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What is the difference between "PUKYlino®" and "WUTSCH®"?

Both ride-on vehicles offer an equally optimal start to child mobility. They playfully train children in simple movements, such as strongly pushing off from the ground in combination with the first steering movements. The difference in these vehicles lies in their range of use ("PUKYlino®" only indoors, "WUTSCH®" indoors and outdoors) on the one hand, but also in the development level of the child.

"PUKYlino®" is primarily designed for indoor use. Prerequisite: The child must be able to stand and walk with assistance. We recommend "PUKYlino®" for children from 1 year onwards, or from 75 cm in height. The seat height of the "PUKYlino®" is approx. 22 cm. Because "PUKYlino®" is often the first vehicle for the child, special parental care should be taken when it is used: Observe the child closely to see if it can handle the vehicle without problem. Bumping into an obstacle at full speed can cause the child to fall over. We therefore recommend that "PUKYlino®" is used exclusively on level floors in indoor spaces, free from obstacles.

"WUTSCH®" is equally designed for indoor use, but can also be used outdoors, because it has a different geometry due to its pending axle. Because of this pending axle, it provides ideal balance training for its small rider, in addition to the combination of steering and leg movements. For this reason, "WUTSCH®" is the perfect preparatory stage for a learner bike.

Prerequisite: The child must be able to stand and walk without assistance. We recommend "WUTSCH®" for children from approx. 1 1/2 years onwards, with a height of approx. 80 cm. The seat height is approx. 24.5 cm.


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