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LI kids review RazorX Cruiser Electric Skateboard

Kidsday reporters Nick Gonzalez, left, and Nick Beeker

Kidsday reporters Nick Gonzalez, left, and Nick Beeker test out the RazorX Cruiser Electric Skateboard. Credit: Newsday / Pat Mullooly

We were able to test drive RazorX Cruiser Electric Skateboard. The skateboard is powered by an electric motor and a handheld remote, which changes the acceleration. Here is what we thought.

The style of the board was pretty cool. The grip tape was unique and the board itself had cool colors. We found the size of the board to be a bit long for our taste, and we weren’t able to balance properly. We liked that we were able to make it go really fast, but we found it very difficult to control when we started playing with this, so be careful!

We liked the remote to control the speed, but it was difficult to handle. We think a regular skateboard is a better option because you can control your own speed. We like the style design, but we found speed and safety to be a challenge.

Jillian Cagno and Deirdre Greenwald’s fifth-grade class, Tuckahoe School, Southampton

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