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

Date First Available ‏ : ‎ November 9, 2020

Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Razor USA, LLC

Best Sellers Rank: #44,554 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #62 in Self Balancing Scooters #201 in Sport Scooters

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Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars 2,631 ratings

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4.0 out of 5 stars | I'm 68 and fell like 18 again on this
Style: Standing Ride (E300) Color: Matte Grey
The media could not be loaded. I had to stop riding my bike because of a knee injury and bought this. I commute to work 2 days a week from Santa Cruz to Sausalito. I take my scooter with me on the train from San Jose to SF then I ride the scooter to the ferry building 2 miles away and catch the ferry to Sausalito then ride another mile to my work boat. The trip back drops me off at pier 39 an added 2 miles farther to go. Total it's 8 miles round trip dodging people the whole way and the Razor doe's it with ease. I'm 68 and fell like 18 again on this. My only complaint is you never know when you are going to run out of battery power, so I added a meter and now I know.
Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2017 by Rick Mortimer

1.0 out of 5 stars | DANGEROUS! Brake failure. Poor range, brakes, and tires. Poor vendor support. This scooter is an (unsafe) toy at best.
Style: Standing Ride (E300) Color: Matte Grey
RANGE: This scooter is advertised as going up to 15 MPH for 40 minutes. This works out to a maximum range of about 10 miles. I didn't expect 10 miles, but the scooter struggles to go 2.6 miles. My route is almost perfectly flat, too: according to Google, there is a total of 20 feet of elevation gain and 13 feet of elevation loss over the entire route. The tires are both fully inflated to 45 PSI. 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.
Reviewed in the United States on June 18, 2018 by Nobody in particular

5.0 out of 5 stars | FREAKING AWESOME!
Style: Standing Ride (E300) Color: Matte Grey
I am a 20 year old woman living alone, (I weigh 155 pounds by the way) and I live 6 miles from work in Phoenix, Arizona. Formerly I was riding my bike to work and asking people for rides, but for days my boss became adamant in recommending I buy a Razor Electric Scooter because of the hot temperatures and he was terrified of me riding my bike at midnight-1 AM (I'm a dish crew closer at a restaurant) as well as other factors. 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!
Reviewed in the United States on June 24, 2017 by Andromeda Aristy

1.0 out of 5 stars | If your budget is $200 - $300, you can find much better scooter everywhere.
Style: Standing Ride (E300) Color: Matte Grey
(-)The motor is extremely loud, maybe only my E300 was defective? (-)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.
Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2018 by Customer

1.0 out of 5 stars | Razor stopped putting the larger and wider tires on the ...
Style: Standing Ride (E300) Color: Matte Grey
Razor stopped putting the larger and wider tires on the E300 scooter starting with product 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.
Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2016 by JK

5.0 out of 5 stars | The wind blows my hair back and I feel so free and happy and carefree its hard to tell you with out ...
Style: Standing Ride (E300) Color: Matte Grey
I bought this for my grandson and didn't give it to him. I kept it and zip all over the place on it. I'm 65 so I get a few looks but it brings my childhood back to me and for that I'm grateful. The wind blows my hair back and I feel so free and happy and carefree its hard to tell you with out sounding sappy. When I'm buzzing around on this thing I feel like I don't have a problem in the world.
Reviewed in the United States on April 23, 2016 by Amazon Customer

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