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Razor EcoSmart Metro Electric Scooter
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- Battery-powered electric sit-down scooter with bamboo deck and powder coated frame for emissions-free transportation
- 500-watt extra high torque motor; 36 volt electrical system; variable speed throttle control
- Ultra padded seat; adjustable handlebar rake and seat; detachable luggage rack/rear fender
- Rear disc braking system; standard bicycle-size 16-inch pneumatic tube tires on spoke wheels
- 90-day warranty; comes with assembly tools included
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EcoSmart Metro Electric Scooter: The Advanced Street Systems by Razor. Designed for true neighborhood transportation. Clean! Green! No gasoline needed! The EcoSmart Metro Electric Scooter is fun, and most of all affordable. Reduces pollution and conserve energy with the Metro Scooter! This Electric Scooter combines comfortablity, style, and functionality with its ultra padded seat, rear disc braking system, adjustable handlebar rake and seat, detachable luggage rack/rear fender, bamboo deck, and stylish powder coated frame. Using standard bicycle size 16” pneumatic tube tires on spoke wheels makes for easy replacement. Powered by a 500W extra high torque motor and 36 volt electrical system, 7 AH (amp-hour) battery. Just twist and go with the variable speed hand throttle control. Battery weight is also balanced on center line of frame. Travels 18-20 Miles per hour and has a running time up to 60 minutes. Recommended for riders up to 220 lbs. Some assembly required -Tools included.
Travel smart and emissions free with the EcoSmart Metro Electric Scooter from the Advanced Street Systems by Razor. This fun and innovative sit-on scooter is ideal for trips around the neighborhood and quick commutes. Running on a 500 watt motor with a rechargeable 36 volt battery system, the Metro can reach speeds of up to 18-20 miles per hour with a variable speed throttle control. The scooter features a bamboo deck, a stylish powder-coated frame, an ultra-padded adjustable seat, an adjustable handlebar rake, and a removable luggage rack/rear fender. The standard bicycle-size 16-inch pneumatic tube tires are easy to maintain and with the battery weight balanced on the center line of the frame, the scooter is stable and road worthy. The Metro Scooter combines comfort, style, and functionality in an efficient, affordable, and sustainable ride.
- Ultra padded seat
- Rear disc braking system
- Adjustable handlebar rake and seat
- Detachable luggage rack/rear fender
- Stylish powder coated frame
- Twist and go, variable speed hand throttle control
- Battery weight is also balanced on center line of frame
- Standard bicycle size 16-inch pneumatic tube tires
- Spoke wheels
- 500W extra high torque motor
- 36 volt electrical system
- 7 AH (amp-hour) battery
- Maximum speeds: 18 to 20 miles per hour
- Running time: up to 60 minutes
- Maximum rider weight: 220 pounds
- Some assembly required--tools included
About Razor USA:
Founded in 2000 with the introduction of its now legendary kick scooter which quickly became an essential ride for anyone on the go, the Razor brand embodies the spirit of fun and freedom. Today, Razor offers a full line of products that inspire and excite riders everywhere. From day one, Razor has focused on providing the very best riding experience. Based in Cerritos, Calif., the company's award-winning products are influenced by its Southern California home. The company combines cutting-edge technology, high-quality materials, and strict safety standards to deliver a product that is designed to suit riders' evolving lifestyle. Cool products and great value have distinguished Razor as a trusted brand and industry leader--from motocross and BMX, to snowboarding, skateboarding, and surfing, Razor products are rooted in popular action sports. It's not how you ride, but how the ride makes you feel.
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Top Customer Reviews
On to the actual riding experience. I did a range test on purpose to try and kill it and got 12.5 miles on very flat and level paved Florida roads (and some sidewalks) before it dropped to about 6mph top speed and low light was on with throttle applied. I'm around 160lbs 5' 11" my fastest top speed so far was 18mph low winds going straight and flat and 12mph climbing a steep causeway (it nearly killed the battery but it did it no problem) Speaking of the low charge indicator. It's garbage! it doesn't tell you ahead of time when the batteries are low. The low light typically only comes on when you are on the throttle. Even with dead batteries if you have it on just sitting there the indicator will show "Full" - absolutely useless don't rely on it. Count your miles to be safe. You don't want to completely drain the batteries as you risk making them not being able to take a charge. I typically charge it after about 6 miles then it only takes about 2 hours to fully charge it then it's ready to go again. If you completely drain them they will take about 6.5 hrs to fully charge back up inside with cool ac. Charging it in the hot sun or with the sun on the charger takes longer. The cool thing about the scooter is it will maintain a decent top speed (15mph after 9miles in my case) even with low batteries.
It turns some heads and kids go bananas when they see me pull up or take off, I live in a coastal Florida city where everything is within 5 miles each way so I haven't driven my car since I got it and I can comfortably go ANYWHERE around town without the charger and in some cases it's faster than driving because of the stop lights or take about the same time. I carry the charger along usually in case my plans change on the road for longer trips. Carrying heavy groceries affects the range but hopefully you are not trying to transport your groceries 10 miles with this thing otherwise you will be fine. Not having a keyed ignition does suck but having a lock fixes that problem. I added a phone holder to the handle bars (for music and headlight) and rear light to ride at night safely. I absolutely love this thing and after about 200 miles and a lot of recharges everything is holding up well and the top speed is still there. The rapid acceleration has faded but it gets up to speed just fine. I plan to upgrade to 12aH lithium ion batteries, 1000W motor running 48V instead of 36V and a slightly bigger controller. 30mph top speed for a 20 mile range is the goal to seriously make this my daily driver.
Realistic range on a single charge for City commuting (12 miles for me still wasn't completely dead)
Charge time is not an issue if you always plug in after each use
Top speed is too much for sidewalks
You can really give your car a break and use this most of the time
The gas savings
Charging electricity is not even noticeable on my electricity bill. It's a trickle charger that flows a tiny amount of amps over time -one reason it takes so long to recharge from dead
The seat!!! The most comfortable cycle seat I have ever sat on. I must have 1 for my bicycle now.
The bamboo deck is nice
On/Off switch requires you to bend down low to access it
Same for the charge port. Very low on the scooter
Friggin heavy, hit the gym before you buy if you live up steps
Battery level indicator is a joke
Free for the taking without a lock no anti theft anything whatsoever
No front brakes
RANGE: 7-8 miles on rolling, hilly terrain. I've been using Google maps to measure my longer routes beforehand and have found that I can go about 7-8 miles on a full charge. To achieve this range, I coast when going downhill and don't generally run the throttle wide open.
SPEED: On flat paved terrain, the scooter will run 18mph at wide-open throttle. Coasting down some of the longer, steeper hills in my area, I can hit 25mph, which is as fast as I'd feel comfortable going on this scooter.
CHARGE TIME: 2.5 hours. The owner's manual suggests charging for 12 hours to reach a full charge, but I've found I can get it charged well enough in 2.5 hours to drive 7-8 miles. That said, my general habit is to charge it overnight for 10-12 hours.
Review: I love this scooter. I have a three-mile commute to work from my house, and have ample greenway and bike lanes. This scooter is ideal in this range, and I charge it in my office once I arrive at work. The scooter comes with a basket that I use to carry a lock, groceries, workout clothes, the charger, etc., and I've added a Schwinn Solar Combo Light for driving at night. I've also added a Schwinn Bell, which is handy for alerting pedestrians that you're approaching.
Out of the box, the brake tension was too tight for my liking and made the disc brake squeal and was reducing my coasting speed and total range. If your rear wheel squeaks, you may want to loosen the brake tension to suit your needs. Instructions are included in the owner's manual.
The charger included with the scooter is a 12-volt and plugs into a standard US household electrical outlet. The charger has a red/green indicator light that lets you know when the battery is fully charged. It does not shut off automatically, so you need to be aware not to overcharge the battery.
Assembly was easy, and the necessary tools were included. It took about 30 minutes to set up, and my scooter came charged and so was ready to go once set up.
The scooter has an on/off switch, as opposed to a keyed ignition, and so you'll want to invest in a good lock for it.
CONS: I wish this scooter had a front brake. It comes with only a rear-wheel disc brake. The motor can get extremely hot and is exposed on the right side, so take caution not to touch it when it's been in use for a couple miles.
PROS: Price. Heavy-duty frame feels stable for adults. Top speed is plenty fast for my needs. Fully electric.
Additional Info: I purchased a Raider Deluxe Helmet from Amazon as well. It is DOT approved, which is required by law in my state for a scooter like this.