Product code: 75363110
A combined Micro Scooter and suitcase in one, this clever combo has been designed in partnership with the American DJ Steve Aoki – but with a difference!
First, it’s a 26L case, with a zipped opening and interior pockets, that can be taken on board as hand luggage (note: check with your airline first). Of course it’s wheeled and has an extendable/adjustable handle, so it’s perfect for negotiating busy airports. But it’s also a kickboard scooter, with a tilt and lean mechanism, so you can whizz through the concourse and never miss a flight!
But here’s its third feature: in conjunction with DIM MAK Records, this Micro Scooter also has integrated Sound2Go speakers that work via Bluetooth. So now you can play sounds from your smartphone over the case. This’ll definitely get you noticed!
This opinion is shared by star DJ and music producer Steve Aoki: "You can pull it along like a normal piece of luggage and, if you get tired of that, you simply convert it into a kickboard scooter. You can then whiz through the airport, and you’re never too late for your flight. I've been testing it for a year now, and it's simply unbelievable."Though they're eager to hop on their scooter, ensuring your child's safety is vital, choose a helmet to keep them protected while riding at all times.
- Folded: H56 x W35.5 x D25.5cm; Deck size: L36.8 x W8.9cm
- Micro Scooter Type
- Mini Micro 3in1 (1-5 years)
- Model name / number
- DIM MAK
- Suitable From
- Toys Type
- Scooters & Skateboards
- Scooters & Scooter Accessories
- Not suitable for children under 12 years.
Unpackaged weight of the product
The first Micro scooter was invented in Switzerland when a group of friends wanted a quicker way to get from A to B without relying on bulky bikes or having to haul their car out of the garage. Since then, they have sold millions of their streamlined folding scooters around the world.
After spotting the Swiss scooter in a Clapham playground, two mums, Anna and Philippa, teamed up to distribute Micro scooters in the UK and share their passion for Micro’s bright idea with the nation. John Lewis was the first big name to stock the ingenious new toy, and now Anna and Philippa have helped to sell one million scooters to British children.More from Micro