Razor Pocket Mod (Betty)

December 5, 2013 - Comment

The Razor Pocket Mod Betty is a miniature electric euro-style scooter. The Pocket Mod Betty can travel up to 10 miles on a single charge. At speeds up to 15 MPH the Pocket Mod Betty leaves similar bikes in its dust. Scaled down classic scooter design carries riders up to 220 lbs. Variable speed, chain

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The Razor Pocket Mod Betty is a miniature electric euro-style scooter. The Pocket Mod Betty can travel up to 10 miles on a single charge. At speeds up to 15 MPH the Pocket Mod Betty leaves similar bikes in its dust. Scaled down classic scooter design carries riders up to 220 lbs. Variable speed, chain driven motor for maximum power transfer. Large 12″ pneumatic tires and rear suspension for a smooth ride. retractable kickstand.Cruise the side streets in style with this euro-style electric scooter from Razor. Featuring a high-performance, chain-driven electric motor and a vintage-inspired body, the Pocket Mod can reach speeds of up to 15 miles per hour–plenty fast enough for a quick trip to the corner store or a fun ride in the country. The scooter also teams a pair of 12-inch pneumatic tires with a rear suspension system to ensure a comfortable ride. Other features include a retractable kickstand, variable-speed acceleration, a padded seat, and a built-in battery that travels for up to 10 miles on a single charge.

The buyer and rider of the Pocket Mod are responsible for knowing and obeying all local, state, and federal regulations regarding the riding and use of this scooter. The Pocket Mod, which is designed for ages 12 and up and offers a weight maximum of 220 pounds, is also backed by a 90-day warranty.

Product Features

  • Vintage-inspired scooter with chain-driven electric motor
  • Variable-speed engine reaches speeds of up to 15 miles per hour
  • 12-inch pneumatic tires with rear suspension system
  • Built-in battery runs for up to 10 miles on single charge
  • Designed for ages 12 and up; max weight of 220 pounds; 90-day warranty

Comments

Amber Smith "Noah's Mom" says:

QUIET and so fun! When my 11-year old started begging for an electric scooter, we were very hesitant. A neighbor has one and it’s the stand-up kind with a VERY loud motor that drives us nuts on the weekends. We gave in, and went shopping. While we were reviewing the standing scooter, we noticed the Razor Pocket Mod and it was the SAME PRICE! I, of course, thought it was adorable and my daughter was easily swayed.It was easy to put together and charge, however pumping the tires was a wee bit difficult just because of the angle required. The tires are nice and fat/sturdy, too, so riding offroad or over small rocks wasn’t an issue. The biggest thing we noticed though, was that it is AMAZINGLY QUIET! What a blessing compared to the neighbor’s noisy scooter! It practically ‘purrs’ and you don’t even hear it until you are right next to it.Seeing her ride it is incredible! It is VERY easy for any child that can balance and ride a bike. The handle brakes/gas takes a bit of…

Stacey M. Barich "Action Girl" says:

Excellent Scooter! My daughter has been asking for a power wheels motorcycle for the last two years. We were hesitant to buy power wheels since the maximum rider weight is so low and she’d quickly outgrow it.When we saw the Razor mod, it was appealing for several reasons..#1- It has a maximum rider weight of 225 meaning even my husband and I could ride it!#2- The price is totally reasonable#3- Electric power means we can store it indoors#4- The size is perfect for our daughter.#5- It looks like a Vespa!The box says it’s for ages 12 and over, but I think that’s a bit silly. Our daughter is just 8 and is also the smallest kid in 3rd grade and the scooter is perfectly sized for her. My husband and I both ride full size Vespas, and the scale of the Razor mod fits the same criteria we used when purchasing our bikes- she can put both feet flat on the ground and have room to shift her weight, she can reach/operate the controls…

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