The PowerRider 360 is a three-wheeled electric ride-on that kids can ride at nine miles per hour. Just turn on the PowerRider 360, place both hands on the handlebars, and press the push button throttle to go. The ride-on has high-performance, dual-inclined rear caster wheels, a welded steel frame with moto-style double-crown fork, folding foot pegs, rubber grips, a hand-operated brake, and flag.
The PowerRider 360 runs on a rechargeable battery and comes with a wall outlet charger. It takes about 12 hours to get a full charge, and that gives you 30 minutes of continuous use.
This electric ride-on is pretty cool and gives kids their own go-kart/electric bike experience at home. Kids will have a blast cruising, spinning, and drifting on the PowerRider 360.
The PowerRider 360 is for ages 8 and up with a 120-pound weight limit. Adult supervision is required, and it's always recommended that kids wear proper protective gear, such as helmets, kneepads, and elbow pads, when riding.
It took us 30 minutes to assemble this ride-on, and the instructions were not always easy to follow. You will also need additional tools, including 8mm/10mm/14mm/17mm wrenches, a Phillips screwdriver, and a bicycle tire pump for Schrader values with pressure gauge.
The recommended maximum charging time for the scooter's battery is 24 hours.
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