If you’re looking to go all out on the Christmas present front this year you might well have your eye on the Razor Crazy Cart for your child. I can categorically state now that it’s a great choice! Today I’m doing a Razor Crazy Cart review so you can find out all you need to know about this amazing toy.
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Our Razor Crazy Cart review – worth the money?
First of all let’s look at what the Crazy Cart from Razor is – it’s a go kart that is powered by a battery that allows for some crazy fun. You can drift, spin or simply drive it like a go kart. The cornering is amazing and it feels like it’s a great speed for kids – high enough to provide a thrill but not too high that it will cause any serious accidents.
Check out what the cart can do in the video below:
How fast does it go?
Watching the video above you might be wondering just how fast the crazy cart goes – it looks pretty quick! It does speeds up to 19 km per hour which sounds pretty fast but I think is a good range. The age range that this is aimed at really do want a bit of a thrill!
Drifting, cornering and spinning
The fun comes not just from the speed but from the ability to drift the cart around corners pretty fast. You can spin, drift and corner hard by using the drift bar and 360 degree steering capability through the steering wheel so you can do those tight turns.
Features and Specs
- Ages 9+
- Max weight – 64kg
- up to 40 minutes of continuous use on a full charge
- Recharge time – up to 12 hours
- Drift bar to control drift, spins and cornering
This is a seriously fun product and if you have thrill seeker type children they’ll typically love the added electrical boost to their drifting. It is for more older kids and obviously you need to have a safe place to play with it but a skate park or flat tarmac surface is great so if you have one of those nearby you’re sorted.
It is definitely on the more expensive side for a toy like this but the fun that can be had it’s definitely worth it. The fact that it’s designed for older kids (and adults – try getting them off it once they have a go!) is great too – there’s precious little toys that are really good for this age range so it’s great to have something that they will enjoy.
What about for younger kids?
If your kids are a little young for the Razor cart but you’re looking for something of a similar vein then definitely check out the Junior Lil Crazy Vehicle which is a much more sedate 2 miles per hour speed and is suitable from ages 3 upwards – full review coming soon however check here for more information.