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Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey

Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey

Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter – 18 MPH, 15 Mile Range, 8" Pneumatic Front Tire, Foldable, Portable & Extremely Lightweight, Rear Wheel Drive, for Travel and Commuting, Dark Grey
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Features

  • SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE – a 250-watt motor boasts an 18 mph (29 km/h) max speed with a range of up to 15 miles
  • FOLDABLE AND PORTABLE – Weighing only 24.2 lbs (11 kg), it’s the lightest in its class. Designed for easy storage or to hand-carry when necessary
  • SMOOTH RIDE – An 8-inch (200 mm) pneumatic front tire provides shock absorption for a smoother, safer ride on uneven terrain
  • SAFETY AND STABILITY – Rear-wheel drive apportions greater weight to the rear, enhancing both drive traction and ease of steering
  • LOCKABLE – Featuring a security lock point for riders to secure the scooter with their own lock
  • Brake Style: Rear Braking
  • Sport Type: Outdoor Lifestyle

Description

Built for speed, versatility, and making an impression, the Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter is the next generation of transportation from the brand that first introduced the kick scooter in 2000. Perfect for mature riders’ commutes to work, school or wherever life takes you, (local laws will apply) the E Prime III Electric Scooter is the 3rd evolution in the E Prime folding electric scooter series and is built with ease and portability in mind. At 24.2 lbs (11 kg), it’s the lightest electric scooter in its class, and can be carried easily on the go or stored at home, in your car, your dorm, or office. With a 250-watt brushless hub-drive motor, LED headlight and brake-activated taillight, and a dual braking system, the E Prime III Electric Scooter will get you to your destination and back again safely. With obsessive attention to the rider’s experience, our engineers and designers have created a responsive, smooth, exhilarating ride. Made of aircraft grade aluminum with anodized finishes for a sleek, modern design – with the E Prime III Electric Scooter, wherever you go, you’ll arrive in style.


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Features

  • SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE – a 250-watt motor boasts an 18 mph (29 km/h) max speed with a range of up to 15 miles
  • FOLDABLE AND PORTABLE – Weighing only 24.2 lbs (11 kg), it’s the lightest in its class. Designed for easy storage or to hand-carry when necessary
  • SMOOTH RIDE – An 8-inch (200 mm) pneumatic front tire provides shock absorption for a smoother, safer ride on uneven terrain
  • SAFETY AND STABILITY – Rear-wheel drive apportions greater weight to the rear, enhancing both drive traction and ease of steering
  • LOCKABLE – Featuring a security lock point for riders to secure the scooter with their own lock
  • Brake Style: Rear Braking
  • Sport Type: Outdoor Lifestyle

Description

Built for speed, versatility, and making an impression, the Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter is the next generation of transportation from the brand that first introduced the kick scooter in 2000. Perfect for mature riders’ commutes to work, school or wherever life takes you, (local laws will apply) the E Prime III Electric Scooter is the 3rd evolution in the E Prime folding electric scooter series and is built with ease and portability in mind. At 24.2 lbs (11 kg), it’s the lightest electric scooter in its class, and can be carried easily on the go or stored at home, in your car, your dorm, or office. With a 250-watt brushless hub-drive motor, LED headlight and brake-activated taillight, and a dual braking system, the E Prime III Electric Scooter will get you to your destination and back again safely. With obsessive attention to the rider’s experience, our engineers and designers have created a responsive, smooth, exhilarating ride. Made of aircraft grade aluminum with anodized finishes for a sleek, modern design – with the E Prime III Electric Scooter, wherever you go, you’ll arrive in style.


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE – a 250-watt motor boasts an 18 mph (29 km/h) max speed with a range of up to 15 miles
  • FOLDABLE AND PORTABLE – Weighing only 24.2 lbs (11 kg), it’s the lightest in its class. Designed for easy storage or to hand-carry when necessary
  • SMOOTH RIDE – An 8-inch (200 mm) pneumatic front tire provides shock absorption for a smoother, safer ride on uneven terrain
  • SAFETY AND STABILITY – Rear-wheel drive apportions greater weight to the rear, enhancing both drive traction and ease of steering
  • LOCKABLE – Featuring a security lock point for riders to secure the scooter with their own lock
  • Brake Style: Rear Braking
  • Sport Type: Outdoor Lifestyle

Description

Built for speed, versatility, and making an impression, the Razor E Prime III Electric Scooter is the next generation of transportation from the brand that first introduced the kick scooter in 2000. Perfect for mature riders’ commutes to work, school or wherever life takes you, (local laws will apply) the E Prime III Electric Scooter is the 3rd evolution in the E Prime folding electric scooter series and is built with ease and portability in mind. At 24.2 lbs (11 kg), it’s the lightest electric scooter in its class, and can be carried easily on the go or stored at home, in your car, your dorm, or office. With a 250-watt brushless hub-drive motor, LED headlight and brake-activated taillight, and a dual braking system, the E Prime III Electric Scooter will get you to your destination and back again safely. With obsessive attention to the rider’s experience, our engineers and designers have created a responsive, smooth, exhilarating ride. Made of aircraft grade aluminum with anodized finishes for a sleek, modern design – with the E Prime III Electric Scooter, wherever you go, you’ll arrive in style.


abunda_amazon_reviews The scooter is lightweight, easy to fold, and is fast enough for me going up to 15 mph or so as advertised. It is a minimalist scoot. You are not going to know your speed or mileage unless you track on your phone app. I love the little colorful bars that indicate your battery strength left. I also love the gritted anti-skid platform. The grips are an odd ergo shape and are very comfortable to hold on to. The back tire is solid rubber which is great for avoiding flats but can set up some rough glides over bumps and cracks in the pavement. Smooth rolling start-up, quick move into being powered on, then easy throttle. I am a short woman and I feel like this scoot fits me like a glove. It stops just fine with its motor stop paddle or foot brake a la "old school" scootin'. The only improvements I would suggest are a bell ( added my own) and a tad easier-to-operate latch for folding and unfolding. Also the kickstand is too short and flimsy to be of any serious use, so I just prop it against something to park it. The BEST feature by far on this scoot is the lighting system. While riding in the pitch dark it lights up the roadway completely. Big bright projected lamp. I love it! Scooting around the neighborhood on an evening run is a pleasure I look forward to and this scooter makes it possible. Someone mentioned that there is no way to lock it with a bike lock when parked. Not true. There is a loop in the frame bottem behind the front wheel where a cable lock can be threaded. A photo of this is shown in the marketing ad. Really, it is just an all around sweet scooter. I have a more expensive larger one but this one is my favorite for it's "user friendliness". Just wonderful!;;Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Night Rides!;;Whimscycle;;;**Update after 3 weeks and ~20 rides on a full battery: Returned. Top speed lasts about 3 blocks after unplugging. Battery nearly dead after about 4 miles. I never tried to go further than that so it never died on me again, but the scooter never went faster than 10mph after the first mile. Customer service would rather replace the whole unit than try to fix it by sending a new battery, so I just requested a refund. At least the refund was quick. *** The Good: - Setup was a breeze. It comes largely pre-assembled, and the instructions clearly describe the final steps in fluent, sassy English. - This thing is solid. Feels super sturdy. If I’m ever in a horrible crash, the paramedics will still be able to ride circles around my body. The Okay: - The scooter was shipped in a scooter-sized box (the product packaging) that was placed inside another, giant cardboard box with no additional padding. When it arrived, the outer box was destroyed, the inner box had opened, and stuff was rattling around inside. Fortunately, I inspected throughly and didn’t see any damage. - The cute ’n’ dinky little kickstand works well if you’re on a completely flat surface and you put a fence around the scooter, but you’ll probably just want to store it in its folded state. Much more stable. Just rest the flat part on something semi-padded so the underside/battery can’t hit or scrape against the ground. The Rest: After assembling the scooter, allowing the recommended 8-hour initial charge (I ended up just charging it overnight, about 11 hours), and checking that the front tire was inflated to the proper PSI, I got ready to take my 170 lb. self and a 9 lb. backpack (yes, I weighed myself, = 179 lbs.) to my pharmacy and back: an 8.8 mile (round trip) scoot on a full battery. I’m in Orlando, which is flat. Like, really flat. - 1st half-mile: WOO! Holy crap this is fun. Definitely not 18mph, but I taste freedom. - Mile 1: Grinning maniacally, I look down. Woah, 1 battery bar down (out of 5) already? - Mile 2: Two bars down. More confused than concerned; in my head I’m going through all the recommended setup steps, thinking I may have made a mistake. But no … all boxes checked. - Miles 2 through 4.4 (made it to the pharmacy): Power greatly reduced. I’d be surprised if I was going more than 10mph. I’m starting to get disappointed…I was really excited about this. - Leaving the pharmacy, powering the scooter back on: Only the yellow and red battery bars turn on. Wondering if I should call a cab. - Miles 4.4-6ish: I’m maintaining that 9-10ish mph, and I’m trying to think positively. ‘Okay, THIS is where I’m gonna see the longevity of this machine. It may not be fast, but I’m moving steadily. I could make myself okay with traveling two-thirds of the advertised 15 maximum miles at this pace. I definitely didn’t just set fire to $400+.’ - Mile 7ish: The yellow battery bar is gone. The remaining red one is blinking. The scooter’s moving about as fast as a light jog (4-6mph). I start pumping with my foot occasionally to help it along. I’m checking my phone occasionally to see how far I still need to go. I’m starting to get pissed. - 0.9 miles left: Not sure the motor’s doing anything, because I’m definitely doing all of the work with my own feet. Realizing I’m desperately out of shape. - Home: Had to walk for a few blocks. I’m a sweaty mess and lightheaded (admittedly, it’s not Razor’s fault that I never do cardio). Too tired to be pissed. TL;DR: I did everything I was told to do in the manual, but I got about 7.5 miles on a full charge and had to pump/walk myself the rest of the way home. And the top speed was less than 10mph for at least half of that, less than 5 mph for the last mile. I’ll update this if the dealer can somehow give me the machine I thought I was buying. Really, really bummed and $400 poorer.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2020;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Great for exercise;;scoooot;;;This will be a living review that I update as I continue to use the device. 7/30/20, 5 rides: This is a very sturdy scooter that feels like a solid piece of engineering. Everything is super rigid and tight and weighty. Ride comfort and control is fantastic on clean, flat pavement. It's absolutely a joy to ride. The scooter could probably use some suspension, however, as even small blips in the road or cracks in the sidewalk can feel quite jarring. Forget riding even at low speeds on cobblestone. I worry about the long term durability of the scooter given the lack of suspension. Speed is great, on a full charge. I'm maxing out around 16mph on a total flat, and on even a very very slight downhill grade I hit 21mph, which was kind of nutty. However, I wish the engine put out more horsepower. On that same slight grade, but going up, it really starts to feel sluggish, and you'll hit only maybe 12mph. In addition, speed seems to slow down as the battery dies. The breaking is very responsive and reliable from both the handlebar brakes and the rear wheel foot brake. I am not particularly confident in the maximum range estimate of 15 miles. My commute is 3 miles each way, and when I've been returning after these 6 miles the battery gauge is showing 2 or 3 out of 5 total bars, and I can already feel the engine losing torque. I haven't tried to do the trip without a full charge as I don't want to be caught out with a dead battery, but I'd wager if you are consistently needing to go over 10 miles on a single charge, you may want to be careful. This thing is *heavy.* The picture of the guy casually standing there holding it is misleading. You can carry it, but forget carrying it significant distances, it is not light. In terms of accessories and/or compatibility, it could be a lot better. Handlebar space to attach accessories is very limited, and I couldn't fit both a bell and two mirrors. I wish the handlebars had standard sockets for mirrors, as attaching mirrors via ring clamps on the handlebars failed. For locking, there is a welded loop near the front wheel that is intended to pass a lock through, except it's too small! I couldn't find a single quality bike lock that is small enough to fit through this hole. You only option is going to be a cheap wire lock and I wouldn't trust this device out on the street with that, they are too easily cut. I will update this review in 4-6 weeks with any new info about longer term reliability.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2020;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great so far in my first few rides;;A. Dremeaux

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Whimscycle - Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2020
Night Rides!
The scooter is lightweight, easy to fold, and is fast enough for me going up to 15 mph or so as advertised. It is a minimalist scoot. You are not going to know your speed or mileage unless you track on your phone app. I love the little colorful bars that indicate your battery strength left. I also love the gritted anti-skid platform. The grips are an odd ergo shape and are very comfortable to hold on to. The back tire is solid rubber which is great for avoiding flats but can set up some rough glides over bumps and cracks in the pavement. Smooth rolling start-up, quick move into being powered on, then easy throttle. I am a short woman and I feel like this scoot fits me like a glove. It stops just fine with its motor stop paddle or foot brake a la "old school" scootin'. The only improvements I would suggest are a bell ( added my own) and a tad easier-to-operate latch for folding and unfolding. Also the kickstand is too short and flimsy to be of any serious use, so I just prop it against something to park it. The BEST feature by far on this scoot is the lighting system. While riding in the pitch dark it lights up the roadway completely. Big bright projected lamp. I love it! Scooting around the neighborhood on an evening run is a pleasure I look forward to and this scooter makes it possible. Someone mentioned that there is no way to lock it with a bike lock when parked. Not true. There is a loop in the frame bottem behind the front wheel where a cable lock can be threaded. A photo of this is shown in the marketing ad. Really, it is just an all around sweet scooter. I have a more expensive larger one but this one is my favorite for it's "user friendliness". Just wonderful!

2.0 out of 5 stars
By scoooot - Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2020
Great for exercise
**Update after 3 weeks and ~20 rides on a full battery: Returned. Top speed lasts about 3 blocks after unplugging. Battery nearly dead after about 4 miles. I never tried to go further than that so it never died on me again, but the scooter never went faster than 10mph after the first mile. Customer service would rather replace the whole unit than try to fix it by sending a new battery, so I just requested a refund. At least the refund was quick. *** The Good: - Setup was a breeze. It comes largely pre-assembled, and the instructions clearly describe the final steps in fluent, sassy English. - This thing is solid. Feels super sturdy. If I’m ever in a horrible crash, the paramedics will still be able to ride circles around my body. The Okay: - The scooter was shipped in a scooter-sized box (the product packaging) that was placed inside another, giant cardboard box with no additional padding. When it arrived, the outer box was destroyed, the inner box had opened, and stuff was rattling around inside. Fortunately, I inspected throughly and didn’t see any damage. - The cute ’n’ dinky little kickstand works well if you’re on a completely flat surface and you put a fence around the scooter, but you’ll probably just want to store it in its folded state. Much more stable. Just rest the flat part on something semi-padded so the underside/battery can’t hit or scrape against the ground. The Rest: After assembling the scooter, allowing the recommended 8-hour initial charge (I ended up just charging it overnight, about 11 hours), and checking that the front tire was inflated to the proper PSI, I got ready to take my 170 lb. self and a 9 lb. backpack (yes, I weighed myself, = 179 lbs.) to my pharmacy and back: an 8.8 mile (round trip) scoot on a full battery. I’m in Orlando, which is flat. Like, really flat. - 1st half-mile: WOO! Holy crap this is fun. Definitely not 18mph, but I taste freedom. - Mile 1: Grinning maniacally, I look down. Woah, 1 battery bar down (out of 5) already? - Mile 2: Two bars down. More confused than concerned; in my head I’m going through all the recommended setup steps, thinking I may have made a mistake. But no … all boxes checked. - Miles 2 through 4.4 (made it to the pharmacy): Power greatly reduced. I’d be surprised if I was going more than 10mph. I’m starting to get disappointed…I was really excited about this. - Leaving the pharmacy, powering the scooter back on: Only the yellow and red battery bars turn on. Wondering if I should call a cab. - Miles 4.4-6ish: I’m maintaining that 9-10ish mph, and I’m trying to think positively. ‘Okay, THIS is where I’m gonna see the longevity of this machine. It may not be fast, but I’m moving steadily. I could make myself okay with traveling two-thirds of the advertised 15 maximum miles at this pace. I definitely didn’t just set fire to $400+.’ - Mile 7ish: The yellow battery bar is gone. The remaining red one is blinking. The scooter’s moving about as fast as a light jog (4-6mph). I start pumping with my foot occasionally to help it along. I’m checking my phone occasionally to see how far I still need to go. I’m starting to get pissed. - 0.9 miles left: Not sure the motor’s doing anything, because I’m definitely doing all of the work with my own feet. Realizing I’m desperately out of shape. - Home: Had to walk for a few blocks. I’m a sweaty mess and lightheaded (admittedly, it’s not Razor’s fault that I never do cardio). Too tired to be pissed. TL;DR: I did everything I was told to do in the manual, but I got about 7.5 miles on a full charge and had to pump/walk myself the rest of the way home. And the top speed was less than 10mph for at least half of that, less than 5 mph for the last mile. I’ll update this if the dealer can somehow give me the machine I thought I was buying. Really, really bummed and $400 poorer.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By A. Dremeaux - Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2020
Great so far in my first few rides
This will be a living review that I update as I continue to use the device. 7/30/20, 5 rides: This is a very sturdy scooter that feels like a solid piece of engineering. Everything is super rigid and tight and weighty. Ride comfort and control is fantastic on clean, flat pavement. It's absolutely a joy to ride. The scooter could probably use some suspension, however, as even small blips in the road or cracks in the sidewalk can feel quite jarring. Forget riding even at low speeds on cobblestone. I worry about the long term durability of the scooter given the lack of suspension. Speed is great, on a full charge. I'm maxing out around 16mph on a total flat, and on even a very very slight downhill grade I hit 21mph, which was kind of nutty. However, I wish the engine put out more horsepower. On that same slight grade, but going up, it really starts to feel sluggish, and you'll hit only maybe 12mph. In addition, speed seems to slow down as the battery dies. The breaking is very responsive and reliable from both the handlebar brakes and the rear wheel foot brake. I am not particularly confident in the maximum range estimate of 15 miles. My commute is 3 miles each way, and when I've been returning after these 6 miles the battery gauge is showing 2 or 3 out of 5 total bars, and I can already feel the engine losing torque. I haven't tried to do the trip without a full charge as I don't want to be caught out with a dead battery, but I'd wager if you are consistently needing to go over 10 miles on a single charge, you may want to be careful. This thing is *heavy.* The picture of the guy casually standing there holding it is misleading. You can carry it, but forget carrying it significant distances, it is not light. In terms of accessories and/or compatibility, it could be a lot better. Handlebar space to attach accessories is very limited, and I couldn't fit both a bell and two mirrors. I wish the handlebars had standard sockets for mirrors, as attaching mirrors via ring clamps on the handlebars failed. For locking, there is a welded loop near the front wheel that is intended to pass a lock through, except it's too small! I couldn't find a single quality bike lock that is small enough to fit through this hole. You only option is going to be a cheap wire lock and I wouldn't trust this device out on the street with that, they are too easily cut. I will update this review in 4-6 weeks with any new info about longer term reliability.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Whimscycle - Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2020
Night Rides!
The scooter is lightweight, easy to fold, and is fast enough for me going up to 15 mph or so as advertised. It is a minimalist scoot. You are not going to know your speed or mileage unless you track on your phone app. I love the little colorful bars that indicate your battery strength left. I also love the gritted anti-skid platform. The grips are an odd ergo shape and are very comfortable to hold on to. The back tire is solid rubber which is great for avoiding flats but can set up some rough glides over bumps and cracks in the pavement. Smooth rolling start-up, quick move into being powered on, then easy throttle. I am a short woman and I feel like this scoot fits me like a glove. It stops just fine with its motor stop paddle or foot brake a la "old school" scootin'. The only improvements I would suggest are a bell ( added my own) and a tad easier-to-operate latch for folding and unfolding. Also the kickstand is too short and flimsy to be of any serious use, so I just prop it against something to park it. The BEST feature by far on this scoot is the lighting system. While riding in the pitch dark it lights up the roadway completely. Big bright projected lamp. I love it! Scooting around the neighborhood on an evening run is a pleasure I look forward to and this scooter makes it possible. Someone mentioned that there is no way to lock it with a bike lock when parked. Not true. There is a loop in the frame bottem behind the front wheel where a cable lock can be threaded. A photo of this is shown in the marketing ad. Really, it is just an all around sweet scooter. I have a more expensive larger one but this one is my favorite for it's "user friendliness". Just wonderful!

2.0 out of 5 stars
By scoooot - Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2020
Great for exercise
**Update after 3 weeks and ~20 rides on a full battery: Returned. Top speed lasts about 3 blocks after unplugging. Battery nearly dead after about 4 miles. I never tried to go further than that so it never died on me again, but the scooter never went faster than 10mph after the first mile. Customer service would rather replace the whole unit than try to fix it by sending a new battery, so I just requested a refund. At least the refund was quick. *** The Good: - Setup was a breeze. It comes largely pre-assembled, and the instructions clearly describe the final steps in fluent, sassy English. - This thing is solid. Feels super sturdy. If I’m ever in a horrible crash, the paramedics will still be able to ride circles around my body. The Okay: - The scooter was shipped in a scooter-sized box (the product packaging) that was placed inside another, giant cardboard box with no additional padding. When it arrived, the outer box was destroyed, the inner box had opened, and stuff was rattling around inside. Fortunately, I inspected throughly and didn’t see any damage. - The cute ’n’ dinky little kickstand works well if you’re on a completely flat surface and you put a fence around the scooter, but you’ll probably just want to store it in its folded state. Much more stable. Just rest the flat part on something semi-padded so the underside/battery can’t hit or scrape against the ground. The Rest: After assembling the scooter, allowing the recommended 8-hour initial charge (I ended up just charging it overnight, about 11 hours), and checking that the front tire was inflated to the proper PSI, I got ready to take my 170 lb. self and a 9 lb. backpack (yes, I weighed myself, = 179 lbs.) to my pharmacy and back: an 8.8 mile (round trip) scoot on a full battery. I’m in Orlando, which is flat. Like, really flat. - 1st half-mile: WOO! Holy crap this is fun. Definitely not 18mph, but I taste freedom. - Mile 1: Grinning maniacally, I look down. Woah, 1 battery bar down (out of 5) already? - Mile 2: Two bars down. More confused than concerned; in my head I’m going through all the recommended setup steps, thinking I may have made a mistake. But no … all boxes checked. - Miles 2 through 4.4 (made it to the pharmacy): Power greatly reduced. I’d be surprised if I was going more than 10mph. I’m starting to get disappointed…I was really excited about this. - Leaving the pharmacy, powering the scooter back on: Only the yellow and red battery bars turn on. Wondering if I should call a cab. - Miles 4.4-6ish: I’m maintaining that 9-10ish mph, and I’m trying to think positively. ‘Okay, THIS is where I’m gonna see the longevity of this machine. It may not be fast, but I’m moving steadily. I could make myself okay with traveling two-thirds of the advertised 15 maximum miles at this pace. I definitely didn’t just set fire to $400+.’ - Mile 7ish: The yellow battery bar is gone. The remaining red one is blinking. The scooter’s moving about as fast as a light jog (4-6mph). I start pumping with my foot occasionally to help it along. I’m checking my phone occasionally to see how far I still need to go. I’m starting to get pissed. - 0.9 miles left: Not sure the motor’s doing anything, because I’m definitely doing all of the work with my own feet. Realizing I’m desperately out of shape. - Home: Had to walk for a few blocks. I’m a sweaty mess and lightheaded (admittedly, it’s not Razor’s fault that I never do cardio). Too tired to be pissed. TL;DR: I did everything I was told to do in the manual, but I got about 7.5 miles on a full charge and had to pump/walk myself the rest of the way home. And the top speed was less than 10mph for at least half of that, less than 5 mph for the last mile. I’ll update this if the dealer can somehow give me the machine I thought I was buying. Really, really bummed and $400 poorer.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By A. Dremeaux - Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2020
Great so far in my first few rides
This will be a living review that I update as I continue to use the device. 7/30/20, 5 rides: This is a very sturdy scooter that feels like a solid piece of engineering. Everything is super rigid and tight and weighty. Ride comfort and control is fantastic on clean, flat pavement. It's absolutely a joy to ride. The scooter could probably use some suspension, however, as even small blips in the road or cracks in the sidewalk can feel quite jarring. Forget riding even at low speeds on cobblestone. I worry about the long term durability of the scooter given the lack of suspension. Speed is great, on a full charge. I'm maxing out around 16mph on a total flat, and on even a very very slight downhill grade I hit 21mph, which was kind of nutty. However, I wish the engine put out more horsepower. On that same slight grade, but going up, it really starts to feel sluggish, and you'll hit only maybe 12mph. In addition, speed seems to slow down as the battery dies. The breaking is very responsive and reliable from both the handlebar brakes and the rear wheel foot brake. I am not particularly confident in the maximum range estimate of 15 miles. My commute is 3 miles each way, and when I've been returning after these 6 miles the battery gauge is showing 2 or 3 out of 5 total bars, and I can already feel the engine losing torque. I haven't tried to do the trip without a full charge as I don't want to be caught out with a dead battery, but I'd wager if you are consistently needing to go over 10 miles on a single charge, you may want to be careful. This thing is *heavy.* The picture of the guy casually standing there holding it is misleading. You can carry it, but forget carrying it significant distances, it is not light. In terms of accessories and/or compatibility, it could be a lot better. Handlebar space to attach accessories is very limited, and I couldn't fit both a bell and two mirrors. I wish the handlebars had standard sockets for mirrors, as attaching mirrors via ring clamps on the handlebars failed. For locking, there is a welded loop near the front wheel that is intended to pass a lock through, except it's too small! I couldn't find a single quality bike lock that is small enough to fit through this hole. You only option is going to be a cheap wire lock and I wouldn't trust this device out on the street with that, they are too easily cut. I will update this review in 4-6 weeks with any new info about longer term reliability.