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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Nickelodeon Paw Patrol. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
4 reasons to buy
- A large number of owners found this bike easy to put together.
- Several buyers described the 12 inch Paw Patrol as sturdy.
- Some parents felt that this bike allowed room for children to grow.
- The Paw Patrol theme excited kids who are fans of the franchise.
14 reasons not to buy
- Engineering was poor and parts fit together in a wobbly manner.
- The Paw Patrol ‘plate’ was cheap and needed zip-ties to attach it.
- Many parts seemed to be overtightened, needing specialty tools to repair.
- Some owners found that the chain lost tension despite adjustment.
- For a couple of owners, cranks loosened and weren’t repairable.
- Instructions were general and applied to every juvenile Pacific brand bike.
- Cheap tires were slippery, plasticky and fell off rims during inflation.
- Poor pedal bearings were sometimes stiff and wouldn’t rotate.
- Wheels were sometimes untrue and turned stiffly.
- One parent’s Paw Patrol arrived with two split grips.
- A few of these bikes arrived scratched.
- Plasticky training wheels seemed sub-par and needed regular adjustment.
- This bike was advertised as being suited to children older and taller than was possible.
- Numerous parts were missing from new bikes; training wheels, a seat post collar, nuts, bolts, screws, washers, manuals and worse of all – a Paw Patrol plate.