Top Scooters for Children

Razor scooters swept the American market in the early 2000s. These stylish, compact push scooters were all the rage among adolescents. As technology progressed, motorized scooters became widely available and affordable. While not a viable method of transportation, these scooters are an excellent source of entertainment for children looking to ride around parks, neighborhoods, and recreational centers. Here is a list of the top scooters for children:

1. Razor E100

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The E100 has the classic Razor style: it is sleek, compact, and quick. It can get up to ten miles per hour, and the rechargeable battery provides 40 minutes of ride time. It is designed to support up to 120 pounds of weight without affecting its speed and acceleration.

The E100 is a great scooter for young children who are beginners. Because it is not particularly fast, it is a safe scooter to practice on. It has a solid reputation and is one of the more popular children’s scooters in the UK and United States.

2. Razor Pocket Mod Electric Scooter

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This scooter is not designed like the classic Razor kick scooters. It is designed to emulate a maxi-scooter, where the driver is sitting down when operating it. The Pocket Mod Scooter can reach a top speed of 15 miles per hour, and is able to ride for a total of ten miles on one charge. It is designed for children starting at 13 years of age, and can support up to 170 pounds.


The scooter is fast and strong, making it an excellent choice for teenagers who are interested in scooters. While it is designed for paved roads, it is strong enough to handle trails and gravel paths.

3. Pulse Performance Reverb

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The Pulse Performance Reverb Electric Scooter goes back to the vintage push scooter design of the early 90s. While it doesn’t have the slender frame of Razor scooters, it is equally stylish. In addition, it can reach ten miles per hour while supporting up to 120 pounds of weight.

With a 40 minute ride time and only two hours to charge a completely flat battery, the Pulse Reverb Electric Scooter is a viable alternative to Razor’s products. Its maneuverability and handling make it an excellent choice for younger children who want the excitement of an electric scooter, but are too young to powerful engines.

4. Razor E90

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The E90 is the perfect scooter for younger children. With a top speed of nine miles per hour, it is fast enough to provide 40 minutes of pure entertainment on one charge, but not too fast to be dangerous.

It is easy to operate, child friendly, and has the sleek design that razor scooters are famous for. However, its battery charge time is a full 24 hours, making it difficult to use frequently.

5. Razor E300 Electric Scooter

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This scooter is quite powerful and is able to reach 15 miles per hour while supporting 220 pounds of weight. It provides 40 minutes of ride time, and takes a full 24 hours to reach a full charge.

Despite its long charge time, it is an excellent scooter for teenagers. Powerful and sturdy, this scooter is excellent is for paved roads and off-road trails.

6. UberScoot 1000w

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This scooter is an excellent choice for teenagers who are looking for speed and power. It reaches a maximum of 26 miles per hour, making it the fastest scooter on the list by a large margin. It supports 265 pounds of weight without affecting its performance.

Riders can expect to get approximately 10 miles on a charge. It is strong enough to climb steep hills without a problem, and has enough power to support full-grown adults.

 

It is evident that Razor still dominates the children’s scooter market.  However, as scooters become more popular in the United States, more companies are emerging as viable competitors.

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