Wednesday, January 1, 2014

ROCKBOARD Scooter Review

ROCKBOARD Scooter Review


Transforms from traditional kick scooter to Rock Mode with 1 simple step
Power Plant: Advanced Rockboard Propulsion Technology
Frame Type: Ultra-strong steel box frame & front fork / die cast alu. deck
Wheel Size: 200mm urethane wheels with rigid nylon spokes
Wheelbase: Rock Mode: 27 in. - Kick Mode: 29 in.
Rear Suspension: Spring-enhanced die cast aluminum rear trailing arm
Final Drive: Steel power drive chain
Brake Type: Front brake lever with adjustment / rear band brake
Handlebar Height: Adjustable: 36 in. -- 46.5 in.
Curb Weight: 20.8 lbs. (9.4 kg)
Maximum Weight: 200 lbs. (90.7 kg)
Colors: White / Orange / Blue / Red
Warranty: 90 Day Limited

This two-in-one Rockboard Scooter can provide hours of fun as users transition between two riding modes. Shred the pavement on this orange scooter in Rockboarding mode or quickly transform it into a low-profile kick scooter. This kick scooter features superior strength and durability that can handle a maximum weight of 200 lbs. This Rockboard Scooter sports lightning quick dual-mode action adjustment to easily switch between riding styles. The reinforced handlebars on this orange scooter are adjustable and foldable for compact storage. This kick scooter also features a sensitive brake system constructed of aluminum alloy with a comfort grip. This Rockboard Scooter also includes two 7.9" wheels made of urethane.

My Impression: As soon as I got the Rockboard in I knew it would be fun! I opened the boxes and my nieces immediately rode around all day long on the side walk. It was very easy to to put together. I literally took less than 10 minutes to set up for riding. It comes in the box already put together so the only assembly that needs to be done is to pull it out of the box, raise the bar up and screw the handles in - that's it. The Rockboard has two riding modes. The Rockboard mode where you put one foot on the back and one on the front and you rock back and forth which makes lower chains of the Rockboard move and go faster. The second mode is the Low-Profile kick scooter. You can just push yourself around one foot on the scooter and one foot kicks. You can easily switch between riding styles. My nieces prefer the Rockboard mode of course they love how fast it goes even though it about gives me a heart attack. Don't worry - they have their safety gear on! I think this is just the neatest scooter on the market for Children & Teens.  I think any teen or child would be thrilled to get this as a gift. I know my nieces love it! 

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FTC: I received this products and or products for free or was compensated in return for my honest opinion and review.

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