- 1 year ago
originally posted on Aosom
First of all, this was pretty much exactly what I was looking for (and seem hard to find)... scooters with large tires, which roll better on rough roads and off-road. I purchased 2 of these (as seen in the photo). I liked this model versus others with different size wheels because I felt it would be easier for long term maintenance to have the wheels the same size, and I figured it would ride better. The assembled was pretty straight-forward, but as a kid I tinkered with and repaired my own bikes. I also have a pretty high mechanical aptitude. I can see the assembly being a challenge for many people. So, you may want to ask a friend or take it to a bike shop if you are not mechanically inclined. they came with MULTIPLE stickers that just say "SCOOTER" already placed on the frame. My suggestion to the manufacturer... Save yourself some assembly time and just include the stickers in the box, allowing your customers to choose whether or not to use them. The frame is solid (which is most important). The black rubber/plastic foot plate is flexible, but feels sturdy enough. Overall... My complaints are relatively minor. I have enjoyed riding the scooter and it gives us something to do together that is active and more exciting than just walking. I'm 40 and riding it makes me feel like a kid again (which is a healthy feeling for any adult). I would recommend this scooter.