Razor E90 Electric Scooter - Pink or blue £79.99 @ Argos
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Razor E90 Electric Scooter - Pink or blue £79.99 @ Argos

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Found 19th Aug 2015
I missed the one in boots and have been waiting for a good deal to put away for my daughters xmas and this seems to be a reasonable price for the Razor one as I know you can buy cheaper version. I also see a few people don't like them mentioning obese kids but my daughter is very active and think her and loads of other kids will have a bit of fun with these.

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stefg

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simplyjimbo

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Thanks again simplyjimbo always a great help x

great price, got a couple of these and the batt/scooter still work great after +12 months of abuse.

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forcephil

great price, got a couple of these and the batt/scooter still work great … great price, got a couple of these and the batt/scooter still work great after +12 months of abuse.


I have one reserved can you tell me do you think its suitable for a 6 year old. My daughter is desperate for one and shes very good with things like this (sporty tomboy lol) I know it says 8 year but also says not for under 3 so do you think it will be ok? Is it fast? Sorry for all the questions just looking for some feed back from someone that has one x

just had a look at the models we have (E100 & E90), for a 6 year old the E90 will be fine as it isn't as fast as the other model and a easier to use. my daughter got her's for her 7th birthday and she is very petite. get her a helmet and she will be good to go. we are quite fortunate where i live as we have wide paths and as long as she rides it in a relatively safe area and not on the road i'm sure she will be fine.

My daughter got one of these for her 8th birthday. She'd wanted one so desperately... Used it once, it went faster than she expected, scared the living daylight a out of her, she's never been back on it nearly 10 now!

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forcephil

just had a look at the models we have (E100 & E90), for a 6 year old the … just had a look at the models we have (E100 & E90), for a 6 year old the E90 will be fine as it isn't as fast as the other model and a easier to use. my daughter got her's for her 7th birthday and she is very petite. get her a helmet and she will be good to go. we are quite fortunate where i live as we have wide paths and as long as she rides it in a relatively safe area and not on the road i'm sure she will be fine.

thanks that's helped. I will get her all the gear to go with do she's safe. Thanks again for your reply x

GAskham

My daughter got one of these for her 8th birthday. She'd wanted one so … My daughter got one of these for her 8th birthday. She'd wanted one so desperately... Used it once, it went faster than she expected, scared the living daylight a out of her, she's never been back on it nearly 10 now!



Same with mine lol. Bought a similar version at Xmas. Daughter tried it once. One too many times apparently.

GAskham

My daughter got one of these for her 8th birthday. She'd wanted one so … My daughter got one of these for her 8th birthday. She'd wanted one so desperately... Used it once, it went faster than she expected, scared the living daylight a out of her, she's never been back on it nearly 10 now!



was it this one? up to 10mph?

have ordered one for my nearly 11 year old.....will wait and see how the 7 year old fairs on it first as lots of mixed reports about them using them. great find op, thank you

kimberleycreighton

was it this one? up to 10mph?



Yes, it was this model. My Son who is a year older was also a little scared at the speed it goes so fast. Hence why he's not used it either.

I have one, it's a long story as I couldn't walk far at the time, and noticed a few things;

1) it's surprisingly heavy!
2) it's fast, I'm 8 1/2 stone and it was still speeding along faster than I had thought it would and probably faster than I wanted.
3) don't try it when drunk.
4) you need quite a good awareness of your centre of gravity and strong core muscles as it's a bit wobbly.

*my experiences may have been hampered by both alcohol and the fact that I'm 5ft 8ins and holding onto the non-extending handlebars tricky, they're built for short kids X)

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