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With this scooter, everyone on the sidewalk has to be aware. Kids have turned into Zombies and they are cruising the sidewalks! Preschool kids enjoy role playing and moving. Now thanks to the new Razor Jr. preschool scooter they are able to do both. This scooter is over-sized, has Zombie hands, which allows them to really get into character. Furthermore, its soft-molded handlebar grips not only look like Zombie hands but it has matching deck graphics too. The stand-alone design helps young rider’s build coordination and the tilt-to-turn feature helps them learn to steer.
Razor Jr. Zombie Kix Demo
When the Razor Jr. Zombie Kix arrived all three of my boys loved it immediately. It did have to be assembled but getting it set up was a breeze. All of them wanted to try it but I decided to let my oldest son do this review since he has not reviewed a product on the blog in a while. His experience was awesome and he was amazed with the hands. Even as an adult, I have to admit that this is indeed one cool scooter. I actually wish they had something like this around when I was a kid.
Overall, if you are looking for something to keep the little one’s active outside this summer I would highly recommend the Razor Jr. Zombie Kix as it is sure to keep their attention.
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