The Fuzion Z series is quite incredible, catering to everyone of all different ages. While the Z250 and Z300 models were perfect for kids and teens, this model is more adult and tricks centric. If you are looking forward to investing your money in a scooter which is not only a fun mode of transport but also lets to master some awesome tricks and stunts, while staying stable and intact throughout, then the Z350 is the one for you.
Being lightweight electric scooter and easy to maneuver, you can use this scooter as an entry level scooter as well, and use it to improve your scooter riding skills. We absolutely love the wider deck, and the 120mm wheels which make riding this scooter so much fun!
The larger than usual deck, also referred to the ANTIDOTE deck, was designed for the whole purpose of performing some insanely cool tricks and stunts. It makes the rider believe in the term – no trick too big! It is made of airplane grade aluminum which provides it the sturdiness it needs.
The T-Bar of this scooter is crafter out of Chromoly and has really great grips on the handles so that the rider is comfortable and does not get blisters from riding for too long.
With 120mm strong ACE wheels with an aluminum core, you can be assured that you have smooth and safe ride.
Unpack the scooter, fit in the two bolts as instructed by the manual and you’re all good to go!
At $188, you get an awesome pro scooter equipped with some of the best features you can imagine. Need we say more?
Fuzion offers its customers a 30 day money back guarantee and a 6 month manufacturing defect warranty.
- Weight of scooter – 7.6 pounds
- Maximum weight – 220 pounds
- Dimensions – 8.5 x 31 x 25 inches
- Deck width – 4.75 inches
- The material of wheels – 120mm Aluminum wheels
- The material of body – Chromoly and aircraft grade aluminum
- Cost – $188
Fuzion Z350 Pro User Review -
I’m Brian who is the brain behind Future sport.
I have been a big enthusiast of outdoor sports and riding activities like biking, scooting, skateboarding, go-karting and many more and have been doing this for almost 10 years. I have owned a number of bikes and other sports gears over the years matching different trials I hit regularly.
When I started to get a lot of questions from friends and family about riding vehicles and gears, I decided I can help a big group through a blog something like Future sports. And as I discussed the idea with my friends who had similar interest few of them weighed in and that is how Future Sports became a reality.