The Modern Scooter – We’re In The Future
The Razor Trikke E2 electric scooter is a highly rated scooter and is the upgraded model of the Razor Trikke. A problem of this generation is that there aren’t a lot of new products that kids can play with that makes them out outside. Fortunately people out there are still trying to come up with inventions, and if the Hoverboard was made then we can’t wait to see what they make next. The Trikke E2 combines electric power and the new trike design to make that lean to steer motion. Pretty innovative.
Alright, let’s dive into why kids love the Trikke E2 and go more into detail about it.
First off, when Razor says “push to start” it’s kind of misleading. It’s not press a button and the scooter goes, push start means you have to push the scooter manually with one of your feet and get on it. Everything after that is automated. The control on this scooter is really good and you have the option to lean into it while turning to get more speed. It’s a little tricky to get used to, but most children will catch on quickly.
Just to let you know even though that this three wheel electric scooter is meant for 8+ who are around 120 pounds, plenty of adults buy one for themselves and said it can handle their weight. So if you’re one of those parents who like to spend time with their kids, you can get one yourself without having to worry about ruining it trying to ride it.
Razor doesn’t sell them directly from their website. You can buy one from Amazon.
The Razor Trikke E2 electric scooter is pretty simple to take care of. All you need to do is keep it out of the rain and keep it charged. Note, you cannot use it on grass surfaces. To charge, make sure the scooter is turned off and plug it into an outlet. It will not charge if you leave your scooter turned on while plugged in. Other than that, just make sure you replace the batteries every year you continue to use it.
I HIGHLY recommend buying safety gear along side with this three wheel electric scooter because it is a standing model, there is no seat, and children tend to be really hyper while active and there is a risk of injury if they’re not careful. Your children can ride at 9 miles per hour, which is fast enough that your kids will love using it but not fast enough to make you worry. You use it up to 40 minutes, which equals 6 miles, until you have to charge it up again. The design on this electric 3 wheel scooter is very nice. Blue with paint splatter designs on the bottom and the front. Black padded cambering platforms, with black urethane tires, and black handlebar grips.