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Razor Mod Petite Electric Scooter. Blue
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Designed for riders age 7 and up, with a maximum weight of 50 kg, Mod Petite is Razor’s smallest miniature Euro-styled electric scooter that looks like the real thing. Razor’s Power Core 100-watt, high-torque, maintenance-free hub-driven motor delivers speeds up to 13 km/h. Rear-wheel drive apportions greater weight to the rear, enhancing both drive traction and ease of steering. Enjoy up to 40 minutes of continuous ride time on a single charge, powered by a 12V sealed lead-acid rechargeable battery.
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Razor Mod Review
With its unique, classic Italian, moped design, the Razor Mod will not disappoint, especially if you are considering it for your daughter. It’s one Razor’s most advanced electric scooters and is packed full of features from a top speed of 15 mph to rear suspension to a hidden storage compartment.
- Large padded seat
- Hidden storage space
- Rear suspension to ensure a comfortable ride
- Vintage-inspired design
Things You Need to Know Before You Buy the Razor Mod
I just want to remind you that the Razor Mod is a kids electric scooter. If you’re looking for an electric scooter for an adult, then you should see my list of the best ones.
Let’s dive straight into it.
- Who is it Best For
- Mileage and Battery Performance
- Weight and Weight Limit
- Foldability and Portability
- Features and Durability
- Pricing and Value For Money
- Overview of the Razor Brand
- Review Summary
Who is it Best For
Will the Razor Mod Be a Good Fit For You?
You probably already know the answer to this question if you have read the above section. The Razor Mod has been built for kids.
But, what I haven’t yet highlighted, is that the Mod is best for girls. It has been designed to give every young girl that has an eye for fashion, the perfect electric scooter.
Of course, you can also buy the Razor Mod for your son, it comes in a range of colors meaning you’ll be able to find the perfect one for your little one.
In brief, if you’re searching for an electric scooter that will deliver endless hours of fun you can’t go wrong with the Mod.
Does the Razor Mod Look Good?
I think so. It’s completely different to what you would expect an electric scooter to look like but, that’s a good thing.
The vintage design is great for any child that has an eye for style and wants the hottest accessory on the block.
Don’t just take my word for it though, the retro design has been praised by Teen Vogue.
Also, the Mod is available in a range of colors including: black, white, purple, pink, red and blue. You can even get the sweet pea pink one with with decals, streamers, and a sporty bell if you’re daughter loves everything pink and you want to treat her to something extra special.
How Fast Can the Razor Mod Go?
Your child will be able to reach a top speed of 15 mph.
From my own experience, I would rate this as a being quite fast across the range of electric scooters on the market. specifically though, it is up there with the fastest electric scooters for kids. The only scooter that outperforms the Mod is the GoTrax Glider (16 mph).
Given it’s speed I would only recommend buying this scooter for kids that are 13 years and older. Unless, you would feel comfortable letting your child ride on it at a younger age. It’s totally up to you. Of course, the scooter is safe to ride so it comes down to personal preference.
What you should know though, is that your child is sure to have a great time riding the scooter as they get out into the fresh air and whizz around the block.
Mileage and Battery Performance
How Long Can You Ride the Razor Mod For?
The Mod is actually the only scooter that I have come across that uses two batteries to power its single speed, chain driven motor, and as a result of the battery power, it can be ridden for 10 miles on a full charge.
Just imagine how many times your child can go around the block!
Because of the impressive mileage, your child will be able to enjoy riding the scooter not just around the neighborhood but to the park, or the store, or pretty much anywhere within a 5 mile radius!
Weight and Weight Limit
How Much Does It Weigh and How Much Can It Support?
Looking at the Mod, you would assume that it’s going to be heavy. But, in actual fact, it only weighs 59 lbs.
Okay, okay – I hear you saying – ‘Only 59 lb, that’s still heavy!’.
Hear me out. Given the frame of the scooter and the stylish body work it could be a lot heavier than 59 lbs. For example, there are some scooters, like the Razor EcoSmart Metro, that weigh 67 lbs and don’t have any of the body work, or even features like suspension that the Mod has.
So, when you consider the weight of the scooter against its build it’s really not that bad.
Obviously, your child won’t be able to lift the scooter to maneuver it but they will be able to easily push it back and forth to point it in the direction that they want to go.
The steel frame will support riders up to 170 lbs.
Foldability and Portability
Is It Easy to Fold and Carry?
Because of its vintage and Italian body design, the Razor Mod can’t be folded.
Unlike some of the other electric scooters for kids, like the Razor E100 and E300, you won’t be able to fit this scooter in your trunk meaning it can only be used locally.
Also, the 59 lbs frame makes this scooter cumbersome to carry.
What I find with kids scooters is that, more often than not, they don’t need to be carried because they tend to be used just round the neighborhood or within a really close radius to their home. often, adults are the ones who need electric scooters that they can fold and carry because they use them for more practical uses like commuting.
Features and Durability
What Features Does it Have and is it Durable?
I’ve already covered some of the key features of the Razor Mod, from a top speed of 15 mph to a 10 mile range to the rear suspension for a smooth, comfortable, ride.
Here is a list of some of the features that make the Mod an excellent choice for kids:
- Hidden storage unit under seat – ideal for lunch boxes, toys, backpacks etc
- Retractable kickstand
- Big 12 inch, air filled, tires make riding the scooter smooth on uneven terrain
- Shatter-resistant body
- Easy to use acceleration throttle
- Brake on the handlebars
- Headlight for safe riding in low light
The scooter is extremely durable thanks to its steel frame and shatter resistant body. It will provide a stable ride and will withstand playful bumps and bashes. After all, we know kids can be a bit careless when playing with new toys!
How Safe Is It?
Because the Mod is an electric scooter for kids, Razor has ensured that the safety standards are high.
As you would expect from a kids electric scooter, it comes equipped with a hand operated brake on the handlebars which can be easily pulled to slow the scooter down to a safe stop.
Additionally, the extra precaution to make the body of the scooter shatter-resistant ensures that even if your child has a few bumps here and there they are not going to injure themselves as a result of the body work shattering.
Overall, I would say that the combination of the braking system, which by the way simultaneously cuts the motor when in use, and the safety precautions around the body of the scooter make the Mod a safe scooter to ride.
Of course, I would recommend buying a helmet and maybe some elbow or knee pads too.
Does the Razor Mod Require Assembly?
The short answer is yes, but it is easy to do and will only take you about 15-20 minutes.
You’ll receive the scooter 95% assembled, meaning you’ll just need to add the finishing touches.
Essentially, there are 5 things that you’ll need to do:
- Attach the handlebars
- Position the brake lever
- Attach the front wheel
- Check the spoke tension of the wheels
- Inflate the tires
You’ll get an owners manual in your package which shows you how to do all of the above. Oh, and you get the tools to do steps 1 to 4. You’ll just need to make sure that you have a standard bicycle pump for step 5.
Pricing and Value For Money
How Much Does the Razor Mod Cost and Is It Worth it?
Generally, you can expect to pay between 350 to 400 for the Mod. However, Overstock, one of Razor’s online retail partners, often sells them at a discounted rate so you can pick one up for about 275 to 349.
The range in price is down to the different colors available. The more popular colors tend to be more expensive.
As I have said previously, the Mod is a great choice for kids, especially girls looking for an electric scooter that matches their eye for style, but if you don’t want to stretch to the price of this scooter then you should see my list of cheapest electric scooters for kids.
Overview of the Razor Brand
Who are Razor and Can You Trust Them?
Razor is a, California founded, designer and manufacturer of electric scooters. They released their first electric scooter in 2003 and ever since have been the market leader.
I’ve reviewed many electric scooters from Razor as have many other experts and bloggers out there. But don’t just take my word for it. 13 million people, just like you, have bought an electric scooter from Razor.
Because of their position in the market and household brand, you can trust that you will be getting a quality product.
How Do I Rate the Razor Mod Overall?
Do I think it’s a good choice for beginners? Yes.
Do I think it’s a good choice for a kid wanting to have fun round the neighborhood? Yes.
Do I think it’s a good choice for both boys and girls? Yes – it comes in a range of colors but I have to say that it has been marketed more towards girls with its retro design.
Being one Razor’s most advanced electric scooters and packed full of features, your child is not going to want to put this scooter down!
Razor Mod vs Mod Petite Comparison
In this article, we compare the Razor Mod vs Mod Petite electric scooters. Both models are primarily aimed at girls – Razor describe them as “ideal for any stylish rider with a sharp eye for fashion”.
But they are suitable for boys too. The Mod Petite is a soft blue color which is quite gender neutral while the Mod comes in a range of colors – a black ‘Vapor’ version for boys and some pretty options like hot pink and dusky purple for girls.
Both Mod models share the same stylish Euro-style scooter design but they target very different age groups. Let’s take a look at how they match up!
First we have a quick comparison table of the main features of the Razor Mod vs Mod Petite. Then we look at the main differences between them and the advantages of each scooter, in turn.
Finally, we’ll summarize the pros and cons of both rides, to help you make the right choice for your kids, and for you.
Razor Mod vs Mod Petite – Quick Comparison
The Mod was our top choice for best Electric Scooter for girls (or boys, depending on the color) when we reviewed the best electric dirt bikes for kids and teens recently.
In the table below we’ve summarized the main features of each scooter in a side by side comparison, to make it easy to see the differences between them.
Note on Ages: Razor’s recommended age for the Mod is a very conservative 13 but an age range of 7-13 (real world guide from many buyers) with parental supervision may be more suitable. Because it is quite small – the seat height is at least foot lower than a regular, adult size scooter.
Similarly, Razor’s recommended age for the Mod Petite is 7 which is also conservative. An age range of 5-10 (real world guide from many buyers) with parental supervision may be more suitable. Because it is even smaller than the regular Mod and has a much lower top speed that makes it suitable for younger kids.
Check out the videos in the next section for real world views of the appropriate ages for these scooters.
The biggest differences between both versions of the Mod are the top speed and the size/age of rider that each was designed for.
The Razor Mod is the big sister of the Mod Petite – it has a 20% larger frame, higher seat, bigger wheels and weighs almost twice as much (59 lbs vs 32 lbs). The Mod supports a heavier rider (170 lbs vs 110 lbs) so is more suitable for older kids and young teens whereas the Mod Petite is aimed at ages 5-10.
Thanks to a more powerful motor (350W vs 100W) and extra battery (24V vs 12V) the Mod has a much higher top speed (15 mph vs 8 mph). It is also available in 5 colors (including a black version for boys) whereas the Mod Petite only comes in a gender neutral light blue (cyan).
Check out the video below for a look at the Razor Mod electric scooter in action:
For comparison, below is the smaller Razor Mod Petite on the streets:
Advantages of Razor Mod
The larger Mod enjoys many advantages compared to its little sister:
- Specific color options for girls or boys. Each color has a different name on the rear side panels: Black – Vapor, Teal – Chrissy, Crimson – Kiki, Purple – Betty, Pink – Sweet Pea (includes a bell and pink streamers as shown above)
- powerful motor provides a higher top speed (15 mph vs 8 mph) and faster acceleration
- Higher maximum load than the Petite (170 lbs vs 110 lbs) so it can cope with the weight of older kids
- Large storage compartment hidden under the padded seat
- Available in 5 colors (only 1 color option for the Mod Petite)
Advantages of Razor Mod Petite
The Razor Mod Petite is the newest electric ride in the company’s extensive range – it was launched in August 2020 and is aimed at younger kids and beginners.
Being the smaller scooter gives it some advantages over the Mod:
- MSRP (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price) is 60 cheaper than the Mod
- The smaller frame and 45% lighter weight makes it easier for very young kids to handle and it requires less storage space
- Top speed of just 8 mph makes it safer for little ones
- Battery recharge time is 50% less than the Mod (6 hours vs 12 hours)
- One gender neutral color
Pros of Both Scooters
Here is a summary of what we love about both models:
- Cute Euro-style, similar design to a classic Vespa scooter
- Specifically designed for young children with user friendly controls
- Quick enough to give kids a thrill but slow enough (especially the Mod Petite) to minimize risk of a high speed crash
- Rubber pneumatic tires are ideal for hard flat surfaces like concrete, streets and dry grass
- Steel frame with authentic Euro-style design
- No pollution, quieter and require much less servicing than a gas powered scooter or bike
- Razor is a long established US manufacturer – spare or replacement parts are readily available from their website
Cons of Both Scooters
Here is a summary of what we don’t like so much about both models. But most of these issues are common to all electric scooters in this price range:
- Relatively short battery life – but still enough to cover 10 miles ( Mod) or 5 miles ( Mod Petite)
- Battery full recharge time is 12 hours ( Mod) or 6 hours ( Mod Petite) so charging needs to be planned (or you could buy spare batteries to switch over instantly)
- Street tires don’t provide much traction off-road compared to an electric dirt bike
- Helmet and protective clothing may be uncomfortable in hot weather (see our Electric Bike Buying Guide for recommended safety gear)
- Must be stored in a dry area, due to the electrical components
- Batteries must not be stored in temperatures below freezing and should be recharged at least once a month
Both these Razor Mods can be a good choice for young kids, especially girls who may prefer the stylish scooter design over the more common electric dirt bikes.
So which model is best? The smaller frame and lighter weight make the Razor Mod Petite a safer option for very young kids, especially those who are new to electric rides. However, we do worry that kids may grow out of it too quickly, due to its small size and slow speed…
Therefore we think the Razor Mod is the best choice for most young ones, if they’re large enough to handle the extra weight and power. The bigger frame, 170 lbs weight limit and much higher top speed make it awesome value – it should last fast growing kids a few years longer than the Petite.
The Razor Mod manual is available in PDF format here.
The Razor Mod Petite manual is available in PDF format here.
NOTE: A parent’s decision to allow their child to ride either the Razor Mod or the Razor Mod Petite should depend on the child’s individual maturity, skill and ability to follow rules.