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Razor Pocket Mod Sweet Pea 24 Volt
Razor Pocket Mod Sweet Pea 24 Volt
Razor Pocket Mod Sweet Pea 24 Volt
Razor Pocket Mod Sweet Pea 24 Volt
Razor Pocket Mod Sweet Pea 24 Volt
Razor Pocket Mod Sweet Pea 24 Volt
Razor Pocket Mod Sweet Pea 24 Volt
Razor Pocket Mod Sweet Pea 24 Volt
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Razor Pocket Mod Sweet Pea 24 Volt

Regular price $329.99
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  • Max speed 15 mph
  • Battery life Up to 40 mins
  • Ages 13 and up
  • Max weight 170 lbs
  • European Flair and American Design – A vintage-inspired electric scooter for riders age 13 and up, with a maximum weight of 170 lbs (77 kg)
  • Authentic Styling – With its padded seat, twist-grip throttle control, and hand-operated brake, the Pocket Mod provides a scaled-down Euro-style scooter that looks and feels like the real thing
  • Electric-powered Fun – The high-torque, chain-driven motor boasts speeds up to 15 mph (24 km/h) with up to 40 minutes of continuous ride time on a single battery charge
  • Built-in Storage and Stability – The secret storage compartment under the seat makes it easy to carry your essentials with you, and the dual kickstand keeps everything upright
  • Color Match Your Style – With many color variations available, personalize your ride with the shade that best suits your vibe

Specifications

  • Speed: Up to 15 mph (24 km/h)
  • Run Time: Up to 40 minutes of continuous use
  • Motor: High-torque, chain-driven
  • Throttle: Twist-grip
  • Brake: Hand-operated, rear
  • Frame: Steel
  • Fairings: Shatter-resistant plastic
  • Grips: Soft, rubber
  • Wheels: Spoked with 12” pneumatic tires
  • Kickstand: Retractable, center-mount
  • Storage: Under seat
  • Battery: 24V (two 12V) sealed lead acid, rechargeable
  • Includes: Battery charger
  • Sweet Pea: Includes bell and streamers
  • Age: 13+
  • Max Rider Weight: 170 lb (77 kg)

Features

  • Vintage-inspired scooter with chain-driven electric motor and includes a storage compartment under the seat
  • Twist grip throttle acceleration reaches speed of up to 15 miles per hour
  • 12-inch pneumatic tires for smooth and comfortable ride


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Average Rating: (5.0) out of5stars A Really Nice Kids Scooter

It was easy to put together, just the handlebars and front wheel had to be assembled. After charging up it ran perfectly. Looks great, it's quiet and pretty quick. My 7 year old is a perfect size for it. She was a little cautious of the speed at first, but she got used to it quickly. She loves riding it ! As a motorcyclist myself, I recommend getting a real motorcycle type helmet instead of just a bicycle one.

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Darling Scooter but steering wheel is a bit tricky to install

I bought this item after it had been returned by someone, so naturally I was curious about why it had been returned. I think I've figured it out: Unlike the no-brainer installation of the steering bars on the Razor MX350 Dirt Rocket Electric Motocross Bike that I bought a couple of weeks ago, the installation of the steering bars on this little scooter is a bit tricky. But don't give up!! It's the cutest little scooter once assembled, and the assembly takes less than 30 minutes.

Please note the following: the black plastic casing at the bottom on the steering pole should be removed before inserting the pole; the purported red line indicating the "Safe Zone" on the pole may be nonexistent, so just look for the "Safe Zone" etching on the pole; the pole goes down pretty far into the front of the scooter rather than sitting up somewhat high like regular handlebars; and you may have trouble, as I did, fitting the steering pole down into the receptor pole located inside the front "tower" of the scooter. IF YOU DO HAVE TROUBLE INSERTING THE STEERING POLE FAR ENOUGH DOWN INTO THE INTERIOR RECEPTOR POLE, I.E. IT APPEARS TO BE HANGING UP ON THE RECEPTOR POLE, simply unscrew the screws holding the white panel in place on the front steering "tower," gently pull the white panel toward you a little bit, peer into the inside of the tower so you can see how to lower the steering pole into the receptor pole, and then reinsert the screws after you've inserted the steering pole properly. This may sound difficult, but it's not. I'm a 63-yr.-old grandmother, and if I could do it you can too!


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