Yesterday we compiled a list of the 5 best electric scooters for adults that have seats. Later in the day we realized that many of you will have to also purchase an electric scooter for your kid(s) if you purchase one for yourself. I for one would not dream of purchasing something as cool as an electric scooter for me without also considering buying one for my children. After all, I would never hear the end of it.
Fear not, we have you covered. Here are the five best electric scooters for kids that you can buy today.
The hits just keep on coming from Razor. In addition to the EcoSmart model that they offer for adults, Razor’s smaller E models are designed for kids. The E300 features a handy kickstand, super-sized deck, and can run for up to 40 minutes at a time. Where were these when I was a kid?
The Tempo is designed to be motion activated, so the motor will not engage until the rider begins with a kick. This is a nice safety feature that ensures inexperienced kiddos will not take off wildly. A rear foot e-brake provides added safety and the long lasting battery will allow for rides of up to six hours long! For the price, the Jetson Tempo is an impressive offering.
Okay, how cool is this thing? Imagine your little one cruising around on this thing like a sophisticated Parisian and try not to smile. The Pocket Mod Miniature has a ten mile range and storage under the seat. Really, you are a terrible parent if you DON’T buy this for your kid.
Costzon’s scooter is designed for children 14 years and older. Riders will be able to reach top speeds of 7.5 miles per hour and can travel for 6 to 9 hours on a single charge. Costzon even offers a folding model of the scooter, making it an ideal choice for students. Talk about getting to class in style!
The Reverb from Pulse Performance Products is a heavy duty electric scooter for children 8 years old and up. The 24 volt battery allows for 40 minutes of riding time and speeds of up to 10 miles per hour. For younger kids, the Reverb is an ideal first scooter.
Is there anyone out there that owns any of the scooters on our list? Have any of our readers purchased any other electric scooters for their children that they would like to comment on? We would love to hear your feedback in the comments section below.
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