Razor Jr. Lil’ Kick Scooter Review

Razor Jr Lil Kick Scooter
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The Razor Jr. Lil’ Kick Scooter provides riding fun for kids from ages 3 to 6 with a three wheel design which makes for a more stable ride. Does your little one envy the big kids’ Razor scooters your child a Razor Jr. Kiddie kick scooter, which lets your child tag along without jeopardizing his or her safety.

Razjor Jr Lil Scooter
Razor Junior Scooter
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 What is good about this scooter

It is very stable – with a three wheel design including an extra wide rear wheelbase on the welded steel frame.

Wide deck – the scooter also includes a extra wide and slip-resistant deck that keeps kids on their toes.

Easy scooting – with the padded T-bar and a low profile for easy scooting on the large smooth-rolling wheels.

Color – this scooter is also available in pink.

Razjor Jr Lil Pink Kick Scooter
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Cons about Rajor Jr. Lil’ Kick Scooter

Some kids struggle with the two wheels at the back and even hurt their ankles. This is because the bolts on the wheels protrude out pretty far and snag their ankles. If you keep a pretty tight stance and doesn’t push off wide like some kids might you should be okay.

Razor Jr. Lil’ Kick Scooter Features

  • Kids’ scooter with 3-wheel design for added stability
  • Wide, slip-resistant deck and wide rear wheel base
  • Low profile for easy scooting
  • Large smooth-rolling wheels
  • Padded T-bar
  • Sturdy welded steel frame
  • Designed for children ages 3 to 6
  • Available in pink and blue
Toddler Kick Scooter
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What customers say about the Razor Jr. Lil’ Kick Scooter

Very mixed reviews for this kids scooter with either extremely positive or very poor comments. Several reviewers mentioned it was not up to Razor’s normal standards.

Generally if reviewers had any issues it was regarding the two rear wheels which either worked great, didn’t work, were aligned wrong, wouldn’t move and other comments.

However some reviewers he like it with one person saying, “the rubber wheels make this a nice, quiet ride so we don’t disturb the neighbors at 8am on a Saturday morning when we set off to the playground… Seems good quality and very stable.”

And this reviewer said, “the two back wheels gives it good stability for young riders who haven’t quite mastered balance yet, but still provides them with a fun toy to ride. Seems to be pretty solidly constructed. Overall it’s been a big hit in my house.”

Razor Jr Kick Scooters
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To view all of our scooters for young riders, click here. The Razor Jr. Lil’ Kick Scooter lets young kids scoot around like the bigger kids on a very stable scooter.

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Razor Jr Lil' Kick Scooter




Ease to assemble




Ease of use


Value for money



  • Three wheel design for stability
  • Wide slip resistant deck
  • Low profile for easy scooting
  • Large smooth rolling wheels
  • Available in blue or pink


  • double wheel in back may scrape ankle

3 comments for “Razor Jr. Lil’ Kick Scooter Review

  1. reviewer123
    April 11, 2018 at 6:48 pm

    Don’t buy: The back wheel is in the way for a small kid There are some products that make you wonder how they got out of the manufacturer’s door. This is one such. I wish I had done some research before buying. See pic. My son is almost three. He has been using his sister’s three wheel scooter (two front, one rear) for a while. We got this for him but the rear wheel is exactly in the way preventing him from giving himself a proper push.

  2. Victoria L Beckman
    April 11, 2018 at 7:12 pm

    WARNING: ANKLE DESTROYER It is not just the back wheel that interferes with your child’s foot. There is also an unforgiving metal bolt that protrudes three quarters of an inch from the wheel hub. It is an ankle destroying nightmare.If you buy this product your children will cry and you will be frustrated and disappointed. Look for models that have the two wheels up front. It makes much more sense.I included a picture of the bolt, henceforth known as the ankle reaper. Look at the size of that skin-ripping, ergonomic tragedy. What were they thinking?

  3. Fred G. Medick Jr.
    April 11, 2018 at 7:20 pm

    Horrible Before buying this scooter, I read the customer reviews saying the back bolts “bit” the child’s ankles. I figured the design couldn’t be that bad, and the reviewers were over-reacting. I was wrong. The very first time my daughter rode this scooter, she hurt her ankles. She kept trying and kept hurting herself. I would give it zero stars if that were an option.

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