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Razor E325 Electric Scooter
|Price:||$249.00 & FREE Shipping|
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- Electric scooter with extra-large deck frame
- Ultra-quiet chain-drive motor reaches up to 15 mph
- Extra-wide, smooth-rolling 10-inch pneumatic tires
- Variable speed acceleration; twist-grip throttle
- For riders age 12 and older; includes charger and tools
- Cool electric scooter with super-size deck and frame for riders 12 and older
- Reaches speeds of up to 15 mph thanks to high-performance, chain-driven motor
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|Item Dimensions||20.5 x 9 x 41.5 inches|
|Item Weight||50.15 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||52.65 pounds|
|Size||43.25 x 8.75 x 20|
Join the neighborhood gang of hardened, tough-as-nails scooter-ers on this sweet Razor E325 Rechargeable Electric Scooter. Don't get caught ridin' dirty! Evade rival scooter gangs with the E325's powerful, ultra-quiet chain-drive motor at speeds of 15 miles per hour! (Among the fastest Razors ever!) The scooter also includes a pair of extra-wide 10-inch pneumatic tires to ensure your ride feels as smooth as you do on this ultra-cool Razor speed-machine. This scooter's tricked out with variable speed acceleration, a twist-grip throttle, and a rechargeable battery that delivers up to 45 minutes of fun per charge.
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The E100s seem to work as advertised so far. However, I am having issues with the E325. There seems to be a battery issue. It is advertised as up to 15mph but the fastest I have gotten mine to go is just above 11mph after a fresh charge on flat ground. After a few minutes of riding even the E100s will go faster than it even if the same weight rider is on them both. When I have ridden with the kids around our neighborhood which is mostly flat they seem to be able to ride the advertised 10mph/40mins (as advertised for that model) or so and about 4 or 5 miles total where the E325 battery only last about 15 mins/11mph (advertised up to 15) tops and of the three times I have tracked the mileage around the neighborhood with my phone it has gotten 1.9, 2.4, and 2.2 miles on a full charge before the batteries are dead. It seems to be getting half or a third of the advertised time and distance vs the E100s. Even when I got my wife to ride my sons E100 with me on the same path as me who is 110 pounds (close to the E100 max) riding my sons E100 while I at 170 pounds rode my E325 it still dies in half the time and distance as the E100.
The chain tensions seems fine, the tires are fully aired up, and the wheels spin freely without any brake drag.
After doing some research I probably should have gotten the E300 if a razor scooter at all. It appears at one time the 325 and 300 were different with different throttles but now there is no difference and it appears razor is discontinuing the 325 model number altogether. In fact on the razor webpage they make you enter your full long model code to look up parts for the scooter, works fine for the kids E100 but acts like this model code does not even exist and I can only assume through research that it will have the same batteries as an E300.
I have emailed razor customer support like the packaging ask but no response yet from them, I will give them the benefit of the doubt since we are coming out of the holiday season of Christmas and New Years for now and if they resolve my problem I will update the review and rating. I have not contacted the vender yet but the return policy says I have to pay shipping back which could be expensive for this size of an item if I return it.
So anyway I now have a scooter that is a discontinued model with probably old or defective batteries. Razor for some reason made it so the wire harness is solder to the battery making it so if you buy from them the batteries are about 50 bucks a piece and it needs two. It appears some decent third party batteries exist for about 50 bucks for both but I would have to mod the wiring harness to install them wasting more time.
So I have a few options if razor does not make it right. I can return it to the vender through Amazon and have to pay shipping back which may be more than just buying batteries, I can order batteries from razor which would be expensive and at that point would not want to do if they left me hanging on not replacing them, I can buy third party batteries that would put me 40 or so in the hole along with a lot of time and effort to change on what should have been a new scooter.
My wife almost order one for herself at first until we realized this one had issues. Luckily she did not.
So let all my time and effort of research and speed/distance measuring help you so you don’t waste time and money as well.
I am giving this a low rating because one mine had issues and did not work as advertised and two at the time of this review it is a discontinued model even the manufacturer does not recognized it when it comes to ordering replacement part directly but cost the same as the E300. I would suggest not buying this discontinued model unless you can get it for significantly less than the E300 model since this one is already discontinued. Or maybe look into buying a different brand altogether if you still want an electric scooter.
Update: Moved from 1 star to 3. After a week razor got back to me and sent out new batteries. Took another week to get them but seemed to have improved the performance and last a lot longer. About five miles or so now.
Goes very fast. He loves it. Always make him wear his helmet.
It would be nice if it had a battery level indicator, but for the price I guess that would be a luxury item. It moves right along and we haven't yet clocked the speed, but it seems to reach a quick pace. Our son uses this to commute to work 2.5 miles (one way). He can store it in the employee bike storage area and it has worked well for him.
We also put a bike light kit on it (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FZ5H124/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_11) and we really like it. A strong piece of Velcro can be used to secure the tail light to the back of the scooter. Makes for a nice little electric commuting vehicle!
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Cons: slow to charge, can't climb slopes well (even slight upward grade), operating time after full charge