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Need Review for light up heelies

Hi. My daughter keeps asking for the heelies (shoes with wheels).

We went to the different stores but she ether doesn’t like design or they don’t fit. Then she saw heelies with lights at WEM but the price 😱😱😱

I found the same on Amazon but there’s no review about quality and sizing. I’m wondering if someone has them and could share experience, quality and especially fitting(i found one review saying that they are 2 size smaller🙈) And how fast delivery from Amazon (I think most sellers from china) or should I buy from AliExpress instead (it’s cheaper then Amazon but waiting time from 3 months).

Thanks.

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  1. Becki Kehler Becki Kehler says:

    Coming from a school perspective – they are highly distracting! They have various settings, light patterns, colours etc. and they have to be charged. Kids want to wear them as indoor shoes (because that’s when it’s most fun to play with them & show them off) but then they need to bring them home to charge them up every night.

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  2. Doreen Bosse Doreen Bosse says:

    I have four pairs for sale. $40 each. White size 5….black with pink size 7…. brown size 4….. black size 3…..they do not light up

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  3. My kids got just light up ones from Ali express and we got them in like 2 weeks, very impressed

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  4. Mary Maria Mary Maria says:

    Bonnie doon has a kiosk. But they charge a fortune. Better off ordering from eBay Canada. It’s usually free shipping.

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  5. Sara Clarke Sara Clarke says:

    Horrible for kids backs too! Google it!

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  6. What’s wrong with saying “no” to dumb ideas kids have?

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  7. I got my daughter a pair just like your pic….only pink. She loves them. The quality is good. The lights didn’t last long but she doesn’t care.

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  8. I want those for me.

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  9. Alyssa Pupp Alyssa Pupp says:

    Get neon rollers. Then the can use them way longer

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  10. At the risk of sounding like a modern scrooge… holy shit those things are annoying to be around when they are on the feet of children

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  11. Lol my daughter wanted them for months(hype) I bought them she wore them , 1/2 at home and hated them after I had to return them

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  12. She’ll lose interest by the time they deliver

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  13. OP didn’t ask for opinions on whether or not she should buy them, OP asked about online sellers. Why does everyone think their opinion matters when someone is asking a specific question?

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    • Because sometimes people don’t notice the consequences of their choices on schooling. My mom bought me a pair of bell bottom jeans in elementary that had tiny little bells on the bottom. I loved those jeans more than I can say. However neither of us expected the annoyance it quickly cause and I only wore them to school the once. Was very sad. I’m sure my mom would have wanted someone to point that out to us beforehand.

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    • I wasn’t really referring to the school comment. My kids elementary school didn’t allow them. I think it’s fair to give people actual info. I was referring to just plain opinions. It would just be nice to get to the point, instead of having to sift through the comments. I wasn’t even specifically referring to this thread, to be honest, I’m frustrated from several other threads I read today. :/

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    • You seem like you need a hug.

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  14. Tara Floyd Tara Floyd says:

    Amazon is much easier to deal with than Ali express. If you don’t get your product you won’t get ripped off like you could on Ali express. And stuff comes suprisingly cheap. If it’s a prime item, sign up for a prime trial they are offering right now and you might luck out. Prime day is tomorrow. Sales start right away if they haven’t already.

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  15. Becki Pound Becki Pound says:

    And since the opinion on high heels is important why do women buy them….just because your back stops growing doesn’t mean u won’t screw it up wearing them as an adult. Shame on all those shoe stores

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  16. Kole Dupe Kole Dupe says:

    Where did you come up with that assumption

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  17. The toy store in south conman was selling them

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  18. Candice Thew Candice Thew says:

    There were some on zulily the other day

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  19. I could see if your child is wearing them daily, but if they’re wearing them now and again, I can’t imagine they’d cause major damage.

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  20. Check out sport check! They don’t have lights but they did have lots of sizes!

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  21. My mom bought them for her grandkids. Not for school – they are distracting and a fall hazard for those that need time to master rolling. So our kids are only allowed them on weekends. And short time periods. I have never heard about Amazon reviews but these ones came from Sears for $50 each

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  22. Tasha Marie Tasha Marie says:

    If you want ones without lights, sportchek sells them!

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  23. So your decisions are affected by other peoples negative opinions? Funny!!!

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  24. Lisa Whelan Lisa Whelan says:

    And my own experiences with them. 😉

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  25. Wheelies are like the vape pens of kids. Total douchebaggery.

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  26. Out of 22 posts, only 2 actually addressed the question the OP asked. Sad.

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