Micro Maxi Kick Scooter - Red with T-bar
|Price:||$129.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Swiss-designed, the Maxi is engineered and constructed for superior durability
- Every part on the Maxi is replaceable-- this allows it to last, virtually forever
- The Maxi's wheels are made of the highest quality PU which creates an incredibly smooth glide, perfect for Urban/Suburban pavements
- The Maxi is the highest quality, best performing scooter for kids ages 5-12
- Lean to steer technology-- the lean to steer started here!
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|Item Dimensions||36.61 x 9.06 x 22.44 inches|
|Item Display Weight||123.2 pounds|
|Item Weight||5.51 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||7.41 pounds|
The Micro Maxi® kickboard is designed for elementary school-age kids. The steering features a curving and carving action that is a little like being on a skateboard but with greater control and maneuverability. Kids love the Maxi's exceptionally smooth glide and strong 3-wheel construction. Choose between two steering options - the Joystick for better curving and carving, or a traditional TBar for easier balancing. The handlebar styles are interchangeable, and available as an Accessory - choose one to start and switch to the other at a later time. The Maxi's steering stick extends from 24in to 36in. The quality choice in kickboard scooters for school-age kids.
Top Customer Reviews
Sadly about a month ago, the scooter was left behind the car and got backed over. The piece that connects the wheel to the scooter snapped and the scooter was rendered useless. The $129 scooter that was supposed to last ten years didn't even make it ten months. My son was rather heartbroken about it (as was I at the steep price point) and he has continued to try to ride it despite the broken wheel. Before trashing it, we doubtingly decided to check and see if the company offered parts. I mean, no companies offers parts for kids toys. Trash it and buy another, right? WRONG! Indeed there was an extremely helpful website to order parts and it used labeled pictures to make it super easy for me to identify which piece was broken and needed to be replaced. After finding the piece I needed I scrolled down and was absolutely stunned when I saw it was only $4.99!!! Of course, I joked that they would probably charge me $10 shipping to get it to me, but had to bite my tongue again when shipping was FREE! So, all I can say is I am one happy momma with my $4.99 fix for the pricey scooter that my little boy loves.
A few other things that make me love this scooter: The handle bars are made of rubber and the wheels are made of a material that does not pick up any gravel from outside, so my son can bring it inside on our hard wood floors and zip around the house without banging up the walls or scratching the floors. This is a serious plus because he wants to use this all the time and it helps keep him busy when I'm trying to take 2 minutes to finish dinner or change his sister's diaper. My one tip is to wear shoes that cover the back of your feet if you are going to let your little ones ride this in the house, as they can accidentally run into your feet and it can be quite painful if the sharp front hits the back of your heels (spoken from experience)!!
Hands down, this scooter has been worth the investment! 5/5 stars for sure.
(a) it has two wheels at front and one at back. cannot understand how kids manage to balance the other scooters w/one wheel at front and one at back, this two front wheel/one back wheel design feels sturdier and safer. take it out of the box and a kid who hs never used a scooter learns it in 10 minutes. a three year old can learn the previous level scooter which is exactly the same but smaller. easy to learn.
(b) the back brake is well designed, very visible, easy to use, easy to remember how to use.
(c) the podium stick thingie is adjustable (ps. the previous micro scooter is not which i think is a flaw) for when the kid grows. it also has a joystick version instead of the horizontal (eg, like a bike) handlebar, which i don't really get but whatever, you have some options there.
(d) it comes in many attractive colors. for what its worth the red is a very cute, happy red.
(e) kid is so happy and free with it, it is aesthetically and physically pleasing-oh, and since kid can go further than they would otherwise, they get nice exercise too.
So if you live in a big city and your children cry in agony when you take them out on long annoying errand runs, museum visits, etc, get this and thank me later. best $125 i spent all summer.
My 8 year old son also tried her scooter and loved it, and so I had to buy him a scooter as well... I bought him the Razor A3 instead (definitely less expensive!), and although he likes it OK, you can tell he prefers the Maxi - it's just a bit too small for him, sadly.
Although a bit pricey, this is a great scooter, and I am thrilled to have finally found that "perfect birthday gift" for my daughter!
its nice that they make 2 sizes this one is def more rigid then the mini. has 2 wheels in back and the board seems firmer - it is more reinforced.