Razor Jr. Folding Kiddie Kick Scooter (Blue)

December 5, 2013 - Comment

Razor Razor Jr. Folding Kiddie Kick Scooter: 23.25 in. L x 8.9 in. W x 12.5 in. H; Easy to control, 3 wheels with wide rear wheel base for maximum stability Impact resistant plastic body Weight Limit: 45 lbs. Weight: 10 lbs. Dimensions: 23.25 in. L x 8.9 in. W x 12.5 in. H Ages

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Razor Razor Jr. Folding Kiddie Kick Scooter: 23.25 in. L x 8.9 in. W x 12.5 in. H; Easy to control, 3 wheels with wide rear wheel base for maximum stability Impact resistant plastic body Weight Limit: 45 lbs. Weight: 10 lbs. Dimensions: 23.25 in. L x 8.9 in. W x 12.5 in. H Ages 3+Designed for new riders, this fun three-wheeled scooter offers great stability and balance for little ones still developing their coordination skills. It features a wide, slip-resistant polypropylene deck, 98mm wheels, and a newly designed folding mechanism that allows for compact storage. Soft foam grip handles allow for a comfortable grip while riding. Appropriate for riders ages two and older, this kick scooter is easy to assemble.

Key Features: For riders ages 2 and older 45-pound weight limit Three-wheeled design provides great stability Easy to control 98 mm urethane wheels Extra-wide, slip-resistant polypropylene deck Soft foam grip handles Quick and easy assembly

Product Features

  • Folding scooter for young children with impact-resistant plastic body
  • Wide, slip-resistant polypropylene deck and extra-wide rear wheel base
  • Easy-to-grip soft foam handles
  • Maximum rider weight of 45 pounds; designed for ages 3 and older

Comments

J. Otto says:

Perfect for a 2 year old Two weeks ago we got Razor A Kick scooters for my 6 year old daughter and four year old son. Needless to say my two year old son wanted to keep up with the older kids and this scooter is perfect. Overall it is smaller than the Razor A, but has a wider sturdier base. Granted it does not go fast, nor does it have the maneuverability of the older kids’ scooters, but my son is happy. He wanted his very own scooter and now he has it. There is no need for him to go fast or attempt to do any tricks. While the older kids are whizzing down the block he is right next to me putzing around, happy as can be. Also, my four year old will occasionally get off of his Razor A and get on the kiddie scooter. He can maneuver the kiddie scooter fine but doesn’t ride it for very long because it lacks speed and he has to constantly keep pushing off with his foot.Bottom line- It’s a great scooter for 2-3 year olds. If your child is 4 or older, and remotely coordinated, get the Razor A…

Jessica Nesseler-Cass says:

Don’t buy this one! The two wheel razor scooters are great. We own three of them. However this three wheel version just isn’t a good product. If you want a good scooter for a kids who is under 5, buy the Mini Micro (also called the Mini Kick). It’s fantastic! Stable. Fast. Easy to ride. I know 18 month old kids who cruise around the play ground fast. My 3 1/2 year old daughter has used hers every day for the last 18 months. The razor three wheel scooter is heavy, slow and unstable. The front frequently falls over and is difficult to steer. We had one and I got rid of it because it was making my child unhappy. Please don’t waste your money. Buy the Mini Micro, and then buy a two wheel razor when they turn 5. Then, when they’re 8, buy a Grow Ped.

jenvgrant says:

My four year old loves it! We were trying to decide between this and the Dora the Explorer scooter for Christmas. We finally decided to go with the Razor as it looked to be better built. It has been ridden on the street, the sidewalk, the kitchen floor and it has not had a single problem. It is quiet and solid and works as advertised. I was worried that it would be too difficult for a 4yr old to ride, but the 3rd wheel is just what she needed. This is a recent revision and includes a nifty feature: it folds up. My husband was quite happy with this. Eventually you will get to the bottom of the hill, the kid will not want to push it back up and you will be carrying it. This just makes it easier. Just a note: helmut is a MUST. They can really get some speed going and there is no good way to stop.

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