Parul Toys MTK Moto Electronic Bike

Press Release: 26/05/2020

Indigenously designed & assembled in India, the MTK Moto Electronic Bike is sure to spark a whole world of play & fun for kids.

It is fuelled with a UL 1989 complied powerful VRLA (12V/4.5AH) battery & UL complied EN61000-6:2007 quality standard “Motor” 12V/540. The bike is all over adorned with beautiful LED light decorations.

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Its music board chip is loaded with popular English Stories, Rhymes & Dance Music. More so, the music board also has USB & MP3 Interface slots so that mobile or any other device could be connected for customised music or other audio files to be played.

This electronic bike is operated with “Hand Accelerator” to give a feel & thrill of driving a real bike. Materials used in our hand accelerator are eco-friendly & safe. We make sure that Phthalates level in the PVC grip of the hand accelerator is maintained below 0.1% as recommended by BIS Safety Standard IS 9873 (Part 9): 2017 for safety of toys.

This bike also features “Power Display” so that parents can easily know when the bike should be put to charge the battery again. Continuous charging of a battery reduces battery life to a great extent.

Two small support wheels are provided in the bike to avoid accidental side tripping thus avoiding injury to the kid. When the kid grows up and can drive independently, these side support wheels can be removed to enhance the driving pleasure.

Anti-Skid wheels, big comfortable seat, shock-absorbers and illuminated dashboard are few of the many advanced features.

As a responsible manufacturer in the “Kids Electric Vehicle” category, Parul Toys believes in its obligation to continually find innovative and fun ways to give parents smart solutions while helping baby’s overall development. In addition to its visual attributes, MTK Moto Bike is a real value for money.

It is available in Offline & Online Indian stores commencing from 15th June 2020.

…a baby step to fulfil Hon’ble Prime Minister’s dream of “ATMANIRBHAR BHARAT” & “Make in India” initiative.

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