Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter Adds Color To Your Driveway

Kick scooters are fun.  A kick scooter that lets you vandalize the ground your ride on is a whole lot more fun.  That's exactly what you get with the Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter, which lets you paint a rainbow of colorful lines while you glide along your favorite streets.

The ground-drawn colorful lines come courtesy of a chalk scribbler add-on installed on the back of the two-wheeled ride. Arm it with chalks of your favorite color (heck, try putting in permanent Sharpies in there to make it more interesting) and you can lay color to the road by stepping on the rear-mounted pedal.  That way, you can leave visual cues to the paths you've traveled -- useful when you're new in town and don't exactly know directions yet (at least, that's the excuse you'll give when somebody reprimands you for putting snaking color marks on the ground).

The rest of the Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter is just like most regular kick scooters.  Tube and deck are made from sturdy aircraft-grade aluminum, with 98mm inline-style urethane wheels, ABEC 5 bearings and a rear fender brake that sits in front of the chalk-holding setup.  Of course, the tube can fold onto the deck for easy transport.

You can load the scribbler with up to three chalks at a time (the deck comes with six).  Do note that this is a children's scooter, so maximum weight capacity is limited to 143 lbs.

Ride a scooter, make a mess -- that will be your (or your kid's) new motto with the Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter.  Its now available online from various retailers including toysrus and Brookstone .

6 Responses

  1. Lens

    Wow, this Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter is downright evil! How else does one put into words the naughty intentions of the makers? What sort of spiritual satisfaction are they aiming for, making irresistible products like this to make a mess of the neighbourhood walkways! Ask a kid, they would tell me and heck they would be right. I would do better to delete this link off the history, lest I find myself in the middle of relentless demands from my kids to get them the new age ‘spoil anything that comes in your way’ vehicle, in other words the Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter.

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  2. Graham

    How’s this for leaving a mark of presence! I bet this is going to appeal to the inborn desires of children to let their presence be known. The first image posted with the article does not show the face of the rider, but I can bet my backside that he would have a naughty smirk on his face.

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  3. Franky

    Our club just won the soccer championship the previous weekend, and we were at a loss in the night time trying to find out high impact vandalism moves. Too bad none of us had the Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter at disposal; otherwise we would have painted the town red, quite literally. On a serious note, I would really be surprised if parents were generous enough to let their kids get a graffiti making scooter to create a furore in the neighbourhood.

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  4. Billi

    Stalking the stray dog of the night time would be a lot more fun with the Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter, keeping a track of all the scavenged areas. Also, parents could buy their wandering little one the Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter to keep a note of his latest tracks (of course if he dumb enough to step on the graffiti paddle while roaming about the bar area).

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  5. Greame

    Try a round to the police station with the Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter loaded with the Soviet colours, and then try giving them the ‘so that I don’t get lost on the way back’ excuse. Why doesn’t the man behind this crazy idea try it out? I would buy my kid one if he makes his way back home safely.

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  6. Paul

    The Razor Graffiti Chalk Scooter looks way better than any ordinary scooter to gift your eccentric child for his sixth birthday. There is a sense of style about this thing, even if you leave the rather naughty idea of graffiti chalks out.

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