Razor Dune Buggy

October 25, 2013 - Comment

The Razor Dune Buggy provides the ultimate in electric powered off-road capabilities. Powerful speeds up to 9mph and can carry up to 120lbs ! The Dune Buggy’s specially designed reduction drive is perfect for lower torque climbing and off-roading. 8″ knobby tires and big bucket seat allow for a smooth comfortable ride. Ages 8+Want to

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The Razor Dune Buggy provides the ultimate in electric powered off-road capabilities. Powerful speeds up to 9mph and can carry up to 120lbs ! The Dune Buggy’s specially designed reduction drive is perfect for lower torque climbing and off-roading. 8″ knobby tires and big bucket seat allow for a smooth comfortable ride. Ages 8+Want to give your child a little off-road entertainment? Turn to the Razor dune buggy, the ultimate in electric-powered backcountry cruising. Outfitted with a powerful 350-watt motor designed to reach speeds of up to 10 miles per hour, the buggy is fast enough for serious fun, but slow enough that it won’t compromise your child’s safety. Parents will also appreciate the side roll cage, which creates a barrier between the rider and the outside, and the padded bucket seat, which includes a seatbelt for added security. And thanks to the buggy’s specially designed reduction drive, the vehicle is capable of both lower torque climbing and high torque gearing. Perhaps the coolest feature, however, is the fully electric design, which is not only easy to charge, but requires no fuel at all, runs quietly, and produces no emissions.

Other details include eight-inch knobby pneumatic tires, an active rear suspension, a durable tubular steel frame with diamond-plate floorboards, hand throttle and brake controls, a rear disc brake, and a safety flag. Ideal for difficult tracks and terrain, the buggy supports up to 120 pounds of weight and is suitable for ages 8 and older.

Key Features: For ages 8+ 220-pound weight limit Can reach speeds of up to 10 miles per hour 350 watt motor 8 knobby pneumatic tires Bucket seats with seatbelt Powder coated finish on tubular steel frame Protective padding Diamond plate floorboards Hand throttle and brake controls Rear disc brake Safety flag Vertical storage

Product Features

  • Compact kids dune buggy with powerful 350-watt electric motor
  • Reaches speeds of up to 10 mph; 8-inch knobby pneumatic tires
  • Durable tubular steel frame; padded bucket seat with seatbelt
  • Hand throttle and brake controls; requires no fuel to run
  • Supports up to 120 pounds driver weight; for ages 8 and older

Comments

Just Trying to Help says:

The rest of the story (what they say in the manual that you want to know) I bought this product because my 2 kids (aged 6 and 7.5) want a “little car”. They always wanted a “power wheels” and still do! But I wouldn’t buy one then and I’m certainly not going to buy one now.This product seemed like a good solution – its not as fast as the Razor go-kart – 8mph vs 12 mph. And the idea that it is “off-road entertainment” is very compelling as we have some hard packed dirt paths nearby. I disliked the razor go-kart because it requires the kids to either…

Greg Neville "Proud Papa" says:

So far, the best Razor product we’ve purchased. And we’ve had a few of them. I have read many complaints about Razor and their customer service. Fortunately, my experience has been very positive. This is the fourth razor ride on toy that I’ve purchased and they have all performed wonderfully. My kid’s pocket ROcket is almost 4 years old now, and is still working well on the original battery.ANyway, THIS KART IS AWESOME! In addition to arriving fully assembled, and charged up, this thing does everything it claims. It’s got great…

Sue Dent says:

WoW and WoW! That’s right, WoW! I purchased through a store because I found one nearby that had one in stock. We pulled it out of the box Christmas Morning to find it– COMPLETELY ASSEMBLED! I didn’t break the news to my eager 8 year old son that he’d have to wait all day for the battery to charge. I decided to read the instructions first. The very first line under charging instructions read, if the battery isn’t already fully charged–:o Huh? Why would the battery be fully charged? Curious, I flipped the…

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