Pocket Mod. Purple razor electric scooter

Mod

A scaled-down electric version of the popular vintage European scooter that looks like the real thing. Customize your ride by selecting from a range of colors, decals, and accessories. (The Sweet Pea model comes with exclusive bell and handlebar streamers.)

Behold the Power of Electric

The electric-powered Mod can go up to 40 minutes on a single battery charge and can hit speeds up to 15 mph (24 km/h).

Bring Your Things Along

Under the padded seat is a secret storage compartment for your water, notebook, keys, wallet – or whatever you need to tote with you.

Smoother Ride

With the 12″ (305 mm) spoked wheels with pneumatic tires, your ride is as smooth as it is stylish.

Inspired by the Classic

With authentic styling like a padded seat, twist-grip throttle control, and hand-operated brake, the Mod is a scaled-down version that looks and feels like the classic Euro scooter that inspired it.

  • Speed: Up to 15 mph (24 km/h)
  • Run Time: Up to 40 minutes of continuous use
  • Motor: High-torque, chain-driven
  • Throttle: Twist-grip
  • Brake: Hand-operated, rear
  • Frame: Steel
  • Fairings: Shatter-resistant plastic
  • Grips: Soft, rubber
  • Wheels: Spoked with 12” pneumatic tires
  • Kickstand: Retractable, center-mount
  • Storage: Under seat
  • Battery: 24V (two 12V) sealed lead acid, rechargeable
  • Includes: Battery charger
  • Sweet Pea: Includes bell and streamers
  • Age: 13
  • Max Rider Weight: 170 lb (77 kg)
  • Some assembly required
  • Assembled Product Dimensions: 50″ x 18″ x 19″ (127 cm x 46 cm x 48 cm)
  • Product Weight: 50.5 lbs (22.9 kg)
  • European Flair and American Design – A vintage-inspired electric scooter for riders age 13 and up, with a maximum weight of 170 lbs (77 kg).
  • Authentic Styling – With its padded seat, twist-grip throttle control, and hand-operated brake, the Mod provides a scaled-down Euro-style scooter that looks and feels like the real thing.
  • Electric-powered Fun – The high-torque, chain-driven motor boasts speeds up to 15 mph (24 km/h) with up to 40 minutes of continuous ride time on a single battery charge.
  • Built-in Storage and Stability – The secret storage compartment under the seat makes it easy to carry your essentials with you, and the dual kickstand keeps everything upright.
  • Color Match Your Style – With many color variations available, personalize your ride with the shade that best suits your vibe.

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reviews for Mod

I bought The Mod For my 8 year old Neice. She loved it. I loved it!! Its such a cute girly motorcycle. It goes at a good speed for her. i even wanted one for myself to cruise around. The battery life last for couple of days which is awesome. dont have to worry about recharging so often. I recommend to buy this product, great product.

My younger cousin is 13 years old and loves her Mod. Her older brother was given a MX350 when hes was old enough to ride one, and ever since then she wanted something she could ride as well. When she got hers a few days ago she was super happy! This product is super fun, and looks amazing. I recommend it for any young girl!

The Mod is so fun to ride. My niece fell in love with it for its sleek design and compartment to hold her little gadgets.

This Razor Electric Scooter is so Amazing. My children Love it ! Very Easy To use ,the seat Lifts up for storage. I Like the wide seat soft (doesn’t hurt )Smooth Ride. Small and compact doesn’t take up to much space.

This thing is the greatest thing since sliced bread!! It goes so fast and is so fun to ride with friends!! I am coming back to buy a second one because I love it so much. SO WORTH IT.

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Purple razor electric scooter

Razor Black Label E100 Electric Scooter. Purple, for Kids Ages 8 and up to 120 lbs, 8 Pneumatic Front Tire, Up to 10 mph up to 35 mins of Ride Time, 90W Power Core High-Torque Hub Motor

All the power is now in your hands with the Razor Black Label E100 electric scooter. It features a hand-operated front brake in addition to the rear-fender brake, creating a dual-braking system for better control. The 8(200 mm)pneumatic front tire delivers a smoother ride on uneven terrain. The high-torque Power Core hub motor delivers top speeds of up to 10mph(16 km/h)and its rechargeable battery provides up to 35 minutes of uninterrupted ride time on a single charge. For unisex riders ages 8 and up to120 lbs (54 kg), the all-steel frame and stable rear-wheel drive make the Razor Black Label E100 electric scooter a safe, solid, and smooth ride to bring out your fun side.

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Razor E100 Electric Scooter Review

The Razor E100 electric scooter is a good electric scooter for kids to get started on. It won’t last generations, but your kids will have a blast while it lasts. Designed for kids, the E100 offers a smooth kick-start motor with a front air tire for an overall smoother ride.

With a max speed of 10 mph, the razor E100 offers just enough speed to keep older kids engaged without being too fast for younger riders. Read the review below to find out how it compares to other electric scooters by Razor.

Razor E100 Electric Scooter Overview

What’s the Difference Between the Razor E90, E100, and E200 Scooters?

Before you read any further, let us clear up any confusion you have about the Razor electric scooter models. Razor sells several different electric scooters and even sells the same scooters under different names for different retailers. In general, the larger the model number, the faster the scooter will go, the more weight capacity it has, and the better tires it rolls on.

Razor’s newer models – the Power Core – have a different motor (in-hub vs. chain) that allows the scooters to get more ride time with each charge. (Short ride times are probably the biggest complaint parents and kids have about electric scooters!) While this is certainly a welcome change, many parents do complain that the Power Core models start with more of a “jolt” and can throw less confident riders off the scooter.

The Razor Power A2 is Razor’s newest model, and has some pretty sweet features. You can read the full review of the Power A2 here.

Razor Electric Scooter Comparison

Also Sold As MSRP Rec. Age Max MPH Max Ride Time Max Weight Throttle Motor Brake Front Wheel Rear Wheel
E95 E125, E150, E175
130 160 160 199 230 430
8 8 8 8 13 13
10 10 11 10 12 15
70 min 40 min 60 min 40 min 45 min 40 min
120 lbs. 120 lbs. 120 lbs. 143 lbs. 154 lbs. 220 lbs.
Push button Twist Grip Twist Grip Push button Twist Grip Twist Grip
Kick start, in wheel hub Kick start, chain Kick start, in wheel hub Kick start, in wheel hub Chain Chain
Front hand brake Front hand brake Front hand brake Foot brake Rear hand brake Rear hand brake
140 mm PU 8 air 8 air Urethane 8 air Extra wide 10 air
125 mm PU PU Flat free rubber Airless rubber 8 air Extra wide 10 air

Razor E100 Electric Scooter Performance

The Razor E100 is a pretty sweet, smooth ride for younger kids that are jumping at the chance to ride an electric scooter. With a front air tire, it rolls more smoothly than the E90 which has a polyurethane front wheel, but not as smooth as the E200 which has a front and rear air tire. We do love the added safety of the kick-start motor that requires a child to push off and be moving at 3 mph before the motor kicks in. This allows for a smooth start.

Electric scooters are more expensive than traditional scooters because they have motors and large batteries. Be aware, however, that they are still basically toys and Razor is not a luxury brand. We’ve had our own issues with our E100 (keep reading!) and we’ve heard lots of stories of scooters that just stop working or never work out of the box.

One thing we did notice with some riders, especially with younger riders, is that they can easily get distracted. Because they aren’t doing any physical work to move the scooter, they don’t always seem to fully grasp that they’re moving at high speeds. We witnessed a few crashes as a result.

Additionally, sharp right turns are not recommended as the motor cover catches and scrapes on the sidewalk.

How fast is the Razor E100 scooter go?

With a maximum speed of just 10 mph and a maximum ride time of 40 minutes, the E100 is a fun and safer intro into the electric scooter world. It’s definitely fast enough to make a parent nervous and to give young kids a thrill, but a kid on a traditional kick scooter like the Razor A5 Lux can actually ride faster than a kid on an E100 electric scooter! In fact, the kids in our neighborhood have races all the time and get quite a kick out of sweating it out to beat a machine.

aggressive riders could get bored quickly as they watch other neighborhood kids speed by on an E200 (12 mph) or E300 (15 mph), but as a parent, you’re the guardian of what max speed is safe for your child.

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Traditional Kick-Scooters Can Beat the Razor E100

How fast does the E100 accelerate?

The E100 twist grip accelerator must be held in place to maintain speed and then released to stop. When a rider needs actual stopping power, they can engage the hand brake. There are no true variable speeds on the E100, it’s pretty much just accelerate to maximum speed, maintain, and decelerate to zero.

What type of motor does the E100 scooter have?

The E100 (and E200 and E300) features a 100W chain driven motor running on a 24V battery, while the Power Core models feature an upgraded in-hub motor that has less potential problems and requires less maintenance. Chain motors can come off track, and after about 4 months of ownership, this did happen to us.

Suddenly the scooter just wouldn’t work. It would charge, the On/Off button would turn on, but the throttle wouldn’t engage the motor. Based on troubleshooting via Razor’s website, we thought we were going to have to buy a new throttle and power center, but when we took the scooter apart, the chain had just come off track. It was a bit difficult to get back on track, but doable and this fixed our problem.

How long does the battery take to charge?

The initial battery charge takes 12 hours while subsequent re-charges take 8 hours. This is a pain, and one of our major annoyances with electric scooters at this price point. (This is for all of the Razor electric scooters.) The batteries in general can be an annoyance because you have to treat them just right or they might die on you. Don’t charge them too long, don’t leave the power switch on when you’re not using the scooter, don’t go a month without using or charging your battery… If you fail to comply, you might end up with a scooter than won’t go.

Unfortunately, with the age of kids using these scooters, the likelihood that the battery rules will be obeyed on their own isn’t very high, so parents, be prepared to monitor battery charging.

What size child fits on the Razor E100?

Handlebar Height: The E100’s handlebars are stationary in height, extending 30″ from the deck. Because the maximum weight is 120 lbs., this height should be fine for anyone old enough (8) but light enough to ride the scooter.

Weight: Ours weighed in at 25.4 lbs. Electric scooters are heavy! Make sure and find a good parking spot with a clear path in the garage because even as an adult, it’s a bit hefty to lug around past lawn mowers and bikes.

Weight Capacity: 120 lb. weight capacity

Age: Razor recommends the E100 for kids 8. Only you know your child, though! Our very athletic 7-year-old tester rides the E100 on a regular basis. But I know timid 9-year-olds that I wouldn’t put on an electric scooter. Use your judgment!!

Quality of Construction of the Razor E100 Scooter

Scooter Wheels – Air and Polyurethane

The front wheel is an 8″ air tire while the rear wheel is a smaller polyurethane wheel. The air tire absorbs bumps in the road and produces a smoother rider than traditional scooter wheels. If you want an electric scooter with two air tires, you can try the Razor E200, but be prepared for a higher maximum speed and a higher price.

Scooter Foot Platform

The foot deck of the E100 is 7.75″ wide, which is plenty of space for riders maxing out at 120 lbs. The E200 and E300 both have fuller decks for larger riders.

Handlebars and Electric Throttle

The handlebars are a standard, non-adjustable t-bar with rubber hand grips with rubber bumper ends that will protect hands from falls and also will hold up better than traditional foam.

The twist grip throttle controls the speed and is on the right hand. It must be held in place with a firm grip to maintain speed and doesn’t allow for variable speeds – if you’re interested in varying speeds, you’ll need to upgrade to the E300.

Brakes on the E100 Scooter

The E100 features a single handbrake on the left hand that engages a caliper brake on the front air tire. As bike people, we’re not big fans of a single left-handed brake. On a bike, if you brake with your left hand only, you’re braking the front tire which could send you flying over the front handlebars if you’re riding fast enough. So while a scooter is not a bike, if your child gets used to braking solely with their left hand, this could present a problem on a bike.

The throttle is on the right hand though, so a left-hand brake is a bit inevitable here so kids aren’t trying to do too much with a single hand.

In addition to the brake, a rider can slow down simply be letting up on the twist grip throttle.

Hand Brake on the Left, Throttle on the Right

Ease of Transport and Storage

The Razor E100 is not foldable. The kickstand helps with space-saving upright storage.

Razor E100 Electric Scooter Bottom Line

The Razor E100 is a good choice for a starter electric scooter for kids 8. It probably won’t last generations, but your kids will have a blast while it lasts. As a parent, be prepared to monitor charging and perform basic maintenance – an electric ride-on toy brings all sorts of potential complications into the mix. Check out the Razor Power A2 Electric Scooter for a lighter weight option that works even without the power!

For a look at more electric scooter brands, click here for our 10 Best Kids Electrics Scooters, where we tested 10 different electric scooters head to head.

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Carrie Wren

Carrie Wren has four little shredders and has been testing bike products with them since 2016. When she’s not testing bikes, Carrie’s actually still testing bikes. Bikes in the house, bikes in the garage. bikes are everywhere and it’s the best way of life. Carrie has a master’s degree in Marketing from Northwestern University and thinks being a professional bike mom is living the dream.

The Razor E100 is an inexpensive starter electric scooter that’s great for kids

Tom’s Guide Verdict

The Razor E100 electric scooter is a great and affordable option for kids learning to ride.

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Max Speed: 10 mph Range: 40 minutes Max Rider Weight: 120 pounds Motor: 100-watt, rear-wheel chain drive Battery: Dual 12-volt Charging time: 6 hours Wheel size: 8-inch inflatable (front), 4.9-inch rubber (rear) Size: 35 x 32.5 x 7 inches Weight: 22 pounds

If you’re thinking of getting your kid an electric scooter, the 159 Razor E100 should be high on your list. This is a moderately priced scooter made for children between the ages of 8 and 12. The E100 sports a twist-grip throttle and enough oomph to let them scoot around at speeds up to 10 miles per hour for about 40 minutes.

Because I’m too big and too old to ride the E100, I had Chase, 8, do the testing for our Razor E100 review to see how well it performs. Overall, the E100 is one of the best electric scooters for kids.

Razor E100 review: Price and availability

The Razor E100 costs 125 at Amazon, and is available in a multitude of colors.

A newer model, the Razor PowerCore E100, (135), has a hub-mounted motor, which should offer a quieter ride.

Razor E100 review: Design

Nothing radical here: The Razor E100 has a typical scooter design. It has an all-steel construction, which made it feel solid despite its 22-pound weight. The E100’s deck widens from front to back, and sweeps up to cover the rear wheel. I really like the wide deck,” says Chase. “I feel balanced when I ride the scooter.

The handlebars have a twist throttle on the right, and a handbrake on the left. Chase, who tested out a red version of the E100, found the look to be sleek and colorful, and said his friends all thought it was “cool.”

The scooter’s dual 12-Volt lead acid batteries are housed beneath the deck in a steel cage. Down here is where you’ll also find the power switch and charging port.

Unlike many other electric scooters, the E100’s front tube does not fold down for transportation or storage. “The controls are easy to use, but I wish the scooter could fold up and be packed into my dad’s car, said Chase.

What is of greater concern is the lack of reflectors or other safety measures. While we don’t expect a scooter at this price to have head or tail lights, we would like to see both front and rear reflectors, as well as a bell for warning others. These are standard safety features for bicycles, and should be for scooters as well.

The E100 has a 100-Watt motor that’s connected to the rear wheel via a chain, which made the scooter a lot louder than those with motors connected directly to the rear wheel. The Razor PowerCore E100, which has a hub-mounted motor, should be quieter.

Razor E100 review: Performance

Chase found the E100 easy to ride and well balanced. It took him all of 15 minutes to learn the controls and where to properly position his feet and hands before he was scooting around the neighborhood and showing off to his friends.

He found the controls to be well placed and let him quickly brake or accelerate while riding. The handbrake, which connects to the front wheel, was strong enough to bring the E100 to a fast stop, even when going quickly down a hill. However, the lack of suspension made bumps in the road and on sidewalks a little tough on the scooter.

Unfortunately, the combination of the motor, hard composite wheels, and lack of suspension made the E100 a loud scooter. Whether it was from the noise or from the recalcitrance of an 8-year-old, Chase didn’t always come back to his dad when asked.

Razor estimates that the E100’s dual 12-Volt batteries will last up to 40 minutes of continuous riding; In practice, Chase was able to get between 60 and 80 minutes, depending on how fast he was going.

Razor E100 review: Verdict

The Razor E100 is a capable and dependable electric scooter for kids that doesn’t cost too much. It’s a bit noisy, so we suggest opting for the PowerCore E100, which is about 10 more, but has a hub-mounted motor.

If you’re looking for something sleeker, the Razor Power A2 has a similar range but uses a lithium ion battery, which makes for a slimmer deck. It also folds, making it easier to store. However, it’s about 50 more expensive.

Our biggest complaint with the E100 — and common to most Razor scooters under 200 — is that it lacks reflectors or a bell or horn. If you purchase this scooter, we recommend buying these as add-ons. Other than that, the biggest problem you’ll have with the Razor E100 is getting your kid off it.

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