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Razor PowerWing Caster Scooter
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- Fun trick scooter with pair of rear caster wheels
- Caster wheels propel scooter with a twist of the feet
- Ideal for performing kick-outs, side drifts, and spin-outs
- Durable steel frame; 125mm polyurethane front wheel with hand brake
- For ages 5 and older, 143-pound maximum weight limit; measures 30 by 22 by 31.5 inches (L x W x H)
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From the Manufacturer
From day one, Razor has focused on providing the very best riding experience, combining cutting-edge technology, high-quality materials and innovation to deliver products designed to suit riders’ evolving lifestyles.
Founded in 2000, Razor quickly became an icon of American culture with the introduction of the now legendary A model kick scooter. The must-have item of the year, the A model continues to be an essential ride for anyone on the go.
Today, Razor offers a full line of award-winning products that inspire and excite riders around the globe. Influenced by our Southern California home, and rooted in popular action sports – from motocross and BMX, to snowboarding, skateboarding and surfing – Razor’s products embody the spirit of freedom and fun.
The Radical New Way To Ride!
The PowerWing ushered in a radical new way to ride. This awesome three-wheel design gets going with a side-to-side movement and allows riders to master sideways drifting and 360 degree spins.
- Unique three-wheel design
- Steel main beam frame and high tech polymer wings
- Dual inclined casters for drifting and spinning
- 125mm urethane front wheel
- 64mm urethane rear wheels
- Front hand operated brake
- Foam grips
- Removable stability bars
- PowerWing is patented (U.S. design and utility patent numbers: U.S. 7,681,895, B2 and U.S. 7,597,334, B2)
- Assembled Product Dimensions: 32" x 22" x 34.5"
- Product Weight: 12 lbs
- Some assembly required
A totally rippin’ side-to-side ride!
The three-wheeler is all grown up and ready to rock. Just move your body side-to-side and the PowerWing’s awesome three-wheel design gets you going and keeps you moving. Hop on for some freestyle action.
Dual Inclined Caster Rear Wheels
Dual inclined casters allow turning, drifting and acceleration without ever having to push.
Hand Operated Brake and Foam Grips
Front hand operated brake and foam grips provide added control and comfort.
Urethane Front Wheel
Large 125 millimeters urethane front wheel.
Removable Stability Bars
Unique three-wheel design provides stability and makes learning to ride easy and fun!
WARNING! Always wear a helmet when riding your Powerwing and keep the chin strap securely fastened. Obey all local local traffic and scooter riding regulations and laws. Check and secure all fasteners before every ride.
Top Customer Reviews
1) Color - The original only comes in Black and Pink (as far as I know), while the Deluxe is chrome, green, and black. I thought the chrome color scheme was more fitting for a toy that would be used equally between brother and sister.
2) Build Strength - The Deluxe appears to be sturdier than the standard model.
3) Handle Bars - The Deluxe has adjustable handle bars, though both of my kids prefer the handle bars at the top most position anyway.
4) Size - the Deluxe is slightly larger in every way.
I bought this for my 8-year old daughter's birthday. She wasn't expecting it, but she loves it. Her 10-year old brother uses and enjoys it as well. They both love the fact that you can make it go without pushing off from the ground like a regular scooter... even though it doesn't go very fast. That's not the important part to them.
Don't worry about the weight limit. I weigh 220 pounds and I ride the thing all the time. I'm not gentle when I ride it either! I'm not sure where Razor got their weight limit recommendation from... but it is extremely conservative.
You need a flat surface for this scooter! It is not meant to be going up or down hills. Okay... maybe down gentle hills. The Powerwing really only shines on a flat, smooth surface. We are somewhat lacking in this requirement, but believe it or not my kids enjoy riding even within the confines of an empty 2-car garage.Read more ›
Warning: This takes some practice. But once kids get going, it's quite fast, and if you live around hills, please make sure your kids have helmets and pads on, as accidents are common. Turning needs to be done carefully!
We bought this scooter on sale. At its regular price, I would complain mightily about the lack of adjustable handlebars, which they really should have, and about a general lack of sturdiness. Smaller kids probably won't stress this so much, but bigger kids will easily bust this thing up in no time. The "wings" where the feet rest are made of plastic, and the caster wheels are tiny. One feels the bumps and other irregularities on sidewalks and street quite fiercely.
For a mere $20 to $40 more, depending on what one pays for this thing, one can get the smallest 5-inch wheel Trikke, which is quite similar in terms of how it works, and the Trikkes are very sturdy, very well made little machines. For kids such as my daughter there are Trikkes that cost around twice as much (their middle school and high school model with six-inch poly wheels) that seem much sturdier and safer than the PowerWing.
Not every kid takes to this type of scooter. It requires a fair amount of sustained practice and effort. The kids who will love it and use it likely will outgrow it and want to move on to a Trikke or a similar model.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I orderded thing thinking it was electric, I misread the reviews written by people. We ended up sending it back.Published 6 days ago by momof2
My son loves this scooter so much and he is on it all the time. I have had several parents ask me where I ordered it from. Read morePublished 8 days ago by T. Fuller