Razor's E300 and E325 electric scooters have many similar qualities as both go the same speed and carry about the same weight. The primary difference is a cosmetic one.
The E300 battery has a charge time of 12 hours and can run for 40 continuous minutes. The E325 has a battery life of up to 45 continuous minutes. Both Razor scooters have 24 V (two 12V) batteries and come with a battery charger.
The Razor E300 comes in blue and is approved for ages 13 and up. The Razor E325 comes in black and is approved for ages 12 and up. Both have a weight limit of 220 lbs. Both can reach speeds up to 15 mph and both have 10-inch pneumatic tires.
The scooters are available through various Razor authorized retailers. As of November 2010, the E300 retails for $259.99 and the E325 retails for $219.99.
The E300 and E325 both have twist-grip handle bars. One handle bar controls acceleration and the other controls the brakes found on the rear tire.