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As such, they have all the same qualities with the added addition of a motor.
The differences between models are a little bit different. From the type of platform, you can choose from either a standing model or a sitting model, to the type of motor.
But they all contain an electrically powered motor and run at fairly low speeds.
Kids will still need to have a helmet on when riding one for safety reasons.
The e150 electric razor scooter has a top speed of 10 mph.. It is rated to hold up to 120 lbs..
The battery has a charge time of 12 hours and can run approximately 40 minutes on one battery charge.
The most readily available color is red. The brake is on the front and squeezed by hand to stop the scooter.
Assembly is required upon purchase. The customer reviews gave this scooter a high rating.
The difference between the e150 and the e200 is that the e200 has a bigger motor which tops out at 12 mph and has the option of adding a seat. It is also available in green.
The e300 electric razor scooters have a top speed of 15 mph, thanks to its bigger motor.
It can also handle up to 220 lbs. The run-time is approximately 45 minutes and only needs about 4 to 6 hours for a full recharge.
This scooter is designed for older children, 13 and up. It still has to be assembled and comes in the color of blue.
It also contains the option to add a seat. The e350 is very similar to the e300 version with its top speed of 15 mph and its recommendation for older children.
The charge time is longer at 8 hours. It is available in black.
Electric razor scooters can be purchased at places like Kmart, Pep Boys, The Sports Authority, Toys R Us and Sears.
Compare prices online to get the best sale price. Colors and prices will vary from store to store. Replacement parts can easily be found online.
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