[Review & SALE]: Razor Pocket Mod Euro Electric Scooter

Is the Razor Pocket Mod Euro Electric Scooter TRULY a Good Value? Where Can You Get it at the Lowest Price w/ Free Shipping?

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Razor-Pocket-Mod-Review-Image-1Electric scooters and cars are becoming increasingly popular. They are environmentally friendly as they reduce carbon emissions, and they are extremely quiet in operation.

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Advances in battery technology means they have a much longer range now. The Razor Pocket Mod Miniature Euro Electric Scooter is one of the products on offer.

You can buy this machine on Amazon for under $250, making it a good option for people who do not have a lot of money. As a bonus, customers also get free shipping. The scooter is not sold outside the US. Previous buyers have given this electric scooter the thumbs up, and the machine currently has a rating of 4.4 stars on Amazon from more than 650 reviewers.

The metallic pink color clearly shows that Razor Pocket Mod Miniature Euro Electric Scooter is targeted at females. Its entire design is feminine. The pink coloring extends to the streamers on the handlebars. The Sweet Pea decal and classic curvature further enhance the feminine appeal.

While looks play an important part when making a purchase, a scooter is to be used as a transport mechanism, and would-be buyers will also want know about the technical side of things. This includes aspects such as scooter performance, battery life, battery recharging times, and how easy it is to ride. The Razor Pocket Mod scores well on all these factors.

The scooter is shipped as a self-assembly unit. Most people found the assembly straightforward. Some say they had a bit of trouble trying to fit the wheels. Although this is a miniature scooter, its tires are a generous 12 inches. They are normal pneumatic tires, which makes for a comfortable ride on uneven or off-road surfaces.

One of the many positives with customers was the scooter arrived with the battery fully charged, meaning they could start using the scooter immediately after assembly. Not that it takes a great deal of time to charge the battery. From completely discharged to fully charged takes just eight hours. Customers also like how easy it is to remove and reinstall the battery before and after charging.

Razor-Pocket-Mod-Review-Image-2As you can tell from the name, the Razor Pocket Mod Miniature Euro Electric Scooter is not a full-sized scooter, although its design is based on a vintage, normal sized scooter. The scooter is aimed at kids from 12 years old and upwards. Because the scooter is so small, the kids quickly feel very confident on it, especially because they can easily reach the ground. Likewise, all the controls are easily reachable.

Even though the scooter is targeted at children, that does not mean adults cannot use it. It is sturdy enough to take a person weighing up to 170 pounds, although the heavier the rider, the more quickly the battery will lose its charge.

While the manufacturer does not recommend the scooter for kids under 12, it is clear that many parents have felt confident enough to let kids under this age use the scooter. Some commented on how light the scooter is, so that even 8-year-olds can hold it or push it over short distances. The controls for power and brakes are on the handlebars, and may take a little getting used to for those who have never ridden a powered scooter.


The Razor Pocket Mod is a very stylish electric scooter that is incredible value for money. It is a perfect choice for kids, who will feel very confident riding it. Its battery life is reasonable, and charging time is around 8 hours. Hundreds of buyers have nothing but praise for this scooter.


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