Upgraded sparking scooter that offers 50% more sparks than the original Razor Spark Scooter
Foot-controlled, detachable Spark cartridge
Aircraft-grade aluminium frame
Full-length grip tape for superior traction and control
Includes bonus refillable Spark cartridge!
Folds for storage.
Adjustable handlebar height.
Size H22, W63cm.
Maximum user weight: 50kg.
For ages 8 years and over.
Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
Protective equipment (helmet, knee pads and elbow pads) should be worn, not to be used in traffic.
Delivery information - Ordered before 3pm
Part of our extended internet range. Available for home delivery or can be reserved to pick up in store, if you place your home delivery order by 3pm, we aim to deliver to your home by the end of the next working day
* Please note item 3950982 has previously been on sale at 62.99.
Prices correct as displayed but are subject to change
Grandson's birthday present
I did have my reservatioins as to how robust this scooter is , however , my grandson loves it and he plays on it daily , and it seems to stand up very well to nine year old treatment . Overall , I'm happy with this purchase .
11 February 2014
My son asked for this as his friend had one - mainly because of the sparks ! He is really enjoying it and it folds easily so great to take on holiday.
08 January 2014
Good sturdy product.
My six year old son had this for Christmas and locves it. The spark feature is very effective and the product comes with a spare flint cartridge (further cartridges can be purchased from companies on line). Very happy with this.
18 January 2013
razor sparks is cool
I have read reviews and was a bit concerned about this but the scooter is Fab. Bought for my 7 years old sons birthday. The sparks are impressive especially if ridden when getting dark. . There was no problem with safety stickers as other writers have put. Yes , I can see how younger riders could get confused with spark bar and break but would soon get use to that.
I wouldn't worry about the spark pad wearing down too much either, all is fine so far.
09 October 2012