Razor Jr. Twisti Lil’ Buzz Scooter

November 15, 2015 - Comment

Razor Jr. Twisti Lil’ Buzz: Kids go buggy for Twisti. Even the littlest movers and shakers can ride. Kids simply have a seat, rest their feet and they’re off – moving they handlebars side to side to propel themselves. Twisti’s eyes follow along, moving back and forth for a real bug’s eye view. Promotes gross

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Razor Jr. Twisti Lil’ Buzz: Kids go buggy for Twisti. Even the littlest movers and shakers can ride. Kids simply have a seat, rest their feet and they’re off – moving they handlebars side to side to propel themselves. Twisti’s eyes follow along, moving back and forth for a real bug’s eye view. Promotes gross motor skill development. Features eyes that move as the handlebars turn, impact-resistant plastic frame, foam grips and polypropylene wheels. Recommended for ages 18 months and older and will support a rider up to 55 pounds. The buyer and rider of the Razor Jr. Twisti Lil’ Buzz are responsible for knowing and obeying all local, state and federal regulations regarding the riding and use of all Razor Jr. vehicles.

Product Features

  • Even the littlest movers and shakers can ride!
  • Promotes gross motor skill development as kids simply move the handlebars side to side to propel themselves
  • Twisti’s eyes that move as the handlebars turn
  • Features impact-resistant plastic frame, foam grips, and polypropylene wheels
  • Recommended for ages 18 months and up; supports riders up to 55 pounds

Comments

E619 says:

Only good for riders 18 months to 44lbs NOT up to 55lbs. Only to be fair I am giving it a 3. Amazon is advertising this for riders up to 55lbs. I just bought it as a Christmas gift for my little one that is 4 and weighs 40lbs, thinking he would get some good use out of it for a year or so. Now that it’s here it says in several places on the original packaging, from the manufacturer, it is for riders 18 months to 44lbs. It looks entirely too small for my son.

Eudora says:

My two year old granddaughter absolutely loves this! No … My two year old granddaughter absolutely loves this! No batteries, no motor power, just physical motion creates movement…how different and refreshing! She’s learning quickly how to use this ride.

DrostN says:

and my two older children actually wanted to keep it for themselves because they thought it looked like so much fun We bought this as a gift for a toddler, and my two older children actually wanted to keep it for themselves because they thought it looked like so much fun. My only issue with the Razor Jr. Twisti Scooter, is that the stickers on the eyes kept rolling up and getting stuck to the inside of the clear plastic eye casing, every time you moved the handles side to side; so you can only see part of the eye, and that gets further obstructed the more you turn one way or the other. It is possible that we simply received a defective product (unfortunately since it was a gift I didn’t have time to exchange it), but if this is actually a flaw in the design, I hope the manufacturer finds a way to remedy the issue.

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