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The Many Types Of Razor Electric Scooter Available Today

 


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Since their introduction in 2000, the Razor electric scooter has proven to be one of the most popular kids electric vehicles on the market. Every year a new model is released, and the innovation expressed is just astounding, and increased their popularity. Not only do kids of all ages enjoy riding them around, but some models have captured the attention of teens and adults. Many of the more powerful models see daily use as green transportation for adults in major cities all over the country today.

E100 Razor Electric Scooter

The E100 Razor electric scooter is made for kids ages eight and up, with a weight limit of 120 pounds, and a frame that is kid friendly. It can reach speeds of up to ten miles per hour, and can be ridden for at least forty minutes on a single charge. Retailing for around $150, it was the first model to win the Parents’ Choice Award.

The eSpark Razor electric scooter is designed exactly like the E100, but comes with cartridges that create sparks behind a spark bar, for $180.

The E200 Scooter

The next Razor electric scooter released was the E200, offering a full size deck and frame, and was designed for kids ages thirteen and up, and even adults. This model can easily reach speeds of up to 13 mph, and the same forty minutes of continuous use. The E200S additional release in the same year comes with a mounted seat option, as well as a kickstand for parking. Both versions have a weight limit of 150 pounds, and fold up for easy storage, and retail for $220 and $240, respectively.

The E300 Scooter

Both the E300 and E300S Razor electric scooter have been built with older teens and adults in mind. They come with a larger deck, frame and tires, and are the fastest electric scooter that Razor makes. The E300S offers the fully mounted seat and kickstand, just like the 200S, and retails for $260 and $280, respectively.

Just for the ladies

Two later models of the Razor electric scooter, the Sweet Pea E100 and E300s, were designed for little girls and teenaged women in mind. They offer all of the features the other models have, with controls sized to be easier to handle by smaller hands. With its full deck, the Sweet Pea E300S is the most expensive of the lines, coming in at $290.

For more information on razor electric scooters or to purchase your new Razor visit Kidswheels.com today!

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