Featuring the ability to glide around with minimal effort at the right speed which upholds safety, thanks to its pair of perfectly-sized wheels, the Razor A6 Kick Scooter is the ideal ride to get to places without breaking a sweat.
Transportation has always been an important aspect of a mobile lifestyle. For something so critical, vehicles have become a significant component of everybody’s lives. Literally, the options are plenty. But there is a problem to this notion—not everyone can afford their own set of wheels.
Fortunately, that is only the case if you are looking at a four-wheel drive or an expensive motorcycle. There are also the more affordable options, like a bicycle or a kick scooter, like the Razor A6.
Although both of these options are indeed good, they are not necessarily similar—one would require you to exert more effort to use than the other, with the obvious pointing to the former, which insinuates the idea of putting stress to your core muscles that can subsequently tire you out in the process and even cause you pains.
The Razor A6 Scooter has the exact same number of wheels as a bicycle, but it does not require the same effort of use. As a result, it capitalizes on comfort while essentially delivering on the promise of its design—to get you places.
But there are also other major perks to the Razor A6 Kick Scooter in addition to providing a comfortable ride on pavements.
Extendable Handlebars to Cater for Users of Differing Heights
Gone are the days when a tall person has to hunch his back just to enjoy a stroll around the neighborhood with his scooter. Not only is this kind of posture unhealthy for the average person, using a scooter with your body bended forward is a disaster waiting to happen.
The makers at Razor understand that their demographics are not only always children or teens whose idea alone merits a fixated handlebar height.
In other cases, there are adults in their market as well which suggest a group of people with heights that are typically at their peak which, depending on the geographic, could be at least 5 feet.
Even then, height is also an element nuanced in any certain cohort—some can just be taller than others as a result of unusual growth spurt.
If you talk of tall people in the demographics, it could also be a teen who managed a height of at least 6 feet and yet is still growing, not just an adult who had reached his peak.
For that reason, the Razor A6 is developed to be versatile by enabling an adjustable handlebar height which significantly caters to various users of discrepant heights. With the ability to stretch the handlebar as far as 42 inches, the A6 suits all people, regardless of tallness.
Effortless Navigation Based on Impressive Physical Design
One of the greatest highlights of the Razor A6 is its simplistic design which adheres to tradition and a function which takes into account the best of physics and science we know to date.
What you get, therefore, is an actual tangible product that looks very familiar while at the same seemingly looking, unique in its sophisticated architecture, including the high-class hardware used in its make-up.
Speaking of physical design, this scooter is one intended to not just be durable but also lighter to use, thanks to the brilliant employ of aluminum over the use of steel.
If anything, this means that as far as portability, the Razor A6 is substantially of lesser weight than any other scooter that is made using the conventional commercial steel.
Realistically, while the product is touted to go against rattling, specifically, it did not necessarily eliminate the unwanted shaking from the equation, only mitigated for it not to be much of a concern. Users can therefore still expect some ratting when using the Razor A6, particularly around the headset and fork area.
But, most importantly, what the product boils down to is simply a breezy navigation. Taking advantage of its efficient blueprint, minimal effort—that is, a kick for boost—is only required to get you places.
The idea is so appealing, you would be surprised while you are spending much more time outdoors than indoors, even reaching places you typically would not, recently.
- Frame: Anodized aluminum
- Handlebars: Width 16.75” (425 mm), adjustable-height up to 42” (1067 mm) and anti-rattle folding T-bar
- Grips: Foam
- Downtube: Patent-pending, anti-rattle, folding mechanism
- Deck: Length 13.4” (340 mm)
- Wheels: Spoked, ultra-large 10” (254 mm), urethane with double bearings
- Brake: Rear-fender
- Kickstand: Retractable
- Age: 8+
- Max Rider Weight: 220 lb. (100 kg)
- The adjustable handlebar is a major boon for share users
- Big wheels add to the ease of control
- Designed with portability in mind and easy storage
- Basic design limits the product for just the traditional use
If you are looking for a comfortable and efficient way of getting from point A to point B without either resorting to either driving your own motor wheels or boarding a public transport, the Razor A6 makes for an ideal tool. This is thanks to its easy-to-carry (when needed) design and relative ease of use as a means for transportation.