Razor Party Pop Scooter Review
My daughter received the Razor Party Pop Scooter. We opened it, quickly put it together and the party started!
With the Razor Party Pop Scooter your child will be the life of the party in the neighborhood. It is recommended for children age 6 and up.
The LED light button is located right on the deck for your child to control with a gentle step to activate the 12 pulsating multi-color lights. The light show continues (for approx. 20 seconds at a time) as your child kick powers the scooter around.
The Party Pop Scooter has two urethane wheels, a lightweight steel frame and foam handle grips for a smooth and comfortable ride. Stopping is easy with the rear fender brake. Minimal assembly is required with use of an Allen wrench (included). My daughter is able to easily carry it up/down the stairs to play outside.
The scooter requires two lithium batteries for the LED lights, which are included. They are replaceable, but my daughter has been riding her scooter every day for the past few weeks and her lights are still going strong. She loves the fun colors of the scooter and the lights. The Party Pop Scooter would make a great Christmas or birthday gift for a child in your life. It retails at around $54 ($49 at Toys R Us), so it won’t break the bank either.
About Party Pop
- Max: 143 lbs
- Age: 6+
- Product Weight: 7 lbs
- Colors: White/Purple
- Some assembly required
- Steel t-tube and frame
- Foam grips
- Urethane wheels
- 12 multi-color LED lights, polypropylene deck
- Patented rear fender brake
- Two CR2032 lithium batteries (included and replaceable)
- Lightweight, easy to carry around and maneuver
- Great exercise!
- Built well
- Simple & fast assembly
- Batteries are included and last a long time
- Not for aggressive or trick riding.
Warning: As with any manual scooter, avoid steep inclines and don’t ride too fast — you can lose control and fall. Skateboard parks are not designed for young riders. Never ride in traffic or on the street and watch your surroundings for pedestrians, bikers, boarders and skaters. Maintain a hold on the handlebars at all times. Always wear closed toe shoes (lace-up with rubber soles) and keep shoelaces tied and out of the way of the wheels. NEVER RIDE BAREFOOTED OR IN SANDALS. We recommend you wear protective gear such as a helmet, and elbow & knee pads too!