WIN: Globber MY TOO Fix Up Titanium and Globber Helmet

With electronics always high on the Christmas list, we like to throw in something which will encourage kids to get outdoors and be active over the holidays. Globber scooters are always an excellent choice, as they can fit in the boot of any car for instant action when you are out and about.

Our featured scooter this year is the My TOO FIX UP. It is titanium and durable and makes for a smooth and comfortable ride. The design is ergonomic and it is suitable for ages 6 plus – up to 100kg. The height is adjustable and this scooter has the safety benefit of rear brakes.

For parents, this can be assembled with minimal effort, and they will be scooting around in no time. This is reinforced and sturdy with no ongoing maintenance required.

The colours are bold and the scooters not only ride easy but look very cool too down at the local skate park. Complete the look with the added protection of a Globber Helmet and Santa will get a big thumbs up this year.

We have a Globber MY TOO Fix Up Titanium prize pack to give away to one lucky Beauty and Lace reader. This includes a scooter and helmet with a total prize value of $200.

For your chance to win tell us in the comments section below who you would gift this to! For more information on the brand visit Globber.

Competition closes 11/01/18 midnight AEST. You must be subscribed to the Beauty and Lace newsletter OR a Facebook fan to enter. Make sure you use a valid email address so we can contact you if you are a lucky winner.

Terms and conditions

– All decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.
– Competition is a game of skill. Chance plays no part in determining the winner.
– Prize not negotiable, and cannot be exchanged or taken as cash.
– One entry per person
– Competition open to Australian residents only
– Entries are only valid if all required fields have been entered. No responsibility accepted for lost, late or misdirected entries.
– All entries become the property of Beauty and Lace. Your details will not be given or sold to any third parties unless required for claiming of the prize.
– We reserve the right to make changes to the prize and competition if required.
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73 thoughts on “WIN: Globber MY TOO Fix Up Titanium and Globber Helmet

  1. I’d give this to my daughter , she loves getting out and about and this beast looks very swarve and snazzy !!!
    🙂

  2. My seven year old would love one; his little sister rides a three wheeled Globber and it’s brilliant. He wants the ‘grown up’ version.

  3. My daughter is desperate to get one of these so that she can join her friends. This would make her the coolest of the cool.

  4. This i would gift to my “adopted” grandson Elijah , as yet no grand kids of my own so Elijah is my special lil man who loves his Aunty AJ so much and i love him back

  5. I would give this to my nephew who has come to stay with us , we’re all struggling this Christmas and this would be perfect as there will be no presents other wise 🙁

  6. Wow what a great prize, these look very cool! I would give this to my 10 year old son. He has ASD and coordination isn’t a skill he finds easy.

    Last year we brought bikes but he still can’t get the hang of it. He said he wanted a scooter so he could ride to school like the boys in his class! So an opportunity for social skills to feel included to lift his spirits and to keep fit by balance out all the screen time!

    I noticed how expensive scooters are for bigger kids – so couldnt afford one for Xmas this year.

    Thanks Beauty and Lace and Globber

  7. I’d gift this to my gorgeous great niece who loves her Graunty Kaz (me) taking her to the park . She is such an independent little girl and as I don’t have any grand children she is my surrogate grandchild who I love to spoil. It would be such a wonderful surprise to see her face if I was lucky enough to win this for her.

  8. I would give this to my daughter who has just started OT and this would be so perfect in teaching her balance and motor skills! Plus she loves being outdoors 🙂

  9. My 3 year old grandson, Ben would love to scoot along the beach cycle path (with his Nan puffing and panting behind him hahaha)

  10. I would gift this to a colleague mine, Bek, who would love this for her four boys! I’m sure they’re all very good at sharing by now

  11. I would give this gift to my Niece`s Daughter as a belated Christmas present as these scooters are so snazzy!!!. She would be STOKED!!!!!!!!! and so surprised.
    I think her parents would be surprised also!!!

  12. My son would love this as it would let him feel fast and free. Seeing his smiling face would make me happy as can be. Helpful for coordination and balancing that’s super fun too. His love for all things “wheels” the Globber would be a dream come true.

  13. I would love to gift this to our eldest son Cooper (8). He has been such a huge help with his 3 little brothers during our 2000km move across the country.

  14. I would love to gift it to my son, there won’t be much this year for Christmas, this would surprise him so much and make the bad year seem not so bad. But next year is a new year with new leaves to turn over. onwards and upwards.

  15. I would love to give this to my 13 year old nephew who suffers Tourettes because he spends too much time in his bedroom and hopefully it will help him gain confidence and be more active and sociable.

  16. My nephew is sweeter than chocolate and so deserves this ‘Bounty’.
    Your lovely scooter won’t generate ‘Snickers’ zooming around our yard !

  17. The little Miss would have loads of fun with a Globber thank you. I’d have to run to catch up, but my hips/thighs/waist would thank me. A win/win.

  18. I would be so honoured to gift this awesome Globber scooter to my Miss 5. Being that she is the youngest girl of four daughters, she always ends up with the rusted, worn out ‘hand-me-downs’. She has never had her own brand new scooter nor bike, and this would be such a treat for her. 🙂

  19. I would gift this to my favorite grandson (easy to say because he is my only grandchild!). with the bike and walking track opposite my house we could have a great time with him riding his new globber scooter, while I follow behind with the dogs. That would get us all out and about and exercising, and maybe he would sometimes let me have a go on it too!

  20. My little step grand kiddies would be too young for this yet. It sounds ideal though so good luck to all those entering. 🙂

  21. One of the local playgroups would love this. I remember when my kiddies were at playgroup and they never had anything as special as this. For some of the kids this would be their only experience at riding something this grand. It would bring some special smiles to some special young kiddies.

  22. hopefully santa can make this little boys dream come true, it is my turn this year to play santa to the needy kids

  23. My little boy would have so much fun riding this around. He wouldn’t want to come into the house which is great because there’s no computer games!

  24. I’d love to say I’d gift this away, but such a sweet ride I’d want to hide, to keep for me to get my mail, 100 metres down the drive trail.

  25. Other children in our street have Globber scooters and my 3 year old grandson looks at them like they are the best things ever. He told me one day that he “wants to go fast too”. I would definitely gift this fabulous prize to my grandson Hudson.

  26. I would gift this prize to my younger son, he is always trying to keep up with his big brother and his three wheel scooter isn’t cutting the mustard. He would love this!

  27. My son, 9, would love a Globber Scooter and helmet. He’s been practising his stunts at the skate park but his moves just don’t cut it against the ‘big boys’ with his el-cheapo kmart model. This would surely earn him some Sk8r boi street cred!

  28. I would gift this to my nephew, he loves being outdoors and really wants a Globber Scooter. Thank you for the chance to win.

  29. I would love to win this marvellous giveaway and gift it to my darling lovely beautiful niece Faustyna because she is the greatest niece in the world and I love her just as much as my awesome sister Marta who is my bestest friend in the world

  30. A Grandson who is a Globber fanatic
    His letter to Santa, a little ecstatic!
    To ride and learn tricks during the holidays
    He cant give them enough praise.
    Vibrant, stylish, grow with him
    This is a fantastic prize,, Id love to win 😀

  31. I have three children but one is scooter-less after having his stolen 12 months ago. I feel for him when his brother and sister take off on their scooters so this would allow him to join in the fun. Awesome prize!

  32. I’d give this to my neighbour who is 35 but is a skateboard “junkie” who is forever practicing jumps etc. outside my house. The noise is becoming unbearable as the “crunch” of the board hits the pavement over and over again. Perhaps this would be a deterrent and give me some peace at Chrstmas! lol

  33. I would gift this to my 3 year old daughter. My husband and I recently separated and he bought her a scooter. She loves it and I would love to give her one for Christmas so she can scoot with her big sisters at the park

  34. Id love to give a globber to my 3 year old son it would be prefect for ridding around the park and burn off some of his energy. Thanks for the chance beauty & lace.

  35. I would give this to my daughter.
    She would love to be scootering around the backyard.
    There go the pavers. lol

  36. I would just love this for my 4 and a half year old son. It would really teach him about balance, and may be the next step in getting rid of his training wheels on his bike.

  37. I would give this to the 3 little kids across the road that have only there mum and not much money or things to play with, i know they would appreciate it immensely.

  38. I would give this to my grandson Tommy, his scooter broke so he uses his little sisters. She just waits patiently until he is finished with her scooter and then has her turn!

  39. I’d give this to my daughter! She loves to try and keep up with her older brother and would love her very own scooter instead of his hand me downs. Merry Christmas and thanks for the chance 🙂

  40. Id love to be able to give this to my step son. Its his 10th birthday on December 20th and being so close to christmas people often forget to make it extra special so Id love to be able to really spoil him and knock his socks off!

  41. I’d love to win the Globber MY TOO Fix Up Titanium prize pack for my ten year old son. His current scooter gas seen better days

  42. I’d give this to my son. Poor boy has been begging for a bike for (literally) years, but I haven’t got around to fitting him for a helmet first. This would be a pretty fabulous apology – a better mode of transport, AND a helmet!

  43. I have a ready and able son now who is etching for his first set of wheels so he can scoot around the block with us like a Globber, Slobber Monster

  44. Id gift this to my partner brian, hes a big kid at heart and wants a scooter for xmas! who am i to deny a mans needs lol

  45. Oh I’d love to give this Globber,
    To our 5 year old son!
    For his 6th birthday:
    Oh gosh would he have some fun!
    He’s always loved scooters and bikes,
    And some of our very best days,
    Are spent riding and scooting at the park,
    With a picnic: it’s the best way!

  46. my son would love this as his old cheap scooter broke because of me
    as I was riding it fast and it came apart and it made me very teary
    as I did hurt myself rather badly you see
    and even though my son was sad for me
    he was also very upset as his scooter no longer is around for him to ride each day
    so this would make him so ecstatic (shhh and I could have a ride too) and he would scream Hooray 🙂

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