Razor Gogo Pogo Stick reviews
Razor Gogo Pogo Stick is a new design from the Razor classic, a very famous pogo stick by adjusting the spring system so that the kids can have a better bouncing. The addition of this fully enclosed spring system allows the unit to support a high weight (max 143 lbs, said from Razor) therefore you do not have to wonder much about the weight limit. The whole stick is made with lightweight, durable aluminum, the footrests are foldable, handlebars are also foldable so that it make the Razor Gogo Pogo Stick very portable for moving around. This pogo stick is super lightweight and the price is unbeatable. That’s why it is now a popular choice among many brands.
Specifications of Razor Gogo Pogo Stick
- Dimensions: 12 x 43.5 x 6 inches ; 6.25 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 6.3 pounds
- Popularity: very popular
- Rating: 86 points
- Price: under $40
Questions and answers of Razor Gogo Pogo Stick
Question: What’s the age for using pogo stick?
Answer: 6 to 7 years of age for the average child!
Question: weight limits?
Answer: To be honest I’m not sure. I bought it for my 10 and 11-year-old grandkids. One weighs 100 pounds and it’s perfect. If I guessed I would say it’s good for anyone in between 80 pounds and 125 pounds.
Question: Is there the red design at the bottom of the stick as shown in the main picture?
Question: what weight of child is this rated for?
Answer: My son is 105 pounds.
Question: I’m about 5’6 and weigh near 120 lbs. Can I Use this product?
Answer: I don’t see why not. Our pogo stick is very stiff though and hard for any size to get multiple bounces off it
Question: Can a 28 year old use this?
Answer: Although this item is very well made, Razor does specify the weight limit as a maximum of 143 lbs. Anyone weighing more than that risks damage to the Pogo Stick and possible injury if the Pogo Stick breaks or is damaged due to someone beyond the weight limit using it. If you are less than 143 lbs it should be OK.
Question: Can a 10 year old use this
Answer: My 7 year old has this and loved it and was pretty good with it. He also has been riding a hover board since he was 6. He was about 52 inches tall when he got it so he’s a little taller than the average 7 year old. If your 10 year old can ride a skateboard and ride a bike he should pick up the Pogo stick pretty quick.
Question: Is it appropriate for a 12 year old
Answer: My kids are 8 (girl) and 10 (boy) and they still regularly take the pogo stick from the garage to play. The only concern would be the weight limit of the pogo stick you purchase.
Question: Is it possible for the handles to accidentally fold during use? Are there releases you have to hit?
Answer: We this same exact model of pogo stick. From a user perspective it is very sturdy. Yes, you have to push in a metal button and then pull off the handle. It seems that this design is to accommodate packaging & shipping exclusively.
Question: My grandson is 135 pounds, and 13 years old would this work for him ?
Answer: I think it would work. My boys are 9 and 12 and about 100 lbs. It seems like a very sturdy product.
Question: I have a 11 yr old. Do they come in diff sizes ? Or is this adjustable ?
Answer: It’s not adjustable. I have a 2nd one that we use. My 40 pound boy can use it and I can use it at 225 pounds, so it can accommodate a pretty good range.
Question: Good for a 120 lb 12 yr old?
Answer: Yes, I think he will be fine. I was actually surprised how well it is made. It was a little hard for my 7 yr. old grandson but I think a 12 yr. will be fine and really enjoy it.
Question: Does this item come in a box that tells what it is
Answer: Yes, it does.
We ship it in a plain brown box.
Question: will this work for a 14 year old 5 foot kid
Answer: Weigh restriction is 145 pounds.
Question: Is this meant for a kid for 125 pounds
Answer: I think it would work well with that weight. My daughter who is 8 and weighs about 65 pounds doesn’t weigh enough to get this going. I tried it and it was easier for me because I weigh so much more.
Question: can a 9 year old use this?
Answer: I bought this in May for my daughter’s 9th birthday, and it was VERY difficult for her to use. She had been on other pogo sticks prior to this, so it was not lack of experience. It was incredibly stiff. I tried it myself as a 34 year old male and while I could make it work it was not easy. We returned it. There is no w… see more
Question: How exactly is this pogo stick foldable? I’m buying it to bring back home to my daughter on an airplane – can I fold it and put it in my suitcase??
Answer: The handles and foot steps fold in. It’s 39.5″ tall. It does not fold in half… I bought this for my nephew and shipped it to their house before i went to visit them. It arrived on time and got to watch him open it. HE LOVES IT!
Question: Would this work for a child of 60 lbs?
Question: What is the recommended minimum weigth of a child to be able to bounce it enough?
Answer: My son is 70 pounds and when he got it I had to jump on it for a while to loosen it up. It is totally fine now…. But I was surprised that a 70 pound person wasn’t heavy enough to get it going