This product is still a good time even if you can’t mount our cup holder to it:
Choosing the best Razor scooter from the many options available for purchase depends on who will be riding it, where it will used, and how much money is available to spend on the scooter. Since their release in the late 1990’s, the scooters have seen primary use as a children’s toy, but have also found uses by adults – both for sport, and in the corporate world for quick indoor transportation. While Razor first released the scooter in its traditional basic kick powered form, it is now available in a variety of sizes, colors, styles, and power options (just like wheelchair accessories).
The base Razor, the A model, is the entry level scooter that is best suited for young children 5 and up, as its weight limit is 143 pounds. For those kids that may play rougher and put more stress on the frame, there are the A2 and the A3 models, which have the same weight limit but feature additional options such as wheelie bars for tricks, and improved front suspension. Compared to the A2, the A3 has larger wheels and high speed bearings.
If the Razor is going to be used by adults or older children, there is the A5 Lux Scooter, and the Pro Model, both with weight limits of 220 pounds, and recommended for ages 8 and up. The A5 Lux has even larger wheels than the A2, and an improved aluminum frame. The Pro Model also has an enhanced frame, uses aircraft rated aluminum, and has additional head clamps for improved strength. In addition to the structural changes, the Pro includes thicker foam grips and full grip tape to aid in sport usage of the scooter. The models generally increase in price along with increased options, with the least expensive choice being the A model, moving up to the A5 Lux, with the Pro Model currently being in the same price range as the A3.
The A and Pro Razors are all kick powered, but Razor does offer scooters that are electronic, with varying option packages and weight limits (still no mounting for our drink holder though). Along with power choices, Razor also has scooter models in a variety of colors and styles. The Sweet Pea line of scooters has many of the same model options available decorated in pink and purple. There is also the Graffiti Scooter, and the Cruiser Scooter, which have different design graphics and board material options. Whether for children, adults, for work or play, Razor offers a variety of choices to ensure the purchase of the perfect scooter for many uses and needs.