Razor E100 Electric Scooter
Pulse Performance Reverb Electric Scooter
Freego Folding Electric Scooter
It’s not always about the adults you know. Sometimes we like to cover off gear reviews for the other important, smaller people, in your life so today we’re looking at the Best Electric Scooters for Kids. Guaranteed to make your kid look uber cool in that commute into school and for you to win mahusive Dad points for some time to come. Even better still, get yourself a matching set of wheels, and you can do the school run together in style and bond over your love of supercharged wheels! Electric scooters are in fashion right now, easy to operate, virtually no cost to run and super environmentally friendly. Plus, let’s not forget, so much fun to be had. Why walk when there is a slicker and speedier option to hand? So without further ado, we bring you the Best Electric Scooters for Kids review.
The Best Electric Scooter
Getting back down to basics now with another fantastic model from Razor that is an excellent entry scooter, perfect for kids aged 8 and upwards. It’s budget friendly and comes in four really fun and contemporary colors perfect for boys and girls. It’s an excellent option for a first-time scooter as it is incredibly easy to operate and has a top speed of 10 MPH, so you don’t need to worry about your child hurtling down a hill at rapid speeds that send your heart into your mouth!
With this Razor E100 model, your kids can have fun without getting into trouble, and they can also learn about road safety at the same time. The E100 features a child-friendly size foot deck and frame while the motor is quiet running with a simple to operate twist-grip acceleration. The brake is hand operated, and there is also a retractable kickstand. It’s not the fastest or the most sophisticated Scooter in our review, but it is safe, reliable, constructed from quality materials and operates on a superior quiet chain drive motor that delivers zero emission output. Be sure to also check out our list of the top remote control cars for more great toys for your kid.
Ultra-quiet chain drive with easy twist-grip throttle
Powered by a long-lasting 24V seal battery system
Travel at up to 10 MPH with simple kick start motor
Can run for up to 40 minutes continuously
Requires initial charge of 12 hours before use
Hand operated rear brake and spring-loaded kickstand
- Weight25.3 pounds
OK, so Glion Dolly Foldable Electric Scooter isn’t strictly just for kids! You are going to love it yourself so much that you might want to invest in two straight away. If you have the budget that is as it’s not the cheapest one today in our review but boy, can it go? Well, in a scooter kind of way! Put an end to boring commutes and rides to school, the part and the office and get there in style with this patented design from Gilion.
When it’s not in use, it conveniently folds and has a retractable handle and wheels just like a roller bag suitcase so that you can easily take it with you on crowded public transport. Something that’s not always practical with a bike. It’s fun, kinda fast and super reliable and quiet to run. You can get speeds of up to 15 MPH which is faster than Usain Bolt so yes, we think we can call it fast!
Premium Lithium-Ion Battery
Quiet chainless and gearless motor hub
Never flat airless rubber tires
Patented design that folds and rolls like a roller bag suitcase
Maintenance free electronic braking system
Speed of 15 MPH and 15-mile range per charge
- Weight27.3 pounds
The Razor brand is synonymous with cutting-edge technology and innovative design products so you can expect the rife of your life with this Razor E300, just one of the many quality electric scooter products perfect for kids. This model is for anyone age eight up to adult so grab yourself two so you can head out together. With speeds of up to 15 MPH and a super quiet chain driven motor your neighbors will love it as much as you do! It’s fast and smooth and packed with features.
This E300 version of the Razor Scooter has a larger style deck, frame and thicker tires making it a dream for those teens in your family or your adult riders. It’s safe and comfortable and super easy to operate. There’s a convenient twist-grip acceleration control so you can experience the thrill and excitement of twisting the throttle and feeling the power drive you forwards faster. When it comes to breaking, you simply operate the rear brake with the hand control, so power, acceleration, and braking are all directly under your expert control.
40 minutes of continuous use
Super-sized deck and frame design
Chain drive motor with high torque
Easy to operate twist-grip controls
10-inch wide pneumatic tires
Speed of up to 15 MPH
- Weight43 pounds
Next up in our review of Best Electric Scooters for kids we have another fantastic performing model from the team at Razor. They’ve picked the pace and the engineering spec up with Razor E325 and made it an even more exhilarating ride for the joyriders among you!
With its larger sized frame and chunky designed pneumatic tires, it not only looks the part but it certainly performs it too. This model is better suited to kids over twelve, young adults and adults due to its powerful torque and those speeds of 15MPH. It also has variable speed acceleration and twist-grip throttle for a fun and fast-paced ride. You and your kids will love getting out and about on your Razor scooters and could be tearing around for up to 45 minutes at a time just from the one charge, depending of course on the conditions, climate and your own weight and size.
Large framed deck with smooth 10-inch tires
Ultra-quiet chain drive motor with high torque
Twist grip throttle
Variable speed acceleration
Suitable for ages 12 and over
Speed of up to 15 MPH
- Weight43 pounds
This super cool urban inspired electric scooter from Pulse Performance sure looks the business and features a really easy to use Kick N Go Performance style operation. For ages eight years and upwards and carrying a weight of up to 120 pounds, it’s been especially created for kids so that it is easy to operate and control when they are just starting out. It has an exciting and innovative Moto-inspired twist throttle that they will just love using and a caliper hand brake ensuring that safety comes first.
It delivers the ultimate smooth and low maintenance ride with its Urethane tires and has an extra sturdy and dependable steel frame that provides plenty of kid-friendly protection. This makes the Reverb a fantastic option for newbies to scooter riding. You also get 40 minutes of riding time from the one charge so there is plenty to time to perfect and hone your technique. A great choice for the novice rider with plenty of important safety features that make it a dependable recommendation. Love this product? Check out our review of the top kids electric cars for our top picks.
Achieve speeds of up to 10 MPH
2 wheeled design with 100-watt chain driven motor
Heavy duty stem and robust steel frame
24-volt rechargeable battery system
For 8 years old and upwards
- BrandPulse Performance Products
- Weight23.1 pounds
As you would expect from Segway, this Electric Scooter really looks incredibly cool and stylish with its intelligent but simplistic, streamlined design. It features a handy built-in digital display so you can always be on top of tracking all the vital statistics like distance covered and your battery life. We also love the front LED light which is bright and means that you can safely ride your scooter at might which is a great added bonus.
You can reach speeds of up to 12.4 MPH which is not bad at all and with a 15.5-mile average range from the one battery charge you can really give this scooter a decent ride out and enjoy all of that freedom, flexibility, and fun that getting outdoors on your Segway scooter will deliver.
Range covered from one charge of up to 15.5 MPH
Anti-breaking system fitted
Cruise control with comfortable front shock absorption
Chainless, smooth ride design
Easy clean, good pads leave scooter always looking pristine
Large 8-inch tires provide a smooth glide
- Weight24 pounds
Freego Scooter runs like a dream and looks sensational with its safety first built-in LED headlights, tail lamp, and also two sidelights. You will definitely be seen and be safe riding this Scooter. It’s big on performance and high on power and is fitted with 10-inch tires and both rear and front disk brakes. We love the LCD display that clearly identifies your speed and battery level. The throttle to control the speed is also conveniently placed just under the LDC display center.
It’s height adjustable so suitable for kids, teenagers and adults plus has built-in Bluetooth speakers so that you can pair with your phone and enjoy some on-board tunes as you ride about with your friends and family, enjoying the freedom and fun of the great outdoors. It delivers a stable and comfortable ride with built-in shock absorption plus there is an easy release folding buckle so that you can conveniently and neatly dismantle your Freego when it’s not in use. This makes it a perfect choice for commuters and a great, portable option to pack and take with you on those family vacations and weekend’s away.
500-watt motor delivers top speed of up to 26 MPH
Default safety speed is set at 15 MPH
Holds up to 330 pounds of weight
Provides a 24-mile radius journey from one charge
Portable, foldable design
Handlebar display indicates battery life
- Weight16.5 pounds
Next up, we’ve got the perfect electric scooter for your kids to grow into. This impressive vehicle is really designed for kids aged 15 right up to fully grown adults. However, if your teenager is strong enough (and sensible enough) to handle this kind of scooter, it might be worth investing your money in something they can use for years to come. The Hover-1 Alpha Electric Kick Scooter will make them the talk of the playground and with this kind of power, they can be home within minutes of you calling.
Powered by a 451W brushless motor, this scooter is capable of speeds up to 17.4mph. That might not sound like much, but it feels real fast when the wind is in your hair and you’re holding on for dear life. Of course, with that much power, you need to be able to stop. Thankfully, the Hover-1 Alpha comes equipped with a back disc brake, capable of bringing you to an abrupt stop. The motor is powered by a 36V battery pack, which has enough charge for 12 miles of uninterrupted riding (and takes around five hours to charge up). The other thing that sets this scooter apart from kid’s scooters is the handling. With two 10-inch air-filled tires and responsive steering, you can be super accurate with each turn, allowing you to weave through city streets with ease. Other features include a completely foldable frame, a powerful LED headlight, and a built-in Bluetooth speaker.
451W brushless motor
Max speed – 17.4mph
36V battery pack
Up to 12 miles range
Two 10-inch air-filled tires
Built-in Bluetooth speaker
- Weight45.25 pounds
Finally, Segway has designed a scooter that’s just for kids. We’ve been keeping an eye on this space for a while because we love Segway products. The Segway Ninebot eKickScooter ZING E10 will make your kids the talk of the town. Under the hood, it’s similar to the Segway ES1 scooter, it’s just not as powerful. Don’t be fooled though, it’s no slouch in the performance department. It can reach a max speed of 10mph and can travel up to 6.3 miles on a single charge.
The Segway E10 is powered by a traditional throttle on the handlebar. However, there’s another way of cruising – simply kick off from the tarmac and the scooter will maintain the speed you set. The faster you kick-off, the faster it will go. Then, to stop, it has a powerful EBS (energy recovery brake system). With a max weight limit of 132 pounds, it’s definitely not suitable for adults. In fact, because of how small it is, it’s only really suitable for children under 5’3”.
Max weight capacity – 132 pounds
Max speed – 10mph
Travels 6.3 miles on a charge
Foldable and lightweight
- Weight18.7 pounds
The best thing about the VIRO Rides 550E Electric Scooter is the way it looks. It has an awesome graffiti-styled color scheme that sets it apart from every other scooter on this list. Even if you don’t ride around on this scooter, you’re going to look cooler than everyone else at the park. Having said that, it has some pretty impressive performance stats as well. It has a 100-watt DC motor that powers the scooter to a max speed of 10mph. It will run for around 40 minutes, which gives it a range of around six miles. Other features include a LED light for added visibility, a hand-activated rear brake, and an easy thumb-control throttle.
100-watt DC motor
Max speed – 10mph
Runs for 40 minutes
LED visibility lights
hand-activated rear brake
Easy thumb-control throttle
- BrandVIRO Rides
- Weight33.25 pounds
Electric Scooter Buying Guide and FAQs
Safety Tips When Using an Electric Scooter
Electric scooters are increasing in popularity for both kids and adults, so road safety and respecting both yourself and others is of the utmost importance. Do not ever drive recklessly and put either yourself or a pedestrian in danger. Do not speed and always be prepared to slow down and stop safely, especially when approaching junctions.
There are a couple of important and common sense safety tips that we think it is prudent to adopt. Please invest in a good helmet and ensure that you have adequately bright lights on your scooter so that you can be seen in all light conditions. Make sure that you are wearing proper, protective clothing when you are out on your scooter. It’s a great idea to purchase a set of protective gloves, elbow, and kneepads for your kids when they are starting out to protect against falls and the inevitable bumps and scrapes they are likely to suffer.
Other than that, ride safe, show some respect for the roads and remember to have plenty of fun.
Electric Scooter FAQs
Q: Do I Need Any Type of License To Ride an Electric Scooter?
A: This is a fascinating one. Strictly speaking, an electric scooter is classified as a Personal Light Vehicle and so depending on where you live that could mean that you are not legally supposed to use them in public but rather on private land. Unless you live on a country estate that is either linked to your kid's school or all the local recreational amenities that’s just not happening! Given the number of Dads and kids ( yes yes, Mum’s too) using electric scooters as their favorite mode of transport then it’s not something that’s being enforced. However, just a word of caution, you may be breaking the law. You rebel you! So pay particular attention to how you and your kid responsibly ride your scooters and don’t turn into the local menaces, ripping up the sidewalks and terrorizing folk with your speedy drive by’s! Best to check your local country and country rules to make sure that you and your mini-me don’t end up banged to rights!
Q: Do Electric Scooters Have Normal Controls?
A: An electric scooter is relatively easy to get the hang of, even if you are a kid and yes, they do have standard controls so if you’re a biking Dad, you will be in your element teaching your kid just how to ride their scooter. They’re ridden pretty much the same way as a petrol scooter with a twist and go throttle and will have breaks, lights, and indicators too. There aren’t any gears to worry about, and the speed is progressively controlled although the term “speed” is stretching the imagination a little. This is a children’s scooter we’re talking about after all. There should also be a standard display panel that in the case of your electric ride, will tell you how much charge you’ve got left as opposed to your fuel.
Q: Do Electric Scooters Make a Noise?
A: They are deliberately designed and engineered to make some audible sound as this is what keeps you and other road and pedestrians safe. However, they are significantly quieter than a petrol scooter so make sure you ride responsibly and carefully with due respect for those around you.
Q: What Range Can I Expect From a Full Charge?
A: The range is going to be determined by some external factors including the terrain, temperature and weight and of course how good a battery your electric scooter comes with and what condition you maintain it in too. In the scooters, we reviewed today the range was anywhere from six up to fifteen miles with a battery run time of forty minutes.