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Razor e300

Razor e300
  • Range

    16 km

  • Top Speed

    24 kph

  • Motor Power

    250w

  • Max Load

    100 kg

Description
The Razor e300 is a high-quality, reliable electric scooter with a top speed of 24 kph and a range of 16 km that you can enjoy. It has a 250w motor power and pneumatic tires for superior traction and with an easy-to-control twist throttle, the Razor e300 is the perfect mode of transportation for getting around campus or making your commute to work more enjoyable.
Specification
Razor e300
Features
Max Load
100 kg
Water Resistant
None
Recharge Time
12 hours
Lights
None
Brakes
Hand
Tires
Pneumatic
Suspension
None
Performance
Range
16 km
Motor Power
250w
Top Speed
24 kph
Design
Brand
Razor
Weight
19.5 kg
Category
e-Scooter
Reviews of the Razor e300
Rated 2.7 / 5 from 6 Reviews
Razor E300 Review
electricscooterinsider.com
  • - 2.5
The Razor E300 has been designed with teenager and adults in mind. Typically, I would say that this is more of an option for teenagers given it’s design, but after all, that is down to personal preference. If you want a scooter that you leisurely ride around the neighborhood, to the store or through the park then the Razor E300 is a good option for you. If you are looking for an electric scooter that you’ll be able to use to commute, the E300 is not the one for you. Instead, check out my list of the best electric scooters for commuting.
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Razor E300 review – perfect for kids, but can adults ride it too?
escooternerds.com
Is the Razor E300 the best electric scooter for adults? No. There are other $300 scooters that will be a better choice. Is the Razor E300 at least a good choice for an adult? Meh, it might be an ok choice in some cases. Is the Razor E300 a good scooter for a kid over 13? Yes. Most definitely yes. It does what it was originally designed for, and it does its job well. If you are thinking of getting your children a gift, or simply just getting them a cool device they can use and have great fun with, consider the Razor E300, they are almost guaranteed to love it.
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Razor E300 electric scooter lacks the features to reach its potential
cnet.com
The Razor E300's big tires make it a comfortable ride for city distances, and its batteries seem to offer a good amount of range. But this electric scooter misses the boat on all kinds of features that could take it from occasional toy to real transportation. The inability to lock it up limits its use for quick errands and the lack of a charge gauge has too much potential to leave you stranded, having to push this scooter the old-fashioned way.
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Razor E300 Review
techgearlab.com
  • - 1.9
The Razor E300 simply fails to perform at the same level as the other products we tested. For example, it has an extremely short travel radius and a prolonged charging time. Moreover, the scooter does not so much as hint at the needs of the commuter oriented customer. Overall we were less than impressed with this well-known brand's electric scooter.
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RAZOR E300 ELECTRIC SCOOTER REVIEW
scooter.guide
  • - 3.4
The E300 is definitely value for money, but only if you know what you’re getting. This is a heavy-duty scooter built for short bursts of fun and designed for kids. It’s not a fashionable scooter or one built for everyday riding on city streets. It’s not portable either and weight can be a problem. So why buy it? The bottom line is that it’s a great low-cost introduction to the world of electric scooters.
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Razor E300 Electric Scooter Review
eridehero.com
  • - 2.8
However, if you are looking for a fast scooter, and you only want to be able to travel short distances or have a cheap, fun alternative to a regular skateboard or rollerblades, this will probably check all your boxes. There’s really nothing special about the Razor E300 as a budget scooter, but it’s truly a budget scooter and great for teens and kids not looking for anything more than a fun way to get around.
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