Razor Jr. Folding Kiddie Kick Scooter
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- Three-wheel design provides greater stability for new riders
- High quality steel, aluminum and plastic construction
- Folding mechanism allows compact storage and a convenient way to carry the scooter
- Features, wide, slip resistant Polypropylene deck, urethane wheels, and easy-to-grip soft foam handles
- Quick and easy to assemble
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|Package Height||7.52 x 9.49 x 19.76 inches|
|Shipping Weight||7.45 pounds|
|Weight Capacity Maximum||45 pounds|
Designed for young riders, the Razor® Folding Kiddie Kick scooter features a three-wheeled design that helps build coordination and maintain balance. The wide polypropylene deck is slip-resistant, and a new folding mechanism allows easy storage and transportation. Intended for children ages 3 and up.
Color: Blue | Style: Frustration Free Packaging
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The issue with the scooter is that the base is too light as it's made of plastic. This makes it very top heavy and is prone to tipping over when the child is learning to use it. I am sure that in time, she will master this and eventually be ready for a standard two-wheel scooter. I would have preferred a metal base.
Having said that, I like the look of the scooter. It looks like a little girls scooter and other than the base, is well constructed. In time any child will love this scooter. It has a cheaper feel than traditional Razor scooters due to the plastic base.
The quality is great. From what I can tell this will last for several kids to come.
I got the adult size one for me and normal one for my five year old and now the 3 of us go for rides. Lots of fun.
The base is made out of plastic, but has a metal frame underneath, making it very sturdy. I have even ridden on it briefly (160 lbs), with no harm to the scooter. Everything else is metal and very similar to the full-sized Razor scooters. This adds to the form factor and makes little ones feel even cooler because it looks like a "big kid" scooter.
The two wheels at the rear make the scooter stable while still requiring some balance and maneuvering skills by the child. I like that there are fenders over the rear wheels, to keep little feet from inadvertently catching on them.