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Micro Monster Kickboard

Micro Monster Kickboard

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7 reviews

My kind of fun



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Not so scary


I bought this for myself and my husband the micro black so we could join in with our kids 3 & 8 while out and about. I was concerned about balance on a two wheeler. The monster is stable and even I can ride it easily. The turning arc is a little wide as you lean to turn rather than steer. The joystick is also easy to use.


xxxxxxxxNew Plymouth

Monster fun


I purchased the monster for our in school scooter skills programme to cater for students with balance or other physical challenges. The monster has allowed students that would otherwise be watching from the sideline to fully participate and enjoy the thrill of riding. I have given the monster a decent thrashing myself and really enjoyed the handling of this well made scooter.
great build
little diffixcult to manoeuvre for smaller children

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What a great toy....



The hot rod in scooters!


Took my monster down mission bay (Auckland ) over Easter ! Smooth cursing with looks and comments like wow ,cool !
Of course dad has to try and keep up with the kids
This number will manage the mid life crisis !
With out having to buy the Harley !
And ride with the kids ,
Come on dads buy one they are cool!!
Smooth ride !
Quality comes with price ! But worth it



Micro Monster Kickboard


More fun than both my skateboards


Purchased the monster after spending an afternoon on a borrowed one, took to it straight away, my son rode it today after never riding a scooter before and now he wants one too. It is a lot of fun and so easy to ride very smooth and stable, lots of remarks from passersby.
Low centre of gravity and smooth steering makes the board real stable easy to turn highly recommended
It's all good

Questions & Answers

sebastian t.

sebastian t.asked

I’m 40 and I want to buy a scooter to use it with my daughters (7 and 4). Should I get the micro monster or the micro original?

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Micro Scooters
Micro S.Micro Scooters

Hi Sebastian,

Unfortunately I'm not quite sure which model you are referring to when you say Micro Original - do you have a link you can send through for this scooter just so I can advise.

In regards to the Micro Monster - this scooter uses a lean to steer mechanism so you shift your body weight from side to side in order to change the direction you are riding. If this is not something you are used to it can be a little tricky to get the hang of but if you ski, surf, snowboard, skateboard etc then you should have no issues.

The Monsters wheels are relatively small in comparison to some of our adult 2 wheeled models which means they won't absorb the lumps and bumps as well.

However, this scooter is relatively light weight and uses a very simple folding mechanism making it great for putting in the boot of the car or taking on a bus or train.



Is this as quick as a micro deluxe flexible? Also is it more stable and does it break better. Cheers James

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I'd probably say that it's a bit slower, breaking is good but you have to take it steady as it will throw you off if you break too hard. It's not as easy to turn a sharp corner. Is very stable, a lot heavier than a 2 wheeler.

Tan Eng

Tan Engasked

T bar vs pilot steering which is better?

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Hi there Tan ,surprising the stick is really comfortable and provides ample contol and support which a skate board dosn't have .
I have used the kids t bar and preferred the stick
Hope this helps
Regards Zak

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CategoryPush Scooters
Price (RRP)$359.95
Release dateJul 2009

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