Razor E100S Electric Scooter with Seat - Purple £139.99 (3 for £279.89) at Argos
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Razor E100S Electric Scooter with Seat - Purple £139.99 (3 for £279.89) at Argos

£139.99Argos Deals
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Found 27th Sep 2014
If you buy 3 you save lot not for single one is great deal.

43 Comments

Cold.

These aren't legal out in public.

Stupid parents buy these for their chavy little kids; nearly ran one over the other day, see here Scooter on road
If you love your kids, don't get them one of these.

Agreed - total waste of money.

teh arn

Cold.These aren't legal out in public.Stupid parents buy these for their … Cold.These aren't legal out in public.Stupid parents buy these for their chavy little kids; nearly ran one over the other day, see here Scooter on roadIf you love your kids, don't get them one of these.



Wow that thing was flying? What speed do you think he was doing?

The electric ones do 10mph on the Argos description but as you say not meant to be on the road.

Heat added, based on price and responsible parent purchasing, although states ages 8 and over yet a reviewer states bought for child younger ..

Sy83

Wow that thing was flying? What speed do you think he was doing?The … Wow that thing was flying? What speed do you think he was doing?The electric ones do 10mph on the Argos description but as you say not meant to be on the road.Heat added, based on price and responsible parent purchasing, although states ages 8 and over yet a reviewer states bought for child younger ..



No idea, he shouldn't have been on the road anyway.
If some one buys one of these and give it to their child to rid out in public, they have failed as a parent.
They're not only endangering their child, but other members of the public too.

12 hours charge for up to 40 minutes use.

Also I believe it is illegal to ride these on a pavement meaning they should only be driven on private land...not much use to most!

Cold. I bought one and it didn't shave a single beard hair. Rubbish.

Stay in door and still stay healthy

Good for fat kids (_;)

These are dangerous and should be banned, dreadful, evil things which should never be allowed in the shops, and especially not in Argos where the sort of people who buy this sort of thing congregate. I've actually seen them through the window, queuing up in their tracksuits and cheap, plastic trainers, pacing up and down, texting each other and pocketing the half-size pencils by the catalogues.

Need I say more?

Innit!

teh arn

Cold.These aren't legal out in public.Stupid parents buy these for their … Cold.These aren't legal out in public.Stupid parents buy these for their chavy little kids; nearly ran one over the other day, see here Scooter on roadIf you love your kids, don't get them one of these.



Or maybe buy these and use responsibly ???


MerryLittleGoat

These are dangerous and should be banned, dreadful, evil things which … These are dangerous and should be banned, dreadful, evil things which should never be allowed in the shops, and especially not in Argos where the sort of people who buy this sort of thing congregate. I've actually seen them through the window, queuing up in their tracksuits and cheap, plastic trainers, pacing up and down, texting each other and pocketing the half-size pencils by the catalogues.Need I say more?Innit!



WoW, bigoted snob much? Get over yourself, I'd sooner spend hours with these people that you have pre-judged than 5 minutes with someone like you!!

teh arn

Cold.These aren't legal out in public.Stupid parents buy these for their … Cold.These aren't legal out in public.Stupid parents buy these for their chavy little kids; nearly ran one over the other day, see here Scooter on roadIf you love your kids, don't get them one of these.

MerryLittleGoat

These are dangerous and should be banned, dreadful, evil things which … These are dangerous and should be banned, dreadful, evil things which should never be allowed in the shops, and especially not in Argos where the sort of people who buy this sort of thing congregate. I've actually seen them through the window, queuing up in their tracksuits and cheap, plastic trainers, pacing up and down, texting each other and pocketing the half-size pencils by the catalogues.Need I say more?Innit!



They wont get used responsibly; the types of people with enough private land to use these don't buy them.

My 7 year old daughter loves hers, uses it around our caravan site all the time, the other children also like using it.

This could take the kids to the Jeremy Kyle show for there DNA tests lmfao

teh arn

They wont get used responsibly; the types of people with enough private … They wont get used responsibly; the types of people with enough private land to use these don't buy them.



Really??
I can assure you if I was fortunate enough to be able to afford to buy my nephews these I'm pretty sure I could responsibly supervise them playing on them without causing death or injury to anyone (Can't guarantee the kids wouldn't obtain a graze or two though! lol )
These are 10mph electric scooters for heavens sake, not monster trucks with flame-throwers attached!!!

Leftfield_2k2

Really??I can assure you if I was fortunate enough to be able to afford … Really??I can assure you if I was fortunate enough to be able to afford to buy my nephews these I'm pretty sure I could responsibly supervise them playing on them without causing death or injury to anyone (Can't guarantee the kids wouldn't obtain a graze or two though! lol )These are 10mph electric scooters for heavens sake, not monster trucks with flame-throwers attached!!!



If you've got enough space on private land and supervise them then do what you want.
Some one that buys one for their kid and lets them do what they want with it is a horrible parent.

See post one, he was going about 10mph.

When did kids get so lazy! No wonder so many kids are fat...we had to use our feet to move a scooter when I was younger lol

YouTube video is of a petrol scooter...this is an electric scooter. My daughter wants one of these for Xmas and definitely don't think they are dangerous if used sensibly!!!!!

Xxmummyof2xX

YouTube video is of a petrol scooter...this is an electric scooter. My … YouTube video is of a petrol scooter...this is an electric scooter. My daughter wants one of these for Xmas and definitely don't think they are dangerous if used sensibly!!!!!



It was electric, but it doesn't matter; they shouldn't have been out in public with it anyway.
I hope you won't let your kids out on one in public; they're dangerous.

teh arn

It was electric, but it doesn't matter; they shouldn't have been out in … It was electric, but it doesn't matter; they shouldn't have been out in public with it anyway.I hope you won't let your kids out on one in public; they're dangerous.



Yeah i agree, these have no place in the public, your link to your youtube video says its petrol and before you said you had no idea what speed he was doing now you're saying see post one 10mph.

Sy83

Yeah i agree, these have no place in the public, your link to your … Yeah i agree, these have no place in the public, your link to your youtube video says its petrol and before you said you had no idea what speed he was doing now you're saying see post one 10mph.:{



Let me edit that to say it's an electric then....
Like i said before, it's irrelevant.
It was an electric scooter and he nearly got splattered.

You can hire the electric ones in Spain to ride along the promenade, it's good fun, no-one minds, and there's no problems, but in nanny state Britain...............no chance

Agrees, son was given one free by someone who got it free. we tried it on a no through road. They are lethal. You have little control, brakes are garbage, I'm sure they are harder to ride than a motorbike. I would let me kids on it. Sold it on eBay for 50.00. Best thing I did. Riders should need a licence

Jesus, there's some do-gooders on here!!
I've just bought my 3 year old son an electric ride-on quad from Tesco, it god about 5mph, slightly faster than walking speed, so I have to walk briskly to keep up with him.
I took him along the pavement to the park yesterday on it, he loved it, looks of people took an interest in stopping to tell him how cool it is, and not a single accident/person run over!

Climbing frames are dangerous. You irresponsible parents for letting your children play on them without airbags underneath/helmet on/knee and elbow pads on/triple wrapped in bubble wrap!

Get a life.

MerryLittleGoat

These are dangerous and should be banned, dreadful, evil things which … These are dangerous and should be banned, dreadful, evil things which should never be allowed in the shops, and especially not in Argos where the sort of people who buy this sort of thing congregate. I've actually seen them through the window, queuing up in their tracksuits and cheap, plastic trainers, pacing up and down, texting each other and pocketing the half-size pencils by the catalogues.Need I say more?Innit!


Idiot

royals

Agrees, son was given one free by someone who got it free. we tried it … Agrees, son was given one free by someone who got it free. we tried it on a no through road. They are lethal. You have little control, brakes are garbage, I'm sure they are harder to ride than a motorbike. I would let me kids on it. Sold it on eBay for 50.00. Best thing I did. Riders should need a licence



Someone (a friend presumably) gave it to you for free and you sold it? lol

jewpons

Someone (a friend presumably) gave it to you for free and you sold it? lol



i suspect someone stole it.

Too much negativity in this thread.

I'm out.


Cyaaaa!

I have an razor E300 flying machine used on a private road - great fun and much faster than these

Hot btw

D9LVE

Jesus, there's some do-gooders on here!!I've just bought my 3 year old … Jesus, there's some do-gooders on here!!I've just bought my 3 year old son an electric ride-on quad from Tesco, it god about 5mph, slightly faster than walking speed, so I have to walk briskly to keep up with him.I took him along the pavement to the park yesterday on it, he loved it, looks of people took an interest in stopping to tell him how cool it is, and not a single accident/person run over!Climbing frames are dangerous. You irresponsible parents for letting your children play on them without airbags underneath/helmet on/knee and elbow pads on/triple wrapped in bubble wrap!Get a life.



That's a bit different to riding one of these in public...

I've given heat!

Pity people have things to moan about!

Kids can go a lot faster on an ordinary push bike

vyp3r

Kids can go a lot faster on an ordinary push bike



Push bikes are legal in public though.

Monkeybumcheeks

Good for fat kids (_;)

so r cars

MerryLittleGoat

These are dangerous and should be banned, dreadful, evil things which … These are dangerous and should be banned, dreadful, evil things which should never be allowed in the shops, and especially not in Argos where the sort of people who buy this sort of thing congregate. I've actually seen them through the window, queuing up in their tracksuits and cheap, plastic trainers, pacing up and down, texting each other and pocketing the half-size pencils by the catalogues.Need I say more?Innit!



Just because some(a lot?) of people are morons with these things doesn't mean we should ban everything.

As a responsible person(I hope) I do not wish for my country to try and legislate stuff which will STILL affect me whilst acting responsibly.

Stupid people will do stupid things, you can't legislate against stupid.

Going to get this for the son. He can race the grannies on their mobility scooters.

azocarbo

Also I believe it is illegal to ride these on a pavement meaning they … Also I believe it is illegal to ride these on a pavement meaning they should only be driven on private land...not much use to most!


Much the same as most push bikes ridden by kids then!!

crazylegs

Much the same as most push bikes ridden by kids then!!



You can ride bikes on the road and elsewhere; these can only be used on private property.

Banned

teh arn

Cold.These aren't legal out in public.Stupid parents buy these for their … Cold.These aren't legal out in public.Stupid parents buy these for their chavy little kids; nearly ran one over the other day, see here Scooter on roadIf you love your kids, don't get them one of these.



They aren't illegal at all. as much as the electric kids cars etc aren't illegal. What's dumb is the chav kid in the video you posted, using it on a public road. Sadly the chavs will keep reproducing more and more chavs it's a never ending cycle. They're removed by natural selection though, knife fights, weed/coke overdose, joyriding, riding childrens electric scooter down a main road etc.

lolyehright

They aren't illegal at all. as much as the electric kids cars etc aren't … They aren't illegal at all. as much as the electric kids cars etc aren't illegal. What's dumb is the chav kid in the video you posted, using it on a public road. Sadly the chavs will keep reproducing more and more chavs it's a never ending cycle. They're removed by natural selection though, knife fights, weed/coke overdose, joyriding, riding childrens electric scooter down a main road etc.



I didn't say that they were illegal.....

D9LVE

Jesus, there's some do-gooders on here!!I've just bought my 3 year old … Jesus, there's some do-gooders on here!!I've just bought my 3 year old son an electric ride-on quad from Tesco, it god about 5mph, slightly faster than walking speed, so I have to walk briskly to keep up with him.I took him along the pavement to the park yesterday on it, he loved it, looks of people took an interest in stopping to tell him how cool it is, and not a single accident/person run over!Climbing frames are dangerous. You irresponsible parents for letting your children play on them without airbags underneath/helmet on/knee and elbow pads on/triple wrapped in bubble wrap!Get a life.



Well said
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