3 thoughts on “Razor Ground Force Drifter Electric Riding Toy

  1. 135 of 146 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Lots of fun, March 13, 2010
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    RMS (Maine, USA) –

    I just got this for my kids, who are 5, 7, and 14. They love it! The 180 degree turns are fun, but it can also be controlled at slower speeds. My 5 year old isn’t ready to go all out yet, and he uses the throttle lightly for a slower ride. It seems very safe as long as it’s used away from traffic and obstacles. Definitely for paved areas, not grass.

    Charge time is 12 hours, so it can only be used once a day in general. It was 40 degrees F today (about 4 degrees C) and we had it out for an hour. With downtime for changing riders, I’m guessing it lasted for about 40 minutes of ride time. Maybe it’ll last longer in warmer weather.

    It went noticeably slower with the 140 lb. 14 year old riding, but was still fun for him. Razor tends to give age recommendations that seem high. This is probably good for ages 5 – 12. Teens will want something more powerful.

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  2. 165 of 198 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Don’t waste your money, August 23, 2010
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    Momof2 (Memphis, TN USA) –

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    I have mixed feelings about this cart. My seven year old son loves it and he has a great time riding it. My issue is that the chain has been slipping off the motor since the first drive. I have to repair the chain almost every time he rides it. My next issue is the tires, they are terrible! The tires began to shred off after just a week of driving. So far I haven’t found a store that sells replacement tires, it looks like I’ll have to buy them online and pay shipping costs. This cart was far too expensive to have such major problems.

    **Updated**
    The tires were completely ruined after five weeks of driving. The customer support at […] is no help. The only place you can buy these tires is on their website and you will pay $27.99 for the back tires, $16.99 for the front tires plus $13.00 for shipping. And remember you will have to replace the tires every two months. This toy is great fun, but why bother if you have to spend $60 every two months to replace the tires?! Don’t waste your time and money on this kart.

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  3. 62 of 73 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Bought both types – both are great!! but…….., October 1, 2010
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    Robin Gilbert-O’Neil (Livermore, CA United States) –

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    I bought both the ground force, and the drifter – so I am going to give a comparison.
    My boys (6 and 7) prefer the drifter. Being able to spin that thing around really gives added pleasure. Now they don’t want to really ride the non-drifting ground force. One other difference is the drifter is able to turn with a much tighter radius. So that makes it more maneuverable in tight turns from the street to the sidewalk, etc.
    I wish I had just gotten two drifters. However, if I had gotten two ground forces, I bet the boys would have been happy not knowing what they were missing.

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