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Flybar Pogo Pals, Scooters and iPogo Jr.

Hey neighbors!!

Flybar has some of the coolest sporting goods for kids.  Flybar has been around since 1918 as the Original Pogo Stick Company.  They are the world's largest pogo stick manufacturer.  They have since become an all-around sporting goods company.  They have pogo sticks, scooters, skateboards, stilts, trampolines and much more.

We had a friend try out the Pogo Pals for us.  We received the Flybar My First Pogo Pals Jumper Fox ($21.99).  She was so intrigued by the Pogo Pals Pogo.  She jumped right on and began bouncing around.  The foam base actually squeaks as your child is bouncing.  Watch the little video clip below.





Next, we have the Flybar Aero 2-Wheel Kick Scooter ($59.99).  Ours is orange, it is also available in pink and blue.  The scooter has a Custom Grip Tape deck, that ensures stability and prevents your foot from slipping.  It is very easy to adjust the height of the handlebars.  The grips are comfortable for holding on to.  The scooter wheels light up when spinning.  There is a sturdy easy to use rear foot brake.  I am impressed with the quality of this scooter.





Our last item is the iPogo Jr. Interactive Pogo Stick in pink ($99.99).  It is also available in blue.  This is the world's first interactive pogo stick.  You need to insert 3 AAA batteries (Not included).  When you turn the iPogo Stick on it greets you and then keeps track of the jumps and motivates your child to do more.  The light panel on the front of the iPogo flashes as they jump about.  Weight limit is 40-80 lbs.



Visit the Flybar website and take a look around.  You are sure to find something that would be perfect under the tree Christmas morning.  Take a moment to follow Flybar on their social media.
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Flybar has agreed to a giveaway for the PogoPals!  Be sure to enter, but be aware product will not arrive before Christmas.

Thanks for stopping by today!!




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Comments

Abigail said…
The Pogos look like so much fun! I think my kids would like the interactive features of the iPogo Jr as well
sam m said…
My 4 year old would love one of these to. He would love the frog one like on the site!
molly pitcher said…
These look like so much fun. Flybar My First Pogo Pals Jumper Fox Is super cute.

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