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Micro Metropolitan Deluxe Scooter
Metropolitan Deluxe
Micro Metropolitan Deluxe Scooter
Metropolitan Deluxe
Metropolitan Deluxe
Micro Metropolitan Deluxe Scooter
Micro Metropolitan Deluxe Scooter
Micro Metropolitan Deluxe Scooter
Micro Metropolitan Deluxe Scooter
Micro Metropolitan Deluxe Scooter

Metropolitan Deluxe
13+

Regular price $249.99 Save $-249.99
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  • Handbrake operated rear wheel disc brake for superior stopping power
  • Integrated front LED light with constant or flashing mode so you can be seen
  • Smooth, comfortable ride provided by front suspension and large 8 inch wheels that work together to absorb bumps and cracks in the sidewalk
  • Stylish, wide chopper-style handlebars provide additional comfort and easier turns
  • Requires (2) AAA Batteries. Batteries not included.

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Good city ride!

I’d probably give the actual scooter a 4.25 stars, and Micro customer service gives it the extra boost. I got this to keep up with a group of 5 kids ages 4-8 on the mile-long trek home from school. This is my first scooter, and overall I’m very happy with it!

Pros: The suspension is great and the ride is so smooth, even over some pretty brutal city sidewalk conditions. Big 200mm wheels are nice. I like the handbrake and it made the idea of scooting less intimidating, but now that I’ve got the hang of it I feel like I could handle a rear brake. The handlebar has a nice grip. We have two Micro Maxis in our family already and the Metropolitan Deluxe is the same high quality, solid construction. It’s a totally quiet ride - no rattles. I guess this is pretty close to my optimal deck height - any lower and it would scrape, any higher and it would be more strain to reach the ground. It’s easy to adjust handlebar height. I almost never actually fold it up but the system is easy enough. It has a little loop in the front that I think(?) is for attaching a carry strap. It’s also a really good looking thing- it looks more like a very nice adult escooter than a kids’ toy.

Cons: The kickstand is ridiculously puny - difficult to kick open and not really formidable enough to hold up the scooter on anything other than the flattest terrain. While I love how sleek and minimal it is, I think on my next scooter I would prefer a slightly wider deck.

There were no reviews at all when I bought this and I made myself CRAZY trying to decide whether to get it. Like, I read reviews of similar scooters from the Australian and European sites. I’m really glad I did and am trying to convert other cool parents to embracing the scoot, because it’s actually tons of fun. (This might also be a gateway to getting an escooter)

I’ve interacted with Micro customer service a couple of times and been very impressed. I called on a weekend to ask if I was doing something wrong with the kickstand and the person I spoke to was so kind but not near the model, so they suggested I call during the week and someone could possibly even make a video to help me!


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
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R.F.
Good city ride!

I’d probably give the actual scooter a 4.25 stars, and Micro customer service gives it the extra boost. I got this to keep up with a group of 5 kids ages 4-8 on the mile-long trek home from school. This is my first scooter, and overall I’m very happy with it!

Pros: The suspension is great and the ride is so smooth, even over some pretty brutal city sidewalk conditions. Big 200mm wheels are nice. I like the handbrake and it made the idea of scooting less intimidating, but now that I’ve got the hang of it I feel like I could handle a rear brake. The handlebar has a nice grip. We have two Micro Maxis in our family already and the Metropolitan Deluxe is the same high quality, solid construction. It’s a totally quiet ride - no rattles. I guess this is pretty close to my optimal deck height - any lower and it would scrape, any higher and it would be more strain to reach the ground. It’s easy to adjust handlebar height. I almost never actually fold it up but the system is easy enough. It has a little loop in the front that I think(?) is for attaching a carry strap. It’s also a really good looking thing- it looks more like a very nice adult escooter than a kids’ toy.

Cons: The kickstand is ridiculously puny - difficult to kick open and not really formidable enough to hold up the scooter on anything other than the flattest terrain. While I love how sleek and minimal it is, I think on my next scooter I would prefer a slightly wider deck.

There were no reviews at all when I bought this and I made myself CRAZY trying to decide whether to get it. Like, I read reviews of similar scooters from the Australian and European sites. I’m really glad I did and am trying to convert other cool parents to embracing the scoot, because it’s actually tons of fun. (This might also be a gateway to getting an escooter)

I’ve interacted with Micro customer service a couple of times and been very impressed. I called on a weekend to ask if I was doing something wrong with the kickstand and the person I spoke to was so kind but not near the model, so they suggested I call during the week and someone could possibly even make a video to help me!