Razor introduces two new electric-powered products at Toy Fair 2016


Razor has taken to the stage at London’s Toy Fair 2016 to reveal a handful of products for the upcoming year. First up, is the new Crazy Cart Shift, which is a refresh from its previous iteration that now includes a Power Core hub motor instead of depending on the usual chain-driven setup. It is powered by a 24V rechargeable battery that is managed by the foot throttle.

Razor states that riders will be able to experience speeds up to 8MPH. This go around, Razor opted to drop the Drift Bar, instead leaving it up to the steering wheel. This cart is rated for ages 8 and older, adults will want to look towards the Crazy Cart XL for a truly comfortable ride. The Crazy Cart Shift is set to launch later this year with a price tag of roughly $355 here in the United States.

Additionally, Razor also announced an electric version of its popular RipStick line of toys. This new model, features a lithium ion battery that is capable of producing speeds upwards of 10MPH. It has a handheld remote that helps control speeds and power. The addition of a battery has increased the weight of the RipStik by nearly 33% over its previous non-electric counterpart.

The new RipStick Electric is set to release this winter with an expected price of $285.

Source: GizMag 1/2

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