Stunt scooters are definitely popping up in skate parts everywhere. The impressive tricks and incredible tricks are something that kids and adults alike appreciate. However, it can become a difficult task deciding which stunt scooter to buy if your kid begins to develop interest in them.
What is more, it can even be dangerous to send flying down ramps with an unreliable scooter. And to be frank the Albott pro scooters is an example of an unreliable scooter you SHOULD avoid buying!
Our Experience with Albott Pro Scooters
Here are the key points on why you shouldn’t purchase Albott Pro Scooters Stunt Scooter:
Customers have been complaining about having loose handlebars that keep on misaligning with the front wheels. There was also a review of them dangerously snapping in half while riding, making it very alarming. It can cause severe injuries to kids. Be cautious when purchasing a scooter with similar bad reviews from customers. It’s likely to happen to you as well.
The front wheels have a way of misaligning even while riding down a ramp. The bearings and the fork that clamp it together have a design that loosens after a few uses. Customers claimed to only use the scooter a few weeks after buying before the front wheels started coming loose. They had to keep on screwing it tight every after use, but it still makes the scooter very risky to use.
Other than users mentioning a constant loosening on the front wheels due to its fork and bearings, there have also been a few comments on the scooter’s spacers and back wheels. The back wheels shake after a few uses, making it very difficult to steer and control, even after tightening them.
As a result, the breaks also can’t clutch the back wheel properly due to its continuous shaking. Reports have said that both the front and back wheels often break or crack when doing tricks. Definitely, not the best option for a “stunt scooter.”
Reviews say there have been experiences of the deck being unstable, especially for grinding. Being a so-called “stunt scooter,” this can be a disappointing issue to have. The features say that the scooter is best for kids ages 8 and above, but most older kids experience the most problems with the scooter. It may be lightweight, but “sturdy” or “durable” doesn’t exactly fit the description.
Seeing that the handlebars and front wheels easily break or loosen after a few weeks of use, it is safe to say the manufacturers used low-quality materials for the scooter. The scooter may look cool and elegant, but it’s best not to be immediately drawn by the book through its cover. It’s best to scroll through the internet for reviews of a scooter before immediately buying one.
Reviews for the Albott pro scooter have been consistent – handlebars that bend easily and lose wheels that always misalign. With these experiences, customers are bound to complain and ask for a refund or a replacement scooter. However, there have also been complaints of unreliable, unresponsive customer service. Although this may not always be the case, there are still instances that customers experienced this.
- Type: Pro Stunt Scooter
- Max Loading: 220lbs(100kg)
- Height: 32.3in(82cm)
- Handle Grip: TPR
- Clamp: Alu Triple Scooter Clamp
- Wheel: 85A PU+PC 100x24mm
- Deck Size: 19.3×4.2in
- Brake: Steel Flex Brake
- Age: 8+ Years Old Kids, Teens, Adults
- SCOOTER WHEELS & DECK - The high resilience durable 3.9”(100mm) wheels are made of PU + PC and can provide you a softer landing. 19”L x 4.2”W matte deck with cool pattern will help beginner rider get a wider room and learn stunts more safely.
- SCOOTER BAR & FORK - Can be rotated 360°handlebar makes some cool stunts easier for entry level and beginner riders. Steel fork and ABEC-7 bearings allow a stable and smooth riding. Rubber grips provide soft and comfortable grip when sliding.
Albott has to check and review their scooter design, or they will quickly lose customer credibility. The consistent scooter errors pose a significant threat to the safety of the rider. It contradicts its title of being a “stunt scooter” since the issues mentioned above often happen even when not doing tricks. It can be quite problematic if your kid is a big risk taker and uses this scooter in the skate park.