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E125 Specifications

Dimensions
19.3" x 13.5" x 34.8"
the e125 weighs 25.3 pounds

25.3

maximum speed

10

maximum carrying weight

120

battery life

40

minutes
Upc n
817378  007834

Editorial Review

E-scooters are big business. By 2026 they will be the supreme driving force behind the small electric vehicles market, one that is projected to be worth approximately $33 billion. Also by that time the global population will largely be located in cities, so it makes sense that manufacturers and distributors would promote the green energy and affordability of e-scooters now. So in a mere decade, is it possible that most city dwellers will drive electric scooters? Maybe, especially if traffic congestion and air pollution are still an issue, and there's no reason to think they won't be. Perhaps most city folk will take public transit, which makes having an e-scooter all the more tenable for workers seeking last-mile solutions.

Kids are not worried about such problems. But when they grow up and it becomes time for them to get jobs, they'll benefit from having learned how to ride an e-scooter when they were little. Perhaps they started on something like the Pulse Safe Start, a trike with a tiny battery and motorized back wheel that's safe for toddlers. Later, they might have graduated to the Razor E100, a scooter for the 8-plus demographic that goes up to 10 mph, leaving the 1.75-mph Safe Start in the dust. Finally, they could have earned their bachelor's degree in scooting on the Razor E300, which is heftier, faster, and for kids of at least 13 years.

The Razor E125 is of the same class as the E100, which makes it a decent beginner's scooter for those of at least 8 years old. It has a high-torque, chain-driven motor, a twist-grip throttle, and a hand-operated front brake. The motor is engaged once the scooter is kicked off to 3 mph. The handlebar is adjustable for different rider heights. The E125 sits on a 125-mm polyurethane rear wheel and an 8-inch pneumatic front tire. It goes up to 10 mph for about 40 minutes, after which the battery needs 12 hours to recharge but no more than 24. The maximum weight limit is 120 lbs.

Razor E125 | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 5

E125 Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

Quick service and great product.

Tom's Guide
walmart.com
Inclination

Received the product in excellent condition. Would definitely recommend your service and product to anyone. Thanks...

Tom's Guide
dickssportinggoods.com
Inclination

Great scooter for the given price. Runs like charm and has long battery life.

Tom's Guide
dickssportinggoods.com
Inclination

I was really impressed. It was very powerful and carried me through the grass, to the street and back with ease and I weight 200lbs. Can't beat it.

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

Our kids love them and I highly recommend. Moves fast and recharges easily. For older kids who like to go really fast, the 125 is recommended.

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

Works great and my grand children seem to love it.

Tom's Guide
walmart.com