As 2018 came to a close, the parenting experts on the web were abuzz with their top toy recommendations and their kids’ favorite holiday gifts, and of course Razor topped their lists with products like:
Razor E Prime Electric Scooter
The Mommyhood Chronicles loves that the E Prime Electric Scooter provides an electric option when kids get tired or are facing a steep uphill scoot. This mom also loves that the E Prime is perfect for kids, college students, and adults alike!
Cassandra M’s Place also recommends the E Prime Electric Scooter, calling it a “… lux electric scooter designed for older kids and adults for easy, short commutes, as well as some great outdoor fun with the family…because let’s face it…mom & dad want to have fun, too!”
South Fulton Lifestyle Magazine agrees, including the E Prime Electric Scooter in their list of Holiday Gifts You’ll Actually Want to Receive. Hitting max speeds of 15 mph, this super-durable, extra-comfy, non-rattling electric scooter is definitely a gift we’d want to receive!
Razor Electric Skateboards
Livin’ the Mommy Life included the RazorX DLX Electric Skateboard in her Holiday Gift Guide, saying it was sure to be a well-loved gift. Controlled by a handheld remote that boosts this board to speeds of up to 12 mph, what’s not to love?
The grounded mom at My Life is a Journey loves that the RazorX Cruiser Electric Skateboard is something to do that’s not a video game 😊 Her son (and tester) loves the hand-held remote, 40-minute battery, and neutral color.
The RazorX Cruiser Electric Skateboard also topped Family Vacations US’s list of Favorite Holiday Gifts, citing the board’s “… innovative, geared, rear-wheel drive motor and lithium-ion battery to deliver electrifying skate action at speeds up to 10 mph.”
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Razor Jr. Lil’ E Electric Scooter
Born to Impress knows that little ones want to go electric, too! These experts on all things awesome included the Lil’ E Electric Scooter in their 2018 Holiday Gift Guide, saying “My son loves this toddler scooter and the fact that it moves by itself. The battery lasts around one hour, so we have enough power to go around the block a couple of times and enjoy the ride, plus it gives me perfect excuse to go back home after being outside for an hour—“We need to charge your scooter!”