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Razor Dune Buggy
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- Compact kids dune buggy with powerful 350-watt electric motor
- Reaches speeds of up to 10 mph; 8-inch knobby pneumatic tires
- Durable tubular steel frame; padded bucket seat with seatbelt
- Hand throttle and brake controls; requires no fuel to run
- Supports up to 120 pounds driver weight; for ages 8 and older
- Note: Please refer User Manual Page 3 on how to charge the battery
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|Item Dimensions||14.75 x 21.75 x 36.25 inches|
|Item Display Weight||83.15 pounds|
|Item Weight||83.15 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||79 pounds|
|Weight Capacity Maximum||120 pounds|
Other details include eight-inch knobby pneumatic tires, an active rear suspension, a durable tubular steel frame with diamond-plate floorboards, hand throttle and brake controls, a rear disc brake, and a safety flag. Ideal for difficult tracks and terrain, the buggy supports up to 120 pounds of weight and is suitable for ages 8 and older.
- For ages 8+
- 120-pound weight limit
- Can reach speeds of up to 10 miles per hour
- 350 watt motor
- 8 knobby pneumatic tires
- Bucket seats with seatbelt
- Powder coated finish on tubular steel frame
- Protective padding
- Diamond plate floorboards
- Hand throttle and brake controls
- Rear disc brake
- Safety flag
- Vertical storage
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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 Dunes Will Beg For Mercy
This vintage-cool ride will give older kids and teens plenty of buggy thrills. The classic dune buggy design features a bucket seat, diamond plate floorboard, with knobby tires and terrain following suspension.
- Speeds up to 9 mph.
- Up to 40 minutes of continuous use.
- Variable speed, high torque, chain driven motor.
- Thumb trigger acceleration control.
- Hand operated rear disc brake.
- 8 inch knobby pneumatic tires and terrain following rear suspension.
- Bucket seat with seat/ shoulder strap.
- Flag included.
- 24V (two 12V) sealed lead acid rechargeable battery system.
- Battery charger included.
- Some assembly required.
- Assembled Product Dimensions: 41 inch x 26.5 inch x 17.5 inch.
The ultimate electric powered off-road Buggy
For adults, dune buggies may beckon colorful memories of the 70s. For kids, they're just plain fun. Razor has put their electric spin on this vintage-cool ride to give older kids and teens some buggy thrills. Traveling at speeds up to 9 miles per hour, the classic dune buggy design features a bucket seat and diamond plate floorboards. And with knobby tires and terrain following suspension – the dunes will be begging for mercy.
Space saving vertical storage capability
The Dune Buggy's light, yet durable tubular steel frame, makes for easy vertical storage.
Variable speed, thumb trigger trottle and hand brake
Operation is a breeze thanks to the hand-controlled accelerator and hand operated rear disk braking system.
8 inch knobby pneumatic tires
8 inch knobby pneumatic tires and terrain following rear suspension for a smooth ride.
Powerful fun at speeds up to 9mph
Features a reduction drive for maximum torque along with a variable speed, chain driven motor to give riders unlimited fun.
Safety WarningWarning: Using this product may be a dangerous activity and may result in injury or death even when use with proper safety precautions. Use on your own risk.
Top Customer Reviews
This product seemed like a good solution - its not as fast as the Razor go-kart - 8mph vs 12 mph. And the idea that it is "off-road entertainment" is very compelling as we have some hard packed dirt paths nearby. I disliked the razor go-kart because it requires the kids to either drive in the street OR in a parking lot which didn't seem super safe, and also seemed like it would get boring sooner. I like the idea that we could take this to many parks and just run around.
I was very curious to see what the owners manual said, and I'm going to share that with you. We all know that owners manuals can be a bit restrictive, but, it does say what it says for a reason.
Keep in mind, I think this is a great product, but I think you deserve the full disclosure! Pros and Cons at the bottom.
1) The first page out of the box says "this product is not a toy... suitable for use only by persons ages 13 and older". WOW!! And all over the Amazon page it says 8 years old. Now I'm sure this is something the lawyers made them add, I bet some 9 year old got hurt. But: use your judgement! (and read #4)
2) The initial charge time is 18 hours. In other words, Christmas eve. Not a biggie, but you aren't supposed to use it "right out of the box" as another review has said.
3) Recharge time: 12 hours. Yes, you are going to get up to 45 minutes of fun - PER DAY. If you are on the fence about electric vs. gas, this might push you to the gas powered model. Extra battery is $55. I'm sorely tempted to buy one before xmas and have both charged because ... I have 2 kids! (I can't afford 2 dune buggies)
4) It **DOES** have a throttle adjustment (which you set with an alan wrench). I am going to do this for Xmas day! I hope it extends the battery life. In other words, I will limit the max speed and let my 7 and a half year old ride it anyway. i think they will be thrilled even at 5 mph, and after they master it I can le them have the full power.
5) Page 4: Vehicle does not run when rolling backwards. This is why a parent has to be around. The brake just stops you temporarily. As soon as you release, you keep rolling backwards. Obviously, brake+accelerate+release brake OR if you are out of power turn the wheel and go sideways until you stop. But this is not going to be obvious to some children.
6) No reverse. This is good and bad for reasons you can guess.
7) Page 5: "If the vehicle runs sluggishly: Driving conditions are too stressful. Use only on solid, flat clean and dry surfaces such as pavement or level ground." To me, this means its not REALLY offroad. I already knew that "dune buggy" was wishful thinking, but its more like a "parking lot buggy" the way this reads...
8) page 5: goes over "overheating". Apparently it has a circuit which limits the max speed ("cuts the power" didn't sound cool enough, I guess) and will even shut the unit completely off if it overheats.
1) Accelerator is a thumb paddle. I think this is great! Very easy for children. Very safe. Its proven that your hand can move faster than your foot, and I'm sure that it will be easier for them to regulate the speed.
2) Parents can set the throttle. Very safe.
3) Slows quickly when accelerator is released. Brakes seem "optional" or maybe just for when you start rolling backwards (LOL).
4) Handles minor bumps (1 to 2 inches) with ease. This alone makes it waaay better than the go kart version, IMO... the soft tires help make it a more comfortable bump too.
1) Low Power light: It has a light that lights up when battery power is "low". Nice! Cool! But, it would be nice if it had an audible bell tone, and if the manual would tell us if this is 5 minutes, or 3 minutes, or whatever... i really don't think many kids are going to notice this in the middle of having fun. I can already tell I'm going to be carrying this thing back from the hard packed dirt trails around my house - in my truck.
2) Clearance. The ground clearance is pretty bad, its only a couple inches. I don't think this thing has enough torque, and certainly no suspension. So, you are going to stay on the flat and level anyway.
Overall, i'd buy it again. I'm happy with it and I think its very safe. But, there are a few little details that I thought you might want to know :) Hope it helped.
Also notable is that this goes much faster than those plastic fantastic vehicles, so we do exercise caution with our 2 year old who wants to ride off on his own! I think this would be great for kids 5-10, depending on size. The closer you get to the recommended 120 weight limit the slower this Dune Buggy goes. Although we have had 150lbs on it for short periods over various terrains though it does stall out a bit!
The main reason I went with a Razor product was in the hopes I could get something that would work in our yard, which consists of flat dirt, wild tall weedy/brush areas, wood chips and some uneven and hilly areas. This product does not disappoint! With one or two kiddos on this (approx 65lbs with both) this thing is a blast! It is just a barely appreciable bit faster on the flat dirt areas but takes the hills and chips just fine unless battery is almost dead, or if my younger child and I am riding (about 125lbs, and yes it is so fun =)! In these cases it is sometimes necessary to shift weight around to get over especially challenging spots, and it does slow appreciably. If we hit a rut dug by the critters worst case scenario is sticking a leg out to give a little extra push, and again I find these problems primarily in low battery or top of weight limit scenarios.
I wanted to write this review especially for those out there who know Power Wheels just won't work out in your yard but want to get a recreation type vehicle for the kiddos who are just a bit too young for a full sized ATV... This Dune Buggy rocks (though Razor does even have a small ATV, we have not tried as my daughter preferred this but I bet its great too.) All things considered I can't recommend this more highly!
ANyway, THIS KART IS AWESOME! In addition to arriving fully assembled, and charged up, this thing does everything it claims. It's got great torque, crawls right through mud and over bumps and uphill, and is a very well constructed little buggy.
Like the MX350, I would prefer a footbrake, because my 3 year old can drive this thing, but can't squeeze the hand brake. OH well, he's younger than the recommended age so this is on me. THe motor provides more than enough " engine braking" anyway to bring the thing to a pretty rapid halt when you let off the gas.
I am verypleased in every way with this buggy.
The flag is Black, and really should be orange, and perhaps taller.
The tires are not the same ones pictures above. THey have a weird kind of mixed tread that is street ready in the center, with really aggressive treads on the sides. We'll see how long they last. Kind of cool, just not what I expected given the pic.
All the kids in teh nneighborhood seem to think it's fast, but my kids have been riding these kinds of toys since before they could walk, and this one could maybe use a higher top speed. But to sacrafice a bit of speed for what is pretty incredible torque is a worthy tradeoff.
For the price, there really isn't a better toy for a little kid.
My boys are 3 and 5 and are just in heaven with this car.
Battery lasts them full throttle for about an hour.