The Razor Jr. line of scooters and ride-ons for young riders also lets kids roleplay as they ride. With the Razor Jr. Zombie Kix Scooter, kids can pretend to be zombies while they ride on this three-wheel scooter. This scooter has oversized, soft-molded handlebar grips that look like zombie hands. The graphics on the scooter's slip-resistant deck match the zombie motif. The stand-alone design helps young riders build coordination, and the tilt-to-turn feature helps them learn to steer.
Preschool kids love to roleplay, and they're always on the move. This scooter lets them do both. This takes a classic toy and adds a popular pop-culture theme for some silly scootering fun.
The Razor Jr. Zombie Kix is for ages 3 and up. There is a 45-pound weight limit.
Assembly is required, and it took us 13 minutes to put together this scooter. We wish the directions had been a little easier to follow.
A Razor Jr. Monster Kix Scooter is also available and sold separately.
It's recommended that kids always wear safety equipment, such as a helmet, knee pads, and elbow pads, when they ride.
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