Razor A4 Kick Scooter Review

Razor A4 Kick Scooter
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The Razor A4 Kick Scooter was designed for rugged durability and pro-grade performance on the street as a replacement for the Razor Pro Model Scooter. Features a taller handle bar and heavier weight than the A2 or A3 models so that even adults can enjoy this model.

Razor A4 Scooter
Razor A4 permformance
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Why trick riders love this scooter so much

Larger size than other scooters – can handle adults and taller kids holding anyone up to 220 pounds unlike many other scooters. Handlebar is adjustable. The scooter measures four by 27 by 13.5 by 36.75 inches (W x H x D) when fully assembled

Ultra strong deck –  tested by Team Razor riders with durability and performance in mind and bigger than found on many other scooters

Non-slip grip – really a must for any serious trick rider. Riders will appreciate the A4’s full-deck grip tape which provides maximum traction both on the ground and in the air. It was especially designed by Team Razor pro rider Ricky Wernicke.

Extra-thick foam handles – provide optimal balance of comfort

Double stacked head tube clamp – for extra strength.

Aircraft grade aluminum construction – lightweight yet rigid body frame constructed of 100 percent aircraft-grade aluminum.

High speed bearings98mm urethane wheels equipped with ABEC-5 high-speed bearings

Patented rear fender brake

Easy to fold – so you can place it in a car or carry it to the skate park with ease. The scooter weigh 7 pounds.

Razor A4 Kick Scooter Review
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The Razor A4 Kick Scooter is ideal for

  • Recommended for ages six and older
  • Adults and larger children. It will support a rider up to 220 pounds.

What users say about the Razor A4 Kick Scooter

Almost everyone comments about how well made it is with awesome durability and strength and generally more heavy duty than other scooters, they also like the speed and steering.

Many reviewers mentioned how easy it is to collapse and transport. One people thought it is really designed for tricks and not urban use.

Interesting is that a number of adults originally purchased it for their kids and ended up using it themselves, of course purchasing a second model for the child. It fact that it can hold up to 200 pounds and  features a adjustable handlebar helps.

One reviewers said:

I bought this for my seven year old grandson’s birthday. He loves it so much that he named it “Scooty”. I mainly purchased this one because it carries heavier weight then some of the others. This way it won’t break to easily. Boys can be rough. (Linda Cruz)

Click here if you wish to check out our other kick scooters. If you are looking for a heavy duty kick scooter that accommodates both kids, teens and adults then the Razor A4 Kick Scooter is for you.

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Razor A4 Kick Scooter






Ease of Use




Value for money



  • Can handle adults and kids up to 200 pounds
  • Ultra strong deck
  • Non slip grip tape for maximum traction
  • Extra thick foam handles
  • Aircraft grade aluminum construction


  • Poor assembly instructions

2 comments for “Razor A4 Kick Scooter Review

  1. Solaris
    April 11, 2018 at 7:13 pm

    Great scooter I purchased this scooter for my 12 years old son. I had to deliberate between A3 and A4 models and I am glad I went with A4. Solid construction, smooth riding (unlike other reviewers have said), fast wheels, thicker handles, wider and longer platform than the kids versions you can find in the store. The whole platform is abrasive, which gives a very good foot grip while riding it. An advantage over A3, A2 models.. Definitely taller handle bar than A2 or A3 models. The best thing is that I can ride it too. It’s a keeper.

  2. Amazon Customer
    April 11, 2018 at 7:19 pm

    Faulty Instructions The scooter is fine for older kids, but the instructions are so bad I almost returned it thinking it was broken. You have to extend the handlebars up all the way, then loosen the clamp and insert the t-bar into the fork. If you don’t extend the handlebars all the way up (which is nowhere in the instructions) then the two pieces won’t fit together.

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