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My son showed me the video for this and I was skeptical that it would preform the way it appeared to online. However, it is exactly as described and super fun! He wishes the battery lasted longer but he cruises around our cul-de-sac for about an hour or more before he has to plug it in. My 3 year old wants desperately to ride it but it goes too fast for him to control safely.
We have two of these for our grandkids, 6 and 4. These things get a workout every weekend. Well made and pretty fast. They scare me watching the kids ride but the kids absolutely love them. They wear helmets because you can tip them over. Anyone who complains about the sturdiness of these is insane.Update: we now have three of these. Two of them we have had for about a year. Still work like the day we took them out of the box. How sturdy are they? I have had to tell the adults, 180 lbs or more, to get off them because they are way too heavy. But none of them have broken even with that weight. The only minor downside is that you have to ride them on smooth surfaces. Gravel or asphalt makes for a very bumpy ride, even for the kids. Ours just get off them and walk instead.
We bought 2 of these (for half the price that they are selling now) for our kids for christmas. They were 5 and 8 at the time. They have been driving powerwheels and bumpercars ect for years and after a few times on the Powerriders they were pros. The younger had a hard time reaching the foot pedals so we put a blanket behind him for a booster. The battery has been resilient. It charges quickly and has a decent amount of riding time. My only complaint is that they are pretty heavy and awkward to pickup therefore I have yet to find a good way to store these. They take up an awkward amount of space in the garage. Anyone solve that?
Hi I am 9 years old. This is my bike I got for xmas- it is awesome but it can be poopy because it has to charge for like 12 hours to fully charge. You get like an hour of riding it before it dies. It is fast but the weight limit is like 107 pounds because it is real slow with my 12 year old big sister on it.
Super awesome! Came fully charged and ready to go after a quick and painless assembly. My son is 6 but is too big for a hotwheel. This was our answer to the problem, and it was well worth it. I weigh 210lbs and it pulls me, though it's not comfortable to ride in being my size. I imagine my son will get many years of fun out of it!
These things are amazingly fun. Bought two of them for our twins 9th birthday. They play on them every day. Surprised they last on a charge as long as they do. Reviews were poor when it came to play time (20-30 min) but these usually last about an hour or so. Our kids are fairly small for their size so maybe that helps. It zips them around quickly and they have a blast. Much safer than the two wheeled scooters and way more fun to play with I think. Definitely glad we bought these
I bought this for my 8 yr old because the crazy cart by razor was too expensive. Best idea i had. He LOVEs it. Even our 5 year old daughter rides it. She loves it. My son drives it about 3/4 of a mile to the park. Rides around for about 20 minutes, Rides back home, and battery is still charged. (i use his razor skate board scooter with him)I thought the wheels in the back were going to make it a rough ride. I rode it myself to test and i don't feel any bumps. It does ride pretty fast. so the kids should be careful when they whip around and do a 360. My kids have tipped over but haven't gotten hurt.The break on the handle bar is awesome. Breaks quickly and on contact. The frame is super sturdy (tough) The seat is plastic but comfortable. Kids haven't complained. I haven't notice discomfort when I've ridden.I love this Razor. Excellent job.
My son is 6.5 and he LOVES this!!!! My older kids (10&12) like taking turns on it too! I even got on it once!
My 4 and 7 year old sons love their new Razor Power Rider 360. They are quite to remind me of the proper name since the 7 y/o has a regular Razor and the electric Trikke also. Both spin like professionals after two days of riding. The 7 y/o day one; 4 y/o day two spinning like he's been riding for years.The low profile helps to ease my mind with the 4 y/o since he is prone to tipping it over. He laughs every time he tips. I will say it is very hard to tip if you are not trying to do it on purpose.At first I was worried about the speed especially for the little one, but he never goes that fast, he is only interested in spinning.The only down side is a short battery life which right now only effects the big one since he rides faster and spins harder. So I make sure the other one (Trikke) is charged or his bike is handy if we are going to the park.Really great buy and reasonably priced. A great deal cheaper than the Power Wheels police car the little wanted. PLUS a while lot more fun.