Innovative New Toy Teaches Kids Balance Step-by-Step ...Meet Bunzi by Chillafish

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The Bunzi gradual balance bike from Chillafish is an innovative 2-in-1 concept that grows from a small 3-wheeled tricycle to a bigger 2-wheeled balance bike. This unique toy is generating buzz around the world as it develops balance for little kids as nothing has done before.

Bunzi 2-in-1 balance bike converts in a few seconds

My daughter and wife do not want to hear about any other bike!

The Bunzi gradual balance bike from Chillafish is a unique 2-in-1 balance bike that can be switched between 3-wheel mode and 2-wheel mode in just a few seconds. Teach your child balance in a fun and step-by-step way: start in 3-wheel mode and switch to 2-wheel mode only when YOUR child is ready. Switch back and forth as many times as you want.

A fantastic animation on Youtube explains the whole concept:

The seat position in 3-wheel mode is low to the ground for comfort, the seat position in 2-wheel mode is higher for making more speed. The Bunzi is light and easy to carry by the handgrip, it has silent indoor and outdoor TPE wheels and a nice little storage trunk in the seat. It is made of high-quality ABS material and wrapped in a unique bunny-style design. This nice little bunny is sure to become the preferred bike buddy of your kids.

Chillafish is a new brand focused on Play Innovation. From its launch in 2011 the brand has been adopted in many countries now and is growing very strong on facebook (

Bunzi is available in over 20 countries worldwide, with new distribution countries signing up every month. It will be launched in the USA in mid August.

Bunzi specs:

  • 2-in-1 gradual balance bike
  • From 3 wheels to 2 wheels without tools
  • Learn balance step by step
  • Seat grows with your child (22cm in 3-wheel mode, 25cm in 2-wheel mode)
  • Silent anti-skid TPE wheels for indoor and outdoor use
  • Handgrip and trunk in the seat
  • High-quality ABS material
  • Cute bunny-design
  • Age: 1-3 years

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