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These are the best cheap electric scooter deals for Black Friday 2020

Electric scooters have moved beyond novelty status or children’s toys. E-scooters today play many roles, including touring, commuting, and as micromobility alternatives in cities and towns. We scoured major online retail merchants having Black Friday sales for electric scooter deals and found a wide range of cheap electric scooters for children, teens, and adults.

In addition to discounts on scooters, we’ve also found quite a few solid Black Friday bike deals you can take advantage of right now.

Today’s Best Cheap Electric Scooter Deals

  • Razor Power Core E90 Electric Scooter$97, was $117
  • Swagtron Swagger SK3 Metro Kick-and-Go Electric Scooter for Kids$99, was $130
  • Razor E200 Electric Scooter$219, was $240
  • Razor E100 Electric Scooter$253, was $430
  • Gotrax XR Ultra Electric Scooter$360, was $400
  • Glion Dolly Foldable Lightweight Adult Electric Scooter$430, was $499
  • Goplus Folding Electric Scooter$600, was $1,000
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Gotrax GKS Electric Scooter for Kids

$98 $120
This is a 2-in-1 scooter—kids can use it as a kick scooter or utilize its electric capabilities. This makes it easier for kids younger than 12 years old to learn how to ride their first scooter.
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Razor E100 Electric Scooter

$207 $430
The Razor E100 is for kids 8 years and older. Dual lead-acid rechargeable batteries power the E100 up to 10 mph for a maximum 40 minutes of continuous use. Load capacity up to 120 pounds.
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Segway Ninebot ES2 Electric Kick Scooter

$380 $589
Segways's Ninebot ES2 electric scooter for adults has a range of 15 miles per charge and a 15 mph top speed (but not both, faster speed drain battery power quicker). Max load is 220 pounds.
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Razor E300 Electric Scooter

$259 $349
Designed for teens and adults, the Razor E300 carries up to 220 pounds at up to 15 mph for up to 10 miles. The E300 is a rugged, non-folding scooter with an all-steel frame. It weight 42 pounds.
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Goplus Folding Electric Scooter

$600 $1,000
This Goplus scooter allows you to stand and also sit thanks to its removable seat. It's powered with 250-watt motors, allowing the scooter to run up to 15.5mph.
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Razor E200 Electric Scooter - White

$219 $240
The Razor E200 has a full-sized deck for riders ages 13 and up. Maximum speed 12 mph, up to 40 minutes continuous use. All-steel frame with pneumatic tires for softer ride. Load capacity = 154 pounds.
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Swagtron Swagger SK3 Metro Kick-and-Go Electric Scooter for Kids

$99 $130
If you're looking to get your kid an electric scooter, the Swagtron Swagger SK3 is a good fit. Its front wheel lights up, so it's easy to spot them from afar or when it's dark out.
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Glion Dolly Foldable Lightweight Adult Electric Scooter

$430 $499
Appropriate for adult commuters,. this Glion scooter weighs less than 29 pounds and folds easily for carrying and storing. Scoot along for up to 15 miles between battery charges.
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Swagtron - Metro Foldable Electric Scooter

$104 $130
Load rated to 135 pounds, the Swagtron Metro foldable electric scooter is suitable for kids 7 and up. Top speed 7.5 mph and a maximum 8 mile range. Aluminum alloy frame aids portability and storage.
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Segway Ninebot KickScooter

$589 $599
Despite being primarily a kick scooter, this Segway model also runs on a 700-watt motor that can speed up to 15mph. It's also equipped with an energy recovery system to maximize its speed potential.
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Gotrax XR Ultra Electric Scooter

$359 $400
The Gotrax XR Ultra is an adult commuter scooter with a 220 pound maximum load. The top speed is 15.5 mph and the maximum range is 18 miles. The XR Ultra weighs 27.5 pounds and has a folding frame.
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Razor E300S Seated Electric Scooter - Sweet Pea

$299 $330
The dual-mode Razor E300S works with or without the pedestal seat. Load rated up to 220 pounds with a 15 mph top speed and 40 minutes of continuous use with dual lead acid batteries. Weighs 51 pounds.
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Gotrax GXL V2 Commuting Electric Scooter

$248 $300
The Gotrax GXL V2 adult commuter scooter weighs 26.4 pounds and has a folding frame for easy transport, Load capacity 220 pounds, top speed 15.5 mph, and range up to 12 miles per charge.

How To Choose An Electric Scooter

Whether you’re shopping for your first e-scooter or an upgraded model, the best electric scooter deals you can find may not be the right match for your needs. Here are the major factors to consider during your search for a cheap electric scooter.

  • Best Use: The first consideration with e-scooters is who will use it, and for what primary purpose. A low-powered electric scooter with tiny wheels won’t cut it for urban commuting. If you intend to ride a scooter on the beach, but the ads only show it on smooth pavement, look again.
  • Range: Electric scooter range per battery charge depends on several factors, but battery size and type make the biggest difference. Manufacturers measure the maximum range rating with the scooter traveling at a slow to moderate speed. Most electric scooters are good for 12 to 18 miles per charge.
  • Speed: While you can find — and pay a lot for — electric scooters that can go 40 mph or higher, most e-scooters marketed for children have a top speed of 8 to 10 mph. Adult scooters typically top out at 15 to 18 mph.
  • Smart Capabilities: Smart features on scooters often include speed and remaining battery life or traveling range. Some scooters use Bluetooth or GPS paired with smartphone apps for navigation, location, and security features.
  • Security: Because even the largest electric scooters weigh less than 100 pounds, and most are much lighter, a security hook or bracket to use with a chain or lock can be helpful. Even so, thieves seek electric scooters, so it’s better never to leave them unattended.
  • Lighting: Even if you never ride a scooter at night, front and rear lights and brake lights help others see you.
  • Brakes: Lighter scooters with low top speeds don’t need amazing brakes, but more expensive models have mechanical or hydraulic disc brakes front and rear. Many scooters also have a manual brake activated by stepping on the rear fender while you ride.
  • Suspension: Electric scooters usually don’t have suspensions, per see, but tires often help soften the ride, especially air-filled tires.
  • Charge Time: Battery life for electric scooters is usually measured in range in miles or continuous minutes of use. Less costly e-scooters usually run for 30 to 40 continuous minutes, but medium-cost models will mention the range, typically 12 to 18 miles. Lead-acid batteries used in kids scooters typically take 12 to 24 hours to charge, while lithium-ion batteries usually fully recharge in 4 to 6 hours.
  • Portability: If you’re just bopping around the neighborhood, portability may not matter, but if you’re using an electric scooter for commuting, it helps if it folds so you can carry it with you to your office or apartment. Weight matters, however. Carrying a 40-pound plus e-scooter up a flight of stairs gets old quickly, so look for commuter models that weigh less than 40 pounds.
  • Rider Capacity: All electric scooters have a load capacity. Scooters intended for use by children usually carry up to 120 pounds, and most adult e-scooters have at least a 220-pound capacity. A few models can carry more than 220 pounds. Load capacity includes the rider, clothing, and anything the rider carries so that a 30-pound backpack could be a problem. Overloaded e-scooters will suffer in range, top speed, stopping ability, and, in some cases, even structural support.

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