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Razor Cruiser Scooter
Razor Cruiser Scooter
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65 of 70 found the following review helpful:
what a great scooter!Sep 08, 2007
By Andrey Beketov
I have purchased the Cruiser scooter and I am so happy with it!
It is so much better and faster than the original version of Razor, since the wheels and the deck are biger.
It rides nice and smooth.
It is so much more stable than the original and having more room for your back foot becomes realy handy.
I am 5'8" and I have no problem riding it. The handle extends just enough for my hight. What a great product. I recomend it!
35 of 36 found the following review helpful:
Not as good as the Razor A5 LuxJul 18, 2011
I was disappointed with this scooter. I thought the wider, wooden board would make for a beter ride, but the wood just didn't feel as stable as an all metal base. Also, the folding mechanism on my particular schooter was very loose, and the "lock" would slip out of place if you put preasure on it. Maybe it was defective, but that, combined with the shakey board, led me to return it. I got the Razor A5 Lux intead and greatly prefer it to this model. The A5's wheels are bigger, as is the base, and the base board is all metal too.
Whichever scooter you end up getting, do yourself a favor and buy a box of Bones Reds Precision Skate Bearings to upgrade the stock bearings that come with the scooter. Made a HUGE difference in my ride. Just one push off and my scooter rolled about 3 house lengths down the sidewalk. The box is only $12 and you get enough bearings (8) to upgrade the wheels on two scooters (each wheel needs two bearings). I had never done it before, but just search YouTube for something like, "how to replace your scooter ball bearings" and you'll find tons of videos on how to do it. Takes about 5 minutes, two No. 5 Allen Wrenches, and a 6 year old can do it.
37 of 39 found the following review helpful:
Great scooter for kids, too!Mar 27, 2009
By Jennifer Walker
"mom of 3 boys"
I bought this scooter for my son's 5th birthday. It looked large in the box, and my husband immediately took it out and rode it around the house - WOW! It is smooth and fast and fun. I was worried that it might be too big for my 34 lb 5 year old, as it was his first 2 wheeled scooter, but he was up and going immediately! This is great at the park - he can coast along the sidewalk forever without even kicking. The large platform is easy for him to balance on and the large wheels easily go over large sidewalk cracks and he even rode on some of the packed down winter grass! The handle bar easily adjusts up and down so my son and husband could take turns. I believe this to be the BEST scooter out there for riding!
44 of 48 found the following review helpful:
great scooter, great priceJul 07, 2008
Bought this scooter for our 5 yr old to work on balance and coordination. He loved it and figured it out almost immediately. The big wheels are great for not getting caught up on cracks, small stones or small sticks like small wheeled scooters can do. Platform is nice and wide for comfortable riding. Adjustable handle fits our 3 yr old too who wants to also learn. Folds easily for storage or travel.
15 of 15 found the following review helpful:
Great scooter, just too short for adults over 5'9"May 05, 2009
By J. Ha
I got this scooter to save me a few mins walking to the bus station.
I read one reviewer on here saying that the handlebars are too low for anyone over 5'6". I'm 5'11" but decided to give it a try anyway.
I have to agree that the handlebars are too low for most adults. I would say 5'9" is the limit. The Razor Pro scooter has handle bars that are 3" higher, and I think that would be good for people up to 6' tall.
As for the wood deck, that same reviewer said it came warped. The deck is bowed, but that is a part of the design. The deck will flex when you stand on it, so it was designed to bow upwards to compensate for the flex. The flex on the deck does make the ride smoother by helping to absorb some of the bumps. But I feel this flex also makes the ride feel less stable. Personally, I would prefer a solid metal deck.
Overall, the scooter is well made and I would highly recommend it to anyone under 5'9"
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