Tired of kicking around that Razor scooter you bought 15 years ago?
Well, now we have electric one.
I'm Wayne Cunningham here looking at the E300 Razor electric scooter.
And I'm Lynn La looking at the Razor E100 glow electric.
Both of these scooters have two lead acid batteries in them, which gives them about 40 minutes of run time.
This E300 has a top speed of fifteen miles per hour, it has a pneumatic tire, a rear brake, and has a weight limit of about 220 pounds.
In comparison, the E100 has a 120 pound weight limit, is front brake, a solid rear wheel, and LED lights on the deck.
The E100 offers a. Pretty solid ride.
But, as you can hear it, it's actually really loud.
And, I can feel nearly every bump on the ground underneath my feet.
In addition, it's also really hard to keep the accelerator going on, on mach speed without my hand getting sore after a while.
The E300 is also pretty loud.
It's got that chain drive and electric motor.
Compared to all the time.
But it does have a really comfortable ride because of these two pneumatic tires.
And it feels really stable because of the wide deck as well.
The accelerator is a little hard to modulate, but I don't have a very hard time keeping it on maximum throttle at all times.
With lead acid batteries and the chain drive, these are pretty primitive on the technology front, and they don't have any.
And there's no front hood light, or rear LED tail light.
There's also no battery indication.
So you have no idea how much power you're running on while you're riding these scooters.
So ultimately, I would say this is a, kinda in the toy category and the pricing reflects that.
The E100 is only $130.
This E300 is $270.
I'm Wayne Cunningham.
I'm Lynn La.
And we're here taking a first look a the Razor E100 and Razor E300 electric scooters.