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Razor E90 Accelerator Electric Scooter was £99.99 now £66.99 C+C at Argos
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Razor E90 Accelerator Electric Scooter was £99.99 now £66.99 C+C at Argos

£66.99£99.9933%Argos Deals
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Posted 22nd May
My daughter is after one of these & I'm going to treat her to one as she has won an award for her charity & humanitarian work, am so glad I waited, as price has just dropped from £99.99 to £66.99 overnight

Excellent reviews, some of the best I've seen for an electric scooter + Free C+C from store


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Cruise around in style with Razor Accelerator Electric Scooter. Cool and fast, it's the perfect way to put some zip in your ride! The all-new Accelerator has a powerful, high-torque chain-driven motor and reach speeds of 9mph. The rechargeable 12V battery means you can cruise around for at least 50 minutes and the kick start motor ensures extra safety. Just scoot it along before you push the button to engage the motor and then you're away!

Battery charger with integral UK 3-pin plug.

Chain driven motor with kick start.

Runs up to 50 minutes of continuous use on a single charge with speeds up to 9mph.

Push button throttle, easy grip throttle and anti-slip footplate.

  • 2 wheels.
  • Folds for storage.
  • Anti-slip footplate.
  • Easy grip handles.
  • Rear footbrake.
  • Size H35, W84.5cm.
  • Weight 12kg.
  • Maximum user weight: 54kg.
  • Minimal assembly.
  • Batteries required: 1 x 12V (included).
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healthandsafety22/05/2019 09:34

Well done to your daughter!



Haircut_10022/05/2019 09:45

Congratulations to your daughter! I'm sure that she'll absolutely love …Congratulations to your daughter! I'm sure that she'll absolutely love this.


Thank you, we are so proud of her, she's won a Diana Award, she's been fundraising since the age of 7yrs & has raised just over £2500 in 25mths
Well done to your daughter!
Pokey22/05/2019 10:06

This is a toy.


Strange police are taking these "toys" off people
Edited by: "AJ92" 22nd May
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Well done to your daughter!
They legal yet
Congratulations to your daughter! I'm sure that she'll absolutely love this.
healthandsafety22/05/2019 09:34

Well done to your daughter!



Haircut_10022/05/2019 09:45

Congratulations to your daughter! I'm sure that she'll absolutely love …Congratulations to your daughter! I'm sure that she'll absolutely love this.


Thank you, we are so proud of her, she's won a Diana Award, she's been fundraising since the age of 7yrs & has raised just over £2500 in 25mths
Pokey22/05/2019 10:06

This is a toy.


Strange police are taking these "toys" off people
Edited by: "AJ92" 22nd May
Have heat just for the fact that your daughter raised money for charity!

Congratulations, I think more children should be encouraged to do charity and volunteer work.

Well done.
Bought and absolutely made up with it! Just gutted it doesn’t come fully charged out of the box, and now I’ve got to wait 12 hours for my next go

Thanks OP, and congratulations to your daughter. She clearly deserves her new toy!
AJ9222/05/2019 10:23

Strange police are taking these "toys" off people


I doubt that any police have taken a Razor E90 from a child. If these underpowered toy scooters are being used by a child on a road then the police would be more concerned for their safety and the level of supervision they're under than for the outdated legalities of electric scooter use.
My daughter has one. Battery last ages. She loves it.
AJ9222/05/2019 14:32

scooters not daughters



We all know you meant daughters mister
ianbeany22/05/2019 14:35

We all know you meant daughters mister


I doubt u did as that comment seemed as if you really was confused
These are really good! Bought 2 of them for £100 each last year, so great deal! Would advise for 7 years old and above though, as they are heavy and need a manual start before battery kicks in and it kicks in!
I really want to get two for my boys, buuuut I rather leave them walking or riding a bike as that's better from them.
Edited by: "PetrolHeadRR" 22nd May
ianbeany22/05/2019 14:35

We all know you meant daughters mister


I’m dying here
Would get one for my daughter but she's already a PITA cycling off into the distance. If I gave her a electric scooter she'd be beyond the horizon in five minutes heat anyway!
This needs to be made more clear to people, pedestrianliberation.org/the…-2/ . Also for referance i had my skate board taken off me in highschool 6 years ago for being on the pavement
AJ9222/05/2019 09:43

They legal yet


They are in most other countries it's just UK , Germany just legalised them leaving UK to be the last one not to have legalised yet
I'm not getting it for my sons or daughters because they have done bugger all to deserve it.
Will these get me to Poundland and back.
I wouldn't fancy hitting a pothole on one of these, Worzel gummidge springs to mind.
I guess the question I was going to ask, before I clicked into this thread, is dead in the water. Can I use this to go for daily commute?
jinkssick22/05/2019 16:23

I guess the question I was going to ask, before I clicked into this …I guess the question I was going to ask, before I clicked into this thread, is dead in the water. Can I use this to go for daily commute?


If you're around 8 years old and use it for commuting to the school gates, then absolutely.
#HumbleBrag
Is this any good for a 25 mile commute whilst wearing a suit
Heat added, OOS already in my area
itchyone22/05/2019 16:41

If you're around 8 years old and use it for commuting to the school gates, …If you're around 8 years old and use it for commuting to the school gates, then absolutely.


Get one for each foot? I'd have to with that weight restriction 😳
Well done to your daughter!!!!
Asking for a friend It’s says 9mph if you about 12 stone would this go 1mph ?
It's only for kids, right?
OOS everywhere...
Edited by: "sgs222" 22nd May
NeoWong22/05/2019 18:32

It's only for kids, right?


Not really... as long as you weight less than 54kg, you'll be fine...
My daughter is only 3 and she's aiming to achieve world Peace before she's 5! She still pees her pants occasionally but I'm sure she can do it.
charliemike22/05/2019 17:31

Is this any good for a 25 mile commute whilst wearing a suit


Yes, as long as you buy a second ticket so you can keep it on the seat next to you while you ride the bus.
Thanks. Reserved one.
Pokey22/05/2019 19:01

Yes, as long as you buy a second ticket so you can keep it on the seat …Yes, as long as you buy a second ticket so you can keep it on the seat next to you while you ride the bus.


I bought the razor e100 powercore for my 6 year old daughter, but they are useless out of the box for young kids. Basically, you have to push off to start the motor, and there is only a single speed setting (very fast). It cost me nearly £100 including import duties to buy a variable speed throttle kit from the US, but the scooter can now also be started from the throttle without having to push off to start. Basically, this kit should be standard... you should not need to mod straight out of the box.
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