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E300s Specifications

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41"
42"
the e300s weighs 52 pounds

52

maximum speed

15

maximum carrying weight

220

battery life

40

minutes
Upc n
845423  010058

Editorial Review

What could be better than the standard electric push scooter? An electric sitting scooter, of course. The Razor E300S is one of the company's seated e-scooters, very different from their Razor EcoSmart Metro. The Metro is more akin to a bicycle, being a seated-only scooter and having spoke wheels, a luggage rack and basket, whereas the E300S's seat post can be removed for standing. At 52 lbs., the E300S weighs less than the Metro and significantly more than the Maxtra, and is almost half the weight of the high-performance seated Super Cycle & Scooters Super Turbo 1000 Elite. Unlike the Maxtra, it lacks a folding and adjustable stem. However, it possesses clean, simple lines, and its frame and fork are made of steel. It's powered by a high-torque, chain-driven motor and a 24-volt sealed lead acid rechargeable battery system.

Krupp had a version of the Autoped with a seat back in the early 1900s, so it's not a new idea. Some of the seated scooters of today have removable seat posts so that the adventurous rider can stand, such as the poorly received Maxtra E1013-120. When people think of scooters, they probably still envision a Razor, at least the name if not the look. It was Razor that really made the scooter take off in the USA, and they continue to pump out push and electric scooters for different age groups and applications in a variety of pricing.

While the Maxtra is rated for kids 6 to 14 years of age, the E300s is for those 13 years and older. Its 10-inch extra-wide pneumatic tires and super-large deck can support up to 220 lbs. In contrast to the 1000 Elite, which has a top speed of 27 mph and a maximum range of 18 miles, this Razor's top speed is 15 mph for 40 minutes at most. Anywhere from 8 to 24 hours is needed to charge the batteries. Additional features include twist-grip acceleration, a hand-operated rear brake, and a retractable kickstand. Like the 1000 Elite, the E300S appears to be much appreciated by its riders.

Razor E300s | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 5

E300s Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

The scooters are wonderful. Its a great deal for the money. I hate putting things together but these were pretty easy. We bought the model that comes with a seat.

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

Really like it but needs adjustable speeds and ability to go faster up hills. Charge does not last that long.

Tom's Guide
amazon.ca
Inclination

Hands down this was the best price and the delivery was so fast. I definitely will shop walmart on line again.

Tom's Guide
walmart.com
Inclination

My daughter road it once and loves it! It's kind of cold out to ride. But she will really enjoy it in the spring and summer! The box was a little beat up...

Tom's Guide
walmart.com
Inclination

This scooter was very well made and worth the price I paid. It was ordered for an elderly gentleman, and he loved it... Thank you for a superior product and great service!

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

My son loves this scooter and takes it everywhere he goes. Great purchase.

Tom's Guide
amazon.ca
Inclination

Bought this for my husband who is 71 years old and he absolutely loves it. So easy to assemble, took him all of 10 minutes. Great for his short trips to the shops and the pub!

Tom's Guide
amazon.co.uk
Inclination

This scooter is brilliant for running about but only lasts for about 40 min when got full charge.

Tom's Guide
amazon.co.uk