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Razor Siege Scooter

by Razor

List Price: CDN$ 99.99
Price: CDN$ 72.43 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Scooter lets riders master sideways drifting for exciting, unusual ride
  • Ride like standard scooter, or twist and propel; twistable top deck enhances turning performance via latest hybrid street technology
  • 360-degree inclined rear caster wheel and 125-millimeter front wheel; folding, adjustable-height handlebars; folding frame system
  • 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
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Technical Details
Item Weight3.4 Kg
Product Dimensions76.2 x 31.1 x 89.5 cm
Item model number13055899
Number of Items1
Brand NameRazor
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #14,826 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.3 Kg
Date First AvailableApril 7 2011
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ladybug on Dec 25 2011
My son was absolutely thrilled to get this item for Christmas! I was especially pleased because no one else would ship this item to Canada. I paid no shipping, only taxes, so that made me happy. Amazon is a trustworthy company that I will be buying from in the future. Thanks Amazon!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By nobody on Oct. 11 2011
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My son loves it. What more can I say.... but I'll say more anyhow since Amazon insists on a minimum of 20 word review. This is a fancy version of the regular scooters. It's rear wheel rotates on ball bearings and the foot platform bends and twists allowing for cool moves. Your child will be the talk of the neighborhood, instantly increasing their popularity factor ten-fold! Good price for the quality and a long-lasting toy.
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62 of 66 people found the following review helpful
One Of The Most Awsome Scooter's :D ! Aug. 3 2010
By SkyleKyle - Published on Amazon.com
This is an awsome scooter that I love riding. When I first rode this scooter, it only took 5 Minutes to get use to. Here's the positives and negetive in this reveiw. (+)For Positive and (-)For Negitive and (=) for Nutrial(things that dont bother me but can be implimented).

(+)Nice Grip for this scooter
(+)Easy To Get use to
(+)Really good portability
(+)Really cool drifting[Meaning you can literally drift while going straight and turning]
(+)Alot of creativity when riding this
(+)Alot of duribility

(=)The price
(=)The chance of falling of(I really recommend a helmet for everyone riding this)

(-)There's no brake's on it
(-)There could of been more griptape on this

All and all I love this scooter. Im 18 and this is a such a recommended scooter

30 of 32 people found the following review helpful
Where's the brake? Sept. 27 2010
By S. Gunderson - Published on Amazon.com
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First off, this is a great scooter and my 7-year old daughter loves it. It is more versatile and fun to ride than a traditional scooter but it suffers from one major flaw. There is no brake of any kind which is not only a convenience feature but a safety issue as well. The only way to stop is to pull a "Fred Flinstone" and put your foot down hoping to stop before crashing into something. This is especially tricky when going down hill as this baby picks up speed fast. Also, the "self-propelling" feature advertised by twisting back and forth is not very effective unless you're on a very smooth surface. But overall, like I said, this is a great scooter though I'd highly recommend exercising safety especially when navigating hilly terrain.
20 of 23 people found the following review helpful
7 Year Old Boy Loves Scooter June 24 2010
By Annie - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought the Razor Siege Caster Scooter for my son's 7 year birthday and he loves it! I thought not having a brake would be a problem, but that doesn't seem to be the case. He loves that it twists and turns and he can begin to learn new stunts.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Deadly Awesome! Dec 15 2010
By Captain Insano - Published on Amazon.com
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My friend was having trouble finding this scooter locally, so I let him order it on my account. When it arrived we gave it a little test drive. I must say it is quite unique, as compared with the traditional scooter. It is advertised as letting you "drift" around turns and corners. The way it does this is by using a flexible plastic-like platform where you stand on. You control the drift by leaning and balancing the weight on your rear foot, and you counter with the handle bars so you don't lose control.

I would say this works well, but it can also be dangerous. The build quality looks OK; the platform seems like it could break if too much weight were applied on top in the wrong way. The platform is like a very flexible abs plastic attached over an aluminum tube. If you're heavy like I used to be, use precaution. The wheels could use a smoother roll, other than that it works. The first time my friend rode it, he almost lost it, and a big grin popped on his face. He rode it for a little while, and then I had a turn. I almost twisted my ankle about 6 times, but I had a lot of fun doing it. As you can see, it's a risky ride, but if you are aware of the dangers, and use precaution as well as common sense, you will be fine.

As a parent, I wouldn't purchase this for my child unless they were very active, and athleticly coordinated. The main reason for this is they have to be very alert and connected with this scooter when riding it, the wrong move this way or that way, and they could seriously injure themselves. In addition to that, they would also have to be on red alert for cars, because this scooter has no brakes, which sucks, but I can understand how brakes would not work in this case.

If your child is wanting to get a scooter because their friends have scooters, I would purchase the regular model first, then this when they are ready. This model scooter is so responsive, they will have a hard time keeping up when the others are going faster, and the risk of losing control will be much greater for inexperienced riders. Of course, if you like that kind of thing, this one's for you, and it really does that job well! Payed $69, but I have seen Amazon have this as low as or around $55

Update! Jan 2011. So much fun I had to get myself one. If you own dogs this is a great fun tool for them to pull you around the neighborhood.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Great Scooter!!! Sept. 30 2010
By J.B.O.R. - Published on Amazon.com
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My 7 and 10 year old love this scooter, its really fun, it slides side ways and does all kinds of cool tricks, acually all the kids in our neighborhood love it too...

It is very well made and is just the right size for both my 7 and 10 year old. Really fun scooter, I highly recommend it.

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