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Razor E200 Electric scooter - Dick's Sporting Goods

Razor E200 Electric scooter

Item Number: 15674896
Price: $229.99
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Buying Guide


Put some zip in your ride on the Razor® E200 Electric Scooter. Designed for riders 13 and up, it has a full size deck and frame that fold for convenient storage. Reach 12 mph as you accelerate around town with twist-grip controls and a high torque, chain driven motor. The large 8" pneumatic tires and 24V rechargeable battery system ensure you have up to 40 minutes of continuous smooth riding. Battery charger is included.

FEATURES:

  • Large, foldable deck and frame
  • All steel frame and fork
  • Handlebar folding system
  • Retractable kickstand
  • Motor: High torque, chain driven
  • Battery: 24V (two 12V) sealed lead acid rechargeable battery system
  • Battery charger included
  • Controller: Twist-grip acceleration
  • Top Speed: 12 mph
  • Range: Up to 40 minutes of continuous use
  • Brakes: Hand operated rear brakes
  • Wheels: 8" pneumatic tires
  • Product Weight: 40 lbs
  • Ages: 13+
  • Weight limit: 154 lbs
  • Assembled Product Dimensions: 37" x 16" x 42"
  • Some assembly required
  • Product decoration and specifications subject to change without notice
  • Style: 13112445
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Country Of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hold on to your hat! My ten year old son talked me into paying a little more to get a scooter that went a few miles faster. What I didn't anticipate was that it's a little larger and heavier as well! This scooter is quick - you may want to make sure they know exactly how to drive it before turning them loose! He has been able to drive it very well without any practice, but some of his friends have struggled initially. The assembly was very easy. All you have to do is attach the handlebar portion to the main body with an allen wrench which was provided. I actually assembled it all by myself! (Go mom!) Follow the initial instructions closely as the battery has to charge for a full 12 hours before the scooter is ridden. My son set his alarm and woke us all up at 5:00 am to ride it! It does stay charged for a long time. Because it's a a little bigger we anticipate him being able to use it well into his teen years. Worth the extra money! Be prepared for siblings to want one as well. The scooter is a hit with all age groups! October 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by My son LOVES this So far he has ridden it twice but he LOVES this. I thought it might be a little "too old" for him since he is only 9 years old but he got the hang of it immediately. It scares me to death but he zips around the black top at the local school and is very good at controlling it. He has never had an electric scooter, only the Razor that you push with your leg. My 6 year old has the 100 series and he LOVES that one. These are worth every penny. January 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome scooter! Bought this for my niece as a Christmas present. She was very excited to have another electric scooter. She had the previous version of this scooter which was green and loved it. Unfortunately after much use, the battery needed replaced and the chain became loose. She used her old one for about 2 1/2 years before it was retired. She has t used this one yet but knows what is in store. We live in pittsburgh so it won't be used until spring time but I know she will love it just as much as her last one. January 4, 2013
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