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Razor E300 electric scooter offers nothing but the basics (pictures)

Razor's simple E300 electric scooter can handle adult riders, but its lack of a charge indicator or lights makes it little more than a toy.

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The E300 is Razor's largest electric scooter, capable of carrying riders up to 220 pounds.

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The E300 is very simple, offering only basic drive controls.

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This twist accelerator makes modulating speed difficult.

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The kickstand is the about the only convenience feature.

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Two lead acid batteries are mounted under the deck.

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The E300's tubular steel construction feels sturdy.

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Pneumatic tires make for a comfortable ride.

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The E300 is shown here with its little brother, the E100.

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