Coordinating Safety Gear with Your Scooter

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Razor Pink HelmetIf you decide you are going to purchase an electric scooter for your child, you will want them to have the appropriate safety gear, especially a helmet.

Elbow and knee pads are also helpful to prevent scrapes, bruises, and other injuries.  The scooters come in multiple colors and you can create a coordinate the safety gear with the scooter for a really cool birthday or Christmas gift for a special child.

The Razor e100 Electric Scooter is the scooter of choice for younger children, starting at age 8 according to the manufacturer, but some parents purchase them for kids as young as 5.  This scooter comes in red, blue, pink, Hello Kitty pink, and Sweet Pea pink.

Razor makes helmets in red, blue, and pink.  They even have one with the Sweet Pea graphic design.  Other companies make many different styles and colors of helmets too.

 

Girls may love Disney Princesses, Dora, or other licensed characters. Boys have a wide range of options, including Transformers, Diego, Spiderman, Cars, Toy Story, and SpongeBob.

The Razor e200 electric scooter is for ages 13 and up.  It comes in a cool green color appropriate for both boys and girls.

Because this scooter is for older kids and even small adults, licensed characters are probably too juvenile.  Solid colored safety gear or edgy, urban graphic designs are a better choice.  Choose something with the same color green in the design.  Bell and Giro make some great helmets with green in the design.

The Razor e300 Electric Scooter has a powerful electric motor that can reach speeds of 15 miles an hour.  It is recommended for ages 13 and up.  The e300 comes in blue and the Sweet Pea pink design.  Blue and pink are actually the easiest colors to find helmets in.  Razor offers helmets that coordinate with the e300 scooter designs.  Many other companies also manufacture excellent choices.

The important thing to remember is for your child to wear a helmet, even if it is not coordinated, every time they ride their scooter.  It is impossible to predict what other people will do or where sidewalks might have holes or be uneven.  Even though the scooters are safe, a child can be jolted off one.

Without a helmet, the child could hit their head on a tree, rock, the ground, a vehicle, building, or other stationary object and suffer a concussion or worse.  Protecting your child’s brain is very important for their future health and happiness.

Coordinating Safety Gear with Your Scooter
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