Both the boys love being outside, playing in garden, racing around on a scooter or practicing on a balance bike. We were invited to spend some time with Haven on one of their tot activity breaks last weekend. One of the activities they wanted to try was Learn to Scoot. I say ‘they’ really it was Monkey that really joined in with all the races. Kipper thought it was much more fun being pushed around on the scooter by Hubby.
We took their new Mini Hornit Lids with us. Available in eight different designs and two sizes they are very funky kids helmets. I totally agree with their claim of being a lot cooler than most other kids helmets. They are fully adjustable, light weight and something that children will want to wear. Monkey opted for the Stealth design. Which is basically matt black. For Kipper we chose Commander which reminded me of a frog for some reason. Its mint great with orange goggles on the front and I keep thinking of the frog dance song every time I see it!
Monkey whizzed around on his scooter not a care in the world. His Mini Hornit Lid not bothering him in the slightest. Even though it was warm in the tent we were in he didn’t get all hot and sweaty. I think this was something to do with the eleven air vents.
Each lid also has an LED light at the back which works when you press it. Its a great safety feature which I have not seen on other helmets. Although my two are a little young to be riding around in the dark I can see it being useful for older children or at dusk. It had three modes (constant, flashing fast and flashing slow) and will give up to 20 hours of light when flashing.
We opted for a size medium for Monkey which is 53cm-58cm and aimed at children five years plus. For Kipper who has a head on the larger side, bless him I opted for small which is 48cm – 53cm and aimed at children between the ages of two and five. The both fits very well, it helps that they are fully adjustable both at the back and with the straps.
Each lid costs £29.99 and delivery is free. If you would like to try one out for yourself then the lovely people at Hornit have given my readers the chance to win one for themselves. The winner will be able to chose the size and design of their choice (subject to availability). To enter please use the Gleam application below and note the T&Cs.
- Competition is open to residents of the UK aged 18
- There is no cash alternative offered
- The winner will be drawn at random and will receive a Mini Hornit Lid in their choice of size and pattern (subject to availability)
- The giveaway will close on the 18th May
- The Winner will be asked to provide an email address and full postal address
I have some other giveaways running at the moment so please check them out in the Blog Giveaways Page above.
We were sent the Mini Hornit Lids for the purpose of this review, all opinions are my own.