GIVEAWAY: Mini Hornit Helmets

MINI HORNIT LIDS ARE SERIOUSLY FUN LIDS FOR KIDS!

Mini Hornit helmets are a bit, no a LOT, cooler than most kids’ bike helmets and they are painstakingly designed to look stylish & fun!

The Mini Hornit Lids are fully adjustable, comfortable, lightweight and they are actually something children will want to wear!Mini Hornit Polka Dot Helmet Lid

When we were asked if we would like to review a helmet for Grace. She loved the look of them all and chosen the polka dot style with bow.

The Mini Hornit Lids range I think you will agree looks amazing! The Mini Hornit Lids are available to buy in two sizes, Small: 48-53cm or Medium: 53-58cm. With a variety of designs to suit boys or girls!

Mini Hornit Lid review by Family Clan

Also a fantastic feature to the Lid is that it has an integrated red LED light at the back of the helmet, which is an added safety feature, useful for riding in the dark.

The light is also where the adjuster is, twist this to adjust the size of the helmet to fit perfectly.

Mini Hornit Helmet review by Family Clan 4

The lid also has 11 air vents for staying cool! Grace loves her scooter and is always using it for going to school and back so this helmet will come in great use.

Mini Hornit Helmet review by Family Clan 4

Upon first use of the helmet we just needed to adjust it to fit Grace, at the back where the LED light is situated you can turn it to adjust until it is firm but comfortable.

Once it was the right fit, I adjusted the straps to make it a perfect secure fit for her. Fastening the buckle with a ‘click’ that’s it, it took no longer than a minute to do this and she was ready to go!

OUR THOUGHTS ABOUT THE Mini Hornit Helmet

I personally love the Mini Hornit Lids and priced at £29.99 I think is a great affordable price as there is such a choice on the market but these are much cooler! You can see the whole range on their website.

Mini Hornit Family Clan ReviewWe have previously reviewed the Mini Hornit 25 sound bell, which goes perfectly with the Lid, you can have a read about here.

Mummy H & Grace

GIVEAWAY

We have been given a Mini Hornit helmet, of the winner choice, to give away. If you would like a chance to win, just enter the rafflecopter giveaway form below.

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Giveaway Ends Midnight Sunday 2nd December 2018.

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The mandatory question is “Where is your favourite place to go for an adventure with your child? Tell us what makes it special.”

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WE WAS SENT THIS ITEM TO REVIEW FREE OF CHARGE. OUR OPINIONS ARE IN NO WAY SWAYED BY THIS. ALL OUR REVIEWS ARE OUR HONEST THOUGHTS & FEELINGS.

44 Thoughts to “GIVEAWAY: Mini Hornit Helmets”

  1. jade Jones

    The old ralla as its collectively known in liverpool its an old converted railway line turned into the transpennine trail from speke through to southport – we love it because we can let the girls fly ahead on their bikes without fear of them ending up hurting anyone or getting injured as its closed its even more special because we taught my youngest stepdaughter to ride on it the last day of the school 6 weeks this year

  2. Jade Jones

    down the transpenine trail by ours the kids love it on their bikes especially now the youngest has learned to ride her bike without stabilisers

  3. Karen Barrett

    We love to go to White Coppice, great for rock hopping, cycling and a picnic

  4. Claire Woods

    Thetford Forest in Norfolk. Lots of bike trails and grass to ride on in the forest.

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