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Great piece of kit for annoying the local neighbourhood.

(Best price for the E300!)
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Carley3y, 8m agoFound 3 years, 8 months ago
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symonds1#1
Good price, cost me £197 from Amazon 3 weeks ago (and that was the best price then)
BEANZ-ON-TOAST#2
Have some heat for the pic!!
thegroutch#3
12 hours charge to get 45 minutes use, and some reviews say they got less than that out of it.
not great imo
Carley#4
thegroutch
12 hours charge to get 45 minutes use, and some reviews say they got less than that out of it.
not great imo

Check the reviews for the other E300 listing

e.g.
it is a brilliant buy!!!!
really worth while
and gets up to speed really fast
overall it is fast, reliable and fast to charge(only 4 hours).
it is quite heavy but ok enough. it says 40 mins continious riding but i got up to 1 hour on it so very long lasting

Edited By: Carley on Dec 11, 2011 20:38
solelymarine#5
got one 12mth ago for £139 not for young kids as they go faster than you can run. if your going to get an electric scooter this is the one to go for
steve-ness#6
I bought aa e-scooter http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Kid-E-scooter-Electric-Scooter-Ride-Battery-Toy-/120765904121?pt=UK_Sporting_Goods_Scooters_LE&var=&hash=item61cc76975f some time ago for my daughter who is 7 ,goes like the clappers and she gets hours of use out of it and loves it , i guess these are a better made model but basically the same sort of thing - imho well worth the dough
breadfred#7
I do not want to put a damper on this - but is it legal to use these? And are they supposed to be on the road or on the pavement? What about insurance?

Me thinks these can only be used on private property - but I might be wrong.
Carley 1 Like #8
breadfred
I do not want to put a damper on this - but is it legal to use these? And are they supposed to be on the road or on the pavement? What about insurance?

Me thinks these can only be used on private property - but I might be wrong.

Nope, you're right, legally it's private land use only.
mumzyleah#9
What happens if caught using this in an empty tesco car park or in the park ect
jackhandy#10
"they go faster than you can run"......
Hope you get caught by a fat copper?
choopoo#11
got one of these a month ago for my son for around £190 and thought that was good, was wondering were it says that they are only to be used on private land?
SHOWMAN36banned#12
choopoo
got one of these a month ago for my son for around £190 and thought that was good, was wondering were it says that they are only to be used on private land?


So your the one riding it on the pavement knocking old ladies over.
deathtrap3000#13
guv
Chavkids transport of choice.

nah, they ride mini motos.
hot_top 1 Like #14
Why can i ride a manual scooter 30mph on the pavement, but not an electric one?!
uksel#15
i bought this last year for my boy, over £300 quid, he's not had much use out of it!!!
Geemac#16
mumzyleah
What happens if caught using this in an empty tesco car park or in the park ect


You loose all your Tesco clubcard points :p

Edited By: Geemac on Dec 12, 2011 06:36
mumzyleah#17
Geemac
mumzyleah
What happens if caught using this in an empty tesco car park or in the park ect



You loose all your Tesco clubcard points :p



Lmfao X)
choopoo#18
deathtrap3000
guv
Chavkids transport of choice.

nah, they ride mini motos.

never fail to make me laugh the smart a***e comments people make on here, seriously its a kids scooter for gods sake. How dull are your lives? obviously very

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