Giro Me2 Toddler Bike Helmet
Giro Me2 Toddler Bike Helmet
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Giro Me2 Infant/Toddler Bike Helmet
||$14.89 - $30.00|
|Product Length:||14.7 inches|
|Product Width:||9.6 inches|
|Product Height:||7.5 inches|
|Product Weight:||1.4 pounds|
|Package Length:||13.9 inches|
|Package Width:||9.3 inches|
|Package Height:||7.2 inches|
|Package Weight:||1.45 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 324 reviews|
Adjustable bike helmet for infants and toddlers
Mini-Loc fit system with simple strap guides and buckle that won't pinch skin
20 vents with built-in bug netting to keep your child's head cool
Multiple colorful designs; built-in visor
Fits heads measuring 18.75 to 20.5 inches (48 to 52 centimeters)
|Average Customer Review: ( 324 customer reviews )
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111 of 114 found the following review helpful:
Cute Helmet Mar 05, 2007
By Ami Scott
I bought this helmet because it was the only infant helmet available locally at the time. However, although the price is a bit steep, when you take your childs safety into account, it's worth it. At first I had a bit of a problem figuring out how to fit it to a squirming toddler. But once I did figure it out, it's easy to adjust. I have now had it over a year, and it still going great. Deedee still loves her pink bunnies. It hasn't gotten used at much as I would have liked, but I'm glad that it's growing with her so we don't have to buy another one for her yet. I like that there are several cute designs to choose from. I have heard that it's better to have a smooth rounded back vs. a back that protrudes, however I can't say that I've noticed a difference. Both of my boys have Bell helmets that do protrude in the back, and they have never complained about it when riding in the trailer or in on of the infant seats. Although this is marketed as pinch free, expect that you will pinch your child once in a while. Especially if the chin strap is too tight. Still, it happens much less often than one the older style clips. Another eason I would reccomend this over a Bell is because of the dial in the back that tighten's/loosen's the strap to the perfect fit of the head without having adjust the chin strap. A child's Bell helmet doesn't have this feature.
106 of 111 found the following review helpful:
Versatile adjustment for infants May 05, 2008
I read a lot of different reviews for bike helmets including those of a well-known national consumer's group magazine. Our local sporting goods store has an array of helmets for kids age 3 and up, but just try and find one for an infant/toddler. Amazon's reviews were very helpful and I finally narrowed the choice down to the Bell Boomerang and the Giro Me2. Both were rated well, but the feature that got my vote for the Giro was the adjustable fit system. With just the twist of a knob (located at the rear of the helmet), the inside strap that encircles the infant's head can be tightened or loosened for a custom fit. This is particularly useful when dealing with an infant who is new to wearing a bike helmet, and therefore resistant to putting it on and fiddling too long with strap adjustments. Giro also includes some extra stick-on foam pads to help provide extra cushion and a good fit. I had the most difficulty finding the right position for the chinstrap. But I suspect with any brand helmet, it would take some finesse to cajole your infant while making the proper adjustment. My son, who is 10 months old, did not like it when I fastened the clip, but once we were on the bike, he loved it and totally forgot about wearing the helmet. I'm well satisfied with this purchase, plus with Amazon's free shipping, it was a good deal.
61 of 65 found the following review helpful:
Great Helmet Jun 14, 2007
By Elizabeth Cardente
My baby is 8 months old, and although he certainly does NOT enjoy having the helmet put on his head, it fits comfortably and safely. It takes awhile to adjust it, and I suggest setting aside time for fitting it to the baby BEFORE you attempt to take him/her out as doing so right before you want to leave will only frustrate you and probably really aggravate the baby, thus lending to an unpleasant bike ride/jog. Helmet is lightweight and secure. I would recommend it to a friend, and I would also purchase another if I have another baby.
12 of 12 found the following review helpful:
better helmet for 16 month old child Jul 31, 2007
By E. Honma
My son did not like the helmet we bought at Target which stuck out at the back near the neck preventing him from keeping his head upright during bike rides and causing him to cry. This helmet provided a flat surface so he could keep his head upright and he now enjoys bike rides in the carrier.
19 of 22 found the following review helpful:
Bike helmet for babies May 16, 2008
By Kristina Bailey
It was really hard to find a helmet that would fit my son's head. He is 19 months and this helmet is the only one I could find that would come close to fitting. It is still a little big and the straps are kind of confusing to me. I think it will fit him better as he grows. But it works and is confortable on his head. He hates wearing hats or anything on his head and this doesn't bother him at all.
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