Micro Sprite vs Razor A

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

Micro Sprite vs Razor A – Specifications

 Micro Sprite Kick ScooterRazor A Kick Scooter
Micro Sprite Kick ScooterRazor A Kick Scooter
Age Range8+5+
Unit Weight5.5lbs4.62lbs
PortabilityFoldableFoldable
Maximum Weight Load220lbs143lbs
Wheels4.7" (front)
3.9" (rear)
Urethane
3.9" Urethane
Adjustable Handlebar Height22.5" - 34"32.4" - 42"
Adjustable Seat HeightN/AN/A
SafetyRear Fender BrakeRear Fender Brake
Weather ConditionsNot suitable for wet or snowy areasNot suitable for wet or snowy areas
FeaturesLightweight
Aluminum T-tube and Deck
Easy folding mechanism
Kickstand
Aluminum Frame
Urethane Wheels
Spongy Handle Grips
Color OptionsBlue
Purple
Red
Green
Blue
Clear
Pink
Red
Sweet Pea
Warranty2 years6 months
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Micro Sprite vs Razor A – Similarities

 

Both have the same portability

  • Both the Micro Sprite and Razor A are foldable for easy portability and storage.

Both have the same braking system for ease and safety

  • Both the Micro Sprite and Razor A have an easy to use Rear Fender Brake system for safety.

Both the Micro Sprite and Razor A are recommended for the same weather conditions

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

 

Micro Sprite vs Razor A – Differences

 

Both have a different recommended age range

  • The Micro Sprite has a recommended age of 8 years and above, while the Razor A is best for kids five years and over.

Both kick scooters have different weights

  • The Micro Sprite is slightly heavier at 5.5lbs, while the Razor A weighs 4.62lbs.

Both have different maximum weight loads

  • The Micro Sprite has a maximum weight load of 220lbs, while the Razor A is at 143lbs.

Both have different wheel sizes

  • The Micro Sprite has a 4.7” front and a 3.9” rear Urethane wheels, while the Razor A has 3.9” Urethane wheels.

Both have different handlebar height adjustments

  • The Micro Sprite’s handlebar can be adjusted from 22.5” to 34” from the deck, while the Razor A has a range of 32.4” to 42”.

Both have different color availability options

  • The Micro Sprite is available in either Blue, Purple, or Red.
  • The Razor A is available in either Green, Blue, Clear, Pink, Red, or Sweet Pea.

The Micro Sprite and Razor A have a slightly different design and features

  • The Micro Sprite has a lightweight Aluminum T-tube and deck. It has an easy folding mechanism and a retractable kickstand.
  • The Razor A has a durable and lightweight Aluminum frame, Urethane wheels, and spongy handle grips.

Both kick scooters offer a different warranty

  • The Micro Sprite has two years, while the Razor A has a 6-month warranty.

 

 

Conclusion

 

Both the Micro Sprite and Razor A offer fun and adventure for your kids 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 Razor A’s handlebar height adjustment is higher by 8 inches at 42 inches than the Micro Sprite’s maximum of 34 inches.
  • The Micro Sprite has a heavier maximum weight load of 220lbs, making it more suitable for your child as they grow.
  • The Micro Sprite has a longer warranty period.