The E200 is one of Razor’s electric scooter series. Smaller than the E300 and the E500, the Razor E200 Electric Scooter is ridden standing up, whereas the E300 and E500 have seats. But the E200 is quite comfortable. The special full-size deck and frame can hold up to 220 lbs. It has adjustable handlebars so that riders of all sizes can position them correctly.
The Razor E200 Electric Scooter has a quiet, chain-driven motor, with the throttle located on the handlebar. It also has a hand operated rear brake. With pneumatic, 8 inch tires, the scooter’s maximum speed is 12 mph. The 8 hour charge time gives you 45 minutes of use. The scooter comes with two 12-volt batteries for convenience, a charger, and basic tools.
This eco-friendly scooter has good battery life, is well-built, and quiet. When you’re out of charge, however, the motor puts too much drag on the wheels to use it as a regular scooter. After a certain amount of use, you will need to tighten the chain. The instructions that come with the E200 tell you step by step how to tighten the chain, even though it is fairly obvious how to do it.
The E200 scooter has received favorable reviews, and it is used by riders of all ages. In fact, though it is targeted at older children, it is very popular with college students. The main drawback for college students is that there is no locking system, and no obvious anchor point for a chain lock.
The owner and rider of the Razor E200 Electric Scooter are responsible for obeying all regulations, whether local, state, or federal, for riding the scooter. Though the E200 is made for children 12 and older, adult supervision is required, and riders should wear a helmet, knee pads, and elbow pads.