Spectrum Spectrum All Surface Scooters 16" P1142177 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/SSW/SSW-W8591.jpg Spectrum All Surface Scooters 16" 1142177 30.47lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Spectrum All Surface Scooters, 16", Price/per set

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Product Description

Price is for per set.

Smooth fun on wheels!
  • Set of six all-surface scooters.
  • 16" molded plastic base
  • Handle protectors save finger crunches!
  • Durable ball bearing casters.


Our set of six all-surface scooters include one in each of our Spectrum™ colors. They feature a 16" molded plastic base with handle protectors and durable ball bearing casters with 4" diameter urethane wheels that provide extra comfort and added durability. Use our Direct-Connect (W8465) Scooter Link to connect these scooters together. Supports up to 250 pounds.
  • UNSPSC Code : 49221500
  • Quantity Per Set : 6
  • Country of Origin : TAI
  • UPC code : 840614130065
  • Recommended Ages : 8 years and up
  • Brand : Spectrum
  • 2016 Big Best Seller : pg 181
  • 2016 Education : pg 229
  • 2016 Recreation : pg 279
  • 2016 Sports : pg 57


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