Xootr Dash Kick Scooter Versus Xootr Roma

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Steve, I own a Xootr Dash kick scooter with a blue, plastic resin deck and love it. I especially like how small and compact it gets when folded. And the lightweight makes it’s very convenient to carry around while not being used.

What I wanted to ask you Steve is, what’s the difference between the Xootr Dash kick scooter and the Xootr Roma? I know that the Xootr Roma has a CNC machined deck made from a solid block of 6061 aluminum. And from what I can see on your website, the dimensions between the two looks exactly the same.

I also know that both the Xootr Dash and Roma allows the kicking foot to be very close to the centerline of the deck for optimal bio-mechanical efficiency.

Another plus that I’ve experienced with the Xootr Dash is that the narrow deck makes it very easy to carry in crowded subways or buses and other tight quarters such as restaurants, shops, offices, etc.

Also, something that you mention on your website that I’ve done many times is, packed my Xootr Dash in suitcases to take with me on vacation or business trips.

Besides the Xootr Roma weighing more, are these two Xootr kick scooters exactly the same, except the Xootr Roma has an aluminum deck instead of a plastic one?




Yes you are exactly correct in every thing you stated. The reason we created the Dash was that many folks would call me and say the Roma is exactly what I am looking for but honestly I cannot afford that price. I mean a lot of folks would contact me over this each and every day.

So I got together with the Xootr team and discussed the possibilities of creating something less expensive but in the likeness of the Roma add colors and we did it. Now the Dash is one of the most popular scooters around.



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  1. Hello, Could you guys make bolt on “training wheels” for your scooters. My mom used to roller blade, bike, and use scooter. Now her balance is not good enough. I would sure LOVE to give her a scooter that is a little more stable. And add an option for a fold-down seat that bolts to the steering column. Keep it looking ‘cool’. Since wheels and seat can be added, your customer base can upgrade to extend the usability of their existing scooters. Or make a model specifically for older riders with 3 wheels like they make for kids.

    • Jeanne
      Thanks for the question. Would you ever consider getting mom an adult trike. We have a friend who owns one with multiple gears and loves it. It even has a basket for grocery shopping.

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