RazorX Cruiser Electric Skateboard Review (Razor)

RazorX Cruiser Electric Skateboard
What It Is

Give your skateboarding an electrifying kick with the RazorX Cruiser Electric Skateboard. You only need to push off once with your foot to propel the skateboard into motion. And that's it. The skateboard's motor does the rest. 

It comes with a handheld wireless remote that will turn on and off the skateboard. With the skateboard and remote on, use one foot to give the skateboard a kick start while holding the lever on the remote in the "go" position. The skateboard can travel up to 10 miles per hour and has a 40-minute run time from a full battery charge. Use your body weight to steer the deck. To stop, release the remote lever and the skateboard will slow to a stop. The remote has a clip so you can easily attach it to a pants pocket or a backpack pocket for storage when not in use.

The skateboard itself has a 29.7-inch long, five-ply maple deck and custom, reverse kingpin trucks, perforated grip tape, and ground-gripping urethane wheels. The geared, rear-wheel-drive motor features no chain or belt.

Is It Fun?

If you like to use a skateboard to get around, then this electric skateboard might be a good option. Because it's got a motor, you don't have to worry about using your foot to constantly kick off and keep propelling yourself forward. This would be ideal for kids who want to ride around the neighborhood all the way up to college students who want to get around campus.

Who It’s For

The RazorX Cruiser Electric Skateboard is for ages 9 and up with a 220-pound weight limit. It will be a fun new way to get around for kids who like to ride skateboards, and we also think it will be ideal for college students.

What To Be Aware Of

The remote includes two AAA batteries, and the skateboard includes a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. To charge this battery, plug the skateboard into a wall outlet and charge for eight hours before first use and for six hours after subsequent uses.

You can get 40 minutes of continuous use from a full charge, though that might be dependent on use.

Kids should always wear a helmet when riding.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy

    2 AAA batteries required