Crazy Cart From Razor Coming To The UK Market

CRAZY CARTRumours abound that the Crazy Cart from Razor, which won the prestigious  Outdoor Toy of the Year in the US is to arrive in the UK sometime in late summer, possibly September.

Created by Ali Kermani the Crazy Cart was hugely popular across the pond and will doubtless be so in the UK. Only problem over here could be our awful weather, we are limited to the amount of use that can be had from an outdoor toy by the end of summer as by then the rain starts to get cooler than in the summer and few kids venture far from their computer screens.

All that said electric ride-ons and scooters are hugely popular in the UK and with a huge marketing campaign on its way from Re:creation Ltd. It’s certain to be top of Santa’s most wished for list this Christmas.


With a top speed of around 12 mph and 360 degree steering adults and kids alike are going to love Razor’s Crazy Cart although priced at 399.99 US dollars which at todays exchange rate equates to £237.92 it’s certainly not cheap.

If you have a child who, you feel, is just a little to young for a quad or motorbike then the battery operated (included)  Crazy Cart could be the perfect answer for you both and as it holds up to 140lb (10 stones) so adults are not exempt for riding it too!

Recommended for ages 9 and over riders will have loads of fun as they drift their Crazy Cart a full 360 degrees plus they’ll have steering capability for tight turns. It doesn’t all have to be about spinning around as you can also drive and drift forward, backward, sideways, diagonally, and everything in between.


Are you one of many who are eagerly waiting to get their hands on the new Crazy Cart? According to the reviews coming out of USA this is the most fun a kid could ask for. Will the Crazy Cart be in pole position this Christmas – it’s beginning to look like it’ll certainly be way up there!

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