Razor Jr. Folding Kiddie Kick Scooter

These satisfied customers almost have children about 3 years old who ridded scooters for the first time. This scooter is ideal for starter because it doesn’t ride fast and won’t put your kids at risk.

Positives:

Easy to assemble and fold up for storage
Three wheels provide more stability and balance
Slip resistant standing platform gives more safety
Ideal for starter
Negative:

Slow speed
It is small and not suitable for kids over 3.

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Razor Jr. Folding Kiddie Kick Scooter – Product Description

Designed for young riders, the Razor® Folding Kiddie Kick scooter features a three-wheeled design that helps build coordination and maintain balance. The wide polypropylene deck is slip-resistant, and a new folding mechanism allows easy storage and transportation. Intended for children ages 3 and up.

Razor Jr. Folding Kiddie Kick Scooter – Details

Kids’ scooter with 3-wheel design for added stability
Wide, slip-resistant polypropylene deck and wide rear wheel base
Quick folding mechanism for easy storage and transport
Soft foam handgrips; 98mm wheels; for kids 6 and under
Measures 22 x 25.5 x 11 inches (W x H x D); weighs 6.5 pounds

Popularity: popular
Rating: very high
Price: under $50

questions and Answers of Razor Jr. Folding Kiddie Kick Scooter

Question: What is height of scooter?
Answer: Do not know, but its perfect for my 2-year-old grandchild who loves playing with it.

Question: What is height?
Answer: Ill say for a 2 or3 year old no bigger cheap made

Question: my daughter is 8 years old will she serve him?
Answer: I feel like its more good for kids below 5 as its with three wheel support , for 8 yr kid i think there are lot of other options.
But with quality wise its good one and can use for 8 year kids too

Question: Is this too small for a 6yo girl?
Answer: Definitely. My daughter is tall for 4 but it’s already getting too small for her.

Question: Would this be appropriate for an 18 month old who is approximately 32″ tall?
Answer: I’m not sure this would unless they are very coordinated or not afraid of things that move fast. What I mean is that the handle bars don’t lock, so you child is working with moving handle bars and coordinating feet.

Question: measurements of scooter?
Answer: I don’t know because the front wheel assembly was defective and I had to return it without it ever having been used. I did not re-order it.

Question: Hi… Does this scooter stand upright when it’s not in use? Or does it rest in the ground like a two wheeled scooter? Thanks in advance!
Answer: It stands upright. Hope this helps.

Question: Is it small enough to be folded and put into a large suitcase?
Answer: Yes

Question: Is there a weight limit?
Answer: Its for toddlers 2-4 .yrs. It.would be too small bar wise for an average 5 + yr old…

Question: Is there anyway to make the front wheel fixed so it doesn’t move?
Answer: I don’t see how if there is! Seems unsafe honestly.

Question: The front wheel is not so free like the rear ones. It has lot of friction . Is this by design or a flaw?
Answer: It’s a design flaw. I had to return the razor I bought for my grandson because of a defective front wheel assembly.

Question: Do The handle bars raise and lower
Answer: No cheap made

Question: Does the front wheel turn
Answer: Yes the front wheel turns

Question: Thinking of buying this for my 4 yr old. He’s 42 lbs – max weight says 45 lbs. curious if any 40 lb + kids use this just fine?
Answer: Yes my baby girl is50 lbs fine

Question: How do you stop? Brakes?
Answer: No braking mechanism just foot power

Question: Does this scooter have a break?
Answer: No, but my 2 year old doesnt have any problems with stopping

Question: Is there a break on the rear wheel?
Answer: No. There isn’t.

Question: Do the back wheels get in the way of their “pushing” foot since it has 2 in back instead of the front?
Answer: No it doesn’t. But this scooter doesn’t flow as smoothly as u expect it to. My 3 year old had pretty hard time worth it. Don’t recommend it

does this turn with the hand
Answer: yes it do

Question: does this scooter light up at all?
Answer: No. And it’s really designed for a little kid. It’s pretty slow.

Question: How do you fold it? Can’t figure it out.
Answer: It is located at the base of the bar on the inside. The lever is in a loop shape and you just pull up 🙂

Question: What is the hight of the handle bars?
Answer: Since the kick scooter is being used by my grand daughter at US and I am in India I cannot measure the exact height . But I can tell that my grand daughter is using the same very comfortably for 3 plus year old kid

Question: Does this scooter obstruct movement from the foot while you are pedaling it? The 2 wheel design on the back obstruct movement?
Answer: My two year old loves this scooter. He desperately wanted to ride his older brother’s traditional two wheel razor, but he wasn’t able to balance and pedal so I got him this and he caught on almost instantly. He is a very large and coordinated two year old so I don’t expect all little ones to have the same experience bu… see more

Question: Are you able to steer this left and right? Or is it one of those “lean to turn” scooters?
Answer: Yes you can steer left to right. It’s a gr at beginners scooter!

Question: Should I buy this for our 4 year old son? Or should I get something with only two wheels?
Answer: Id say 2 wheels but that depends on ur grandson. My son just turned 4, has had this for 2yrs and he is about ready to move up

Question: Will this scooter work for a 2 1/2 year old that is tall, about 38″?
Answer: I think so! My daughter loves hers!

Question: Hearing a lot about the wheels having too much friction. Is this caused by the wheels being bolted too tight or are the bearings the issue?
Answer: The scooter comes fully assembled except for the upright handle. I do not recall how the wheels were attached and the scooter was a gift for a grandson that lives in another town. I too was concerned with the reports of high friction wheels, but the wheels were easily spun by hand and appeared to have plenty of clearance from the plastic body. I have heard no complaints from our son or grandson.

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