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Razor Ecosmart Metro Electric Scooter Review

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Updated January 26, 2022
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To review Razor Adult Electric Scooters is to review the many aspects that make it the best electric scooter with seat, which would be its very comfortable padded seat, the best electric scooter for commuting, which would be its impressive 18 miles per hour top speed, and the best electric scooter for adults street legal, which would be the motor cutting when the brake is engaged (for emergency situations).

Why We Like It – Razor Ecosmart Metro Electric Scooter

The Razor Ecosmart Metro Electric Scooter features one of the fastest top speeds we’ve seen in a scooter at 18 miles per hour while also sporting a decent range of 10 miles on a single charge. The rear-brake is also of high quality and can stop you on a dime if need be.

  • Motor cuts when brake is engaged
  • Very Comfortable Padded Seat
  • No specs for hills
  • 12 Hours Charge Time
  • Non-adjustable handlebar


Razor Ecosmart Scooters Electric is one of the fastest electric scooters currently available sporting a top speed of 18 miles per hour. So fear not, you’ll be able to get wherever you need to go and back. But if speed isn’t a contributing factor in your decision, consider the Razor E300S Seated Electric Scooter instead. The only downside is we couldn’t find any specs for how the scooter takes hills. But considering its speed and ruggedness, we think it could take at least a 10% incline. It’s also why it’s considered the best electric scooter for heavy adults and best electric moped too!

Related: If you’re interested in an impressive vehicle that’s worth the title of the best electric moped, you should read our Razor Electric Street Bike review.


The Scooter Razor Ecosmart comes equipped with a rear-brake braking system that’s hand operated and will safely allow you to come to a full-stop. You can check out the SKRT Electric Scooter for another example of an excellent rear-brake. One of the greatest things about the Razor Ecosmart scooter, though, is that the motor will also cut then the brake is engaged which ensures a powerful stop in emergency situations.

Battery Life

Factoring in how fast the scooter can go and the fact that you can get about 40 minutes out of the scooter on a single-charge it should be able to travel about 10 miles which isn’t too bad and on-par with scooters in its class. Where it does lose some points is in its charge time. Clocking in at about 12 hours, 40 minutes just doesn’t seem like an adequate amount of travel time. And 12 hours is about four hours more than overnight charging. Having to charge a scooter for a full day is always cumbersome.


The Razor Ecosmart is one of the most durable scooters you can buy. It contains a bamboo deck, a material which is not only highly durable, but highly renewable as well. The large 16-inch tires, combined with the ultra-comfortable padded seat, deliver one of the most smooth and comfortable rides you’ll ever encounter in a scooter. But if you prefer a kick scooter, more of an electric skateboards-type design, check out the Hiboy S2.


There are still plenty of features available on the Razor Ecosmart Metro Electric Scooter. First of all, it doesn’t take any gas and thus runs entirely on electricity making it n/aa great eco-friendly option among scooters. Second, it can support a rider weight of up to 220 pounds, making it perfect for kids and adults alike. On that note, we wish the scooter had adjustable handlebars, so that teens could keep using it as they grow.

Razor Ecosmart Metro Electric Scooter Wrap Up

The Razor Ecosmart Metro Electric Scooter may have its downsides, such as a long charge time and non-adjustable handlebars, but these pale in comparison to the performance, durability, and safety features present in the scooter. Do you really want to trade in your safety for a scooter with adjustable handlebars? Doesn’t seem quite fair to me.

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