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As soon as you start looking at how the Razor electric scooters compare you’ll notice similar looking models such as the E100, E125, E150 and E175.
So what’s the the difference between these models? Checking the specs on all of these and also comparing part numbers from Razor, it’s clear that the E100/E125/E150/E175 electric scooters all have the same size, same weight, same rider weight limit, same power and same speed:
Razor E100 (E125 E150 E175)
|Tires||Pneumatic rubber front, solid urethane rear|
|Top Speed||10 mph|
|Brakes||Hand operated front rim|
|Max ride time/distance||40 min|
|Max Rider Weight||120 lbs|
Page 8 of the product manual shows the parts list for E100/E125/E150/E175. You may reasonably believe that the number refers to the power of the motor, but as you can see here all of the E100 series electric scooters have a 100W motor.
When looking at the the Razor E100 vs E125 vs E150 vs E175 scooters and trying to decide which one to buy, you can rest assured they are all the same and you only need to decide on the color. Definitely confusing at first glance, but the decision is much easier knowing that color is the only difference.
Amazon usually has the best deal on these. See the price of the Razor E100 on Amazon.
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I have learned the e100 only has 1 12 volt battery. The 150 and 175 both have two 12 volt batteries. 150 has one wheel (polyurethane or something) and the other wheel is a different material but the e 175 has both same wheels (polyurethane).
Thanks for commenting. Can you send any links to this info? Looking at Razor’s website they have the same battery pack (2 batteries) listed for all 100 series scooters https://shop.razor.com/Battery-W13111201003. Also all images of the E175 have the same rubber front tire as the E100 & E150.
My daughter has the e100 and yes it does have 2 12v batters. Not 1.
I just bought one for my son for his birthday but haven’t install it yet. Is it strong though….
Greetings, questions on E100:
Must you first push with feet for a few yards before motor kicks in? How long battery last on full charge. US made?
Does hand brake kick in when throttle is off. How long to charge battery?
Thanks interested person
The scooter needs to be moving at 3mph before the motor kicks in, so a good push is all that’s required.
The battery lasts for 40 minutes of continuous use and a full recharge takes up to 12 hours. Not made in the US – made in China as would be all scooters around this price range.
The brake doesn’t engage unless the lever is pulled.
The full product manual is here: https://www.razor.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/E100_MAN_US_0512_FINAL.pdf
Hope that helps!
A drll trigger and 2 18v lithium batteries and it’s a rocket ship