Friday, June 22, 2012

The Different Types Of Razor Electric Scooters

Founded in 2000, the Razor scooter company introduced its now legendary kick scooter and has been growing ever since. With the addition of electricity to their groundbreaking scooter design, Razor electric scooters have been gaining in popularity among both kids and adults alike. There are currently eight different types of electric scooters available for purchase from the Razor scooter company.
The E100 electric scooter by Razor is built for kids from ages eight and up with a weight limit of one hundred twenty pounds. The deck and frame are both kid sized and it can travel up to ten miles an hour. This style of scooter offers up to forty minute of continuous use and comes with a rechargeable battery. This model has won a Parent's Choice award and comes with a price tag of one hundred fifty dollars.
Next up is the E200 scooter. This Razor scooter comes with a full sized deck and frame suitable for ages thirteen and up, including adults. Speeds range up to thirteen miles an hour and offers up to forty minutes of continuous use. An add on edition to the E200 is the E200S. This version offers a mounted seat option and kickstand, also for ages thirteen and up. Both versions of this model are meant for riders who weigh up to one hundred fifty four pounds and fold up for easy storage. The E200 costs two hundred twenty dollars with the E200S adding twenty dollars to that price.
The E300 and E300S Razor electric scooters are built with the older teen and adult riders in mind as it comes with a larger deck, frame and tires. At thirteen miles per hour, this is the fastest version of electric scooters that Razor makes. Both of these versions offer up to forty minutes of continuous drive time and come with a rechargeable battery. Like the difference between the E200 and the E200S, the E300S offers the mounted seat and kickstand. The E300 is priced at two hundred sixty dollars while the E300S adds and extra twenty dollars for the added features.
Both the Sweet Pea E100 and E300S were designed with female riders in mind. These Razor scooters include all of the same features of the E100 and E300S models. The most noticeable difference is in the aesthetic options available specifically meant for girls, female teenagers and adult women. The rider specifications are exactly the same for both models. The only variance is the price of the Sweet Pea E300S. Coming in as the most expensive scooter, the Sweet Pea E300S carries the price of two hundred ninety dollars.
Lastly, Razor's eSpark is an interesting twist on their electric scooters. This scooter actually comes with cartridges that create sparks while you ride. It comes with two spark cartridges and a spark bar. The scooter itself is based on the E100 design, but costs thirty dollars more. Whatever scooter you decide to invest your money in, knowing the differences between all of the Razor electric scooters will make your decision easier.

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