Get it by Monday November 27th by choosing the expedited option during checkout.
Compatible with the Razor Spark scooter
Two pack replacement Spark cartridge
Containing 5 flint pads
20% more sparks than other brands on the market
Recommended for ages 8 and up.
Imported from USA
This is a pair of replacement spark cartridges for the Razor Spark, a scooter with a foot-controlled mechanism that
creates real sparks while you ride. The cartridges are black and metal, and according to the manufacturer they produce
20 percent more sparks than other brands on the market. This product measures 6 inches by 4 inches by 1.5 inches and is
recommended for ages 8 and up.
Razor warranties its electric products to be free of manufacturing defects for a period of 90 days from the original
date of purchase. This limited warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, tires, tubes or cables nor any damage,
failure, or loss caused by improper assembly, maintenance, storage, or use of the product.
This limited warranty will be void if the product is ever used in a manner other than for recreation, modified in any
way, or rented. The manufacturer is not liable for incidental or consequential loss or damage due directly or indirectly
to the use of this product.
Founded in June 2000, Razor USA, LLC is a privately held company based in Cerritos, California and holds the worldwide
rights to the Razor® brand. Home of the wildly popular Razor kick scooter, Razor has other scooters like the E100, E200,
and E300--all electric scooters. The cutting-edge line of Razor products also includes the Dirt Rocket, Pocket Mod,
Pocket Rocket, Ground Force, a line of electric powered ride-on toys, and a junior line of scooters. Razor also offers
an action video--RVM--featuring Team Razor (pro scooter athletes ages 9 to 20, who tour the world participating in
demonstrations and competitions). Razor has numerous awards including Toy Industry Association's Toy of the Year, and
Toy of the Year honors from TIME, Parents, Parenting, Sports Illustrated for Kids, Nick Jr., and U.S. News & World