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Feb. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Razor
USA LLC, innovators of outdoor fun and home of the iconic Razor kick scooter, will unveil their 2013 product line-up at the American International Toy Fair,
February 10-13, 2013 in New York City. The new line features the Kixi preschool ride-ons as well as the electric-powered Trikke E2 for tween thrill-seekers. Razor is known for reinventing classic rides with the latest technology and serious cool factor, and these new rides deliver on that promise.
Occupying Booth #2925 at Javits Convention Center, Razor will display their 2013 product line, in addition to the broad range of Razor rides. Razor's new products include:
by Razor®Everyone knows that preschool-aged children are active and on-the-go. Now, these youngsters can get moving with Kixi, a new line of scooters and ride-ons to call their own. With four unique products to choose from, kids will love the bright colors and fun features, and their parents will love the sturdy construction and high quality from a brand they know and trust - Razor. Kixi rides will boost youngsters' balance and coordination while they have fun and wear themselves out. Parents, rejoice!
Kix™ three-wheel scooterThe Kixi Kix scooter is the perfect ride for preschool kids with a stand-alone, three-wheel design for a more stable ride that helps young riders build coordination and confidence. The extra wide, slip-resistant deck keeps tots on their toes. Ages: 3 and up (maximum rider weight 45 pounds)MSRP:
$34.99Availability: Spring 2013
Scribble™ three-wheel chalk scooterMove over finger paints, preschool art just got a lot more exciting! The Kixi Scribble invites little ones to cruise the sidewalk and color it at the same time. The three-wheeled Scribble is sized perfectly for small children to scoot like the big kids. Parents lock in the refillable chalk bar and kids leave a trail of color behind them. Ages: 3 and up (maximum rider weight 45 pounds)MSRP:
$39.99Availability: Spring 2013
Mixi™ convertible kick scooterSmart parents know a great idea when they see one and the Kixi Mixi is just that. This scooter goes from three wheels to two wheels in a flash, to grow up with young riders. When the child's confidence and ability develop, parents can easily convert from the stability of three wheels to a standard two-wheel scooter. Because, yes, they grow up so fast. Ages: 3 and up (maximum rider weight 45 pounds)MSRP:
$39.99Availability: Spring 2013
balance bikeTraining wheels are so last century. The Kixi balance bike is the perfect two-wheeled bike for active preschoolers. They can walk and roll on a lightweight frame with an adjustable bar, seat and maintenance-free tires. Ages: 3 and up (maximum rider weight 45 pounds)MSRP:
$54.99Availability: Spring 2013
Razor® Trikke™ E2For the older kid thrill-seekers, Razor introduces the next generation of electric excitement – this time on three wheels! The Trikke E2 combines electric power with two cambering platforms for a unique lean-to-carve motion. This ride delivers the thrill of downhill skiing, without the freezing temperatures.Ages: 8 and up (maximum rider weight 120 pounds)MSRP:
$279.99Availability: Spring 2013
Razor® RDS™ off-road dirt scooterNow, scooter riders aren't stuck on the concrete. Off-road riding is the newest trend in scooter riding and the Razor RDS dirt scooter is designed for off-road terrain. Dirt jumps, pump tracks and rollers all get eaten up by the aggressive tires and hard-core aluminum deck. Ages: 8+ (maximum rider weight 220 pounds)MSRP: $249.99Availability: Spring 2013
Razor® Spark™ 2.0Light up your ride! The original Razor kick scooter just got even hotter with the Razor Spark 2.0. With the addition of motion-activated LED lights, a light-up deck and real sparking action, this scooter is hot! Ages: 8 and up (maximum rider weight 143 pounds)MSRP:
$79.99Availability: Spring 2013
Razor always advocates safety and recommends riders wear the proper safety gear, use common sense and check and obey local laws regarding use of any product on public property.