- Product Dimensions: 24.8 x 4.2 x 9 inches ; 5.5 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 pounds
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- ASIN: B002M9YHA6
- Item model number: 13010068
- Average Customer Review: 123 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #271,664 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Razor Wild Style Kick Scooter, Pink
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- New Limited Edition Graffiti Kick Scooter based on the original A Kick Scooter!
- Highly decorated with fun and exciting graffiti graphics from frame to deck
- Original 98mm deep Urethane wheels with ABEC-5 bearings and all new 14 spoke hubs
- Patented aircraft-grade aluminum T-tube and deck design folds conveniently for transport
- Patented rear fender brake for quick stops
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|Item Dimensions||9.02 x 4.25 x 24.76 inches|
|Item Weight||5.49 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||5.65 pounds|
|Size||24.25 x 4.25 x 8|
Based on the original Razor A kick scooter, the limited-edition Razor Wild Style kick scooter adds fun and exciting graffiti graphics to the frame and deck, making it ideal for everyone hip city dwellers, celebrities, businessmen, kids, and more. The Razor kick scooter was one of the most talked-about, in-demand, and best-selling items of 2000, winning the prestigious Toy of the Year award from the Toy Industry Association. Not only did the scooters catch on quickly, they also became an integral part of American culture, evolving alongside bikes and skateboards into a classic mode of transportation for kids and teens alike. The Razor Wild Style is made of aircraft-grade aluminum, a sturdy material that holds up to use and abuse through the years. Its T-tube and deck, meanwhile, fold up into a compact footprint, so riders can fit the scooter inside a bag or carry it at their side when riding isn't appropriate (it weighs around 6 pounds). And thanks to the 98mm inline-style urethane wheels (with new 14-spoke hubs), ABEC-5 bearings, and patented rear fender brake, riders will always feel smooth and in control when kicking along the sidewalk. The Razor Wild Style is recommended for ages 5 and older.
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If your child is 6+ and just starting out in scootering, I would highly recommend spending a little more to purchase the original Razor Pro model (not the X,XX or XXX because these don't have adjustable height handlebars), or the new Razor A4, which is nearly identical to the Razor Pro, because these scooters are much more solid and have wider, longer decks (although they are heavier). With care, the Razor Pro/A4 will last into adulthood because the decks are rated up to 220 lbs. vs. 143 lbs with the Razor A1-A3 and Wildstyle.
In case anyone is worried about the review that said the deck was too small - I don't agree. This deck is big enough for even an adult to ride! If someone complains that the deck is too small, they probably aren't standing on the deck correctly.
There are 3 basic scooter stances:
natural - one or both feet on the deck, pointed at an angle to the right
goofy - one or both feeted on the deck, pointed at an angle to the left
ski - one or both feet on the deck, pointed forward
When kids first learn, they usually start trying to use the ski stance 1-footed. Once they get used to balancing and kicking, they should change to natural or goofy depending on which is their dominant foot. The Razor scooter is not designed for scooting in the 2-footed ski stance.
- Ease of assembly
- Seemingly quality materials
- Great value for the money
- Metal clamp that holds the handlebar in place requires tightening way too often. Without doing this, the handlebar slides down to a lower level.
- Paint scratches rather easily
I would probably five this product a 5 if it did not require me to go and get a pair of pliers every time that the clamp became loose. All in all, however, I think that this is a great buy.
Still, you won't be unhappy with this one if you are looking for a solid, well built and well functioning scooter.
For today, we gathered to wrap all items for Christmas and precedet to open and put together above mentioned item when Surprise, Surprise this little bugger razor is missing the most important part to ride it with...the ...ing handle!
Another lesson learned. HaHa
She quickly learned to ride it and is very comfortable on it. So, then she focused on riding her big-girl bike without the training wheels and I followed her on the Razor. It was a blast! I'm 44 yo and 185-190 pounds (depending on my last meal) and it has held up under me just fine. I'm not too easy on it either. It folds up easily and we can fit it in the back of the subaru no trouble at all. I'll be getting another one for my wife and our 3 yo son.