Ask ScooterDad: hi I have looked at getting my son a blazer scooter but he has now said that he wants a blunt scooter.could you tell me if there is any difference.

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Blazer and Blunt (or Envy, same brand) are two different brands of scooter and they both make multiple models of scooter. Compare the types of headset, compression, and wheels as those are typically the major differences between models. Threadless headsets are better than threaded, integrated threadless headsets are better non-integrated or threadless. Of course, better is also more expensive.

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