Kid Fans of Mario Kart Get a Present From Razor!

Razor introduces the CRAZY CART!

Ah, to be a kid again. Kids in 2013 don’t know how awesome it is to be their age during this time of technological wonder and advancement. They don’t remember a time when the internet wasn’t in homes across the world, Star Wars only had three movies, and video games were all 8-bit. Soon, they won’t remember being able to play Mario Kart only on their Wii because the geniuses at Razor, the same folks that had kids riding ultra-cool scooters a generation previous, have released the “CRAZY CART.”

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Click on the video above to view the Crazy Cart in action!

The device is similar to a go-kart but reduced in size to be able to safely race in a parking lot.  It is shaped much like Mario’s kart and is available in that classic red paint. The weight limit is 140 pounds, so if you are light enough, parents, you too can join in on the fun! The kart is ran off of two 12-volt batteries and can reach speeds of up to 12 miles per hour.

Before you start making cardboard turtle shells to hurl at your kid, be warned. The “CRAZY CART” will set you back $399.99 which isn’t cheap for a kids toy.  Still, if you are a major fan of Mario Kart and you have kids that are fans too, then this should be a must buy.  Even if you can’t ride it, your kids will love it.

Razor is selling them exclusively at Toys “R” Us, so be sure to head over there before they sell out. I’m sure this will be a pretty big holiday item in the future.


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