Razor Siege Caster Scooter Review

Razor Siege Caster ScooterThe ultra-cool Razor Siege Caster Scooter lets riders master sideways drifting for an exciting, unusual ride. Ride the Siege like a regular scooter or simply twist and be propelled with its twisting deck and 360° inclined rear caster wheel.

Razor Siege Scooter

The Razor Siege Caster Scooter features durable steel construction, adjustable handlebars and the enhanced turning performance with the latest hybrid street technology. Recommended for ages 8 and up with a 143 pound maximum weight.

Scooter lets riders master sideways drifting for exciting, unusual ride, this baby picks up speed fast.

Here are some of the great features of the Razor Siege Caster Scooter:

  • The Razor Siege Caster Scooter has a steel reinforced twisting deck
  • 360-degree inclined rear caster wheel
  • 125-millimeter front wheel
  • Folding handlebars
  • Adjustable handlebar height
  • Folding frame system
  • No assembly required
  • Weighs 7.5 pound; measures 12.25 by 36 by 30 inches (W x H x L)
  • Recommended for riders ages eight and up; 143-pound maximum weight limit

Ride like the Razor Siege Caster like a standard scooter, or twist and propel; with the twistable top deck enhancing turning performance via latest hybrid street technology.

Some reviewers thought not having a brake would be a problem, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. They love that it twists and turns and you can learn new stunts. The rear caster wheel is not mounted directly to the Razor. Instead, the designers ingeniously offset the wheel mounting so that it is stable going in the forward direction.

Here’s what one of the owners had to say about the Razor Siege Caster Scooter:

This is an awesome scooter that I love riding.  Only took 5 minutes to get used to the first time I rode this scooter. You can literally drift while going straight and turning so there is a lot of creativity when riding this. (Kyle S)

Review paraphrased for size – see original review here

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3 comments for “Razor Siege Caster Scooter Review

  1. Mayberry After Midnight
    April 9, 2018 at 11:13 am

    AWESOME SCOOTER!!! There is only one way to describe this scooter, and that is……. AWESOME! I love it! It is hard to ride at first. One thing I didn’t know about it when I got it, was that you need to put your foot sideways at the very back of the scooter. If you put your foot that way, it makes it easier to steer the back spinning wheel. all that you have to do is push either the front of your foot, or the back of you foot. If you push the front of your foot down, the back wheel turns out the same way, or vise-versa. The scooter overall, is very easy to steer once you get the hang of it. I am a 11 year old boy and it took me about 20 minuets to figure out how to work the back wheel. You have to be very careful not to let the back wheel go out from under you, (I have fallen a few times because it came out from under me). The scooter is a very smooth ride, and that is because of razor’s awesome wheels! I think that the scooter would be easier to ride (at first) for older children, though I think that…

  2. Seth Carstens
    April 9, 2018 at 11:38 am

    Rides like snowboard – amazing I remember researching this thing and seeing some bad reviews. Ignore them, this thing is amazing. My kid loves it, and every kid on the block comes over wanting to ride this thing. It takes balance training to a whole new level. It looks amazing unlike some of the other cheapy scooters I was looking at online. It folds up easily for transport to the grandparents house (god forbid we actually leave a toy at home right?!)If you think your child can handle a skateboard, they will love this scooter.

  3. Robert
    April 9, 2018 at 11:47 am

    Fun and safer than I had thought. My son is a rough-and-tumble 7 year old kid. He’s taken his share of spills, so I wasn’t overly concerned with this purchase. Nonetheless, I was “a little” worried about the stability of this riding platform.Turns out that my fears were not warranted. The rear caster wheel is not mounted directly to the Razor. Instead, the designers ingeniously offset the the wheel mounting so that it is stable going in the forward direction. It takes a fair amount of effort, while simultaneously shifting one’s weight on the platform, to get the “fishtailing” effect.His Razor Siege is so much fun that he’d rather scoot around the immediate neighborhood than use his bike.So far, the only negative thing that I have to report is the lack of a brake. Admittedly, the brake on his old Razor was of marginal value in an emergency. Nevertheless, my son used it as a convenient way of coming to a halt at low speeds. With the Siege, he now has to stop the old-fashioned…

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