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    E300 Razor Electric Scooter

    e300 Going around in a scooter can be pretty fun, but why not do so while being environmentally friendly? The E300 Razor Electric Scooter will help your daily commute without having to have a tinge of regret, where it has a larger deck, frame and tires for older teens and adult riders, traveling up to 15 miles per hour to make this the speediest Razor electroc scooter yet. Since it runs off electric power, the chain driven motor is super quiet. Just be careful that you don’t “sneak” up on pedestrians and joggers in this since it is deadly silent, lest you give them a shock of their lives. Once you’re done with your journey, you can fold it into a portable package, making it a snap to tote around on a holiday, on public transport or just day trips. Each full charge offers a range of 9 to 11.5 miles, which is roughly the equivalent of 45 minutes of run time. The E300 Razor Electric Scooter will retail for £269.95.

    Via: Coolest-Gadgets

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    David Novak
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