Mini Micro Scooters Recalled in the USA Due to Laceration Hazard

 [ Image : Recalled Mini Micro Scooter ]

Kickboard USA and the US Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) have recalled around 5,600 Mini Micro Scooters because of a potential risk of lacerations.

Mini Micro Scooters feature a one-piece plastic platform that also covers the front wheel base; this can break, exposing a sharp edge that could injure children with cuts or abrasions. So far, no incidents of injuries have been reported.

These scooters where made in Germany and are designed by Micro-Mobility, based in Switzerland.

Only specific batches of Mini Micro Scooters are involved in the recall. The following model numbers and serial numbers are affected, the numbers can be found on a sticker on the bottom of the scooter:

Model Number | Serial Number

MM0079 | 00061617 to 00064364

 and 00064767 to 00065762

MM0080 | 00066371 to 00666401

 and 00097291 to 00098286

MM0109 | 00093571 to 00093870

MM0113 | 00067871 to 00068370

Recalled Mini Micro Scooters : where to find the model and serial numbers Mini Micro Scooters were sold in independent toy stores in the USA, on and for around $85, from May 2012 to July 2012.

This product should be taken away from children immediately and Kickboard USA should be contacted for a free replacement product.

Kickboard USA can be called toll-free on (888) 236-5657 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, via e-mail: or you can visit the company’s website:

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