For years, Dominator stunt scooters were the second line of District Stunt Scooters. About 10 years ago, District was the brand for stunt scooters and the cheaper line was Dominator. It is true that Dominator does not reach the top specifications of the District scooters of the time, but the quality was consistent. So Dominator simply comes from the District factory.
District has made a few changes to the compression system on their scooters in the past that led to annoyance and they have a braking system that hangs in a rubber that breaks quickly and cannot be loosened. That cost them their leading position.
Perhaps a District designer also thought that the handlebars on the Dominator Trooper suddenly had to be a lot shorter in the new year, while the demand for increasingly longer handlebars was increasing and the deck of the Trooper is also quite heavy for a small scooter.
But other than that, the Dominators are simply super good stunt scooters and the Sniper with 110mm wheels, integrated headset and high handlebars is especially good. Of course everything is compared to the price.
Many Dominator stunt scooters have District wheels installed and these are still among the best wheels. There is clearly no expense spared on parts.
The range is very large in the beginner segment, where the Sniper can certainly also be used as a follow-up scooter to your first stunt scooter. You can't go wrong with a Dominator stunt scooter. For the really little ones there is the Scout, which is light and has a low handlebar so that the scooter is easier to control.
Besides District, the Dominator is the only brand of Dutch origin. Dutch designers are of a high level and together with District they have been the pioneers of the stunt scooter world. I think they are the ones who made the sport big in the Netherlands and perhaps Europe