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Razor A5 Lux Scooter – Red

Razor A5 Lux Scooter – Red

Razor A5 Lux Scooter - Red

  • Recommended for ages 8 and older; 220-pound weight capacity
  • Aluminum T-tube frame and deck
  • Greater performance on bumpy roads and rough pavement
  • Patented rear fender brake for quick stops; folding design
  • Measures 35 by 41 by 21 inches (W x H x D)

Razor A5 LUX Kick Scooter: The legendary scooters that started it all! Shred the pavement, bust out big tricks, or just cruise around town in style. With innovative design, quality construction and cool features, these are the scooters that sparked a revolution. The popular kick scooter comes in a deluxe size and is built for taller riders. With extra-large urethane wheels and a cool profile, it’s the smoothest ride around! The A5 LUX kick scooter is easy to fold and ready to go. No assembly required. Recommended for ages 8 and older and will support a rider up to 220 pounds. Read and understand the enclosed owner’s manual before riding. The buyer and rider of the Razor scooters are responsible for knowing and obeying all local, state, and federal regulations regarding the riding and use of scooters.

List Price: $ 109.99

Price: $ 78.20

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646 of 660 people found the following review helpful

This scooter is a fantastic adult scooter+useful modifications! (legend), March 16, 2016

By HardyHar (Denver, Colorado) –

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LEGEND* (products I review that are absolutely fantastic or have been incorporated to my daily life will be marked with a “LEGEND” symbol)UPDATE 03/22/16 MODIFICATIONS LIST+ADDED PICTUREIn order of importanceIt has:-Adjusted the bottom screw where the deck meets the handlebars to my liking. This along with a piece of Velcro tape on the other side of the screw where deck meets handlebars to minimizes noise+vibration tremendously. I like it JUST when the locking takes a bit of force to lock into place.-hair tie tied against the folding pin, screwed down to the kickstand to minimize vibrations.-Reds ceramic bearings. China one, not swiss. There is no difference. (Ebay because I found it for $35)-“AOR power” headlight tail light set. (Amazon)-local skateshop grip tape. (No more razor symbols, thank god!)-“Gulaki” (Amazon) bike mount-“Mirrycle incredible brass bell” (Amazon)UPDATE 03/21/16 AIR TIRE vs ORIGINAL UPDATEReplacing the polyurethane wheels with air tires isn’t for everyone. If you want to, Google and order the “Micro Scooter 200mm pneumatic” wheel.It is harder to push efficiently and you glide for a lot less. I’ve tried side by side (my gf chose to keep the original PU wheels) with the standard wheels. You do get amazing shock absorption qualities for a smooth ride, though. You can also safely mount a phone mount (on a scooter! what!)ORIGINAL REVIEW:Bought two for traveling around Denver with my gf! (going there end of April, will update sometime in May when we return!)We have been riding it around town until the trip comes around.Just really quickly why I chose scooters, and why I chose THIS one:-Don’t want to be dependent on cabs and waste extra $$$ (can’t bring our cars across the country!)-Portable: you can ride to the train station, or bus station and just fold it up in 2 seconds and take it with you.-Extremely efficient for distances under 1-2 miles. Can go longer and we have. (8 miles)-Costs about a third of the Xootr, with the same functionality. Some little tweaks can make this scooter into a $300 xootr.Tweaks I made:1. Change the bearings. I know a lot of people say that bearing don’t matter. Roll times don’t matter. But I can first hand say that I bought “reds ceramic bearings” the made in China one with the cream colored package (The “Swiss precision” ceramic is simply overpriced for no reason). It rides beautifully.PROTIP: it’s easy to do yourself. Youtube it. Just make sure you don’t over-tighten the wheel back on as it slows the wheel spin. And don’t keep it too loose, as it rattles.2. Fold your scooter. Look by (under?) the front wheel, there is a screw by the bottom, towards the front. When the scooter is unfolded, that screw grinds against the standing platform and makes a rattling noise. Dampen this by taking the fluffy side of velcro and taping it right where that screw touches the bottom of the standing platform. That will dampen the noise and help with vibration.3. I also bought lights for it. Look up “AOR Power® #AR130 LED Bike Headlight and Taillight Set”. It’s an amazing deal as they come with a white light for the front and a red for the back. I’m attaching the red to my backpack when scooting.4. I ordered 200mm AIR filled Micro Kickboard tires. Word is, they fit the Razor A5 lux’s front without modifications, but the back with an extra washer. Good thing I want to put only one in the front of each of the scooters for shock absorption and smooth ride. With the benefit of a harder tire in the back for speed. Having all air tires is a drag. Literally. It takes more effort to push. Will update when tested.I take a lot of time writing these reviews, so I hope you found this helpful! (If you did, there’s a button to let me know!!! ;])

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357 of 373 people found the following review helpful

For a 52 year old secretary it’s kinda like a death wish – but happier, March 25, 2015

By constance cafazza (St. Louis, MO United States) –

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At 52 years old I may have bitten off more than I can chew but in spite of my bleeding ankles and the feeling that I just escaped death while riding this for only .7 miles, I like it! It unfolds right out of the box and is ready to go. The handlebars in the photo are 13inches and many reviewers thought they were too narrow for adult shoulders. The handlebars on this scooter are actually 18 inches and that seems to be more desirable for the average adult scooter enthusiast. So far I can’t switch legs without stopping, I nearly killed myself rolling over a small crack (I’ve learned to pull back a little on the handle bars over cracks) and if I take one hand off of the handlebars, say, to push up my glasses, I wobble and then crash badly. Using this kick scooter really gives the standing leg a tough workout as it is always bent or bending – like posting on an English saddle but using only one leg at a time – unless coasting when you can straighten both legs (ahhhh….muscle relief!) and then just worry about wrecking and dying. I had thought this would be good on sidewalks but now I realize that I have to decide whether to try and maneuver those treacherous cracks or just embrace the smoother street riding and risk my life getting tagged by cars. I know I should wait till I have more experience scooting before I write this review but really, I’m pretty excited about it all. I think it’s a good machine for the price and I’m determined to get better at it. Maybe I’ll add more to my review in a few weeks if I’m not laid up in a hospital covered in plaster.


30 of 30 people found the following review helpful

From 10 min walk in the sweating hot weather to 3 min fun ride, May 23, 2017

By Bo L.Roff-Marsh (LA, CA USA) –

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I am female in 30’s who lives in Los Angeles area. Every Saturday, I have a language class in LA downtown where parking is expensive and some of the street meters are inaccessible due to certain conditions on the streets. The parking structure provided by my school for free is 10 mins walk from the classroom. Walking for 10 mins is easy and nice, but not when you are late or it is filthy hot. It started getting very hot in LA and I have been late to the class for a few times. Then I saw adults skating the kick scooters in downtown on my way to the classroom. To be honest, I have not seen adults skating scooters before.. – or maybe I did not pay attention to. It looked so efficient and did not look awkward for adults.So I got myself one. This one has 20cm wheel, one click folding system, is in silver chrome color as opposed to those blue or pink or graphics, and cheaper than all the others. There’s nothing fancy about this scooter. No suspension, no air wheel.. But that’s about it I don’t think I want to pay $200, $300 for suspension.The first scooter I received had a dent on the deck and the handle was not aligned. Returned. The second scooter I ordered has never arrived. Finally, the third scooter was the one to keep. Razor might need to improve their product quality and shipping process.As soon as I decided to keep this, I removed the “razor” sticker from the handle rod and the grip tape from the deck. I put my own little stickers on the rod and the black paradox grip tape all over the deck except for the small area around the joint. It looks very nice now and has great grip.It takes less than 5 mins now. Had not been for those crosswalks, I could have been three mins. 70% gain in time with $80 investment. I am very satisfied.I also bought a used electric scooter E300 from Razor but found this manual kick scooter is more useful when it comes to a short commute. eScooter is too heavy to casualy load/unload to and from the car trunk. For my 10 min walk, it would add good 2-3 mins just to load/unload and wait for the elevators up and own the parking structure, albeit the actuall ride time will be reduced by a minute or so from the current 3 mins using the manual one.Overall, a great buy for my purpose. and It is very very fun zipping around the streets.

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