Razor A vs A3

Razor makes some of the most popular kick scooters for kids. We have an in-depth look at 2 of their most popular models, the Razor A vs A3 – which is the best for you?

Razor A vs A3 – Specifications

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Razor A vs A3 – Similarities


Both have the same recommended age range

  • The Razor A and A3 both have a recommended age of 5 years and above.

Both kick scooters have the same portability

  • Both the Razor A and A3 are foldable for easy portability and storage. 

Both have the same maximum weight load

  • The Razor A and A3 both have a maximum weight load of 143lbs.

Both have the same braking system for ease and safety

  • Both the Razor A and A3 have an easy to use Rear Fender Brake system for safety.

Both the Razor A and A3 have the same weather conditions recommendation

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

Both kick scooters offer the same warranty

  • Both the Razor A and A3 have a 6-month warranty.


Razor A vs A3 – Differences


Both kick scooters have different weights

  • The Razor A is lighter at 4.62lbs, while the A3 is at 6lbs.

Both have different wheel sizes

  • While both have Urethane wheels, the Razor A is at 3.9”, while the A3 is slightly bigger at 4.9”.

Both have different handlebar height adjustments

  • The Razor A is at 32.4” to 42” handlebar height adjustment from the deck, while the A3 is at 23.5” to 32”.

Both have different color availability options

  • The Razor A is available in Green, Blue, Clear, Pink, Red, or Sweet Pea.
  • The A3 is available in either Blue, Clear, Green, or Red.

The Razor A & A3 have a slightly different design and features

  • The Razor A has a durable and lightweight Aluminum frame, Urethane wheels, and spongy handle grips.
  • The A3 has an Aluminum T-tube and deck, and a wheelie bar. It also has foam grips and spring-less suspension wheels.



Both the Razor A and A3 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 A3 is a little heavier at 6lbs, which may be challenging to maneuver for younger children.
  • The A3 offers larger wheel sizes, which may be more stable compared to smaller wheel sizes.
  • The handlebar height adjustment for both kick scooters may depend on the height of its user. Those who are taller may find the Razor A’s 32.4 inches to 42 inches more useful for a longer time compared to the A3’s 23.5 inches to 32 inches.