Blunt stunt scooters are identical to Envy stunt scooters. In Europe this stunt scooter is released under the name Blunt, while in the USA the scooter is sold under the Envy brand name.
So where we write Blunt you can read Envy
The Blunt stunt scooters are exceptionally well designed and finished. The shapes are slim and fitted and the colors are fresh and surprising. The steppes are lightly built, yet strong. When you hold a Blunt stunt scooter in your hands and look closely, you will see that every part has received attention and fits as a whole. Fortunately, they haven't changed that much with the new models of Envy stunt scooters. I couldn't immediately list any areas for improvement.
Of course everyone wants an extremely strong scooter weighing 1500 grams, but that does not exist. There are brands that have tried to save so much weight that we now have many breakages with these brands.
The small S3one is already equipped with an integrated headset and aluminum core wheels. A super nice scooter is the Blunt Prodigy. It has the size of a teenage scooter but the weight of a small scooter. The Blunt Prodigy has an aluminum handlebar and 120mm wheels. No extreme frills, just great.
The Blunt Colt stunt scooter is an intermediate model that fits into the line of scooters such as the MGP P1 (pro), the Root type R and the Slamm Assualt. Slightly more step than the S3 one and slightly less than the Prodigy.
Blunt also has a range of Street scooters, including a Prodigy and a Kos. With its 90cm height, the Envy Kos is a high-flyer on the street scooters and finished like all other Blunts.
It would be nice if there was more variety in Blunt Envy bars, a few T-bars for enthusiasts, but we also have other suppliers for that.
With a Blunt ENvy stunt scooter you choose one of the best scooters and not even for a high price. I hope that Blunt sticks to the 5 models they have now, and we will keep them in the range for years to come.