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Fuzion Z250 Pro Scooter Review

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The Fuzion Z250 Pro Scooter takes its wow factor to the next level with its trio of fresh new colors for 2017. Paired with the sleek Chronos deck design and durable materials, this pro scooter was built to withstand intense demands of pro riders. Fuzion Z250 Pro Scooter has been thoroughly redesigned to handle various obstacles, giving beginners a step-up into the world of stunt scootering on the street, or skate park.

Design

Fuzion Z250 probably has one of the most head-turning designs in the scooter market today. The smart color combinations chosen give the scooter just enough of a pop without turning it into a kid scooter. Plus, this pro scooter also features:

CHRONOS DECK – The Chronos deck has been stress-tested by the Fuzion Pro Team and riders like Tyler Chaffin and Beau Bros Jeremy and Jordan. Characterized by money-for-value, innovation and performance, the Chronos deck is made of TG-6061 aluminum and includes Fuzion’s signature concave design and Dog-Bone rails.

HIGH-QUALITY GRADE METALS – Aside from the aluminum deck and neck, this scooter is also equipped with a one-piece threadless steel fork, high-tensile steel T-bars, alloy clamp, and aluminum core wheels.

SUPER-CONTROL GRIPS – You’d feel safe riding the Fuzion Z250 Pro Scooter thanks to Fuzion’s trademark rib-patterned, super-control TPR grips with nylon bar ends.

RATTLE-FREE BREAK – Plus, with a bolt-on steel flex break, you can enjoy rattle-free riding and training for a wide range of stunts without worrying about injuries.

FUSION-INTEGRATED, SEALED HEADSET BEARINGS – This feature is a great addition because it is only exclusive to higher-priced scooters. The fact that Fuzion added these bearings to the Z250 gives you a sense of how the company values quality over sales.

Special Features

The Dog Bone Deck and Neck design is probably the most striking feature of the Fuzion Z250. Not only is it exceptionally handsome, the Fuzion signature deck was also chosen for function. This deck is super light, yet extra tough; it is able to distribute force evenly across the deck’s outer surface when landing.

Many of the components used on the Fuzion Z250 Pro Scooter are comparable to higher-priced scooters. This includes the presence of an HIC compression system – it’s cheaper than SCS (standard compression system), but it’s exceptionally reliable in staying tight, easy to work with (quick removal by loosening the clamp), and highly portable.

The combined aluminum alloy and tensile steel used in creating the Fuzion Z250 Pro Scooter further reduces the weight of the scooter, which in turn, makes it easier for riders to maneuver and carry for long periods.

The Good and the Bad

The Fuzion Z250 Pro Scooter may seem like it was designed for kids, but even adults (up to 130 pounds) can ride this beauty.

Pros
Extremely durable build.
Unique Integrated Fully Sealed Headset Bearings (not found in other scooters in the market at the same price level).
Cheap to maintain – Because wheels are the easiest parts to break, the Fuzion Z250 makes it easier to replace wheels thanks to smaller (and more affordable) wheels.
Lightweight construction makes for high-speed and efficient riding.
Dog-bone deck distributes rider’s weight perfectly.
Easy to assemble (unpack and ride straight out of the box).
Cons
The main problem with Fuzion Z250 is that there aren’t enough units to cater to people. Check the official website and most colors are always sold out.
Adding custom wheels can be tricky since fork can only handle wheels below 100mm.

Verdict

The Fuzion Z250 Pro Scooter is a beautifully-designed ride that has big features for a small price. You’d be amazed of the build quality this model has to offer, from the HIC compression system to Fuzion integrated and sealed headset bearings, lightning-fast ABEC 9 bearings to 100mm low-profile cast PU wheels, there construction definitely is impressive.

Riding-wise, you’ll feel the smooth turns and twists thanks to the lightweight build of the Fuzion Z250 Pro Scooter (it weighs a measly 8 pounds). Everything from its wheels to deck, easily adjustable flex break, and TPR grips with Fuzion’s grip tape ensure each ride is as efficient, safe, and hassle-free as the ride before it.

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