Madd Gear

Madd Gear Light-Up Z Scooters Scooters

Item No. 16394-00
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Madd Gear Light-Up Z Scooters Scooters


The Madd Gear Lumen Light-Up Folding Scooter is the ultimate rolling lightshow! The fun is endless as you light-up your path in any color or flashing combination you can dream of! The Madd Gear Carve Lumen Light-Up Folding Scooter features an amazing array of LED lights with a whopping 20 different selectable functions! Not content with just three RGB colors, the Carve Lumen features 7 different colors of the rainbow making for one of the most vibrant and fun scooters on the market! The Madd Gear Carve Lumen Scooter features unisex color combinations and is ready for takeoff, ideal for children aged 3 years and up.

Kids can easily select their favorite color and pulsing combination to suit their mood and style. The Carve Lumen scooter has a safe and secure customizable three stage height adjustable eclipse handlebar embedded with bright LED lights. Comfortable non-slip handlebar grips keep hands securely in place, so the fun never ends. The Madd Gear Easy-Fold system makes storage and transport a breeze and is ready to ride in just seconds!


  • Madd Gear Easy-Lock Folding System for Compact Storage and Transport
  • Super-Bright LED Light-Up Deck, Handlebar & Motion-Activated Wheels
  • 100mm Smooth-Rolling Composite Core Light-Up Wheels
  • 20 Different Fun and Engaging Light-Up Modes that Flash, Pulse and Glow!
  • Safe & Easy-to-use Quick-Stop Rear Brake
  • Height-Adjustable Handlebar: Total Height Grows from 27" to 32" Tall
  • Unisex Color Combination.


  • Unfolded Dimensions: 14" Wide x 27-32" Tall x 26" Long
  • Batteries Included: 3 x AA
  • Weight Limit: Up to 165lbs
  • Recommended for Ages 3 Years +
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