Comes with a little thumb-operated bell and pink/purple streamers on the handles. If you're a 5 year old girl, what's not to like? Three-wheel scooters for little kids are easier to start on, but my daughter has seen bigger kids and stunt riders do everything on similar two-wheelers, so she's willing to learn to ride a "real" scooter, and shes' the cautious type - she uses training wheels on her little bike.
Build quality looks excellent. Smooth welds, great paint, adjustable handle height and non-skid decal on the footboard. It's lightweight and folds up for easy carry or fits easily in the trunk of a very small car. This is handy if you don't know what play options might exist at your destination. It's so much smaller than the smallest bike, you can take it along just in case. I have no idea how they can make something of this quality and deliver it for $25 with in-store pickup. Both I and my wife tested it for sturdiness, and I'm over 200#, so this scooter is solid.