E100 Razor Electric Scooter was £129.00 now £82.85 with codes at Argos - HotUKDeals
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Just bought one of these for my son's Xmas.

They were originally £129.99 at Argos, but are now down to £99.99, however if you spend over £100 you get £20 off , using code TOY1108PVE

It has to be for home delivery, but if you also use the code EFD10 then home delivery is free too:)

As the scooter is only £99.99 you need to also add the cheapest toy possible to get the £20 off.

I went for 390/1096 Spear's Tension Tower Game. 1 £2.86

The total price for everything worked out at £82.85.

Remember Quidco too for an extra 1.5% off:)

My son tried out the Scooter in Toys R Us and its quite nippy:)
Goes at 10mph max.

Hope this helps someone but its definately the cheapest price that I've seen this scooter for.

Offer ends 11/11/08.
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#1
we have one of these, yes there are quite nippy, just make sure you dont swing it and hit your ankle because boy does that hurt lol
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http://images.ifguk.co.uk/products/1602/1602-large1.jpg
#4


Never heard of "Gravy Deals" myself, and upon looking at their site, most of their stuff shows up as "Out of Stock" anyway??"

Also, the prices that I've seen them quote are in US Dollars???

If you can find this scooter "in stock" anywhere in the UK for under the price I've mentioned above then I'll be impressed. :thumbsup:
#5
pughy2000
we have one of these, yes there are quite nippy, just make sure you dont swing it and hit your ankle because boy does that hurt lol


How fast is 'quite nippy'?
#6
For everyone to read as i had the same problem with one of there electric skateboards that i took back.
Parts Game - do you want to play? Aug 22, 2008
Here's my experience with this scooter: I bought it for my 8 yo daughter. It worked for exactly 1 minute and then the motor wouldn't turn anymore. The box says "Don't return to the store. Call the manufacturer and we'll take care of you". So I called Razor. The customer service lady had me go through the motion of "troubleshooting" the problem. She concluded "It's very common, the battery died because these things sit on the shelf too long, I'll send you new batteries." Two weeks later, the batteries arrived. It was not a trivial task to replace them. You have to disassemble the entire deck of the scooter and induced wear and tear on the screws and mounts. Charged it back up and guess what - NO GO. Called Razor for the second time. The customer service lady had me go through the motion of "troubleshooting" the problem. She now concluded "Oh, it's the wiring assembly to the batteries that's faulty. I will send you a new wiring kit." Two weeks later, the kit arrived. The same painful procedure to disassemble the scooter and install the wiring kit. More wear and tear on the screws. Charged it back up and guess what - NO GO. Called Razor for the third time. The customer service lady had me go through the motion of "troubleshooting" the problem. She now concluded "Oh, it's the fuse assembly that's faulty. I will send you a new one." Two weeks later, the fuse arrived. The same painful procedure to disassemble the scooter and install the fuse. More wear and tear on the screws. Charged it back up and guess what - NO GO. Called Razor for the fourth time. The customer service lady had me go through the motion of "troubleshooting" the problem. She now concluded "Oh, it must be the battery charger. I will send you a new one." Two weeks later, the new charger arrived. Charged it back up and guess what - NO GO. By now, I was convinced that the motor is fried and there's no fixing that. Called Razor for the fifth time. The customer service lady had me go through the motion of "troubleshooting" the problem. She now got all upset like it's my problem that nothing has worked. She suggested I take it to a lawn & garden shop to have a technician "look at it" at my expense. So here's the moral of the story: Razor will play the "parts game" with you to death until your return deadline with Amazon runs out. So, if your scooter doesn't work, send it back to Amazon ASAP. Do not pass GO and absolutely do not call Razor or your're SCREWED!!!
#7
nt1311
How fast is 'quite nippy'?


"quite nippy" = 10 m.p.h, max speed:lol:
#8
http://www.skatehut.co.uk/acatalog/Jambuster_Electric_Scooter.htm

This one is only £69.95, has a longer running time and can support upto 80kgs (as opposed to 55kg on the E100)
#9
nt1311
http://www.skatehut.co.uk/acatalog/Jambuster_Electric_Scooter.htm

This one is only £69.95, has a longer running time and can support upto 80kgs (as opposed to 55kg on the E100)


plus £9.95 for delivery remember.:whistling:

Does this one have a throttle on it as it doesn't look like it does in the photo:(

Nor does it look like it has a hand operated brake either which isn't ideal for kids IMO??
#10
bought something similar to these for my kids 2 years ago. day after boxing day they got pulled off police and told it was illegal to ride them in the street , had to be on private land, so ended up paying for scooter to go up and down the path. :roll:
#11
Technically also needs to be registered and possible taxed and insured if the top speed is 10mphand they are ridden anywhere other than private land..
Up to 4mph needs no registering.


Class 3

Mechanically propelled invalid carriages that are constructed or adapted to be capable of exceeding a speed of 4mph but incapable of exceeding a speed of 8mph on the level under its own power (generally powered wheelchairs and other outdoor vehicles including scooters intended for use on roads/highways). They must be fitted with a device capable of limiting the maximum speed to 4mph for use when travelling on footways. The unladen weight must not exceed 150kgs. These are required to be registered with DVLA.

Any powered vehicle used on the public highway must comply with all aspects of road traffic law. For example, it must:

* Have European Community Whole Vehicle Type Approval (or motorcycle Single Vehicle Approval)
* Be registered with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)
* Be road-taxed
* Be insured
Comply with the Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986 as amended and the Road Vehicles Lighting Regulations 1989 as amended.
* Riders must be 16 or over, must hold a valid driving licence, and must wear an approved (E-marked, kite-marked) helmet.

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