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Old 11-06-2008, 09:19 AM
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Nextsport Fuzion Electron Scooter

Great for cruising the neighborhood or going to the park, the Nextsport Fuzion Electron features an innovative new folding mechanism and ultra-light, compact design that enables you to take it wherever you roam. Designed for cruising and commuting, this affordable freestyle scooter provides excellent carving sensation and a 360-degree rotating front wheel and handlebar for performing tricks.

But it's also been designed with safety in mind, with its four wheels remaining flush with the ground, resulting in greater stability. Other features include an ultra-light aluminum frame and rear return bushings, custom polyurethane wheels for precision handling and mobility, adjustable handlebar height, and cushioned handlebar pads. It folds down to just 9 inches for easy transport and storage. It's recommended for ages 7 years and older, and up to a 130 pound maximum user weight.


For ages 7+
360-degree rotation
Ultra-light aluminum frame
Unique compact design
Folds to just 9 inches
Rear return bushings
Polyurethane wheels
130-pound maximum user weight

EDITOR'S NOTE: As soon as I removed this from the box my two younger boys were giddy. They'd heard of this new scooter and were so excited to try it out. Didn't take long to put it together and they were off like flash. They twisting and turning maneuvers are quite different than the old standby scooter, one that I think your kids will thoroughly enjoy. The action is similar to the Ripstik Caster Board.
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