Because of its cheap price and high quality, most parents buy this scooter for their kids.
The aluminum body make it elegant look.
It is a high durability and top quality scooter.
Kids ride this scooter smoothly.
It is easy to fold and carry.
The footboard is nonslip.
Razor A2 Kick Scooter Rating:
List Price: $49.99
Sale Price: $29.99
Razor A2 Kick Scooter – Product Description
The Razor A2 Scooter has a new springless front wheel and shock system along with a new wheelie bar and updated deck design. Patented rear fender brake and folding mechanism. Easy to fold and carry as well as convenient to store.
Razor A2 Kick Scooter – Details
Kick scooter made of sturdy aircraft-grade aluminum
Patented T-tube and deck design folds conveniently for transport
98 mm inline-style urethane wheels with springless shock system
Patented rear fender brake for quick stops; all-new wheelie bar
Recommended for ages five and older; six-month warranty
Price: under $70
Popularity: very popular 9/10
Rating: very high 9/10
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Questions and Answers about Razor A2 Kick Scooter
Question: Would this be suitable for an 11 year old?
Answer: I believe it would. My grandson was 7 when I purchased. Recently he has upgraded to a power scooter, but I feel this is safer for him. Don’t forget the protection for body parts.
Question: Could a 14 yr old use this?
Answer: It is the perfect size for our 6 year old grandson. I think its too small for a 14 year old.
Question: Is this good for a 10 yo. Boy
Answer: My son is 11 and he is really enjoying it. it was an excellent present to him
Question: Is this a lean to scooter?
Question: What is the minimum height this scooter is good for? My son is turning 4 and is roughly 40″.
Answer: Idk about the height. I have bought 4 of these. For ages 4,6,5 and 7. I think the handles go up and down and adjust for Height. Nice gift.
Question: Is the wheelie bar easily removable?
Answer: We didn’t have any trouble.
Question: How big is the scooter ?
Answer: Big enough for a 13 yr old
Question: can you tell me the dimensions of the box
Answer: Approximately 2 feet long by 3 inches square
Question: The handlebar and wheel keep getting out of line on ours. How do I fix this?
Answer: There is a latch on the handle bar itself. The same latch that allows you to adjust the height of the bars to fit the rider. Just unhinge that clasp and align the wheel back into place. Make sure to tighten the clasp when finished.
Can you do tricks in a skatepark on it
Answer: Yes, you can. I have previously purchased this scooter for my six year old. It has held up very well considering how ruff he is with it. We have taken it to the skatepark several times. My 17 yr old has ridden it & done several jumps with it.
Question: Where is this made
Answer: This was made in China
Question: Is this too little for a 11year old boy?
Answer: It should be just about right.
Question: is this a scooter?
Answer: Hello, Yes, this is a Razor Kick scooter
Question: Is there any significant difference between the a and a2. from the descrptn it seems like a2 is sturdier and less bumpy. consumer feedbk wd be gr8
Answer: I really don’t know I bought it for my grandson and he is having a ball, he is not easy on stuff
Question: Do the rubber grips on handlebars have a hole in the ends so I can add streamers?
Answer: They’re padded not rubber. And no, there is no holes.
Question: does this have light up wheels?
Question: can 5ft and 100lbs heavy person ride it?
Answer: Definitely, I am 5’8″and 155 and ride it with my grandkids
Question: Assembly required or not? The answers are confusing
Answer: no assembly required. scooter folds/ unfolds for easy storage.
Question: What is the thing by the breaks the thing that sticks out is it a sparker thx
Answer: No it doesn’t spark or anything like that. I think it’s more of like a trick bar. My daughter never uses it.
is it good for 7 years boy
Answer: Definitely! It is adjustable and both myself (5’4″) and my fiance (6’6″) can ride it 🙂
Question: What is the best scooter for an 8-year old?
Answer: We have Razor scooters and also got electric scooters. We like all. I cant say what the best scooter is, it depends on the kid and interests. But obviously electric scooters needs to be charged very often, and are very heavy to carry to/from car…
what is the base width?
Answer: 3 1/2 inches
Question: Will this fit a 20 year old 6’2″ boy??
Answer: Sorry but no it won’t.
Question: Does this ship in the box or inside another?
Answer: If ordered through Amazon Prime it will be shipped inside another box.
Question: Does this purple scooter have light up wheels?
Answer: No, the wheels do not light up.
Question: I am 6 feet 3 inches tall. Can i ride this ?
Answer: You would be tall for this
Question: I’m 5’1″ but looking for a scooter for college, will this work height wise?
Answer: I think the handle is a little too short . You would be bent over while riding it. I’d go to a sports store or toys r us and try it out . Good economical means of transportation though.
Question: Description says 21.5 inches long. It is 24.5 inches long. Looking for something within the 22 inch guidelines for carry-on luggage. Any suggestions?
Answer: I bought a Razor for my grandchildren. It is 24.5 inches long. It would fit in a soft carry on – at an angle from top right end to bottom left end in a bag I have. This would be a little awkward (I have no wheels on this carry-on), but it can work.
What is the shortest the handles bar adjusts to?
Answer: 24 inches
Question: Can this be folded or diassembled and fit in a suitcase?
Answer: Yes. We have folded it and taken it on vacation before in a large suitcase.
Question: What is the width of the board where the foot goes? can you put two feet on there and glide?
Answer: It’s about the same as the regular razor. You can put both feet up but not right next to each other.
My 6 and 4 yr old use them just fine.
Question: My grandaughter is going to be 6 in April.I would like to buy her a scooter. What should I get her?
Answer: This scooter is good qulity: firm and light weight.
My son is 6, he loves it.
Question: What ís that square hook on the back for A2 model? A kick doesn’t have one.
Answer: I don’t believe it has a function.
Question: is this ok for a 3 year old?
Answer: I wouldn’t recommend it for kids under 5.
Question: is the handle bar adjustable
Question: is the front wheel suspension an improvement?
Answer: This is only scooter we have had so far so don’t know what it ight be improvement over
Question: Do the wheels light up?
Answer: No it doesn’t
Question: Is this scooter tall enough for a 12 year old girl?
Answer: I don’t believe so. My daughter is 53 inches tall and found it to be too short.
Question: Is this a good scooter for a 10 year old?
Answer: Most definitely!
Question: WHat is the difference between this one and the A3 model?
Answer: I’ve read online comparisons that I found by searching on Google that said that they are nearly identical, but the A3 has slightly larger wheels and better bearings. Aside from that I’m not sure what else. Good luck
Question: Can i use this scooter on carpet or wooden flooring basically in house?
Answer: Works well on hard surfaces. Not recommended for carpet.
Question: Does this scooter work on a dirt road or very bumpy street?
Answer: I would say with any kind of scooter like this always a paved road, it can be dangerous if they hit a rock and went flying off. Works best for flat surfaces! Hope this helps
Question: Does A2 have a kick stand to rest on when not in use? I don’t see it in the pictures or description. Thanks!
Question: Does this come with a bell? Is it a smooth-riding scooter? How many months warranty? What is the difference between A and A2? Thank You!!
Answer: No bell included. Not sure what the difference between the 2 is, but we LOVE the ones we got!!!!!! Not sure about the warranty, but they are super simple and easy to fix if there was to be an issue. :-).
Question: Is this big enough for a person that is 5 feet tall? Is there any other place where I can get an affordable Razor a2 scooter?
Answer: I’ve seen adults and children use it.
Question: What is the best scooter for a 4 year old little girl?
Answer: We love the razor scooters for our kids. All of them have been able to ride this scooter within a couple of months of purchase. (5 years of age for our oldest, early 3 for our son and late 3 for our other daughter) It just takes a little practice. It depends on how coordinated and how much balance your child has.
Question: what are the differences between the models?
Answer: This model is more stable on rocks and cracks in a surface. That’s why my daughter told me to buy this one.
Question: it is better to “Razor A Kick Scooter” or “Razor A2 Kick Scooter”?
Answer: Both are the same good quality, only difference is A2 is little bit bigger, for bigger kids. Other than that they are all good scooters for kids. Cheap but very good quality.
Question: whats the weigth of the scooter?
Answer: i’m not sure . but my daughter is 8 and 90 lbs she loves this scooter..
Question: does it fold up
Answer: Yes! It folds up and is very compact. Fits under the stroller shelf easily.
Question: what is the difference in a2 and a3?
Answer: From what I have seen is the A2 is a little cheaper. A3 is a little bigger and heavier. I read that A3 has bigger wheels and a smoother ride. Other than that there is not much difference.
Question: Which one is for adults?
Answer: This is not for adults. Bought this for my 9 yr old daughter and my 10 yr old niec
Question: I am 5′ tall and I’m trying to find out how high the handles are when fully extended. Could someone please measure it?
Answer: I’m also 5′ tall. The handles go up to my waist exactly.
Question: Whats the difference between a Razor A and Razor A2 kick scooter?
Answer: Razor A has no kick stand. It has to be leaned on structure to stand up.
Question: What is a good scooter for a 40 yr old female.
Answer: I use my kids scooter (like this one) and I am older than 40 😉
If you plan on doing tricks, or need a heavier duty scooter, look at the Shaun White Scooter, although the handlebars come at a lower fixed length.
Is that appropriate for a 15 year old kid?
Answer: It can be Try the Razor that is one step above this one it has a brake on the back. If it were me I would suggest a skate board for this age.
Question: I am 5’5 and 130lb. Will I be able to ride this scooter comfortably?
Answer: No. The handles are too low. My 8 year old thinks it’s too small. But he is tall.
Question: Anyone know what the weight limit is on this scooter
Answer: The description says 143 pounds, so it’ll be fine for most kids into adults.
Question: What is the weight limits
Answer: I think its about 140lb!
Question: Is this appropriate for an 8-year-old or will she grow out of it too quickly? She’s tall.
Answer: Depends on the size of the child but the handle is adjustable I would say she would be fine, my 6 year old is 4’6 and shes rides hers just fine.
Question: My son is about to turn 4 and is very physical/coordinated. Would this work for him? Afraid the 3 wheel would be too baby-ish for him.
Answer: This should work just fine. Just adjust the bar for height.
Question: Why does the green one cost $15 more? The description appears to be the same.
Answer: Pay attention to who is the seller of any item you find here. Amazon does not stock the green one, it is being sold by a third party seller. Third party sellers will often have prices that are much higher than Amazon’s. Also keep in mind most do not accept Amazon Prime, and returns may be more difficult.
Question: what is the height of the handle bar from wheel to handle bar
Answer: at its shortest, the bar is 45cm, at its longest 73cm. the bar is extensively adjustable using a very simple mechanism; my grandson began using scooter just turned 4, still using it at 5 & potentially able to ride it until 7 or 8.
How is the A2 different from the Razor Kick Scooter?
Answer: The A2 is one of Razor’s many “Kick Scooter” models. There is the Razor A, A2, A3, A4 (renamed “Razor Pro”) etc. If you are buying for a child aged 5 and up, and no more than 143 lbs., any of the first three A models will be appropriate. If your child is older, more than 143 lbs and is doing “tricks” on the scooter, go with the Razor Pro.