is compact to store and therefore easy to carry in the trunk for example. Ideal for holidays. But also to store it in a small shed. The disadvantage of most tricycles is that, however small they are, they take up a lot of space because of their shape. Phase 2 – 9 months +: You as a parent have full control. Your child is stuck with the help of the three-point belt and the wheel is set to remain steerable for you. Moving the handlebars is possible, but it does not affect the direction of the wheel. Phase 3 – 12 months +: With 12 months you can remove the shelf under the legs and let the feet rest on the footsteps that you can easily fold out. Phase 4 – 18 months +: The lens hood can be removed from the bicycle, giving your child plenty of space to look around. The wheel can still be controlled by the parents and not by the child himself. Phase 5 – 24 months +: With 24 months you turn the wheel cap, giving your child the opportunity to steer. Of course you keep pushing your child forward and you can still influence the direction you are driving. The folded out foot supports are also folded and the pedals on the front wheel are fixed in the first position. Phase 6 – 30 months +: The push bar for parents is pushed down, your child is allowed to pedal and steer. This gives confidence! Phase 7 – 32 to 36 months: When your child is big enough, the high seat can be removed and then there remains a seat. What ever makes cycling on a real bike. After all, adults do not have a back support on the bike.