Hello Kitty Razor Pocket Mod Electric
So the Hello Kitty Razor Pocket Mod Electric Scooter is exactly that. It's the popular
pocket mod Euro style scooter with the Hello Kitty logo on the front fairing, engine cowling and the base of the
seat. It has a pink and white color scheme. It's a great gift idea for girls or must have for anyone
mad on Hello Kitty items.
More on the Hello Kitty Pocket Mod Scooter
The Pocket Mod electric scooter from Razor is based on the original Vespa scooter
made in Italy just after the second world war. The name pocket mod comes about as it is a miniature version of the
original vespa. In fact it looks a bit different in shape to the original but you get the idea. This miniature
version does not have as rounded a shape as the original Vespa but anyone seeing it for the first time will know
that it's based on this iconic vehicle.
The key aspects of the scooter that make it stand out as a replica Vespa is the front fairing and mud guard
around the front wheel. Also the seat over the engine/cowling and floor boards which make place the rider in an
upright forward sitting position. It's far more comfortable than a standard motor bike.
This Hello Kitty version has exactly the same specifications as all the other models, so it's just the detailing
of the machine that is different.
Key Features of The Hello Kitty Pocket Mod Scooter
The scooter has an electric motor that can delivery speeds of up to 15 miles per hour. This is a good speed for
kids. Although it might not seem fast on paper, children will find it fast enough when the wind starts rushing
through their hair (on this point, remember that a helmet is mandatory when using the machine).
The scooter is well built. This includes 12 inch pneumatic rubber tires that are durable and quite fat. This
gives the rider good stability and shock absorption even when riding on rough or bumpy terrain.
The machine comes with disk brakes that can be applied via a lever on the handle bars (like a standard bicycle
handlebar brake lever). The acceleration of the machine is controlled by a switch on the other side of the handle
bars (right side).
When the scooter is delivered, there are a few things you have to do to get the machine going. The first is that
you have to attach the steering column and handle bars and the front wheel. I guess these are not attached at the
factory as they could be damaged or bent in transit.
The tires also need to be inflated and a foot pump with pressure gauge is supplied with the scooter. Other than
that, you are pretty much ready to go. In the documentation on the scooter, they say it will take about 5 minutes
to put the machine together. With this said, the chances are that you will have to charge the battery before it is
used. This can take up to 12 hours if it is completely flat.
Good Features of the Pocket Mod
One thing that shines through in reviews on this scooter are that the engine is remarkably quiet. For anyone
that has been woken up one early Sundau morning by the noisy racket of a gas powered bike or ride on
toy will be grateful for this. It's also good for the child riding the bike too, as they can concentrate on
riding and not worrying about the noise.
The scooter is easy to maintain and keep serviceable. When the battery charge is running low, simply connect the
supplied charger to the charger port on the seat stanchion and plug into a mains socket. You can do this overnight
and have a fully charged and ready to go scooter the next morning. Charge is said to last 1 hour of constant
Other nice features are the storage space under the seat. The seat is hinged so that it can be lifted up and
there is enough space for a helmet or other items. The scooter also has a retractable central stand so that it can
be parked when not in use.
The manufacturers claim that the scooter can take weights of up to 150 pounds. This pretty much covers most age
groups of children and even their parents in some cases. With this said, the manufacturer recommends that the
machine is for 12 years and up but based on some reviews, children younger than this can ride the pocket mod
Say Hello To Hello Kitty
Hello Kitty is a character that came out of Japan in the early 1970's. It is a cartoon or anime like character
of a white bobtail cat or kitten wearing a red bow. It is a cute looking character that is aimed at young to
pre-teen girls. There have been various TV shows and other media to get children into the character but the main
focus of the brand seems to be putting the logo of the kitten with the bow on all sorts of products. Thus turning
them into a Hello Kitty pencil, purse, toaster or you name it. In this case it is a Hello Kitty scooter.
People can get quite hooked on Hello Kitty items and start a collection. This might start out with small items
like pencils, stationery, bags and items of clothing through to more expensive items. The hello kitty scooter is
probably one of the more expensive items you might want to collect.
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