- Product Dimensions: 35 x 6.5 x 41 inches ; 13.5 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 16.4 pounds
- ASIN: B00RYBJMMK
- Average Customer Review: 76 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #326,683 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Aeroactive Adults & Teens Scooter with Dual Suspension - Completely Redesigned and Improved
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- Lightweight 13.5 lbs (6 kg), solid aluminium frame and deck.
- Dual suspension - front and rear.
- 8 inch (200mm) wheels make your ride more comfortable and ideal for larger glides. The large wheels are much better for a smoother and safer ride, plus they limit the risk of going over the bar Easy to fold, carry and transport.
- Easy to fold, carry and transport. Includes Bottle holder
- Adjustable height T-bar from 34 in to 41 in, For Heights: From 4'4 ft. Rubber Soft-Feel Grips
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|Item Dimensions||41 x 6.5 x 35 inches|
|Item Display Weight||13.5 pounds|
|Item Weight||13.5 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||16.4 pounds|
It’s 3 times faster than walking!!! The perfect scooter for Teens and Adults, specially designed to be carried around town, and beat uneven roads and surfaces with its dual suspension system. Ideal for Teens; to improve your commute; or to keep up with kids on their scooter.
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Top customer reviews
I am a girl, 5'2, 130 lbs and travel around 4-6 miles an hour on this thing. I use for my daily commute downtown on streets, hills and sidewalks.
WEIGHT: It is heavier at 13.5 lbs. Scooters under 13 lbs have a much higher risk of accidents- they can wobble at high speeds. I can carry the scooter if I need too. I am looking for a strap to make it easier.
FOLDING: Be patient! There is a trick and once you figure it out it's a piece of cake. Take your weight off the scooter, push the handles forward, press the lever with your foot and it will gracefully fold back. Make sure the locking hook is in place before picking up.
DECK: This deck is higher off the ground and has a plastic material on the bottom which is imperative! There are certain driveway/sidewalk type curbs that can be very dangerous. The higher deck and the plastic allow the scooter to clear the dips and not "stick" which metal bases do. I would choose this scooter over others because of this. It's a good size for my feet with plenty of room (women's 7).
HANDLES: They are super comfortable. I won't have to replace these. The handle bar height is perfect. I put on the highest level.
WATER BOTTLE HOLDER: It is removable and I had to remove it because my knee hits it.
WHEELS: Great quality wheels. I think they are the same as the previous model. I rode the heck out of my previous scooter and those wheels are still kickin like new.
SHOCKS: These shocks are not too loose. They make urban scooting easy. Dual is a must!
BREAK: I'm having some trouble with it compared to the previous model. But yes it does break. I'm going to do some break tests and report back.
SAFETY: Whatever you do wear a helmet. I am serious. SERIOUS.
Overall I love this scooter and it's a great price. It gets me from A to B without any hassle, right out of the box.
For more tips and to learn the ways of the scooter lifestyle read my previous review:
I am 31 year old female and weigh 125 lb. I live in downtown Austin. I have never ridden a scooter before. I have had this scooter for 1 year. I ride 1 mile to work and back every day and I have to walk hills because I get down to walking speed. It takes me 8 minutes and 45 seconds to get to work (.09 mi) and if I walk it takes me 22 - I have a short gate and there are lots of traffic lights :)
The first week I had trouble at fast speeds with the handlebars shaking. I thought maybe a design flaw but over time I got stronger. I can now take my hand off to check my apple watch for a second or two.
Breaks: It is really fast down hills. The break works but there is a speed limit. The frame is super flexible so if you are trying to stop quickly you can pull your body away for the handles. You can't really jump off of it when you are trying to break at a high speed so you can seriously hit the side of a car around a blind corner. Sidewalks are dangerous with peeps opening doors.
At Night and Safety: No one can see you. I bought a runner's belt with a flashing red light (it's also a reflector) and strapped it around my backpack. Get one it will save your life. It is the width of my body so cars can guess where I am in the dark. I took off the stickers and put on Nathan yellow reflectors. WEAR A HELMET!
Carrying it: I go to bars and restaurants and events after work all the time. It is fast to fold up so I'm not standing outside very long. I can fit it under a table. In crowded places when I'm carrying it people are annoyed. I leave it at the door sometimes. I have carried it 2 miles when I was walking home with a friend. Shoulder hurt a little next day. I am going to buy a comfortable luggage or guitar strap. Overall it's not that heavy. I just bought a bike lock on the occasions that I might need but haven't yet.
Coolness and Quality: I look like a badass even though scooters aren't cool yet in Austin. It doesn't look like a Razor. It's mean looking and slick. Guys hit on me all the time. I don't normally wear tennis shoes but I had to buy them. I found some vision street wear women's fit skate shoes on amazon that are adorable and comfortable. Skate shoes are the best. Traditional tennis shoes stick to the grip tape and you can trip.
Strength: I ride the heck out of it. It's strong - super solid frame.
Shocks: Dual shocks is the way to go on urban streets. It is very bouncy which makes it fun and flexible over uneven concrete. It is not loud. Not sure if shocks eventually wear out or how to handle that. I can't go off a curb yet - probs not likely.
Flaws: Within the first month the folding mechanism handle broke. I can't fix it BUT now it's easier to fold. I push it forward then it releases and then folds smoothly. Make sure to put the clamp handle back on. You will know because it makes a rickety sound. My concern is the break wearing over time and how to replace that. The strap has a plastic connector and they wore out in a year. The part on the scooter that holds the plastic connect broke as well. The handle bars wore out so I replaced with fancy comfy bike ones. So 4 stars instead of 5.
When comparing to others: It's affordable. It's a mid-weight at 11 lb. (range is 8-15 lb). The deck is big enough but a tight space (I'm size 7 W). No kickstand but you don't need it. Folds - you have to get the hang of it. It has larger wheels for urban use. Crappy strap but it has one. Dual shocks: perfect for urban street riding. I would not buy a scooter if it didn't have all this. Black color is solid looking and you can add your own flare with stickers.
I haven't crashed and burned yet. (fingers crossed).
This scooter has changed my way of life.
I like the way the handle-bars can fold down and snap to the sides of the steering column, actually now that they have this approach they could have made the handlebars wider so you don't need to hold them both so near the center, but that's a minor issue. The handlebar height is adjustable and works fine for me, although I'm a fairly short guy and I have them adjusted at their maximum height. To stop suddenly or slow down in a hurry I'd just put my foot down, but if you want a way to gently reduce your speed a bit while gliding down a hill, the rear kick brake works great. You keep going, but can lean on it as much as you want to regulate your speed.
I have edited this review to refer to the 2nd scooter I tried. The first one I received had a wonky lock/unlock mechanism that didn't click into the upright position as it was supposed to. Even though it has a complex approach including a quick-release lever on one side, a lever you press forwards on the other side to unlock it, plus some adjustment screws you can tweak with included tools, the first one just couldn't snap into a locked position without completely removing some parts. No problems with the replacement, though, it locks open solidly and can be folded/unfolded without trouble or any need for adjustment, so I have upgraded my reviews to 5 stars now that I have one without any issues.
This scooter is very large and certainly not for the faint-of-heart. Go figure - it even comes with shock absorbers! My daughter is very tall and although very skinny, weighs over 100lb. This scooter is just what she needs. Now that I realize it is also for adults, I have also been having some fun with it and it holds my weight with ease.
The scooter comes fully assembled and includes hardware for tightening. It is solid – really solid! That was always a problem before with bolts loosening or pieces falling off. This is rock-solid strong and her friends are so jealous! It is a bit on the heavy side but that is because of the strength and durability. This is certainly not the scooter for a small child. It folds up easy for storage and even the handle bars fold down and secure nicely. A lot of thought went into this design.
The ride on this scooter is very smooth. You get a nice and consistent ride and can go over small bumps in the road with ease. Overall, I am very pleased with this scooter. It should make my daughter happy for a very long time.