Razor E200 Electric Scooter Review
The Razor E200 was created with kids in mind.
It is suitable for both boys and girls and is suitable for children aged 12 and up.
The Razor E200 is no exception to the rule that Razor scooters are pleasant to ride. Thanks to the detachable seat, your child will have a fantastic time riding this scooter whether they are standing or seated.
The E200 should be utilised for pleasure and maybe travelling to and from school, in my opinion.
The E200 is great for any youngster looking to impress their classmates with its bright, colourful, and vivid appearance.
If you don’t like the design and would rather something that seems a little more grown up, especially for older adolescents, the GoTrax Glider or GoTrax G2 are good options.
The E200 is also available in a seated version. The E200S is the same scooter as the E200, but with the addition of a removable seat, making it incredibly adaptable — it’s like getting two scooters for the price of one. When you take out the seat, you’re left with an E200!
Razor is a brand that I’m sure you’ve heard of before. They sold 13 million electric scooters, with the bulk of them going to children.
They are the global leaders in electric scooters as a consequence of their market dominance, and their products have won several honours, including Parent Choice Awards.
Speed & Acceleration:
The Razor E200 can reach speeds of up to 12 miles per hour.
Although this is not the quickest electric scooter for kids, it will keep them entertained as they ride about the neighbourhood. After all, as a parent (if you are a parent reading this), you don’t want your child to be able to ride their electric scooter at high speeds, especially if it is their first.
The E200 is extremely quiet, especially considering its speed is in the middle of the spectrum for kids electric scooters (10–16 mph). It will be a hit with your neighbours.
Battery & Range:
You should be able to ride the E200 for roughly 40 minutes on a single charge. Consider how many times your child could ride it around the block.
Would I advise you to go for an electric scooter that has a larger range? Unless you’re buying an electric scooter for an older adolescent, I believe the E200’s battery performance will be more than enough to provide your youngster a reasonable amount of riding time. Apart from that, they’ll probably become tired and want to play with their other toys before the battery dies — we all know how children are!
However, you may consider the Razor E300, which has a range of 10 miles, or the GoTrax Glider, which has a range of 20 miles.
Construction & Quality:
I mentioned earlier in the review that the scooter has an all-steel frame, which allows it to resist harsh use and, as you might anticipate, wear and tear from your youngster riding the scooter and banging it around.
The Razor E200 has a range of 8 miles and a peak speed of 12 mph, as well as:
- The cushioned seat and seat post are easy to detach, allowing you to adjust from sitting to standing.
- Kickstand that retracts
- Twist grip acceleration control is simple to operate.
- On the handlebars, there is a brake.
- To assist lighten the ride, 8 inch air filled tyres are used.
It is up to you to decide how you want to ride it. It weighs 46 pounds if you ride it sitting down (with the seat attached). When the seat is removed and the bike is ridden standing up, it weighs 42 pounds.
The E200 isn’t the lightest electric scooter I’ve tested, but neither are many children’s electric scooters. In reality, the majority of Razor scooters for youngsters weigh between 29 and 59 pounds. The GoTrax Glider is the lightest kids electric scooter I’ve seen, at only 20 pounds.
The E200’s all-steel frame and fork can not only accommodate riders weighing up to 154 pounds, but they can also survive rough use.
I prefer to emphasise the pace at which kids electric scooters can move whenever I review them. The higher the speed of the scooter, the higher the risk. Given the Razor E200’s mid-range speed of 12 mph, I believe it is too safe for children – some children’s scooters can reach 15 mph, while others can reach 18 mph!
Of course, when it comes to safety, speed is only one thing to consider. It’s critical to have a brake that can consistently slow the scooter down.
The E200, on the other hand, takes a step farther than merely having a brake. When pressure is applied and the brake is engaged, the engine will cut, allowing you to relax knowing that your child is safe while playing on their new electric scooter.
I wouldn’t expect your child to be able to handle the E200 because of its weight, both sitting and unseated, but do they really need to? I’d say no, especially if they’re simply having fun with it.
Furthermore, if children wind up facing a wall or another immovable object, it is simple for them to rock the scooter back and forth to position it in the direction they wish to ride.
If you’re going on a day trip and want to take the scooter with you, you can easily remove the seat and handlebars to fit the scooter in your trunk.
Assembly is required for all Razor scooters. ‘Assembly!’ I know what you’re thinking. I assumed I could just order it and have it built and ready to go.’
You’re somewhat correct.
The Razor E200 will come 95 percent assembled, leaving only three simple steps to complete.
What are the three items you’ll need to get started? I’m grateful you inquired.
1. Attaching the handlebars
It will just take you around 5 minutes to complete this task. All of the necessary tools are supplied.
2. Pump up the tires
This is, once again, a simple task. Pumping up a bicycle is the same thing. In fact, for this stage, make sure you have a bicycle pump on hand.
3. Attach the seat (if choose the E200S model)
It will only take just a few minutes to connect the seat, and you don’t even have to do it if you don’t want to! You may go on the scooter and stand up and ride it.
The Razor E200 (S) will take you around 10-15 minutes to put together.
I’m thinking you wanted to see a Razor E200 shakedown at the outset of this review, and perhaps by now I’ve led you to a far better alternative, the E200.
In light of this, how would I evaluate the Razor E200? It’s an excellent electric scooter for children.
What is my opinion of the Razor E200? It is an excellent electric scooter for children.
If you choose the E200S, keep in mind that it not only has the same performance as the E200, but it also has a detachable seat and seat post that allows you to ride it standing or seated.
That means that after your child has mastered riding the scooter securely while seated, they can move.
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