Are you looking for an electric scooter with seat? If not, what are you doing here? Anyways, the Razor e300s seated electric scooter is the first of the Razor e series to have innovated premium foam seats on their models. The Razor E300S is the upgraded version of the E300. The key differences between the two models is the very comfortable foam-padded leather seat. This allows for a more comfortable ride for you and will put less stress on your legs as you can take a seat to relax them.
It’s up to you if the seat is worth it. The scooter requires some assembly when purchased, however the company is nice enough to include the tools needed for you to put it together. The seat is also easily removable when you take off the 4 screws holding it at the bottom, so it’s unintentionally a great steal, two types of scooters for when you buy one.
There are three color options. It comes in gray, blue, and pink. We went with the gray one and can say that the design is alright. It’s nothing fancy and seems like it can take some wear and tear for a couple of years. The blue one looks more sleek and metallic, we should have bought and reviewed that instead.
This Razor electric scooter with seat is the best for riding around at parks and areas with a lot of bike lanes. It puts out a lot of power, while remaining very quiet during use, so you won’t disturb any neighbors or nearby people with its sound. It’s highly recommended for young adults who don’t have a license yet, or can’t afford a car. It gives you much more freedom, and it’s very Eco-friendly. We actually ran into another person riding the same model while we were out. He was wearing a bright lime green shirt and some blue denim jeans. We both laughed and of course related to each other over the scooter. It made us feel like our choice to review this scooter was more justified.
Unfortunately there isn’t a battery charge % indicator on this model, it does notify you when the battery is running low though. We have found that while it does have a lot of power to it, we had to help it out manually and manually kick when going up hills to help it out. It also helps the battery life, if you give it a good push before starting motor. This put less stress on the battery, so it will allow you to squeeze out some extra mileage when you’re in a tough spot worried about battery life before reaching your destination, or if you just want to maximize your time on your Razor electric scooter with seat. If you’re not worried about that, just sit on your electric scooter with seat and kick your legs back (not literally) and enjoy the ride!
Ultimately, this is the answer if you’re looking for an electric scooter with seat. The key difference between this model and the Razor electric scooter e300 is the seat. It also goes faster and is a little bit more durable in my opinion. Both scooters will require the same amount of maintenance and will have similar battery lifespans. It’s important to note it has a 90-day warranty from the day of purchase, just in-case you run into a lemon, or if you battery ends up faulty and only maintains a short lifespan.
Overall we give this scooter a three out of five. It runs like it’s supposed to and is pretty smooth. The design is kind of normal and regular looking, but if you’re looking for a nicely priced scooter that doesn’t need to look fancy then go for it!
Tom got into scooters when he was young. But wasn't a super fan till recently (been a few years now). He loves cruising around town with on his electric scooter. He has two young sons and is waiting for the day he can teach them to scoot as well.