The electric scooter industry has been revived, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, the California-based company Razer has introduced a new lineup of affordable electric scooters for adults.
The company offers three new models: EcoSmart SUP, E300 HD, and C25. With the new lineup, Razor aims to expand its field of scooters, while maintaining its title as a reliable and recognizable brand in the market with a wide range of players.
The Razor EcoSmart SUP will receive 16-inch pneumatic tires and a wide bamboo deck. This car is powered by a 350W motor, is capable of a top speed of 25 km/h (15.5 mph) and can travel approximately 19 km (12 miles) on a full charge. The scooter will cost customers $449 and will be released by the end of July this year.
The E300 HD was previously released without a hub engine. This version of the scooter is basically the same as Razor’s “most economical and best-selling electric scooter,” now with a central-drive motor. This machine has a top speed of 25 km/h (15 mph), is powered by a 250W engine, 9-inch front, and 8-inch rear wheels and a suggested retail price of $289. This scooter is scheduled to be launched this fall.
Razor describes the C25 as “highly durable and foldable.” This scooter goes up to 25 km/h (15.5 mph) and reaches 18 km (11.25 miles) per charge. The latest interaction of the C25 has a suggested retail price of $399 and will be available in October.
Razor also recently unveiled the Razor E Prime III and EcoSmart Metro. EcoSmart Metro is very similar to the “SUP” mentioned above, this time with a seated iteration of the machine. This device features a standard set of 16-inch pneumatic tire tubes on spoke wheels, a 36-volt rechargeable battery, and the ability to travel up to 30 km/h (18 mph). With this battery, this machine can run for up to 40 minutes without recharging. It costs $469 and is on sale now.
The E Prime III is the “lightest electric scooter in its class,” easy to carry when you’re not riding. This 24.2 lbs (11 kg) scooter is foldable, reaching up to 18 mph (29 km/h), thanks to a powerful 250-watt motor. Its long-range 36V lithium-ion battery will take you up to 15 miles (24 km) on a single charge. The suggested retail price of $399.