Razor E100 Electric Scooter Review

When I was a kid, I had so much fun playing on my (well, it was actually my sister’s) Razor scooter. We used to take turns riding it down the block or just around our driveway. We thought that Razor scooter was the epitome of scooters. Boy, were we wrong. After checking out the Razor E100, I’ve decided that our small minds would have been blown by the sheer idea of an electric scooter– Not to mention how cool the Razor E100 is.
Razor E100
Razor is known worldwide for using the latest technology and high-quality materials on their scooters, and the Razor E100 is no exception. The Razor E100 can reach speeds of up to 10 MPH and can be used for up to 40 minutes to continued use. When the Razor E100 finally runs out of battery, its short charge time gets riders back into action. Its weight limit of 129 lbs makes the Razor E100 a great electric scooter for kids ages 8 and up, and its kid-sized deck and frame make it a comfortable ride for smaller riders.

Razor’s new chain driven motor produces environmentally friendly electric power that’s super quiet (a feature parents and neighbors will love). The Razor E100 offers twist grip throttle acceleration control, a high-torque motor for added power and a hand-operated front brake for easy stopping.

Its 8″ Pneumatic front tire offers a smooth ride, and its 125mm Polyurethane rear wheel keeps great traction and speed. The Razor E100 weighs a mere 29 lbs, so it’s extra portable, and the battery charger and tools are included.

Plus, the Razor E100 comes in four great colors: blue, red, pink and sweet pea.

Screen Shot 2013-09-25 at 3.18.14 PMHome of the wildly popular Razor kick scooter, Razor has other scooters like the E100, E200, and E300 (electric scooters). The cutting-edge line of Razor products also includes the Dirt Rocket™, Pocket Mod™, Pocket Rocket™, Ground Force™, a line of electric powered ride-on toys and a junior line of scooters. Razor has numerous awards including Toy Industry Association’s “Toy of the Year,” and “Toy of the Year” honors from TIME Magazine, Parents, Parenting, Sports Illustrated for Kids, Nick Jr. and U.S. News & World Report.


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