Razor Cruiser Scooter

Statistics has told how owners love this scooter. Here we conclude reviews into four primary positives that customers mentioned.

Positives:

Larger standing platform – it provides extra space for rider and makes it easier to stand on.
Bigger wheels – large wheels make it run much fast and smooth than regular size.
Convenience – it is very easy to fold up.
Great design & reasonable price

Razor Cruiser Scooter Rating:
List Price: $79.99
Sale Price: $69.00
Availability: unspecified

Razor Cruiser Scooter – Product Description

The Cruiser is a kick scooter reminiscent of a surfboard on wheels. Hip yet classic, stylish and laid back, its unique design and styling is the perfect complement to fashion’s return to classic surfer style. Design features include a fiberglass and wood deck, a wider riding area affording more foot space and 140mm wheels (50% larger than the wheels of the original Razor® scooter). From the beach to city streets, hipsters and traditionalists alike will enjoy a sophisticated, smooth ride while cruising in ultimate style. Extra wide flexible wood deck for a comfortable ride (US Patent Nos. 6,431,567 / 7,063,341 B2) Patented rear fender brake (US Patent No. 6,139,035) Easy to fold and carry Maximum rider weight 175lbs Product Measures 29.25″ x 12.25″ x 35″ Recommended Ages: 5 years & up

Razor Cruiser Scooter – Details

Compact kick scooter with flexible weight-absorbing deck
Patented rear fender brake helps the rider stay in control
Adjustable handlebars accommodate riders of several heights
Large 140 mm urethane wheels; patented folding system
Measures 8.5 x 27 x 4 inches (W x H x D); for ages 5 and older

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Questions and Answers of Razor Cruiser Scooter
What do you say, think this bad boy could handle 170-175 lbs? I used to ride an A5 with an 120 lb limit and that was nbd. Same here?
Answer: I actually had to replace this within a few months. The quality wasn’t good. Brake snapped off

Question: Are the wheels inflatable?
Answer: No they’re like regular razor wheels but larger

Question: Can anyone tell me how many inches the footboard is, only counting the space where you can fit your feet (behind the front wheel, in front of brake)
Answer: 13 1/2

Question: Does this scooter take turns very good, its not stiff? My son has the 3 wheel training scooter but it doesn’t turn good, he is going to be 6!
Answer: The scooter takes turns well. It is stiff, but has a little flex.

Question: Is assembly required, or is it ready to use right out of the box?
Answer: This scooter is ready to use right out of the box.

Question: is this an adult scooter?
Answer: No, this scooter is for kids. I think it has a 70 lb weight limit.

Question: I’m 6’3, is this scooter too short for me?
Answer: I’m not entirely sure but I would think so. This scooter is ridden by my 10 yr old and 5 yr old granddaughters.

Question: Does anyone have experience using the scooter above 145lbs? I remember having a Cruiser in college and loved the way it road versus an A5.
Answer: I just bought my second scooter and I am 40 years old. Have been using one to get around the city fur 7 years. I am 150lbs and love it.

Question: Wheel size? In diameter.
Answer: 6 inches

Question: What’s the length and width of the deck?
Answer: The wood decking in 12 inches long by 5 1/2 inches wide. My 9 year old who is has size 4 feet and is 85 lbs rides it.

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