Envy

Ask ScooterDad: I have a tall 13 yr old kid. He's 5-10 135lbs and has outgrown his scooter. He just started getting into doing tricks and I need to upgrade. What should I be looking at around the 150$ range?

Submitter's Name: 
Ian Middleton
Submitter's Location: 
Corona, CA
Answer: 

Take a look at the Dominator scooters that are around $150. For a little more money, you could get an Envy Prodigy at $199, which is probably the best scooter for the money.

Ask ScooterDad: Can I fit the phoenix session 2 bars on envy cnc thread less ihc forks and fasen raven CNC threadless ihc forks? My bars have a slit in them

Submitter's Name: 
Rudy
Submitter's Location: 
Arizona
Answer: 

Yes, the Phoenix Session 2 comes with standard diameter bars and an IHC fork, so it should be compatible with other IHC forks.

Ask ScooterDad: I'm am getting a new scooter and I was wondering which scooter to get Fasen Raven or Envy Prodigy?

Submitter's Name: 
Nicolas
Submitter's Location: 
Sydney, Australia
Answer: 

They are both great scooters. The Raven is lighter and stronger, but it's also $60 more. If you are a beginner, go with the Prodigy. If you're an intermediate, go for the Raven.

Ask ScooterDad: what is a good beginners scooter for a person used to a razor?

Submitter's Name: 
daniel
Submitter's Location: 
canberra
Answer: 

The Envy Prodigy is a great entry-level scooter for someone wanting to step up from a Razor. 5Starr, Grit, Crisp, and Lucky all have great entry-level scooters as well.

Ask ScooterDad: I am looking for a scooter that is lightweight, durable and affordable under $200. Any suggestions?

Submitter's Name: 
Max
Submitter's Location: 
Maine
Answer: 

Check out the Envy Colt, Envy Prodigy, 5Starr Sector5, 5Starr Spectrum, and some others listed here: http://inward-scooters.com/collections/complete-scooters?price-range=100-200

Ask ScooterDad: What is a good upgrade from a 2014 Crisp Ultima? I'm thinking about buying the Blunt Prodigy s3 or a Phoenix Session 2

Submitter's Name: 
Tom Cassidy
Answer: 

That's a tough choice because they are both good scooters. I'd probably give the advantage to the Envy Prodigy S3 since it has IHC, standard diameters bars, and an aluminum which will make it a little bit lighter than the Phoenix Session 2 with oversized bars, HIC, and steel fork.

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