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Pocket Mod Specifications

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50"
30"
the pocket mod weighs 59 pounds

59

maximum speed

15

maximum carrying weight

170

battery life

40

minutes
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Editorial Review

In Italy, the scooter is a fairly common vehicle, and with this in mind, Razor has come out with the Pocket Mod, a miniature version of the classic Italian design for girls 13 years young and older. The Mod is presumably for those who've left the Dynacraft Monster High 24V behind them in the rubbish bin, and that in itself is a good thing. The Mod is no pedal or push scooter. It weighs 59 lbs. and can carry 170 lbs. of teenage girl. It runs on two, 12V SLA rechargeable batteries and a high torque, chain-driven motor, which enable speeds of up to 15 mph or 40 minutes of continuous use. It is comprised of a step-through steel frame and 12-inch pneumatic tires. The Mod features twist-grip acceleration, a hand-operated rear brake, a retractable, center-mounted kickstand and under-seat storage.

Unsurprisingly, there is some assembly required to make this one perform. The battery charger is included, and the scooter needs approximately 12 hours to charge. It's available in several colors including the predictable purple and pink although, happily, no skulls wearing bows are in evidence. It has appeal to girls who want to drive like fashionable European women while asserting their independence and to parents who will appreciate the features and reasonable price. It’s little wonder this Razor Mod is such a beloved product.

Most folks in Western society tend to take wheels for granted. From cars to scooters to wheelchairs and bicycles, there are as many ways to get around on wheels as there are people to ride them. But wheeled conveyances aren't just useful, they can be fun too. Take, for instance, the dizzying Razor Power Rider 360, a 3-wheeler that could substitute for a bumper car with all its whirling riskiness minus the safety fenders. However, if one is serious about having their young kid practice riding on tiny wheels, then the Pulse Safe Start is good for a couple of spins.

Razor Pocket Mod | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 5

Pocket Mod Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

I am 72 yrs. old and can no longer get around without terrible pain. This scooter allows me to enjoy the outside and it is small enough that I will be able to use it in...

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My daughter loves this! We purchased this scooter for her 9th birthday and it was a huge hit! She rides it until the battery dies, recharges and then is at it again...

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toysrus.com
Inclination

I love it! I rode it on a trail with my family. It was so fun riding my scooter and enjoying the scenery. It is so easy to use. My mom and I rode it together too...

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amazon.com
Inclination

Bought this for my 9 year old. At first I was worried it would be too fast but she got on it with all her safety gear and loves it. Told me it was the best gift ever!

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bestbuy.com
Inclination

My child has not been off this since christmas day, apart from when it needs charged, a well designed sturdy product that I would highly recommend.

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argos.co.uk
Inclination

Absolutely wicked little bike. I got this for my son's birthday and he loves it. He always wants to go out on it. It's a fast little Scooter. Definitely worth buying.

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argos.co.uk
Inclination

Fantastic kid scooter! My girl loves it. It's exactly what she wanted for Christmas.

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walmart.com
Inclination

Was super easy to assemble, my daughter got hers yesterday and is still learning how to balance and accelerate, she is only eight and I wanted it to be something...

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toysrus.com
Inclination

Purchased for my 12 year old for x-mas. It is sturdy, easy to put together and has enough speed to make it an adventure. She loves riding around the neighborhood.

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bestbuy.com
Inclination

The scooter is very attractive and my daughter is very pleased. I would definitely recommend this to any parent looking for a safe riding toy for child that already knows...

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walmart.com