Razor Kixi Mixi Kids Scooter Review & Toy Fair Preview #vlog

While attending Toy Fair last month, I made sure to stop by the Razor booth to learn about their new scooters and active gear. As a mom of an active little boy, I needed to start learning more about these items before my son hits preteens. Turns out I didn't have to wait till then for my son to start learning to use a scooter.

Razor Kixi Mixi Kids Scooter

Note: I received a product sample for review purposes. I attended Toy Fair as media. No other compensation was received. Views expressed are always 100% my own.


During the Razor Toy Fair preview, I got a sneak peak at the new line features the Kixi preschool ride-ons for younger children. I'll share more about the new line a bit later in this post.

A few weeks after the preview, I received the Kixi Mixi convertible kick scooter (SRP: $39.99) for review. I liked that it started with 3 wheels so my son could learn to balance. Then when he was ready, I could convert it to a 2 wheel scooter. At least that was what I tried to tell my son. I doubt he heard me say any of that.

Razor Kixi Mixi Kids Scooter

My son was beyond excited about getting a scooter and wanted to ride it right away. I was a bit nervous about taking him outside, so I told him he could "practice" in the living room. I figured it would take a few tries before he got his balance.

I was so wrong. My son got his balance very quickly! At which point I felt it best to put on the helmet. After a few more "practice" runs, it was time to take him outside for more room.

Razor Kixi Mixi Kids Scooter

Outside my son rode his scooter up and down in the park. He was so happy. I was surprised how quickly he was able to learn his balance, make turns and actually scoot a few times with both feet on the scooter and not on the ground!

Clearly he was ready to learn how to use a scooter and the Razor Kixi Mixi fit him perfect. The handle bars are soft foam, the step plate is wide enough for his feet, and it's easy for him to ride, turn and use. I was able to ask my son if he liked his scooter in a brief video before he scooted off again. I also show how the scooter's handle turns easily so kids change directions for curves, etc. Check out my video below


I was really impressed with our Razor Kixi Mixi and recommend it or any of the other new Razor Kixi Scooters. The Kixi preschool ride-ons are aimed to boost a child's balance and coordination while helping them be active. For parents interested, here is more information about the scooter in the Razor Kixi line

Kixi Kix three-wheel scooter

Kixi Kix three-wheel scooter - is the perfect ride for preschool kids with a stand-alone, three-wheel design for a more stable ride and extra wide, slip-resistant deck. Ages: 3 and up (maximum rider weight 45 pounds)MSRP: $34.99

Product features include:
  • Three-wheel design for greater stability
  • Sturdy steel, aluminum and plastic construction
  • Patent pending “tilt to turn” feature helps young riders learn to steer
  • Smooth-rolling wheels

Kixi Scribble three-wheel chalk scooter

Kixi Scribble three-wheel chalk scooter - 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. 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: $39.99

Product features include:
  • Three-wheel design for greater stability
  • Sturdy steel, aluminum and plastic construction
  • Chalk bar for little ones to color the sidewalk
  • Patent pending “tilt to turn” feature helps young riders learn to steer
  • Non-toxic chalk included; chalk refills available



Kixi balance bike

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: $54.99

Product features include:
  • Steel and plastic construction with a mono-strut frame
  • Develops bike basics faster without training wheels
  • Center foot rest for coasting in comfort
  • Flat-free airless tires
  • Foam grips

These are just a few of the new scooters Razor is releasing this year. Other scooters include

  • Razor Trikke E2 - combines electric power with two cambering platforms for a unique lean-to-carve motion. Ages: 8 and up (maximum rider weight 120 pounds) MSRP: $279.99
  • Razor RDS off-road 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: $139.99
  • 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: $79.99

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