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Razor® Power Core E100™ Electric Scooter

Razor® Power Core E100™ Electric Scooter - image 1 of 8
color Blue/Black

about this item

Enjoy a longer ride time with the Razor Power Core E100 and its innovative, in-wheel hub motor. Lighter and more efficient, the maintenance-free Power Core technology delivers 50% more ride time than the Razor E100 - up to 60 minutes of continuous use. Kick to start the high-torque hub motor and twist the throttle to feel the maxed-up power of the 100-watt motor at speeds up to 11 mph (18 km/h). The Power Core E100 features an aluminum deck and all-steel frame and fork for maximum durability, while the pneumatic front tire and flat-free, rubber rear tire deliver a smooth ride with increased traction. The combination of power and efficiency makes the Power Core E100 a blast for riders ages 8 and up.
Dimensions (Overall): 35.0 inches (H) x 16.0 inches (W) x 33.0 inches (L)
Material: Steel (Frame)
Battery: 2.0 Non-universal Lead acid, Required, included
Motor Wattage: 100.0 watts
Wheel Material: Rubber
Weight: 24.5 pounds
Holds up to: 120.0 pounds
Assembly Details: Assembly required, tools provided
Battery Charge Life: Up to 45 minutes
Sporting Goods Item: Electric scooters
Suggested Age: 8 Years and Up
Estimated Charge Time: 12.0 hour
Safety Warning: Adult Supervision Recommended
cruising range: 10.0 miles
Number of Wheels: 2.0
Maximum Speed: 11.0 miles per hour
Wheel Diameter: 200.0 millimeter
Warranty: 90 day limited warranty
TCIN: 52390449
UPC: 845423019617
Item Number (DPCI): 082-07-1481

guest reviews

overall: 2.8 out of 5 stars, see all reviews

most recent reviews

(would recommend)
5 out of 5 stars
bigmo 4 months ago
I completely disagree with the prior review. This new Razor is faster and runs better than prior models. Yes, you need to get it going first, but that helps protect the 'transmission' and allows the motor to run at a higher gear factor (sorta like starting in third gear). My kid loves it, and at the...see moreof the reviewer's review
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(would not recommend)
2 out of 5 stars
E Biggins 10 months ago
verified purchaser
2 stars. Here's why: The motor is one of those small ride-on car motors, not the rugged type used previously, so it lacks starting torque. Razor decided you should get the scooter going 3 mph before the motor will engage. This sucks compared to the older style where you twist the throttle Ang go. On...see moreof the reviewer's review
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