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    Not a toy, but something new for parents.

    SmarTrike's new smarTfoldis a revolutionary fully foldable, portable trike that will change the way parents can travel with, and improve the development of their young ones says the company. smarTfold (Yes, they use a small "so") becomes 85% smaller when folded for traveling, transporting or storage, making it the ultimate compact folding trike. The quick-click design requires no tools to assemble, and enables folding the trike, while it stays intact, just like a stroller. smarTfold offers two folding modes, Carry-On and Storage. And the company says smarTfold is not just a ride-in/on, it is the ultimate “grow-with-me” hybrid product. Featuring seven or eight distinct configurations (depending on the model), smarTfold contributes to the growth and advancement of a child’s motor skills by transforming to support any toddler, at every stage of their development, from 6-months to 3-years. Prices range from $99 to $170.00. Available at Toyrus and other retailers, or the company website.

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