Razor A Kick Scooter
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- Original kick scooter made of sturdy aircraft-grade aluminum
- Patented t-tube and deck design folds conveniently for transport
- 98 mm inline-style urethane wheels with ABEC 5 bearings
- Patented rear fender brake for Quick stops
- Recommended for ages 5 and older; supports riders up to 143 pounds
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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 Scooter that Started it all
The year 2000 was a phenomenal success for the original A model Razor kick scooter. From hip city dwellers, to celebrities, to businessmen to kids, the Razor kick scooter was one of the most talked-about, desired, and best selling items of 2000, winning the prestigious Toy of the Year award from the Toy Industry Association.
While the scooters caught on quickly, they also quickly became an integral part of American culture. They have become a classic mode of transportation like bikes and skateboards that will be enjoyed by riders for years to come.
- Aircraft-grade aluminum t-tube and deck
- Patented rear fender brake (U.S. Patent No. 6,139,035)
- Patented folding mechanism (U.S. Patent No. 6,431,567 & 7,063,341,B2)
- Adjustable handlebars
- Urethane wheels
- Foam grips
- Assembled Product Dimensions: 26 x 13.5 x 34 inches
- Product Weight: 5 lbs.
- No Assembly Required
- Sweet Pea Only: Includes bell and handlebar streamers
- Max Rider Weight: 143 lbs.
- For ages 5 and up
- Available Colors: Clear/Black, Blue, Red, Green, Pink, and Sweet Pea (Each Sold Separately)
Urethane Wheels and Patented Rear Fender Brake
Riders will always feel smooth and in control when kicking along the sidewalk.
Patented Folding Mechanism
Fold up into a compact footprint, so riders can fit the scooter inside a bag or carry it at their side.
Handlebars adjust for the prefect fit.
Sweet Pea a Kick Scooter
Built on our original A model frame, the Sweet Pea scooter sports cute pink details, including handlebar streamers and pretty decals. You’ll know it’s a Sweet Pea rider when she rings the bell.
|Package Height||4.09 x 7.28 x 24.02 inches|
|Shipping Weight||5.4 pounds|
|Weight Capacity Maximum||143 pounds|
The model that started the Razor® revolution, the A scooter is now a true classic. The lightweight, aircraft-grade aluminum frame folds up for easy storage, and urethane wheels deliver a smooth ride. Adjustable handlebars with foam grips accommodate users of varying heights.
Style: Frustration Free Packaging | Color: Blue | Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging
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It definitely takes some practice and more balance to use this one. To turn he steers the handle rather than leaning left of right as he was doing with he radio flyer.
He seems happy with it but still needs practice.