Fuzion Electron Scooter - Green
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- 360-degree rotating front wheel and handlebar for freestyle tricks
- Four wheels stay flush with the ground, resulting in greater stability
- Folds down to 9 inches deep for easy transport and storage
- For ages 7 and older; 130-pound maximum weight capacity
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|Item Dimensions||35.83 x 14.96 x 28.35 inches|
|Item Display Weight||1.2 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||11.02 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||11.68 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Fuzion has a different take on scooters, with a tilting board that lets you carve. You don't just steer right left, you can actually lean the steering column to the side and tilt the deck (the place where you stand) to make it go where you want. It's great as a kid's only scooter or as a compliment to a Razor and skateboard.
The electron is the smallest and lightest of the fuzion scooters, which is perfect for tricks or if the rider is a bit younger. I ride it myself, and it takes my weight, but even my 5-year-old can easily handle it.
The manufacturing on this scooter is amazing. As other scooters have gotten a bit 'cheap' feeling, this is made of solid aluminum and very heavy plastics. The trucks are tough and can definitely take a beating.
The thing that really sold me was the YouTube videos that are everywhere. Search YouTube for Fuzion Electron and you'll see kids doing amazing stunts or just carving down a street like they're on a ski slope.
This scooter is lots of fun (for this dad and also the kids), and I imagine it's durable enough to last through the rest of the boys as they grow up.
The Electron is first and for the most part a freestyle (trick) scooter. You should know that right away, if you want a cruiser/carver scooter than you should consider the Asphalt or Carbon.
From a freestyle standpoint, the Electron is the best Fuzion Nextsport has released. Specifically, its light weight (9.4 pounds i believe) allows for many more tricks/combos to be done than on the NX, Nextsport's first freestyle-specific scoooter. While the NX is more suitable for bigger people (18 inch wide bars, wider deck, stronger wheels, etc), the Electron is perfect for smaller freestyle riders.
Although it has a weight limit of 135 pounds, even if you are smaller than this be prepared for some play in the folding mechanism. Repeated impacts will start to wear down on the foldy mech, which as far as I know cannot be "locked" (some riders lock folding mechs on Razors to prevent them from wearing down, and shaking).
The wheels are, I won't lie, pretty bad. After just a few days with my new Electron the back wheel dehubbed. One sketch doublewhip and its toast. So this has prevented me from doing a lot of whips. You can put skateboard wheels on it, however. They are also fairly slow.
I do think that this is a great Fuzion scooter for the kid who loves to do tricks on anything with wheels though. Chances are that he will ride the Electron for a very long time. The fact that it has four wheels gives kids more options for flatland style tricks than on two wheelers.Read more ›
THE ONLY TROUBLE WITH IT IS THAT YOU HAVE TO PUT IT TOGETHER, BUT ONCE IT PUT TOGETHER IT IS ALOT OF FUN TO RIDE...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for my son a number of years ago. He has since out grown it but as boys will do, he torn it up first. What's left of it is still in my garage with no wheels on it.Published on December 19, 2012 by djfgreene
We got this for our almost 4 year old son. It's really easy to put together, durable and easy to take along on trips since it folds up. Read morePublished on December 27, 2011 by W. Mallon
Very nice scooter that is very easy to assemble. Curving gets a little used to, but otherwise smooth riding. Just need to see how long it can last with my 7 year old boy.Published on April 24, 2011 by bookworm
When assembling the Electron I found the holes attaching the handlebars to the upright had been bored over size. Read morePublished on February 21, 2011 by Buzzy Lyn
This is an excellent purchase. My son is 6 years old and having the four wheels was a safety thing for me. Read morePublished on February 3, 2011 by Derrick Thomas
My 10 year old loves his scooter! It was easily assembled and he has ridden it every day since Christmas!Published on January 9, 2011 by Mrs.Bowers
Scooter is durable and has worked out good for my son. Was easy to assemble. Lots of fun to ride.Published on January 2, 2011 by TLeigh
This is the second of this particular scooter that I have purchased. It is the most stable one I found due to the 4 wheel construction. Read morePublished on December 31, 2010 by Diana