The GKS is a simple yet beautiful design and features no external cables, a light weight shell, and a simple yet beautiful design. They have a variety of color options for boys and girls. The Segway Ninebot MAX can reach 18 with a 350W motor. Travel up to 40 mph. max load is 220 lbs. Their battery management system assures the battery safety and extends the battery life. The portable folding design is easy to use. The Ninebot MAX can be folded in 3 seconds. You can carry it on public transportation, store it in your car, or both. The mechanical and electrical Anti-Lock braking system ensure safe riding. Even on rough surfaces and speed bumps, the front and rear wheel shock absorbers have self-healing 10-inch pneumatic tires. Superior Technology: With the mobile app, the cruise control, the select riding modes, and the LED display, it's Innovative and Superior Technology. Only one cord is used for fast charging. Ninebot Kickscooter MAX by Segway is the most powerful and sturdy electric scooter. Refer to the product details below for more information on different parts. The brake style is Rear Braking.
👤You will never get to 40 miles on one battery. In the middle mode, I got 21 miles. The max speed is only true when the battery is over 80% charged. You're doing 13 mph in sport mode when it slows down to 30%. Don't believe it when Segway says it is normal. That is a lie. I have a Segway scooter that has a 25% battery. I don't like companies being able to lie and get away with it.
👤It gets the job done and is enjoyable. I've taken it around the neighborhood. It is a real head turner and makes you smile quickly. Ringing the bell at pedestrians is very satisfying. I think it expresses superiority. It does fit in the trunk of my car without any problems, despite its large size.
👤I have put almost 100 miles on the scooter and I have more information. I carry a lot of weight in my groceries with the help of my handlebars. About 30 pounds. The weight won't affect your steering if you get it centered. The speed restriction is the biggest annoyance to date. The speed goes up to 16. You can feel it even though it doesn't sound like much. I wish you could just use the extra battery. Even if I only go 4 or 5 miles, I have to charge it every single day. I wish I could keep top speed at zero because I hate the effect on the battery. I have taken this everywhere without a car. I had it in front of my seat to see Star Wars when I rode it to the movie theater. I don't mind going 6 or 7 miles in one direction. It is fast and responsive. I have a set of regenerative brakes that are set to the max so I don't have to use the hand brake as much. Since people don't pay attention to cars, going 18 mph puts you at a lot of risk. Minor improvements to the scooter would make it even better. If they would let it, software updates could fix the speed restriction. I am loving this scooter. There are many good things about it. I bought it to travel around the city so I wouldn't have to buy another car with all its costs. I will be driving this 1 mile everyday to and from work, to the grocery stores, and to events. I will give an initial list of things I like and I will add to it in a week or so. Great range! The tires absorb a lot of the road impact, the grip in rain is good, and it's easy to use. There were no problems or lack of control. The charge is fast. Love that. It doesn't require you to carry a brick to charge. The cable is integrated inside. The secondary locking mechanism is cheap plastic. I broke it the first time I tried to lower it. It was a good thing it didn't do much, but it's so low quality that it's useless. The rear light is small and low.
The rear wheel drive has increased traction and control. This is not an electric scooter. 12 inch air filled bike style tires, rides over bumps on paved and non paved surfaces, riding around the neighborhood or urban cruising. BMX bike style handle bars and hand brakes are easy to stop and build confidence in. The wide foot deck makes it easy to balance and stable while coasting. It looks like a bike, but it's not inline skate wheel scooters. If you want to grind a side walk on the way to the park, you need the 2 axle pegs. The deck is 33" high at the handle bar and 48" long from wheel to wheel.
👤Make sure that you have all the necessary tools and the right amount of time to take it to a bike shop for assembly before you order this scooter. If it is not assembled correctly, your child's life may be at risk if they use it on Public Street. There are tools needed. The Allen wrench has a 6mm diameter. A box end wrench or sockets 3. Utility knife or cable cutter. There is an air pump or compressor. I paid for this scooter myself and was not compensated in any way for the review. It is larger than a kick scooter. It can handle riders of over 150 lbs. It is too big for a child under the age of 7. The box says age 8+. I have to put the rear seat down to get it in a standard car because there is no folding provision. It glides over most bumps, cracks, andIrregularities because it has nice 12” wheels. The storm drain covers are still dangerous. The packaging was good. The box said that it shouldn't be placed on its side and didn't show any signs of being damaged. The scooter had all the parts in a box and it was difficult to pull them out. I used wire scissors to cut off zip ties and remove paper and plastic from the parts. The wheels are not flat. There will be an air pump needed. The chuck on the valve stem would not fit between the hub and rim if the hand pump that holds it wasn't able to fit between the hub and rim. I needed to use my compressor. If your bike pump doesn't fit, take the wheels to a service station for air before attaching them to the frame The construction quality is comparable to that produced in China. The rear brake pads were tightened out of alignment. The brake pads are likely to be adjusted. The brake cable ferrules are not crimped correctly and will fall off. Put a drop of super glue in it, tap it in place, wrap the wire end in electrical tape, or use a short piece of shrink tube on the end. The handlebars aren't attached. You will need to position the handlebars. I was able to do this with one hand, but a second person would make it easier. The handlebars need to be tightened and the cables need to be attached. There are two cables on the right for the rear brake and one on the left for the left brake handle. It's not difficult to adjust the brakes, just take your time. 1. The cable is at the rear calipers. 2. Route the cables from the right brake lever to the upper cable stop. 3. The beaded end should be slid sideways into the detangler if you screw the barrel adjusters all the way into the upper cable stop. 4. Pull the brake cable from the calipers if the rear brake calipers are closed. 5. The cable clamp nut needs to be tightened. 6. The wheel will turn freely and stop easily if the brakes are adjusted at the calipers, lever and detangler. The front brakes, 1. The cable is at the front calipers 2. Push the cable up into the head tube to reach the brake lever. 3. Align the slots in the barrel adjuster, nut and break lever with the help of a screw. 4. Feed the cable into the slot on the barrel adjuster by opening the round opening under the break lever. 5. The barrel should be turned 12 turn. 6. Pull the cable tight if the front brake calipers are closed. 7. The nut for the caliper cable is 8. The front wheel will turn freely and stop easily if the brake lever is engaged. The assembly took 40 minutes from the time the box arrived. I provided detailed instructions on how to assemble the scooter so that potential buyers can make an informed decision. My daughter had a scooter. She was gauged to gauge her interest and ability. She didn't use her scooter much until she was seven. She has worn it out in the past 3 months. This is not a review of that scooter. She couldn't keep up with her friends and small bumps caused her to fall and she was afraid of the streets in our neighborhood. She can keep up with her friends now that she has the mongoose. The kids prefer her scooter over any other brand. My daughter says it is a solid 5 and I gave it a five because she is the one who rides it every day. I removed the axel pegs from the rear of the vehicle after she hit them with her ankle on her first test ride. I am not sure if I will keep them on or not after I reattached them.
The control switch and bike horn are separated. You can put the control switch next to your thumb to keep your hand on the bar when you press it. It's important to keep it safe. The Razor Power Core in-wheel hub motor has a twist of the throttle. A kick-to-start, 100 watt, high- Torque hub motor with no alignment, chain or belt, for a maintenance-free ride, is powered by a kick-to-start, 100 watt, high- Torque hub motor. 50% more ride time is provided by the 24V (two 12V) sealed lead-acid battery system than the Razor E 100. The aluminum deck and all-steel frame and fork are rugged enough for use. Pneumatic front tire and airless, flat-free rear tire offer a smooth ride.
👤Our boys love the red and two blues that we bought for them. The battery lasts for a long time and can hold up to the rides that these boys go on. They are sturdy and worth the money. Assembly was good. If our boys ride these every day, it would probably take 6-7 days a week. Highly recommended!
👤I bought two razor electric scooters for my kids birthdays last summer, one for my sun and the other for my daughter, my sons worked for about a week and just stopped working, I called and they sent replacement parts for everything. It will not work. If the most recent part didn't fix the problem, they would send me a new scooter. I don't want the same scooter and have the same problems all over again, so I haven't called. Maybe it was just this scooter. I am not taking any chances on another one.
👤I gave this to my son for his birthday, and he loved it. It charges quickly. It's not difficult to figure it out. There are safety measures in place to prevent wrecks. It works well in hilly areas and is easy to maneuver. I recommend purchasing this product.
👤We bought one for my grandson. He loved it and rode it daily. Fast forward. I got a new one for my other grandson. No hand me down. The new one is a lemon. It's really bad. Didn't work right, had the wrong charge, etc. It was just a dud. We had a great one, so I gave two stars instead of one. I wish the consistency was there. You will have a happy child if you get a working one. If you get a faulty unit.
👤My son is a fan of XMas. He and his friends love them. They are so loud that I have only one complaint. We saw how quiet the ones sold by Costco were.
👤It is very easy to assemble. The motor must start if you get it going to about 3 mph. It would take off on you, so I think it is a safer thing.
👤It's good that the scooter has Torque, but the throttle may be a 100% on and off button. It is notnecesarily stable to ride in turns. We have a lot of electric toys, but this just doesn't make sense. This was not a good idea for my son as he was the first to ride a scooter. It's ok when you're at speed. I would have returned the scooter if my son had scratched it on his first try.
👤The speed goes from zero to 11 mph when it reaches 3mph. My son was on the scooter. I tried it and thought it might increase, but it starts at 11mph. I was about to fall backwards. The reset button kept tripping as this scooter was very dangerous. I am happy my son is okay and doesn't have to go to the emergency room on Christmas Day. I hope it gets recalled, because I returned it without spending another second on it. Terrible.
There is a display with light. The scooter has a display that shows current speed, speed mode, battery life, headlight and cruise control indicators. Charging time can take 3-6 hours and can support weight up to 260 lbs. The steep hills are easy to tackle. The universal attachment that fits most hoverboards is ready to go. Attach the JetKart 2.0 to your hoverboard with the help of the brackets and straps, and you are off to the races. Cut corners and zoom around with complete control using the easy steer handles and rubber grips. Just about anyone can take a ride on the foot rest, which is adjusted to accommodate most heights.
👤There are a few issues with this item. We bought two units for the kids. The unit had a strap that was missing. I bought additional straps from Amazon instead of contacting the seller because they were unresponsive and it was less hassle. One unit wouldn't make proper contact with the foot pads after we acquired the straps. The brackets had to be changed. When we adjusted the length of the footrest, the plastic bushing on the slide rails of the foot rest broke and fell out. After the units were up and running, the straps came apart. I bought extras when I purchased straps. The front wheels on both units shake like J-Lo and Shakira during the Superbowl Halftime show. There is a lot of movement in the bearing. We chose this over other models as it looked a little sturdier than other's.
👤Someone from the company could help me replace the seat that broke immediately. When I got my parts bag, it had already been ripped open. I realized that one of the seat screws was missing. The chair broke when my son weighed less than 60 lbs. It's made from the cheapest plastic I've ever seen. I don't think I would recommend it to anyone else.
👤There are two kids and 8 and 9 years old. I used a metal band to attach the straps to the hover board. The front wheel bearings are loose.
👤If you are aware that the GoTrax and probably others won't turn on with weight on the foot pads, it works great. We worked for hours trying to use the device and called customer service to try to get it to turn on. They were not helpful. After realizing the problem, picked up the cart by the seat and put it on the wheels. It works great now. Hope this helps someone.
👤You would think it would work out of the box, since I used it with a Jetson hoverboard. No. It did not work at all until I found a comment saying you have to put padding under the kart so it presses the buttons on the hoverboard or nothing will work. I think the manufacturer should have known. I used cardboard because there was no way to do it elegantly. The front wheel is trying to wiggle itself off the kart at any speed. Going with a Jetson branded kart would mean better quality. Get the no-name brand and you won't have to deal with it.
👤I will keep it short. The handles on the seat were bent upon arrival. The 2 forks that run from under the seat to the footrests were not welded evenly. The hoverboard did not engage due to the weight distribution not being allowed. I stuffed a few pieces of cardboard onto the unbalanced side and it worked for a short time, but now the hoverboard wants to spin in a circle all the time. Don't waste your money.
👤My son likes his JetKart. The fact that the straps on the JetKart are too short to actually hold the hoverboard makes no sense to me. It should be delivered with long straps to hold it in. My second complaint would be that even though we tried to adjust the width to hold the hoverboard in, it still has a gangsta lean. My son enjoys this product and rides with his friend around the neighborhood. The JetKart is strong enough for a parent to try it out.
The Jetson Twin Scooter has front brakes. The kick scooter has a design that allows it to grow with your child so they can enjoy it for longer. There are 4 height options for ages 3 to 14. The Led wheels on the kids scooter are bright enough to see during the day and are really neat at night. No batteries needed! Your kids go faster. Lean-to-Steer technology and lightweight make it easy to turn and stop. Control turning and balance can be achieved by your child's physical incline. The rear-wheel foot brake is large and easy to stop. The 3 wheel scooter has a non-slip deck, 3 pu high-rebound wheels, and abec-7 bearings, which make the children scooter glide stably, smoothly and quietly. They can ride all day long if they have an extra level of safety and comfort. The deck is durable and wide. The toddler scooter is sturdy enough to hold up to 120 pounds. The deck is easy for little kids to hop on and off on. Kids can switch from pushing to enjoying the ride if the deck is large enough.
👤The first scooter we purchased was too small for our 6yo and wouldn't work for us. This one is even better than we had hoped for. The break works well and our daughter loves it. The only thing that could be improved is the lights on the wheels. I am not sure if they are speed or pressure dependent, but they work. The spare screws are really nice, and I know we will get a few good years of use out of it.
👤I bought this for my daughter. I got her one of her own after she rode one at a neighborhood block party that she loved. The materials and build are very high quality. I am easily put off by cheap, flimsy products. The scooter is built to last. It was assembled while drinking Dos XX and chardonnay. Didn't need to reference the instructions. A chimp could do this. A racoon could assemble it. I'm not going to give it to my girl at her birthday party until I take it around the block myself.
👤I ordered this for my 8 year old, who suddenly wanted a scooter. He likes blue. It is not fancy in looks. We added some of his favorite Spider-Man stickers to it. It took 60 seconds to put it together and get it to the right height for my son. The handles have great grips and I like them. This scooter can grow with him. It goes to 34” from the platform. The back has 2 wheels with a great foot break. The platform is nonskid which is a great safety feature. It's also wide, which is great for putting both feet on. There is a satisfaction guarantee for 12 months. This is a product that the company is proud of. I feel confident that if I have any issues I will be able to resolve them. There is a coupon for a helmet. My son comes home from school every day wanting to ride his scooter. He maneuvers it well for an 8 year old. I am very happy with this.
👤This item was bought as a gift for a 3 year old's birthday and assembled before being given it. The front wheels didn't light up as advertised. They offered to send me new wheels after I contacted the company. I would give the gift and then have to tell you that you'll get to change your wheels in a week, good luck. I decided to give the gift as it was, not operating as it should. I felt like I was giving them a broken toy. I feel like I wasted time and money. The scooter arrived with a card offering buyers a free back pack in exchange for a positive review, so keep that in mind when reading other good reviews. I was surprised that you lean to steer the scooter, the handlebars don't turn.
👤I bought two scooters, one in pink and the other in blue. My 5yo uses the pink one in the video. She rides it to and from school every day. We've taken a few trips up the street just before bed because they love how the wheels light up. It took them a while to get used to riding, but it's easy to steer, and now they're very fast. They will be able to use it for a while because of the handle's flexibility. The handle covers slide off the handlebars, which is annoying, so I gave it 4 stars instead of 5. It should have been secured with a better fit since my kid is steering and holding onto it. I don't have a problem with the blue one.
Extra-wide deck to accommodate both feet. The wheels are 120mm/80mm and have 2 at the front and 2 at the back. Each time you twist the throttle, the blue LEDs on the deck light up. The motor is powered by a 100 watt, high-torque, single-speed, chain-driven motor. Up to 40 minutes of continuous use is provided by the 24V and 12V sealed-lead-acid battery system. The air-filled front tire helps make the ride smooth. The frame and fork are all-steel for a sturdy ride.
👤I bought the scooters for the boys. I followed the directions and recommendations of other reviewers and charged them 24 hours later. On the big day, the boys unwrapped them and jumped on them. The batteries died after 30 minutes. We tried to charge them, but they wouldn't take a charge. The batteries were all over the place when the scope was put on them by the dad, which means they are not good. They have to be charged once a month, after reading the instructions, if they are used or not. I'm not sure what that's about, I'm sure these scooters have been sitting around for a while before I bought them. Since the instructions say to contact Razor, not where purchased from, any repairs or replacements will be calling them. Once I speak them, I will review again.
👤Not what I was expecting. We thought it would allow you to turn, but it's made for full throttle strait-aways. You have to turn and release the gripb, it comes to a stop, then you have to squeeze the throttle again. He said I would save my money for a better one, for my 9 year old and 12 year old. My 9 year old loves it. The other brothers gave it a rating of 2. It is not shabby for the price. All in all. I give it a 3 out of 5. Don't buy it, I don't want to say that. It is a razor, it is cool. I am happy it only goes 10 mph. I would be afraid of it going faster. You don't just pull the throttle and stand on it. You have to peddle to get the wheels going. That is the reason I give it a 2 out of 5. I would have spent more money on another one if I knew this.
👤I got this for my 7 year old for her birthday and she absolutely loves it. It lights up at night and people can see her riding at night around the campground and at home. The battery lasts a long time and it goes fast. The reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because the handlebars will loosen up after a while and you won't be aligned with the front tire. It's a simple fix, but I have had to re-tighten it multiple times after she rides it because it's just kind of a pain. It's been great. After a year, this scooter decided to stop working. Since we have 6 months of winter in Michigan, it's not like it was used everyday. It was used a lot in the summer and fall. I'm not sure what went wrong. When my daughter takes it off, it no longer goes into automatic mode. She has to ride it manually all the time. The green light says it's charged, but it won't go anywhere. I had a 2 year warranty plan and they paid off my debt. The extended warranty package got 5 stars and the scooter got 2 stars.
It would be the best gift for your boys and girls because of its higher weight capacity and lighter materials. SMOOTH RATING: The extra-large Pu casted 8” wheels and upgraded anti-shock suspension on the Skidee scooters give a smooth ride and are a shock absorber for bumps along the road. Their scooters are meant to grow with you at every stage, whether it's for a kid learning how to ride, a teen growing in years, or an adult looking for a faster and easier way to get from place to place. The height of the handlebars can be adjusted from 31.5” to 41” depending on your preference. The vehicle has a weight capacity of 220 lbs and is perfect for transportation. The best in-class portability. The scooter's design makes it easy to carry from place to place, as it folds into a small compact size. The scooter has a foldable handlebar that is 10 lbs lighter and allows for a portable vehicle. It's easy to sling across your shoulder with a handy carry strap. A hit with everyone, these scooters are a joy for everyone. You are sure to please your daughter and son with the six eye-catching colors. Black & Gold; Black & Red; Black & Silver; White & Black; Aqua; Deep Space; Queen; Speed; Street Art; adventure and battle are available. It's sure to be a hit with anyone you give it to. The perfect present. It's a great gift to give to a loved one. This will be a great present for anyone who is 7 years old or older. The scooter is wrapped in a stylish box for extra pizazz as well as a maintenance kit to keep it in top shape.
👤Our 9 year old is getting a scooter. It is sturdy and has a smooth ride. It was covered in automatic weapons, which made me very disappointed. I was shocked to see the weapons and rifles in the box. I chose it because it was green and I am not happy with the weapons. I must have missed it if it was labeled that way. I think you should be aware that this is covered with weapons.
👤I bought this as a gift for someone else, but when I saw it, I decided to leave it for myself. I'm happy I did because my childhood dreams came true. I've been riding this baby around my house and it's fun even though it's been cold and rainy. I can't wait to get outside with it. The second height level is perfect for my frame. It is easy to fold and unfold. The brake seems to be responsive after being tested at low speed. The little kickstand is great because I'm above dumping my scooter on it's side in the grass. The larger wheels on this are great because they give a smooth ride, and I'm not into getting tiny wheels stuck in cracks, so I'm not planning on doing any rad tricks. I'm looking forward to embarrassing my son as I ride my scooter around the neighborhood.
👤I bought the SKIDEE X3M foldable scooter for my son's 10th birthday gift after many hours of research and comparison. It fits him on the lowest and second lowest handlebars. The foldable Scooter has good handlebars and folds and unfolds very well. The shock absorbers are a top priority because of the rough sidewalks. If you've been riding a shockless scooter, it will take some getting used to because the scooter will sink when you first step on it. It stays stable once you're on the deck. This scooter is 13 1/2 feet long by 5 1/2 feet wide and has a deck. This is larger than most and allows the rider to stand with both feet side by side. The handlebar height adjustment range is excellent, allowing people to grow into this scooter. The kickstand works well. The SKIDEE has a folding hinge and a great clamping system for the handlebars. There isn't any rattling after adjusting each of the clamps with the provided tool. The stability is worth the slight increase in weight. Before your first ride, I recommend you tighten all the bolts and check them periodically to make sure they are not loose. The brake appears to have been designed thoughtfully. It covers the wheel better on the longer side. It also has a rear light. The carry strap on the scooter has built-in loops to attach it, instead of having to add on separate strap holders. If you send a picture of someone riding a scooter on social media, SKIDEE will give you a scooter carry bag with information inside. Also. There is a The scooter's handlebars are narrow, which is one of the drawbacks. The leverage a rider has turning the scooter is not a deal-breaker. The build quality looks good. This isn't a high-end bike and the edges of the metal could be a bit more polished. I wasn't expecting anything. There are scratches on the black paint that shouldn't be there and that's why I rated this scooter 4 stars instead of 5. The packaging seems to be designed to prevent this, yet the scooter got scratched somewhere in the process. It will be easy to get it up, but it should have been perfect. The SKIDEE foldable Scooter has 8 inch wheels and Anti-Shock Suspension. It has the best balance of quality, features, and size for our needs. Their website is the most useful of the manufactures and includes direct links to purchase spare parts when the time comes.
The Ninebot S is durable and sturdy. If you have a problem, please contact them at technicalsupport@segway. A soft padded seat and wide bamboo deck make for a comfortable ride. SMOOTH HANDLING is provided by air-filled 16" tires. The hand brake and hand throttle are comfortable. The luggage rack and basket can be used to tote your groceries, books, or bags. A 500- watt, chain-driven motor has a max speed of 29 km/h and a range of up to 19 km. The rear-wheel drive shifts weight to the rear, enhancing both drive traction and ease of steering.
👤The battery died in 85 days and was found out of the 90-day return window. No one followed up. Oh, Ah!
👤I was not sure what to expect. I've seen many reviews of videos on the internet. The weight is my only critique. It is heavy. If you have to carry it up the stairs every time you use it, I don't recommend it. The parts are readily available from local bike shops. They are standard bike parts. Powerful enough for most use. It's fast enough to get around the city streets. The top speed is 18mph. On a good day, 21mph on a level street is very heavy. It's about 80 lbs. I wish the range was longer. You can get around 10 miles average range for this E scooter, but it takes longer to charge than you would like. Don't trust it most of the time. Did I mention it is heavy? I strongly recommend this scooter. It is not the best looking or the fastest, but it does get the job done. I plan to upgrade the battery to lithium in the near future. It will add more range, less weight, and faster top speed. I hope this review helps you. Have fun!
👤I learned a lesson when I didn't read reviews. Everything seemed to be fine when the product arrived. We put the gift together so the kids could play with it. Everything worked well after we followed all the directions. We plugged it in when it was done. The scooter didn't respond when we went to ride it two days later. We plugged the charge in correctly and charged it up again. Nothing. We had to repack the heavy scooter and exchange it for a lighter one. This is something that happens often and the only thing that was offered was a refund. We were told to take it to a store that would ship it. No way that was happening. The box is large. They agreed to have the delivery company pick it up. We received our money. I wouldn't want someone else to go through the same thing. I want you to understand the risk before you buy.
👤72 years old and learning new things. This razor is what I needed for taking along with me when I go camping or just getting around my neighborhood. I'm about 142 pounds. The one thing that caught me by surprise was the speed at which it accelerated when first taking off, as this razor has a lot of power, so it's important to keep the knob on the handle slow. We camp a lot and find our old legs can't power a regular bike with many gears. The razor has made a huge difference in that regard, and we turn heads when we answer questions about its cost and power. The weight is a big deal for us as we have to load and unload. The Ford Explorer is perfect for the Razor. The Razor doesn't fit in the back of the Honda CRV we tried to fit it in. The two Allen screws that hold the handle bar on help the Razor to fit better in the back of our explorer and gives us more room to fit another bike in with the Razor for travel. The Razor isn't light in weight so it's heavy to carry. It takes two people to do this task. We saved for a second one for my husband because we were so happy with the Razor. Before I bought this Razor, I had to read every review and it came out ahead in power, cost and reliability. The extra two year warranty was a personal choice for me. I received my Razor on July 5th after purchasing it on July 1st. I waited until now to give it a review because I wanted to make sure my review was based on more time used than other reviews I've read. I was very excited to ride my new Razor. I took my first ride after charging it for three hours. I was sold. All my neighbors had questions about it. I was very proud to answer all of them. My Dad gave it a try. He is 5'10 and 170 lbs. We didn't adjust the seat or bar height for him. The razor pulled him with ease and he had no problem with it. When I climbed the small hills around camp, my indicator light showed me a low battery, but I went back to show him a good charge after the road straightened out. After that charge, I gave that Ohio hill another try and this time it was perfect. I put the trash in the basket on the back and take it to the dumpster. I keep my cell phone there as well. The roads in the campgrounds have been paved. One of our side streets was being resurfaced. I challenged the scooter to those bumpy road tests and it was still great, a tad bumpy but good. The wide tires and nice seat made a big difference for me. Everyone wants to know how fast it will go. It was fast enough for me. A lot of quality is found in this scooter. The directions indicate easy assembly. Hope this helps.
The kick scooter with top-quality aluminum alloy frame is lightweight yet strong for maximum support up to 330 lbs. The rubber handlebars have a comfortable grip and hold. The BMX Vintage Scooter is a stylish, authentic design with retro-inspired touches. This scooter is perfect for kids, teens, and all the lovers of ’80s and ’90s BMX. The smooth ride is guaranteed by two 12-inch mag wheels with air-filled tires, which absorb little bumps and give you minimal rolling resistance. The old school BMX feel with front and rear hand-operated caliper brakes is enjoyed. An extra-large deck with full surface grip tape will prevent slipping and sliding.
👤My daughter likes the scooter. It is an easy ride. The parents had an issue with it taking 2 exchanges before we received a unit with all the pieces.
👤It's not terrible for the price, but if you pay for something brand new, it comes with the necessary components to assemble it. Brake adjustments are not as simple as on most bicycles, but they are not as expensive. My son likes it. I wouldn't buy it again if it counted.
👤The scooter was dirty and missing screws. If it was open, use it and put it inside again. I was really disappointed with this.
👤They skimped on the brakes a bit for this price, and you can't really expect quality components. These are very basic rim brakes, and they take some tuning to get them set up. This is a good deal for a sturdy scooter. I paid $85 for a Razor with 8-inch wheels because they were a bit difficult for a heavier adult. The pneumatic wheels are much better than the pneumatic wheels, they roll right over cracks and rocks, and are easier to ride on the knees. When I look at a price tag over $100, it may seem high. I think I can get a whole bike at the box store. The pneumatic wheel upgrade is worth it. It's very versatile and can be used for cruising, light commute, bike trails, even stunts. I've tried a lot of generic kick scooters from China, but none of them hold up to Razor quality. The Chinese brands offer a lot of things, but they don't matter when the scooter shakes apart at high speeds. Some of the ones I ordered were not installed correctly. It's ridiculous for a kick scooter to need constant tune-ups. If you can afford it, go with the name brand.
👤My children are called Razor-Kids. Ages 6 and 8. They blast out of the house on their bikes or scooters to have fun. I was going to test this scooter. The flashback is more of a cruiser than our other scooters with smaller wheels and turn-on-a-dime performance. The scooter can handle bumps and debris that would cause a rider to fall off. All the tools you'll need are included in the box. If you have a handy set of sockets, you can make the assembly process much easier. You can use what came in the box. Installation of the front stem is one of the major assembly items. The component count is manageable and Razor included good instructions. Ensuring that the handbrakes are working and applying enough grip to stop the scooter is the last major assembly item. It's pretty easy, even though we did have to modify our scooter. My wife and I love the look and design of this scooter. It's probably more than our kids. Our kids have so many options that they don't like the fact that the flashback is a bit boring. The weight cap on the flashback is 220 lbs so my wife and I can handle adults. I love this scooter. The ride on our scooters is smooth and silky. The flashback can handle bumps and rocks. The deck is large enough to hold adult-sized feet with room to spare. The flashback is a big, loud, and loud thing that says look at me world. I've made it. Maybe not that last part. It is a top-quality scooter. Get it now.
Pneumatic front tire and airless, flat-free rear tire offer a smooth ride. High density durable aluminum alloy and precision technology have strong security. The maximum rider weight is 220 lbs. It's a good experience for adults and children. The high of the steering column can be adjusted to fit the width of the vehicle. Two extra-large PU Wheels, 230mm front wheel and 205mm rear wheel, will provide a feeling of gliding for adults and children. The deck is reinforced to make sure it rides stably on Plain/Bumpy/Rough Road. The Easy-Folding has a kickstand that makes it convenient to carry and storage anywhere. The best adult-rider scooter to fill your needs as a city/school/ travel commute is the Pacjoy. It provides a fast and comfortable ride when you commute or go to school. It has higher performance in a number of areas. They are dedicated to providing the product of high-quality and affordable price for their customers. They will supply you the best after-service if you have a quality problem.
👤The purchase of the Adult Big Wheel Kick Scooter by me has exceeded my expectations by a mile. The boxes are well-boxed. Instructions and allen wrench included. The construction is solid. The component is strong. The front and back wheels have their own suspension. Large wheels. A kickstand. There is an anti-skid foot surface. The height of the handlebars is adjusted quickly with a quick release. The rear brake is very good. You won't have much use for the different sized allen wrenches once you set your preferences on the scooter. It folds up in seconds. Is light and can be carried. There were no cons. The scooter is well constructed and solid. Everything of importance can be adjusted with a quick release. The frame is painted black and has blue highlights. The handlebars are tightened down with a quick release. I like the fact that the big wheels are made of rubber. The suspension on both front and back wheels makes it easy to ride over cobblestone streets. It is possible to use your rear foot to step on the wheel mudguard and slow the scooter down. The guard is large so you can easily get to it with your foot. The anti-skid material used for your feet is very strong. Another feature. I like that it's small footprint when not used. It folds up in about a second and is light enough to carry and hide. This scooter has a better ride than other scooters. The bigger wheels give a smooth ride. I absolutely love this scooter and would recommend it to anyone.
👤Like everything. I am a person named Skorterman. If one alternates their feet for pushoffs and 888-270-6611 Save mucho cuero! You will never hear that one before! I have been thrown back 70 years by this well-crafted joyrider.
👤It won't lock into place to ride. Just keeps collapsing. Don't waste your money on this.
👤It is fairly easy to fold, but you have to loosen the correct fastening first. It is stable but not smooth. The scooter can roll over large cracks and small pebbles without causing a nosedive. It's fun more than jogging. I can buy things like this now that I am an adult.
👤I was looking for a scooter. I can tag along with my son. The scooter is built to last. The framing is made of steel. I'm 180 lbs. It holds me in good stead. The scooter is assembled. It comes with tools that are handy when I want to adjust the wheel. The suspension on the front wheel makes the ride smooth and less bumpy. A nice scooter is over all this. Can't wait to try it in the park on a nice day.
The lightweight and strong alloy rims are very strong. The dirt quad is the perfect step up in size and adventure for older riders. The dimensions are 50.4" L x 28.7" W x 31.9" H. The maximum speed is up to 9 mph, the riders are 14 years old and up, and the weight limit is 220 lbs. A 500 watt motor with internal/Integral gear set and self-adjusting chain-driven powered the car. 36V sealed lead acid battery with quick change compartment and up to 68 minutes of continuous use. There is a front brush bar, a rear disc brake, and soft rubber grips. This is the perfect step up in size and adventure for older riders.
👤My girls have had power wheels from an early age and have gotten into the Razor series of battery power ride ons. At 10 years old, they stopped riding all of it. I was looking for a big surprise Christmas gift. It was expensive at $700 at the time. I was surprised by the size and weight of them when they showed up. They were heavy duty and seemed well made. There are lots of metal parts. It was very easy to put a handle bar on. Ride time has been great. At least an hour. That is a long time in their world. I ride well in the grass and hills. It feels like an upgrade over the other battery powered options. So far, durable. The steering linkage had 2 bolts come loose. Simple maintenance could keep that from happening. Some may have concerns. Yes, you can. I weigh in at 215 lbs. If you turn it sharp, I will ride it on 2 wheels. I haven't seen them do that yet, but my older daughter did scare her. We are on grass most of the time and I don't think helmets are needed there. It was a good purchase for us.
👤As our daughter grew her old razor, we got her a quad. I knew exactly when the 2 charming guys were going to come so I called ahead to let them know. Unboxing was easy. Lift the box with the 4 wrapping straps. There was very little trash. 99% of the material was recycled cardboard. Nice! Is it an assembly? It was easy to attach the handlebars. Setting the angle to my daughter's preference took 4 minutes. The quad was ready to test. My daughter yelled and yelled as she opened the throttle. An 11 year old is cursing at his mom. Yes. As they zip around, it's pure joy! The quad can handle adults. It worked just as well for me as it did for my daughter. They lose their ability to hold the same charge over time if they get a spare battery. There is no rush. The smaller version took 4 years to be replaced. This quad is for sale. The online reviews are good. If they let you on it, your kid will have fun.
👤The quad was only used for a short time. A loud clacking noise would not go away. I had to repeat the whole story to a different person every time I called the insurer. I was told to get a hold of them again or I would have to start over again. I sent an email to them and they said that the part was not available and that they would contact me when it came in. I gave the item to my grandson in the middle of May after I purchased it in March. He only used it once a week. I wonder how long it will take and what part they will send. Still waiting. They sent them online to copy the part after a call. The motor was brand new. Now working well. It was pretty impressive that they knew this part made a loud clacking sound.
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