Updated September 29, 2019 by Kevin Flores

The 10 Best Razor Electric Scooters

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This wiki has been updated 12 times since it was first published in August of 2018. During the first few years of the 21st century, Razor scooters were all the rage. The speedy rise in popularity of their people-powered units spurred the launch of these electric models, which are typically operated using a twist throttle. Available in an array of sizes and designs, these battery-powered e-scooters serve as a cost-effective, environmentally-friendly mode of transportation. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best razor electric scooter on Amazon.

10. E200S Seated

9. E325 Motorized

8. RX200 Off-Road

7. E125 Scooter

6. Power Core E90

5. E100 Electric

4. Miniature Euro

3. Power A2

2. E300 Ride On

1. EcoSmart Metro

Editor's Notes

September 20, 2019:

Before settling on an electric scooter, make sure to note the weight limit, as some models are specifically for youngsters; overloading a scooter can risk ruining its motor. The EcoSmart Metro, Miniature Euro and E325 Motorized are designed for adult use, though even these have weight limits that should be abided by.

If speed is what you're looking for, the EcoSmart Metro will zip you around town at 18 mph -- about six times the average walking speed -- which is fast enough to replace a car for surface street travel. The Miniature Euro is not too far behind with a top speed of 15 mph.

Another thing to keep in mind is tire diameter. Generally, the smaller the tires, the bumpier the ride will be. Our top pick, the E325 Motorized, excels in this category with 16-inch pneumatic tube tires. The Miniature Euro also provides a smooth ride with 12-inch tires.

You'll want to purchase a few accessories to go along with your new scooter, such as a helmet to help protect your head and a lock to secure your scooter when you park it.

Kevin Flores
Last updated on September 29, 2019 by Kevin Flores

Kevin Flores is an award-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker whose work has been featured in several major media outlets. Word thrift and clarity were pounded into his prose by merciless editors during his days as a breaking news reporter for a wire service. These days he can usually be found trawling through public records and tracking down shadowy shell companies for a nonprofit media organization he co-founded. He enjoys his time away from the screen by pursuing a hobby restoring furniture, giving him special insight into woodworking tools and materials. His filmmaking experience also turned him—willing or not—into something of an audio and video equipment fiend.

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