Infento Life-Sized Kids Ride-On Vehicle Construction Kits Are Awesome

Posted: Jun 14 2018, 11:39am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Infento Life-Sized Kids Ride-On Vehicle Construction Kits are Awesome

Single Kit from Infento allows building Different Life-Size Vehicles for Kids.

Two years ago, Infento introduced world’s first vehicle construction kits that can be assembled into different kinds of life-size vehicles. The project was a big hit and received a lot of appreciations from kids and parents around the world.

Now they are back with six new construction kits that can be assembled into 32 different kinds of life-size rides, based on the kid’s age same kit can be transformed into the go-kart, hot rod, quad, bicycle, tricycle, scooter, and several other models.

There is also a new electronic kit that is powered by 4 Ah lithium-ion battery. The kits come with instruction manuals; kids and parents can follow them and turn their kits into different life-size electronic vehicles.

"Our kits offer a truly unique combination that tackles many challenges that families face today. Infento encourages active and outdoor play, gets children off screens, increases family quality time and provides a durable solution against toy waste. It also teaches children crucial 21st-century skills like creativity and complex problem-solving in a fun and challenging way. With the introduction of our electric, drift and steering inventions, we're sure that we made the "Infento experience" even more enjoyable and engaging for kids," said Spencer Rotting and Sander Letema, co-founders of Infento.

With these new kits, Infento has introduced three innovative construction systems, ePulse, Stabilizr, and Driftlock.

With the new ePulse system, one can transform their rides into electric-powered vehicles; it has a two-speed brushless motor that is run by compact 4 Ah lithium-ion batteries. The batteries take around two hours for a full charge and last for one hour of continuous driving.

With Stabilizr system, kids can steer their vehicle just by leaning their body on the left and right side; Infento has also filed a patent for this new innovative steering technology.

With the Driftlock system kids can choose different riding modes; the different wheel slots can be blocked by positioning blocks, which puts the vehicle into normal, drift, or lock driving modes. This system allows kids to choose from the different kind of riding styles, making the riding experience more exciting and full of fun.

Intento was co-founded in 2010 by brother in laws Sander Letema and Spencer Rotting; the project was funded by Kickstarter backers, two years ago they raised around $479,000 for their project.

The current kits are also launched using Kickstarter, and the project received its pledged goal of $50,000 within the first hour of the launch, by now they have received the funding of around $331,000.

Although the reward offers have been closed, you can still place pre-orders at Kickstarter website, the construction kits will be delivered in September 2018.

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