Lascoota vs Micro Mini

Lascoota and Micro Kickboard make some of the most popular kick scooters. We have an in-depth look at 2 of their most popular models, the Lascoota 2-in-1 vs Micro Mini – which is the best for you?

 

Lascoota vs Micro Mini – Specifications

 Lascoota 2-in-1 Kick ScooterMini Deluxe
Lascoota 2-in-1 Kick ScooterMini Deluxe
Age Range8+2-5
Unit Weight8.4lbs4lbs
PortabilityNon-foldableNon-foldable
Maximum Weight Load110lbs (seated or standing)110lbs
Wheels2x 4.7" (front)
3.14" (rear)
PU
2x 4.7" (front)
3.14" (rear)
PU
Adjustable Handlebar Height25.5" - 34"17" - 25"
Adjustable Seat Height9.6" - 10.8"N/A
SafetyRear Fender BrakeRear Fender Brake
Weather ConditionsNot suitable for wet or snowy areasNot suitable for wet or snowy areas
FeaturesAluminum Alloy / Stainless-steel parts
Durable plastic frame
Soft handlebar grip
Lean-to-steer
Sit and Scoot option (with removable seat)
Removable seats have 2 height options
Light-up wheels
Anodized T-Tube grip and deck Polyurethrane wheels
Color OptionsBlue
Dark Lilac
Green
Honey
Pink
Purple
Red
Sky
Teal
Yellow
Black
Pink
Red
Blue
Purple
Orange
Ruby-Pink
Warranty90 days2 years
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Lascoota vs Micro Mini – Similarities

 

Neither scooter is foldable

  • Both the Lascoota and Micro Mini are not foldable. However, both can be disassembled quickly for portability and storage.

Both have the same maximum weight load

  • The Lascoota and Micro Mini both have a maximum weight load of 110lbs.

Both have the same wheel sizes

  • The Lascoota and Micro Mini both have 2x 4.7” front and a 3.14” rear Polyurethane wheels.

Both have the same braking system for ease and safety

  • Both the Lascoota and Micro Mini have an easy to use Rear Fender Brake system for safety.

Both the Lascoota and Micro Mini are recommended for the same weather conditions

  • Both kick scooters are not recommended for wet or snowy weather.

 

Lascoota vs Micro Mini – Differences

 

Both have a different recommended age range

  • The Lascoota has a recommended age of 2 to 14 years, while the Micro Mini is at 2 to 5 years only.

Both kick scooters have different weights

  • The Lascoota is heavier at 8.4lbs, while the Micro Mini is at 4lbs.

Both have different handlebar height adjustments

  • The Lascoota has a handlebar height adjustment of 25.5” to 34” from the deck, while the Micro Mini is adjustable from 17” to 25”.

Both have different color availability options

  • The Lascoota is available in either Blue, Dark Lilac, Green, Honey, Pink, Purple, Red, Sky, Teal, or Yellow.
  • The Micro Mini is available in either Black, Pink, Red, Blue, Purple, Orange, or Ruby Pink.

The Lascoota and Micro Mini have a slightly different design and features

  • The Lascoota is made of Aluminum Alloy and Stainless-steel parts with a durable plastic frame. It also has a soft handlebar grip, lean-to-steer with Sit and Scoot option. The seat is removable and adjustable with two height options. Lastly, it has light-up wheels.
  • The Micro Mini has an Anodized T-tube grip and deck with Polyurethane wheels.

Both kick scooters offer a different warranty

  • The Lascoota has a 6-month warranty, while the Micro Mini has two years.

 

Conclusion

Both the Lascoota and Micro Mini offer fun and adventure for your kids, especially for younger children, while promoting active wellness. However, the final choice will depend on your kids’ personal preferences.

There are only slight differences both scooters have and here are some that you might want to consider:

  • The Lascoota is heavier at 8.4lbs. This may be a concern if younger children will use it.
  • The Lascoota’s handlebar height adjustment is higher with a maximum of 34 inches compared to the Micro Mini’s maximum of 25 inches. However, it is important to note that the Micro Mini is made for children age 2 to 5 years old only.
  • The Lascoota is a 2-in-1 kick scooter with a removable seat allowing for the Sit and Scoot option.
  • The Micro Mini has a longer warranty period.