Kids 12v ride on toys.

Davey

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Location
Derbyshire
I know this is a difficult question due to individuality etc; but which is a better toy? Ie the tractor or gator?
Of course both but I can see the tractor has more options; then that’s also more attachments, but that’s a good thing.
Then the gator is handy as it can transport stuff as it is??
Just interested in how others got on.
My kids have had both and as you say they are both different.

If they are playing together then they like the tractors as they are slightly faster, basically just racing around.

If they are doing their own thing, or helping with jobs, then the gators are far more practical
 

Ormond

Member
Bought my lad a John deere gator....he loves it. Fixed a hitch on it and bought a trailer that you pull along on the garden.....changed the handle to a drawbar....cheap trailer....4 wheels and it tips up too. Biggest let down is the plastic wheels...useless really.... Need to fix some rubber on them
 

jon9000

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Location
yorkshire
waste of money

best value electric car we bought are the crazy karts - they get hours and hours of use

Do you buy the drift ones? Are they good value seen some for 350. Have 3 lads was going to buy 2 for xmas. Are they a no brainer for 7 to 10 year olds?
 

taylorglnn

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Livestock Farmer
Location
New York
I bought a 12V Land Rover Ride-On of Best Choice for my daughter for her birthday and it's been over 1 year, she loves it. We started my daughter driving at low speed until she drove comfortably on her own. Love that it has two seats and seat belts! Super nice quality! My favorite part is that it has the remote - so I can drive it or she can. after a full charge, it can be used from 1 to 2 hours.
 
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