Carving and drifting scooter. Larger, rugged, and slip-resistant foot plates. 360 degree bars spin completely. Concealed brake line fed through tube. For ages 7 and up. 220 pound capacity. Super-grip wheels. Able to traverse rough terrain.
Can be difficult for children to learn how to get started. Boxes were damaged during shipping, but not the scooter. Difficult to get replacement parts, if needed.
Height adjustable. Accommodates taller riders. Caster-scooter design with 3 wheels. Larger front wheel. Hand brake. Foldable for portability and storage. Casters help riders in drifting or spinning. ABEC-5 high-performance bearings. Removable stability bars help riders learn to use the scooter.
Assembly directions are missing a step. Does not fold up as expected, and advertised to do.
Helps build body balance. Adjustable height for multiple ages from 7 to adult. Heavy-duty steel frame. Folds up for easy storage and portability. Wheels prevent kids from getting fingers caught. Easy to assemble.
Difficult to store as the folding mechanism does not lock.
Caster wheels for smooth swivel. Starts by twisting feet. Performs tricks such as kick-outs, side drifts, and spin-outs. Steel frame. Polyurethane front wheel. Hand brake. Removable stability bars. Foam grips for comfort. Fun and easy first scooter for kids.
Not height adjustable. Not durable. Difficult to assemble.
Fun and useful for all ages. Height adjustable. Lightweight reinforced steel frame. Quick-response hand brake. Industrial design caster wheels. Twist & Stow folding system makes it easy to fold up for storage or transport.
Length of brake line limits how much the height is adjustable. Front post is not adjustable, as advertised.
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