Unleash the latest in adorable role-play with the Kitten Kix scooter! Featuring an extra-wide, slip resistant deck with playful design, this “tilt-to-turn" scooter is the perfect ride to help younger riders develop balance and coordination while indulging their creative side. The Kitten Kix features giant fur paws and glittery wheels for the ultimate playtime ride for big adventures and imaginative fun. Ages: 3 and up (up to 44 pounds)
Tiny tykes break out of their shell with the awesome wiggling action of the Twisti Turtle. Simple enough for the smallest riders to master, handlebars move from side to side to get moving. The Twisti Turtle’s eyes follow along as little ones get up to speed on wheels. Ages: 18 months and up (up to 55 pounds)
This beautiful tented carousel is adorned with intricate royal details and opens up to two-feet wide, revealing a dream closet fit for a Princess Pony. The playset features display areas not only for her Change-It-Up Hair™, but for her Mix-It-Up Fashions™, too, making it easy for the Princess Pony to appraise her pony wardrobe and decide on just the right fashion for the royal occasion. The Styling Center, with three mirrors and storage for her hair brushes, jewelry, and Saddlettes™, lets girls add the finishing touches. The Dressing Carousel comes with two Princess Pony skirts, which also dress the windows as fanciful curtains. Awards: 2012 Dr.Toy Best Picks
Cruise the side streets in style with this Euro-style electric scooter from Razor. Featuring a high-performance, chain-driven electric motor and a vintage-inspired body, the Pocket Mod can reach speeds of up to 15 miles per hour-plenty fast enough for a quick trip to the corner store or a fun ride in the country. The scooter also teams a pair of 12-inch pneumatic tires with a rear suspension system to ensure a comfortable ride. Other features include a retractable kickstand, variable-speed acceleration, a padded seat, and a built-in battery that travels for up to 10 miles on a single charge.
Yet another Razor improvement on the classic three-wheeler of the 1970s, the FlashRider 360 turns and drifts on dual inclined caster wheels but adds a Spark Bar. Now kids can spin and spark. Based on Razor’s awarding winner caster trike, the RipRider 360. The FlashRider 360 features a new spark bar lever that engages the sparks to fly. Uses the same compatible spark cartridge that is also found in the Spark scooters and the eSpark. Other features include a large hi-impact front wheel with flat-free tire for easy pedaling and complete control and to dual inclined caster rear wheels. The casters allow resistance-free drifting and spinning action. MLS Light Up Soccer Goal and Ball Set (Franklin Sports) – this soccer set encourages active play even when the sun goes down. Features a goal with glowing edges and a red light-up soccer ball. For kids up to 160 lbs. — As of 04/30/2012 this product had 5 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews on Amazon.com.
A successor to the classic three-wheeler of the 1970s, the RipRider 360 rides like no other—thanks to dual inclined caster wheels. The casters allow resistance-free drifting and spinning action. Includes: Front wheel with pneumatic tire; MX-style handlebar; Rubber grips; Welded steel frame and fork; 3-piece crank; Double crown fork design. — As of 12/16/2011 this product had 4.5 out of 5 stars from 206 reviews on Amazon.com. Pros: Durable; very fun; a smooth ride. Cons: A couple reviewers said the assembly was difficult and there were missing parts; may be slightly too tall for kids who are shorter than average.
This shoe-sized skate simplifies the skateboard concept for on-the-go ease. It features three 64mm urethane wheels, a Grip tec system, weighs 2.5 lbs, and holds riders up to 220 lbs. It can attach to backpacks (clip not included) and comes in red, blue and white.
The Pocket Mod is a classic rider with a new twist — the pink decoration and streamers. Just like the other Pocket Mods, this version carries up to 170 lbs., including the rider and the storage compartment in the seat. It can travel up to 10 miles on a single charge. Launch date: Spring 2009.
The classic scooter design is kicked up a notch with a sparking mechanism to light up the ride. Riders can step on the refillable Spark Bar while riding to blaze a trail of sparks down the roadway. Launch date: Spring 2009.
The Powerwing offers dual-inclined casters that allow turning, drifting and acceleration without ever having to push. Moving one’s body side to side provides the momentum. The three wheels give the Powerwing stability. Launch date: Spring 2009.
Now available in pink, this is one of Razor's speediest scooters, as it can travel up to 15 mph. It carries up to 220 pounds, boasts a “neighbor-approved” quiet motor, and has a detachable seat if kids want to ride it with the power off. Launch date: Spring 2009.
This Daisy model scooter features pink and pearl details, 12” tires and a special under-seat compartment where riders can store their gear. One charge provides over ten miles of cruising distance at speeds of up to 15 mph.
This sports board blends the anatomy of both surfing and snowboarding with an innovative and fun design. It features a cutting-edge kick tail and raised nose, plastic end platforms that rotate independently and are connected by a metal torsion bar for sharp turns and precision moves, polyurethane wheels and traction pads. It is available in red, blue, green, silver and pink, and each comes with an instructional “How to Ride” DVD. — “The best thing [at Toy Fair] was the new Razor skateboard,” Manager Christi Johnson of Magic Box in New Orleans told TDmonthly. “There are twist bars in the middle so you can twist and turn. It’s really fun.”
This design allows full-circle drifting and spinning actions, letting kids cruise with confidence, comfort and style. Its distinctive maneuverability lets kids coast at high speeds. Launch date: Spring 2009.
The Pocket Mod is aimed at young girls with an eye for fashion. Vintage-inspired styling meets high performance with the classic Euro scooter design, featuring: a retro design with step-through steel frame; a fashion-friendly "Bistro" model with pearly sand and vintage green detail; twist-grip throttle for precise acceleration control; large, 12-in pneumatic tires for a smooth cruise; over 10 miles of travel time on a single charge; speeds up to 15 mph; and a retractable kickstand.