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Adjusts to fit any shoe size. Has removable spark pads that are enjoyable for all users. The frame is built to make it easier for users to jump in and out of them with ease. Can stand up to heavy-duty use.
Spark pads don't last very long but can be replaced.
Designed to fit around most shoes, the elastic band provides comfort and stability. The wheels are big enough to not get stuck on smaller rocks or branches. Easy to put on and take off if needed.
May have to tighten the wheel bolt every few uses.
The polycarbonate material ensures that these will hold up to extended use. The wheels light up with every roll. Has a smart enclosure system that ensures they don't fall off if you take a fall.
The rear brake pads can fall off fairly easily.
Utilizes classic skateboard bearings to ensure a fast ride. The fatter wheels ensure that rocks don't stop the fun. The strap is highly adjustable so it can still be used even when the user's feet grow.
Not rated to hold anyone above 110 pounds.
Good quality with a solid build that easily supports both kids and adults. Light-up wheels are motion-activated and don't require batteries. Fits most shoe sizes. Polyurethane wheels are rugged and durable. Available in 3 colors.
A handful of owners had problems with the straps coming undone.
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Heel wheels are like mini roller skates or hoverboards that you attach to your shoes, letting you coast along sidewalks or other paved terrain in a flash. They are electric, so you control the speed by positioning more or less pressure on the balls or heels of your feet. Some models also cast a shower of sparks when lots of pressure is applied to the heel, while lots of kid models have light-up wheels. Prices vary widely between basic heel wheels for kids (usually under $20) and speedier ones for adult use only, which cost about $100.