Razor Cruiser Scooter Review

Razor Cruiser ScooterThe stylish Razor Cruiser Scooter is like a surf board on wheels. This compact kick scooter has a flexible weight absorbing deck for a smooth and easy riding. tylish and laid back, the Cruiser’s unique design and styling are a return to classic surfer style.

Razor Cruiser

What is good about this scooter

Flexible deck – this laid back scooter has a wider riding area giving you more foot space. There is a flexible weight absorbing wood and fiberglass deck for the wood kick model with a wider riding area.

Large wheels – the large 140 mm urethane wheels give a smoother ride and added stability.

Razor Cruiser ScooterRear brake – to help you stay in control there is a rear fender brake.

Adjustable handlebars – to handle riders of several different heights there are adjustable handlebars, so you don’t need to be concerned as your child grows.

Easy to transport – the scooter’s folding system breaks down in seconds, making it easy to carry the unit in the trunk of a car or on the city bus.

 

 

Razor Cruiser Scooter Features

  • Razor Cruiser ScooterCompact kick scooter with flexible weight-absorbing deck
  • Extra wide flexible wood deck for a comfortable ride
  • Rear fender brake helps the rider stay in control
  • Easy to fold and carry
  • Adjustable handlebars accommodate riders of several heights
  • 140mm wheel Size with ABEC-5 bearings
  • Maximum rider weight 143 pounds (Razor). Amazon site states 180 pounds
  • Measures 29.25″ x 12.25″ x 35″ assembled
  • Recommended ages of 5 years & up
  • No assembly required
  • Available in several colors

What customers say about the Razor Cruiser

There were lots of positive reviews for this kick scooter. Although designed for kids age 5 and older some parents mentioned that even 3 year olds were using it with no problem. Also some university students and adults use it as well .

Numerous reviewers remarked that this scooter is so much better and faster than the original version of the Razor. In particular they like that the wheels and deck are larger with more foot space than most scooters providing a nice, smooth and stable ride.

Also reviewers said their kids figure it out almost immediately and are off and riding. The brakes works nicely as well. They remarked that it is easy to fold and transport.

Reviewers felt the design was sturdy and the height adjustment was perfect for pre-teens and teens. One reviewer said “ the wheels are just awesome and she now has to provide less effort to travel twice the distance from her old scooter.”

There were no issues with this scooter although one parent felt it was not safe for use when it is raining or in wet conditions.

The sturdy Razor cruiser scooter with its larger wheels and base gives a smooth ride and comes highly recommended.

2 comments for “Razor Cruiser Scooter Review

  1. Loricool
    April 10, 2018 at 1:10 pm

    Smooth ride and cool looks 🙂 My 7 year old loves his new scooter. I love that the wheels are fairly large. He’s had a much easier time riding this scooter than the small wheeled scooters. We also bought the Razor A5 Lux and just for anyone comparing the two, the Lux is a bit larger and has much larger wheels. The deck on the Lux easily lets you keep both feet on the razor, while I don’t think you could do that on the Cruiser. We bought the Lux for our 10 year old and it is fantastic. Both scooters feel and look well made, the Lux is definitely better for bigger kids and even adults, the Cruiser would work for big kids too, but not really for an adult.

  2. Nathaniel Allen
    April 10, 2018 at 1:29 pm

    Nice aesthetics, good value… About the right size for our 6 year old, who graduated from a Micro 3-wheeled scooter. But the adjustable height handlebar makes this workable for our 4 year old, too.I’m a big fan of the wooden deck just for aesthetics. You know kids can be hard on their gear, and this scooter gets laid down a lot. The wood so far has held up, and looks better than scratched up metal. It stands out nicely against the polished metal, and is fairly sturdy, even under adult weight (though I wouldn’t recommend it for an adult).I also like the larger wheels on this version — they’re less affected by uneven or cracked pavement and driveway lips, although they can still be stopped short without much of an obstruction.The heel brake is pretty decent. Many scooters use nothing more than a flexible piece of metal or plastic; this model features a pin hinge and a return spring. It’s probably more susceptible to something breaking — just a wild supposition — but it’s a nice…

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