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Razor Turbo Jetts Heel Wheels - Black/Red - £40.99 @ Argos / Ebay
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Razor Turbo Jetts Heel Wheels - Black/Red - £40.99 @ Argos / Ebay

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Clearance with a 12 month Argos guarantee

Warning: It is illegal to ride electric scooters on public roads, pavements, or cycle paths. They are intended only for use on private land with the owner’s permission.


Give your trainers an electric-powered boost! Step into the quick-click frame and tighten the strap, then glide on as these hands-free, electric, motorised heel wheels as they take you to new heights of fun at speeds up to 10 mph(16km/h).

General Information:

- Features 50 mm urethane wheels with sealed bearings.
- The 80-watt, geared-drive motor delivers a steady ride, allowing riders to control the action with their preferred foot.
- Powered by a 12-volt, lithium quick-charge battery pack.
- The motor automatically kicks in with an integrated, pressure-sensitive power control system.
- The heavy-duty polymer click frame with a hook-and-loop strap provides an easy, secure fit.
- Shoe size: Universal fit junior 11 to Adult 11.
- Maximum user weight: 80kg.
- For ages 9 years and over.

WARNING(S):


- Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
- Only for domestic use.
- To be used under the direct supervision of an adult.
- Protective equipment (helmet, knee pads and elbow pads) should be worn, not to be used in traffic.
- Warning! It is illegal to use this vehicle on public highways (roads/pavements): only to be used on private property with the owner's consent.
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you won't be allowed to wear shoes again for 3 years if the plod catch you
I'm confused...

"Warning: It is illegal to ride electric scooters on public roads, pavements, or cycle paths. They are intended only for use on private land with the owner’s permission."


But, this isn't a scooter... Someone should hang on to the back of a car and travel down the motorway with a ghettoblaster playing 'Back in Time' to see what happens

"Not suitable for children under 3 years old." ..."For ages 9 years and over."

So 4 - 8 years of age appears to be a bit of a grey area lol

"Only for domestic use."

??? Eh..?? So you're meant to use these inside your home? I can imagine people flying through their second storey windows and then carrying on down the street all the way to the motorway
It seems I’m too heavy for these and what with all the McDonald’s offers there’s no chance of slimming down for them either. However if I ignored the weight limits and used them anyway I’d get to McDonalds even quicker and more easily!
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deleted2385492
you won't be allowed to wear shoes again for 3 years if the plod catch you
8gb video card is also included.
My birthday soon. I want some. I'll be 39
Albie714/01/2020 21:31

My birthday soon. I want some. I'll be 39


I`ve just turned 40 and also tempted
Hmm, handy when i’m late walking to work.. tempting
Should make the wife's trips to the shops quicker.... Ordered
I use these on a treadmill, they’re great, goes on for miles and legal.
Looks painful and unsafe.

Cold
It seems I’m too heavy for these and what with all the McDonald’s offers there’s no chance of slimming down for them either. However if I ignored the weight limits and used them anyway I’d get to McDonalds even quicker and more easily!
Bargainatix14/01/2020 21:59

It seems I’m too heavy for these and what with all the McDonald’s offers th …It seems I’m too heavy for these and what with all the McDonald’s offers there’s no chance of slimming down for them either. However if I ignored the weight limits and used them anyway I’d get to McDonalds even quicker and more easily!


I like your thinking
No wonder A&E is always full;)
deleted238549214/01/2020 21:28

you won't be allowed to wear shoes again for 3 years if the plod catch you


Tempted for my commute to work!
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I'm confused...

"Warning: It is illegal to ride electric scooters on public roads, pavements, or cycle paths. They are intended only for use on private land with the owner’s permission."


But, this isn't a scooter... Someone should hang on to the back of a car and travel down the motorway with a ghettoblaster playing 'Back in Time' to see what happens

"Not suitable for children under 3 years old." ..."For ages 9 years and over."

So 4 - 8 years of age appears to be a bit of a grey area lol

"Only for domestic use."

??? Eh..?? So you're meant to use these inside your home? I can imagine people flying through their second storey windows and then carrying on down the street all the way to the motorway
I got these for my kid at around half this price in TK Maxx clearance about s year ago and still feel cheated at that price. They are pretty useless.
Bargainatix14/01/2020 21:59

It seems I’m too heavy for these and what with all the McDonald’s offers th …It seems I’m too heavy for these and what with all the McDonald’s offers there’s no chance of slimming down for them either. However if I ignored the weight limits and used them anyway I’d get to McDonalds even quicker and more easily!


Could always buy 2 sets to get 2 powered ones and wear on each foot...*



*I am in no way liable if you try this...
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