Micro Maxi Kick Scooter with T-bar

Micro Maxi Kick Scooter with T-bar

Please tighten handlebar clamp using supplied hex wrench before riding
Every part on the Maxi is replaceable– this allows it to last, virtually forever
The Maxi’s wheels are made of the highest quality PU which creates an incredibly smooth glide, perfect for Urban/Suburban pavements
The Maxi is the highest quality, best performing scooter for kids ages 5-12
Before riding – please tighten handlebar clamp to desired resistance using supplied tool

Specifications of Micro Maxi Kick Scooter with T-bar

Product Dimensions: 22.4 x 9.1 x 36.6 inches ; 5.5 pounds
Shipping Weight: 7.6 pounds

Price: under $150 range

Popularity: very popular 9/10

Rating: very high rating 10/10

Questions and answers of Micro Maxi Kick Scooter with T-bar

Question: what is the platform width?
Answer: The deck (standing platform) has the following dimensions: 13″ x 5.5″

Question: Is there a difference between micro maxi and micro mini deluxe kick scooter?
Answer: I’m afraid I don’t know the answer to your question.

Question: How do you lower the Tbar once it’s at its highest height?
Answer: There is a black blocking button that “pops out” when you raise the handlebar to the tallest setting. Thus, to lower from the tallest setting, you will press-in the black locking button. The button can be found just beneath the black handlebar clamp (that you open/close to adjust height).

Question: I have a 9 year old who is small and not athletic with coordination issues. Do you all think this would be a good choice?
Answer: While we cannot speak for your child definitively, a vast majority of 9-year-olds have no issues using the Micro Maxi. This is the #1 choice for kiddos between the ages of 5-12.
Question: Would this be too big for a two year old
Answer: This scooter is too big for 2-year-olds. For a 2-year-old, please select the Micro Mini (ages 2-5). You would be skipping an entire age range by selecting a Maxi for someone so young– safety first!

Question: Weight limit?
Answer: 110 pounds

Question: Does the handlebar have to be put on in a certain way? My husband didn’t read the instructions and now I can’t get the handlebar off for packing.
Answer: The handlebar is detachable– when you insert the handle, you line up the “flat edges” of the handle + base. To remove, you will flip the scooter upside-down and push in the red tab (found at the bottom of the handle). Here’s a tip for creating more leverage: flip the scooter upside-down and put a foot on each grip (weighing down the *handle*). Then, press in the red tab and lift up on the *base*– this is what I do when the handlebar feels “stubborn.”

Question: best razor scooter for a 10 year old
Answer: This scooter is designed for ages 5-12 and is considerably nicer / more-expensive than a Razor. This scooter is Swiss-designed and features our uber-smooth glide. Our products are more of an investment, to be sure, but you certainly get your “return on investment” when you purchase Micro. All of our scooters feature modular designs wherein customers can replace individual parts over time; this allows the scooters to last and stay in the family for years.

Question: What size are the wheels? We would like to buy light up wheels to add. Any suggestions on what light up wheels are compatible?
Answer: We do not offer any type of light-up wheels for the scooters, apologies! Scooters that offer the light-up wheels are generally cheap and more “toy-ish”– this scooter, conversely, is very much a quality “mode of transport” for children. Many children commute to school using this scooter for several years– this means that the wheels and other components would surely outlast any type of battery found in light-up wheels.

We have one and it works wonderfully except the handlebars started to get loose and some of the rubber came off. Is this something worth replacing?
Answer: Hello! One of the best parts about owning a Micro-brand scooter is that all parts are replaceable. Also, you can tighten your handlebar clamp using the included (No. 5) Allen Key, make sure to tighten the clamp with the latch *open*.

Question: What is the difference between the regular maxi scooter and the deluxe maxi scooter!
Answer: The Maxi Deluxe is our most updated version, available in the latest color combinations with matching anodized T-bars, and is safety-tested to a higher weight limit of 150 pounds (the Maxi Original is rated for 110 pounds).

Question: Does this model have the two side-by-side wheels in the back?
Answer: no. There are 3 wheels total. 2 in front and 1 in back. It is the same as the mini only meant for taller and older children.

Question: difference with the deluxe
Answer: Taller

Question: Do you have to put together?
Answer: Yes but very simple

Question: Is it possible to add a handbrake to this scooter?
Answer: I’m not sure about a hand brake, but the back wheel has a brake. All you have to do is step on it. I realize that’s not super helpful to parents holding on to the thing for their kids, but they get the hang of it pretty darn quickly.

Question: Will this be ok for my 4 year old? Didn’t want to get the mini micro and have to upgrade later so wanted some advice if ok to start with this?
Answer: I bought one for my 5 year old grandson. He loves it. So did his 3 year old brother. So the boys’ father bought another one (different color) for the 3 year old, too. The 2 boys scoot all the time together.

Question: how big is the box?
Answer: Hi, aprox. 1 mt x 30 cm x 30 cm

Question: Maxi or mini deluxe? my son is 41+ inches and 45lbs. will he grow out of the mini deluxe too fast? is the maxi harder to maneuver?
Answer: Personally I bought the Maxi for the same reason for my 5 year old. The maxi scooter is adjustable so it can grow with your child. My daughter is 6 1/2 and is still using the Maxi, she is about 48 lbs. as well. Yes in the beginning it takes practice to ride the maxi, but the kids learn it pretty fast. Hope this helps.
Does it come assembled?
Answer: No it doesn’t, but its super easy to assemble.

Question: Can A tall 3 year old ride the maxi?
Answer: The difference with the mini is very little. I bought the mini for my 2 1/2 daughter and maxi for my 5 year old nephew and the difference is the width of the table. The Maxi is really better.

Question: Can it attach to stroller
Answer: No

Question: Will this be too much scooter for a very tall 3 1/2 year old boy who weighs 40 lbs? Everyone thinks he’s 5. I’m concerned this mini is too small.
Answer: My son has had his since 5 , he is 6 now..He is tall for his age as well. It does adjust so you can make it fit shorter or taller as he grows – hope that helps

Question: We are looking for a toddler kick scooter that will work on pavement and trails. Any thoughts on this?
Answer: Get the micro mini. My grandkids had that for two years from 2 1/2 to 4 and rode them everywhere

Question: The mini snaps apart into two pieces so it can be packed in a suitcase. Can the maxi also snap apart for travel? Thanks!
Answer: Yes, the maxi has the same red trigger tab to release the t-bar. It doesn’t always come apart easily, but it does come apart!

Question: Is it foldable?
Answer: no it is not foldable

Question: Is is suitable for a 4 year old?
Answer: It should be fine for a 4 year old on the shortest adjustment her the height of the handles. They your 4 year old can grow up with this kick board

Question: Is the handle made of rubber or some other type of material? I’m allergic to rubber so need to know before I buy. Thanks!
Answer: Rubber

Question: Is the maxi ok for a bigger 2 year old? he’s 32 lbs and i don’t want him to outgrow the mini right away
Answer: It depends on the height of the handle bar if he would be tall enough to reach it. We bought it for our 7 yr. old grandson who is between 3.5 to 4 ft.

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