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Razor California Longboard Scooter
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on 10-2-2018.
Item Description

Razor California Longboard Scooter, Blue Deck:
  • Steel T-tube and frame
  • Rigid downtube
  • Adjustable height handlebars
  • 32 inch extra-long deck with 7-ply wood laminate and integrated kick tail
  • Large urethane wheels
  • Rear fender brake
  • Soft rubber grips
  • Some assembly required
  • Weight Limit: 220 lbs
  • Dimensions: 39.5L x 15.5W x 32.5H
  • Model# 13014444
  • Age: 8%2B
Buyer Reviews
We bought two Razor scooters on the same day, the California Longboard for my 9-year-old daughter and the Carbon Lux for my 12-year-old son.I had already narrowed their choices down to the Razors that would support 200 to 220 pounds safely because the kids are tall and well-muscled and I didn't want them to quickly outgrow the 143-pound weight limit that many of the other Razors had. Also, I thought it would be fun for my husband and I to hop on the kids' scooters occasionally, and didn't want our grown-up girths to bust them.Walmart was temporarily out of the Razor Berry Lux scooters in Teal/Orange, which I think would have suited my daughter perfectly. She didn't want to wait until they were back in stock, so she chose the Longboard because she liked the blue color and thought the size of the board was interesting. (She'd recently learned to scooter on a little kid-sized Disney princess scooter, and was slightly worried if she'd be able to handle a taller scooter. The long wide deck seemed comforting.) I was okay with it because the Longboard is about $15 cheaper than the Lux.At first, she liked the Longboard-- until she got on her brother's Lux and found out it's waaaaay faster. Also, his has a kickstand and hers doesn't, which makes the Longboard's big footprint even harder to find a resting place for. It's constantly tipped over in front of the airway or across doorframes.Every time they go to scooter together, she tries to \"borrow inch his if he gets off for a second, which leads to annoyed squabbling. She also asks to use his if she wants to go out alone, which means he has to grab hers and chase her down if he decides he wants to join her.I suppose how this will work out is I will end up spending another $60 for a Razor Berry Lux for her, and the Longboard will get used by parents and guests. (We of the shorter variety, because I think if you were say, 5'5 inch the handlebars wouldn't come up far enough on the Longboard. The Lux extends taller.)I just wish I could figure out a way to add an aftermarket loop or hook so the kids could chain them to a bike rack if they rode them to school, the park or the library. These two models don't fold.
Features & Specs
  • Ages 8 years and up
  • Steel T-tube and frame
  • Rigid downtube