The Razor was my daughter’s first scooter. To say she loves her Razor scooter is an understatement. When the school allowed the kids to store their scooters at school, she insisted on riding it every day. Of course as she got older and more proficient at riding the scooter, she tried to do tricks, simple tricks really, just trying to get the scooter to jump up and stay on it.
When Razor asked us to review the Razor Pro X Scooter
, I said sure but wasn’t really sure what would be so different about the scooter versus the original Razor Scooter. Wrong!! I had no idea that The Razor Pro X Scooter
is used by Team Razor riders to pull off huge tricks, features lightweight and super-tough aluminum construction. As a result, it’s the ideal scooter for tricks, as it’s ready for all kinds of use and abuse.
Since my daughter is the reviewer. She definitely liked that the scooter was super lightweight, easy to ride and super quick. She hasn’t tried any major tricks but thinks doing her itty bitty jumps is a bit easier. I like that the aluminum makes bumping into my ankles not so painful and is easy to carry. This scooter is definitely for older kids and is recommended for ages 8 and older and will support riders up to 220 pounds.
And just in case you are in the market for a helmut, check out the Razor V-17 Youth Multi-Sport Helmet (Black Gloss)
seen on my daughter. The Razor V- 17 youth multi-sport helmet is ideal for biking, skating, or any other sport that requires protective headgear. It comes equipped with ergonomic padding to keep the rider comfortable, along with 17 vents along the top and sides to guarantee a cool head. The side release buckles make it a breeze for my daughter to adjust and fasten the helmet. Of course we both like the styling of the black glossy helmut. If you have to wear a helmut, you might as well as look good doing it.
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