Razor PowerWing Caster Scooter (Sweet Pea)

December 6, 2013 - Comment

Cruise through town with confidence with the Razor PowerWing Sweet Pea Scooter for girls, a sleek and stylish trick scooter that powers itself. The PowerWing sports a pair of rear caster wheels on a double-wing platform, along with a 125 mm front wheel with a patent-pending brake system. The rear caster wheels are what make

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Cruise through town with confidence with the Razor PowerWing Sweet Pea Scooter for girls, a sleek and stylish trick scooter that powers itself. The PowerWing sports a pair of rear caster wheels on a double-wing platform, along with a 125 mm front wheel with a patent-pending brake system. The rear caster wheels are what make the PowerWing tick, propelling the scooter with a simple twist of the feet. Thanks to the unique design, it’s easy to steer the PowerWing around tight corners or perform kick-outs, side drifts, spin-outs, and other tricks. You’ll be delighted with the maneuverability of the PowerWing, while your friends will be astounded at its virtually unlimited trick potential. Other details include a sturdy steel frame, loop-out stoppers for better control.Cruise through town with confidence with the Razor PowerWing caster scooter, a sleek and stylish trick scooter that powers itself. The PowerWing sports a pair of rear caster wheels on a double-wing platform, along with a 125mm front wheel with a patent-pending brake system. The rear caster wheels are what make the PowerWing tick, propelling the scooter with a simple twist of the feet. Thanks to the unique design, it’s easy to steer the PowerWing around tight corners or perform kick-outs, side drifts, spin-outs, and other tricks. Made just for girls, this Sweet Pea version of the PowerWing comes in a bright metallic pink color.

Just move your body side to side to get the Razor PowerWing moving. You’ll be delighted with the maneuverability of the PowerWing, while your friends will be astounded at its virtually unlimited trick potential. Other details include a sturdy steel frame, loop-out stoppers for better control, and a weight limit of 143 pounds. Suitable for ages 5 and older, the PowerWing measures 30 by 22 by 31.5 inches (WxHxD).

Key Features: For ages 5 and older 143-pound weight limit Measures 32 by 35 by 22 inches (W x H x D) Rear caster wheels 125mm polyurethane front wheel High-performance ABEC-5 bearings Patent pending brake system Steel frame Loop-out stoppers

The buyer and rider of the PowerWing scooter are responsible for knowing and obeying all local, state, and federal regulations regarding the riding and use of this scooter (a helmet, elbow pads, and kneepads are recommended).

Product Features

  • Fun trick scooter with pair of rear caster wheels that propel scooter with a twist of the feet
  • Dressed up in muted metallic pink just for girls
  • Ideal for performing kick-outs, side drifts, and spin-outs
  • Durable steel frame; 125mm polyurethane front wheel with hand brake
  • For ages 5 and older, 143-pound maximum weight limit

Comments

suso903 "mom of 2" says:

For the money, a very fun scooter for a young child. My daughter is eleven, and this scooter fits her now, but it won’t in a few months, as the handlebars do not adjust (c’mon Razor! Why not?). She is in love with this thing, and I find it so fun myself that I went ahead and bought myself a Trikke scooter in my own size. I anticipate this PowerWing being passed to a younger cousin before the school term is up, but for now it is a favorite item. My daughter is having a blast.Warning: This takes some practice. But once kids get going, it’s quite fast, and if you live around hills, please make sure your kids have helmets and pads on, as accidents are common. Turning needs to be done carefully!We bought this scooter on sale. At its regular price, I would complain mightily about the lack of adjustable handlebars, which they really should have, and about a general lack of sturdiness. Smaller kids probably won’t stress this so much, but bigger kids will easily bust this thing up in no time. The “wings” where the feet…

Robert W. Jones says:

Great Birthday Present I purchased the Powerwing DLX for my 9-year old son. It was easy to assemble and works perfectly. My son learned how to ride the Powerwing within a couple of minutes and was spinning and coasting around the driveway in no time. The 143 pound weight limit means both his older brother and sister (but not Dad) can ride the Powerwing as well. Works as a great substitute for children too young to ride a RipStick. The safety pads on the rear of the scooter keep the rider from flipping over as they learn how to ride. The handle brake is a nice feature as well.

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