- Product Dimensions: 27.5 x 31.8 x 18.5 inches ; 6.6 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 9.8 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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- ASIN: B00B1V9OOA
- Item model number: 13018160
- Average Customer Review: 201 customer reviews
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#271,635 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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- #113 in Stunt Scooters
- Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
Razor Pro XX Scooter
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- The Pro XX model scooter is the gateway to advanced riding and is competition ready right out of the box
- Tested and created by Team Razor pro-riders for ultimate durability and performance
- Features a lightweight, super-tough aluminum construction with a rigid down tube and fixed handlebar design
- With double stacked head clamp for added head tube strength and pro style rubber grips
- 14 spoke 110mm high grade urethane wheels with RZR Pro 20 bearings
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Take it to the next level with the Razor Pro series scooters. Used by Team Razor riders to pull off huge tricks, they feature lightweight, super-tough aluminum construction with a rigid down tube and fixed handlebar design. Super tough construction for even the longest pavement and park sessions. Its competition ready right out of the box. Crafted for those who demand the highest performance and the most sophisticated design. Designed and tested by Team Razor pro riders, for maximum durability and performance in mind. The Razor Pro XX is an updated version of the Razor Ultra Pro series and is based on seven years of rider feedback. The scooter offers a 100% aircraft-grade aluminum body, a double TIG-welded deck for superior strength and threaded 110mm compatible fork. As a result, this is the ideal scooter for tricks, as it's ready for all kinds of use and abuse. The scooter also features freestyle rubberized grips to protect your palms along with Razor's patented rear brake system. Equipped with 14 spoke 110mm high grade urethane wheels and RZR Pro 20 bearings for a smooth ride. Other features include a reinforced Double stacked head tube clamp for extra head tube strength, full-deck grip tape and a non-folding design (for extra durability). Comes with the standard pro scooter handlebar dimensions of 18" wide and 21.65" tall and deck dimensions of 20" long and 3.81" wide. Recommended for ages 8 and older and will support riders up to 220 pounds. Some assembly required.
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There are a load of inexpensive scooters that are often said to be "good enough". Their limitations are smaller wheels that wear out or break faster or more easily. They have weight limits that your child may exceed by the time they're 11 or 12. The decks are smaller and the brake actuators are smaller and may be harder to use. The whole scooter may break if they do some curb hopping or other minor 'tricks' or hard usage. So you'll end up buying a second and perhaps third or fourth, making the bargain much less bargainy.
This is a solid scooter you can get for about 50% more than the cheapest available. It has big heavy duty wheels that will take a long time to wear out and won't break unless your kid is doing tricks that would cause you to wet your pants if you saw them doing it. It has a large deck with plenty of foot space for better balance and fewer foot slips. Big brake pedal with raised markings which is easy to actuate and control. Solid heavy duty welds, thick aluminum and a fixed handlebar, plus >200lb weight load limit.
In short, this scooter is safer than a $20 cheapie, will last longer, and you probably won't ever have to do anything with it like replace wheels. Some folks that really beat on it report they need to change the grips on the handlebars. They seem pretty tough to me.
Worst problem with these is everyone knows they're a good scooter, so it may get stolen more often. My son was messing around with friends a few weeks ago and they all left their scooters on a lawn out of sight for a few minutes. My son's pro was grabbed but not the others. So make sure someone keeps an eye on this or its put away.
This scooter is definitely stronger than the fold-up type, so in that sense it's a win.
What I didn't realize is that unlike the other ones we've had the height is not adjustable. To my non-expert eye the height seems about right for my 4'11 son, but I'd been thinking this would last a few years. Maybe short is the style for doing tricks? But my kid just zips around the neighborhood and he's already needing to bend over a bit.
I'll be looking to see if there's an after market replacement for the neck to see if it can grow with him. In the meantime, if you or your recipient is adult height, be sure to take a good look at the height of this model before buying.
So then I ordered this one. Its for me, but also my husband and also my 3 year old when she gets tired of riding hers or walking.
Its great - I am zipping about all over the place with my kids. The handlebar is high, the wheels are bigger and its sturdy over the cracks and bumps and acorns on the ground. Its fun :)