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Razor E300 Electric Scooter
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- With its super-sized deck and frame, the Razor E300 electric scooter is ready to roll for teen and adult riders up to 220 pounds (100 kg)
- Powered by a 250-watt, high-torque, single-speed, chain-driven motor that delivers a top speed of up to 15 mph (24 km/h)
- Rechargeable 24V (two 12V) sealed lead-acid battery system provides up to 40 minutes of continuous use
- Features an all-steel frame and fork for a solid ride that stands up to rugged use
- Larger 9” (229 mm), pneumatic front and rear tires support older riders, while helping soften out rough surfaces for a smooth ride
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There Goes The Neighborhood
Leave other rides in the dust with the Razor E300 electric scooter. Top of the line and the talk of the neighborhood, the E300’s super-sized deck and frame are built to stand up to the adventurous abilities of responsible teen and adult riders. Leave other rides in the dust with 250 watts of high-torque, electric punch, then turn the landscape into a blur at speeds up to 15 mph (24 km/h).
Designed For Older Riders
From its super-sized deck and frame to the 250-watt, high-torque, single-speed, chain-driven motor, the Razor E300 is designed to excite. Whether you’re meeting friends, or just cruising around, teen and adult riders will find big time thrills at speeds up to 15 mph (24 km/h).
The Power To Thrill
The 250-watt, high-torque, single-speed, chain-driven motor offers a cruising speed of up to 15 mph (24.km/h). The rechargeable 24V battery system provides up to 40 minutes of continuous use, letting you cover plenty of distance on a single charge in the pursuit of fun.
|Max Rider Weight||220 lbs (100 kg)||154 lbs (70 kg)||120 lbs (54 kg)||120 lbs (54 kg)||154 lbs (70 kg)|
|Max Speed||15 MPH (24 KPH)||12 MPH (19 KPH)||10 MPH (16 KPH)||10 mph (16 kmh)||12 MPH (19 KPH)|
|Battery||24V, lead-acid||24V, lead-acid||24V, lead-acid||24V, lead-acid||24V, lead-acid|
|Motor||250W, chain-drive||200W, chain-drive||100W, chain-drive||100W, chain-drive||200W, chain-drive|
|Run Time||Up to 40 mins||Up to 40 mins||Up to 40 mins||Up to 40 mins||Up to 40 mins|
|Range||10 miles (16 km)||8 miles (12 km)||6.5 miles (10 km)||6.5 miles (10 km)||8 miles (12 km)|
|Brake||Hand operated, rear||Hand operated, rear||Hand operated, front||Hand operated, front||Hand operated, rear|
|Wheels||9" pneumatic||8" pneumatic||8" pneumatic||8" pneumatic||8" pneumatic|
|Weight||43 lbs (19 kg)||38.7 lbs (17.5 kg)||26 lbs (11 kg)||31.97 lbs (11.8 kg)||38.17 lbs (17 kg)|
The Razor E300 electric scooter offers the quality, safety, service, and style you’ve come to expect from Razor. While there are many products out there, choose Razor, a brand America knows and trusts. Accept no imitations.
This Razor product is produced for sale in the United States and Canada. Contact Razor for more details regarding Razor products that require service, were purchased in the United States or Canada, and are now outside the United States or Canada. On these products, which require service, consumers are responsible for all costs including shipping, resulting taxes, duties of replacement parts and local power adapters at the owner’s expense.
Product detailsColor:Matte Grey
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BRAKES: The brakes were non-functional on delivery and Razor was unable to provide any support other than offering to mail me a new brake lever assembly. I was finally able to figure out the adjustment. Even when adjusted, it takes a long time to stop. Update: The brake adjustment nut appears to be made out of a soft aluminum rather than steel. The nut snapped loose after squeezing the brake lever while on a ride, meaning the scooter did not meaningfully slow or stop as I was coming to a red light.
TIRES: It's very, very difficult to fill the rear tire. The tube valve extender is poorly designed and does not seem like it will last more than a few fills. Even with the tube valve extender, the rear tire is very difficult to inflate. The valve extender became stuck in the rear gear assembly, requiring quite a bit of effort to undo.
version 41. The tires on the newer scooters are ridiculously small but yet Razor and Amazon are still advertising them as extra wide pneumatic tires. The pictures on the box and advertisements DO NOT MATCH the picture. This scooter will no longer do the advertised 15mph with these shorter tires. I have 2 - E300's that are 1 year older and both of them are faster than this one. I contacted Razor support and they acknowledged the scooters are now shipping with smaller tires but yet the boxes and wording are the same. I'm done with Razor products. I've included a photo to compare the difference in tire sizes.
So, having been saving up to buy a very expensive Pedego Electric Bike, I decided to try investing in this puppy instead. This is probably the best investment I have ever made!
It came exactly the day I was told and assembly took not even five minutes--literally I just had to ask my uncle (who lives close by) to screw the handlebars into place and left it to charge overnight. I rode it to work; on my bike, it'd take me an hour to an hour and a half to get to work-- this thing got me there in fourty minutes and I wasn't drowning in my own sweat in 103 degree weather! The ride was smooth and flawless, the brakes worked well (just don't slam them like I have a habit of doing, unless you NEED to, or you could stumble off the bike and hurt yourself) and I was getting a lot of curious looks. I recommend some kind of eye protection for the wind, though.
All in all, I am extremely pleased. I was apprehensive as my last few electronics purchases on Amazon have been duds, but this rekindled my faith in buying electronics online. 100% will recommend to anyone and everyone I know that can't/doesn't drive!
(-)This scooter is not foldable + super heavy, so this does not even fit in to my SUV's cargo room.
(-)The motor has only one-speed option - ON or OFF, so it is always MAX or zero power.
(-)There is no indicator that tells you the remaining battery and the current speed.
(-)There is no shock absorbed, so you better expect bumpy ride.
If your budget is $200 - $300, you can find the better scooter with everything above covered. Therefore, I see no reason that I have to pick E300.
When I'm buzzing around on this thing I feel like I don't have a problem in the world.
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I live in downtown Toronto, and usually ride a kick scooter when getting around the city for any distance less than 5 km (about 3 miles). It's not a bad way to get around.
The price was appealing for this scooter, although the specs weren't overwhelming. I saw that there are a number of people that ordered parts to modify this scooter for better speed and range, as well. That idea was another selling point.
I ended up not getting around to modifying it after all; I used it to travel about 3.5 km (or just over 2 miles) on about 6 occasions. I was dismayed to find that the battery would drain faster and faster each use, and not by just a little, by a lot! It would slow down significantly and I'd have to use it as a kick scooter for the rest of the trip, which wasn't ideal as this thing is not light. I'd lose about 100 meters of range per trip.
So the range is not as advertised. (by the way, Toronto is not overly hilly, and I weighed about 175 lbs at the time).
Unless you are intent on modding it, this is not a recommended purchase. There are a lot of options these days.
Capacity ** Kids and parents can ride this thing, it has enough guts to move an adult.
Quality ** Chain and gears are a bit clunky making it sounds a bit cheapo, but runs ok;
Tires ** The inflated tires is the reason we got it, they are awesome for rough pavement and are smooth
Air valves ** Rear tire valve position is very badly designed, a real pain to inflate the tire;
Sturdiness ** The overall construction is made of steel, making it sturdy and strong. The rear fender is plastic and broke after a fall;
Runtime ** Expect about 25 to 45 min of fulltime runtime as per your weight and usage location (hills, surface style etc.)
Weight ** Unit is heavy, so if you intent to carry it around for camping or day trips, think twice.
Transport ** It has no means of folding without tools for transportation
Charging ** Charger must only be plugged for a max of 12 hours, so you can't leave it unattended for days while plugged, charging is slow, it takes several hours;
charge port : The little dust cap for the charger port is a pain to put on after charging.
Power switch ** Location of the power switch makes it easy to forget ON;
Kick stand : Ok stand, it does work on uneven surfaces and grass;
Throttle ** This is ON / OFF, you cannot modulate the speed :(
For the price, I would expect to lithium batteries. A 12 hour charge for refresh batteries is way too long of a wait, especially to a child. I wish that the throttle had variable speed. Heavy and seems sturdy but was disappointed when the chain tensioner broke in the first few days.
OK shes had this now for a couple of years its still running.I just changed the battery although it did slow down a few months back.there are 2 batterys,saudered and glue gunned down to the battery connectors so it was a bit of a hassle changing 1 battery out.shoulda bought 2 lol but thats ok shes graduated to a dirtbike now.I can say that its still running not bad for the length of time shes had it.I would rate this a 3,1/2 star out of 5 because of price.And the damn battery lol not an easy thing to change.I ended up weaving the wire connecter thru the connecter hole,I did have to enlarge the hole a bit to make that happen,then I used a glue gun to hold it back down.It was all a learning process so i hope that helps you all out.