Hangup Outlaw III Kids Stunt Scooter - Green
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The Hangup Outlaw III Scooter is the true beginner mini stunt scooter for kids getting their first true "stunt scooter".
It's 1 piece bar and deck, makes it ideal for first time stunt scooter riding for tricks and jumps. The materials used in the scooter itself have been built for strength and to withstand the beating a new rookie rider gives it when learning.
Due to it's setup is perfect for speed and control for any beginner rider.The bright colorways are also a nice add on for any kids scooter.
Key Product Information:
- Suggested Ages: 4-8 years
- Full Scooter Height (top to bottom): 69cm
- Bars Spins 360 Degrees for Tricks
- Total Scooter Weight (estimated) 3.1kgs
- Scooter Type: Fixed 1 piece Stunt Scooter that's not foldable, with fixed handlebar size (can but cut down after purchase)
- Bar Height: 450mm
- Bar Width: 435mm
- Deck Length - 490mm (19.3")
- Deck Width - 113mm (4.45")
- Fully Integrated
- 100mm Wheels
- Threaded Compression
- Chrome Steel Bars
|Bar Material||Aluminium Alloy|
|Delivery Option||Under £40||Over £40|
|Amazon Shipping 3-5 day||£2.95||FREE|
|Amazon Shipping 1-2 Day||£4.95||£4.95|
Rest of UK
|UK Off Shore Islands||2-3||£5.95|
International Delivery Information
We offer worldwide delivery. This takes 3 to 5 days for most of Europe and is often free with orders over €80.
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We warranty all orders for genuine manufacturing defects up to 30 days from delivery (not damage caused through use). If any issues arise after this time, warranty cover will be passed over to the brands & suppliers we work with. Full details on the warranty period/conditions etc.
Please note, any scooter or other products sold that used in an extreme manner or at a skate park, have limited warranty cover due to the nature of use they are put through. To raise a warranty claim just contact us, with your order number, details of the fault and a photograph/video of the issue to provide sufficient evidence.