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Razor A5 Lux Scooter

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List Price: $99.99
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  • Designed and tested by pro-riders with durability and performance in mind
  • Aircraft-grade aluminum t-tube and deck comfortably supports riders up to 220 lbs
  • Extra-large urethane wheels equipped
  • Adjustable handlebars & Easy to fold and carry
  • Includes extra-thick foam handles for comfort and control
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Product Description

The Razor® A5 Lux scooter is updated with extra-large 200mm urethane wheels. The aircraft-grade aluminum construction includes folding handlebars, a rear fender brake, and a super-strong T tube, built to support riders up to 220 lbs. Recommended for ages 8 and up.

Product Details

Color: Blue | Size: One Size
  • Product Dimensions: 35 x 41 x 21 inches ; 8.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00B4HM8MG
  • Item model number: 13013240
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (844 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #805 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It's a very sturdy and well made scooter.
Carol
My previous scooter was a Razor with the small wheels, but the A5 is easier, safer and glides much further.
Glen
Nice, big wheels make for a very smooth ride, even over small cracks/bumps on the road or sidewalk.
lerri deguzman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

550 of 552 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Wally M. Viray TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 29, 2009
Color Name: RedSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
I have so many push scooters I bought from Amazon. My all time favorite was the Goped because of the high weight capacity, and its soft comfy tires. For those that are thinking of getting a scooter, you can read the following comparison based on what I have experienced.

Tires and Ride:
1. Razor A5 - Tires are firm but you wont rattle your teeth because the tires are so Tall. Since they are so large, very small imperfections in the road are not noticeable. It glides very well. Although the tires are narrow, since it is so tall, it would take a pretty deep crack on the pavement to make me fall over. Score 9/10
2. Xootr - Tires aren't too large so you feel more vibration. The longest glide of all scooters. Extremely fast on smooth surfaces. More dangerous on imperfect roads, so can really be used on very well paved roads if you want to be really safe. Score 8/10.
3. Goped - The Rolls Royce of Scooter tires. These tires are big and fat, so you don't have to worry about cracks on the pavement. As long as it isn't an open manhole, I am confident I can go over it. Does not glide as far as the A5 and Xootr but not that far behind them. Score 10/10

Weight:
1. Razor A5 - It is the lightest of the 3. It is less than 9 pounds based on the scale. Very easy to carry because it isn't heavy and bulky. Score 10/10
2. Xootr - It is also light and easy to carry. Score 9/10
3. Goped - It is heavy because it is built like a tank. Score 7/10

Ease in Folding:
1. Razor A5 - Hands down winner. It is even easier to fold than the previous Razors. Score 10/10
2. Xootr - I dont like the Pin design. Score 5/10
3. Goped - Very easy to fold but primitive locking. Score 8/10

Price:
1. Razor A5 - Score 10/10
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569 of 578 people found the following review helpful By Roy F. on March 31, 2009
Color Name: RedSize Name: One Size
I bought my A5 Lux in early December, 2008. Even in Denver in the winter months, there are many days suitable for scooting, and I've put about 100 miles on my A5 since then.

Bottom line: I like my A5 very much, I'm glad I bought it, and I would make the same choice again. I would choose it over a Xootr or a Know-Ped. (Amazon sells both of these, too. I encourage you to check them out.)

<Added April 24, 2009: Since I first published this review, I've heard from a couple of others who own it that their scooters were not properly adjusted when they received them. This made the steering column feel wobbly and loose. When properly adjusted, the A5 Lux will live up to the description in my review. With such a small sample, it's hard to say how common the problem is. In fairness to Razor, the owner's manual (which you can download at Razor.com.) says you should perform these adjustments before riding and gives clear, easily understandable instructions for them.

Just be aware that if you buy an A5, to get good results you need to check/perform a couple of adjustments when you first get it. These adjustments are simple and can be done with tools most people would already have. See the notes on my photos of the folding mechanism and quick-release for more info.

If the steering column still feels loose after making the adjustments described in the owner's manual, the problem may be a loose headset. Adjusting a headset requires the skills and tools of a bicycle mechanic, and a bike shop would probably charge you for it. The problem with a loose headset, besides the unwanted movement, is that the steering bearings can become damaged. If you get a scooter with a loose headset, you might want to exchange it.
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139 of 146 people found the following review helpful By Leo Spaceman on April 4, 2009
Color Name: RedSize Name: One Size
I was deciding between the Razor A5, the Pro, the Xootr (and all its variations) and the Know-Ped. And, of course, just plain old walking, but what's the fun in that?

In the end, I'm a cheap, stingy guy and wanted to figure out what would carry my weight without breaking, for the lowest price. The Razor A5 Lux does the trick.

I actually tried the Xootr -- it's an awesome ride, and if you have >$200 to shell out, go for it. I didn't feel like sinking another Benjamin into what amounted to an adult toy -- although I think "adult toy" has some other connotations that I'm not intending here.

Anyhow, what's nice about the Razor A5 Lux is that it folds up quickly -- no separate pin to pull out and lose (like the Xootr), there's a built in spring-loaded pin that you pull up, and snaps back in once it's folded. The whole thing is compact enough, once folded, that I can bring it on a moderately crowded subway to only get curious stares rather than nasty glares.

I do wish there were a better way to carry the thing -- a shoulder strap, a convenient handle somewhere. The vertical part of the scooter still spins around when you have it folded up, so you can inadvertently have the bottom part swing around and, *thwack*, land in court because you've just assaulted someone with an adult toy. And that would just be embarassing.

The ride is pretty good. On the streets of New York City, the wheels are large enough to manage the occasional cracks and pits. The rear brake is handy, and slows the scooter down instead of stopping it. Believe me, this is a good thing, since when you get going fast (down even a slight incline), if you stop, the inertia of your body will pitch you over the handlebars if you stop too suddenly.
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