As more people go car-free, going green has never been so stylish with the sit-down Razor EcoSmart Metro HD Electric Scooter. Its comfortable padded seat, and wide bamboo deck for plenty of foot room, make this versatile scooter the perfect ride for neighborhood or cross-campus trips(local laws will apply).
Its 16 inch(406 mm) pneumatic tires provide a smooth, comfortable ride for quick trips to the store, farmers market, rec center, or wherever you need the ease and versatility of sitting down or carrying things with you.
Featuring a detachable basket and luggage rack, this all electric scooter with a 36V lead-acid battery system and plug-in charger, requires no gasoline, making it an economical and eco-friendly alternative to make local trips.
With its quiet, high-torque, 350-watt hub-driven motor, the Razor EcoSmart Metro HD Electric Scooter can reach speeds up to 15. 5mph(25km/h), boasts an up to 12-mile (19km) range and up to 60 minutes of continuous use.
Whether youre a college student, an eco-conscious adult, or an energetic senior getting to class, running errands or zipping around the neighborhood on the Razor EcoSmart Metro HD Electric Scooter will quickly become your favorite part of the day.
We researched about ten different e-scooters before settling on this one, and we couldn’t be happier! It’s perfect for mom, dad, teenage daughter, and 8 year old son! Pneumatic tires make it perfect for cruising off road, especially for younger riders getting used to the speed.
(It does fly on pavement! Surprisingly so!) If you’re close to the weight limit, it slows down a bit up hills, but tackles them slowly without issue. The wide, extra large standing platform is a definite perk as well.
Easy assembly too. Do remember to charge for 12 hours prior, if giving as a gift. Our 8 year old son is very tall for his age and anything built for his actual age range never works. We were a bit concerned with the age rating on this scooter for him, but by day 4 of practice, he was cruising just as well as the rest of us.
This just may have been everyone’s favorite Christmas gift! Zero complaints or frustrations. Top shelf family fun purchase!.
As someone who has owned a good 4-5 scooters before this one (some propane powered, others electric), trust me when I say: get the warranty. Electric scooters, seemingly regardless of brand, are prone to problems.
I got this scooter about 4 months ago. When it came out of the box, it only went about 4 miles max per charge before it was so weak it barely went walking speed. Now it can barely make it 2. I contacted razor and thanks to my warranty, I was able to get replacement batteries from them which I’m charging for the first time as I write this.
The scooter itself is great; its comfortable, looks nice, constantly has people asking me “where did you get it?” And “how much was it?” And I do recommend getting it. I think even with what potential problems it could have, its worth the price for how long it lasts and how far it goes.
And thats coming from me when mine was working at 1/6th its supposed capacity. If the new batteries also start failing for some reason I’ll likely change this review, but for now this is what I’ve got to say about it.
Tl;dr, great scooter but DO NOT get it without a warranty. Electric scooters are ALWAYS a “better save than sorry” purchase.
I bought this scooter two years ago. For the first year it took a good minute or two before it would go after turning it on. Now after the second year that seems to have resolved but the battery life is terrible now.
I only get a days use out of it before the battery is too low and I need to charge. That’s not even a mile of driving. I don’t use this for joy rides either. I use this at camp for doing laundry, or getting to my kids quick in an emergency.
I am pretty disappointed considering it was $500. I am already shopping for another battery. If it is too expensive I will be looking at buying something else. This spring seem worth it to me.
The Segway Ninebot KickScooter powered ride on is perfect for the last-mile commuters and leisure travelers. It delivers up to 12. 4 mph maximum speed and maximum range of 13. 5 miles. It’s lightweight & portable so you can carry the scooter in one hand, store it in your car, or bring on to public transport.
And with the included kick scooter seat, to can enjoy increased comfort as you sit and ride.
This scooter pretty much met most of my expectations. For what it costs, it hits all the areas of what makes it a decent scooter pretty well. Acceleration, handling, smoothness, break response, battery life, durability, battery life, and charging time aren’t all uniformly exceptional, but they’re satisfactory.
Assembly is very easy, and everything felt pretty well made and solid coming right out of the box. You almost don’t need the manual, since every part of folding, unfolding, screwing the handlebars in place, ect is very self-explanatory.
The battery life is very sensitive to the way you choose to ride. If you put it at the most powerful setting and ride at full throttle, you will not go much further than about 10 miles based on my test runs.
If you coast, go easy with the acceleration and keep it in a power-conserving setting, then you might think the ride will feel a bit sluggish and boring, but you will have effortless and reliable transportation across the full range advertised.
It’s faster than walking and about the same speed as biking with a cheaper or comparably priced bike. without any physical exertion beyond just standing; I find this to be a winning quality when it’s very hot outside.
The tires work well and the whole frame is rugged and reliable, so far. I drove over side walks and cracked roads with gravel near Yale, and while it could do with a good suspension/shock absorbers, the big wide air-filled pneumatic tires do a respectable job at keeping the bumps from being jarring.
Had absolutely no problem with modest off-road-levels of cruising. The acceleration is satisfying with a full charge on a flat surface or down a hill, and the disc breaks are mated well with the power for safety.
It seems like when the battery is less than half full, or an incline occurs, or the motor gets too hot, the power drops off a lot, and the most powerful setting feels really more like a cross between the lowest and medium setting.
If you slow down or give the scooter a break for half a minute, the power returns on a flat surface again for a while. I don’t recommend stressing the motor out to its maximum potential for long periods of time.
The battery will drain and the acceleration will just stop being fun. However, it will continue to buzz along at a steady 10mph (below the advertised max speed) at the very least if you wish, so I can’t complain about it as a good short/medium range city commuter.
The headlights and tail lights are more than bright enough to keep you safe in terms of alerting others that you’re on a road, but the headlight doesn’t provide much more vision at night than just what’s directly within about 8 feet of you.
which is sufficient to ride around safely all things considered. All in all, you don’t pay anything in gas and you don’t exert yourself physically to use this scooter. It’s very fun for short bursts of smooth acceleration and very practical for commuting, even if the roads driven on aren’t of the best quality (thanks to the great tires it has).
I wish the power was a little better and more consistent, but I’d say it’s worth the money for what it’s intended to be.
I bought this to go about twelve miles to work after I started having seizures and had my license taken away (since you have to be 90 days seizure free to get your license back). My first impressions were this is pretty nice looking and would fit my purposes perfectly even if I have to take more time to get to work.
boy was I wrong. The best this is for is to get to bus stops as if I am facing ANY headwinds this slows down to a paltry 7-8 MPH sometimes not even that (and even crosswinds will slow me down to 10-12 mph).
I am a guy of 185 lbs I would think that the motor in this would have enough torque to push against the wind and keep going a little more than it does. The stated maximum 18 miles on a full charge is a laugh because at best all I have ever gotten was ten miles on a charge meaning no matter what I either walk two miles or take a bus which negates the purpose of buying this to just get to work without any more costs than maintenance.
I don’t dare use the built in lights out of worry that I will loose even more distance by doing so. Going uphill is also a laugh as I have to walk this up 90% of the hills here in Las Vegas (and there are not that many 15+ degree hills).
I insist as a company you should be real with what you can expect from this product. If you must be around 100 lbs to get the stated performance say so. Do not be disingenuous and say the maximum rider weight.
or if you do state expected performance. The rotor on the disc brake is poor at best as I have had to change it twice due to getting so bent it locks the rear wheel (while I accept some responsibility as I may have banged it somewhere something more durable would be nice).
The plastic on the scooter is SOFT! Trying to do any repairs ends up making scratches and pits in the plastic (little extraction holes would have been nice not to cause so much damage trying to get out the caps around the wheels).
So if you only need this to go short distances and you weigh very little, sure this probably would work out ok. If you are an adult that plans to use this in the real world, don’t go with the F30 or anything smaller for sure.
My experience with Segway’s marketing makes me think even their Ninebot Max wouldn’t perform anywhere near what is advertised. My next scooter will be another company, period.
This Hiboy S2 scooter has been a hoot to use. It goes pretty fast reaching 19mph, much better than the average 15. 5mph from other scooters of this price range. It reaches this speed very quickly too.
The scooter offers solid tires front and back. These are the tires you want if you are using the scooter as a commuter as you don’t have to worry about the tires getting flat. The ride is very good and it has the added benefit of a rear suspension.
It does get a bit bumpy if the roads are cracked and uneven. The tires grip the road very good especially for being solid tires. The scooter offers rear mechanical disk brake and a front electronic brake.
Unlike other scooters their electronic brake has a dedicated brake thumb level to control it. You can basically ride the scooter with your hands in the natural position of holding the handle bar with the thumb resting on the thumb throttle and thumb brake.
This makes this scooter so easy to ride as you don’t need to reach for a trigger be it brake or throttle. This is my favorite feature of this scooter. The range I get is around 11miles on sport mode going full throttle, around 15 miles if I use comfort mode and try to conserve energy.
Scooter has pretty good lighting for night riding. They have high mounted headlight, low mounted taillight. Also included in under deck mounted light to help your scooter to be more easily seen at night.
I would still recommend a high power front light and a helmet mounted taillight. Things that can be improved upon Give the option to have a front pneumatic tire as this will help immensely with ride quality with uneven roads Things it has over other scooters in this price range Very strong motor 350w Deck lights for night safety Dedicated brake lever for the Electronic Brake Solid tires front and back to alleviate flats anxiety (although it might be a con if you ride on rough uneven roads) Has a dedicated hook on handlebar stem that can be used to hang bags or other accessories.
Sit back and enjoy the ride on the Razor UB1 seated electric scooter. The Razor UB1 electric scooter blends sophisticated design, compact portability, and comfort. Featuring a padded seat and 8 inch (200 mm), pneumatic front tire to soften every surface, whether you’re commuting to work, running errands, or cruising around town(local laws will apply).
Simply press the throttle to activate the high-torque, brushless hub motor, and ride in style at speeds up to 13. 5mph (22km/h) for up to 40 minutes on a single charge. Folding handlebars and foot pegs and a retractable kickstand make the ub1 easy to transport for last-mile commuting ease.
Seated scooter riding is a great option for longer commutes. Ride in style and comfort on the Razor ub1 seated electric scooter: For the last mile.
I’m late 40’s and bought this when I injured both of my feet (I hated using crutches). When we go away, the seat comes out and handlebars fold down easily so it takes up minimal room in the trunk/boot of the car.
Quality is very solid, frame is heavy duty and the handlebar folding mechanism is built to go the distance. There’s also a sneaky little hole next to the seat pegs and a slot in the back of the seat that I loop my bike lock through so that I can lock it when I nip into shops (or the pub =] ).
Now that my feet are better I use it to shoot down to grab takeout instead of waiting for uber eats. Every guy I fly past at 20km/hr wants one! Things that could be improved without spoiling its function: larger diameter wheels & pneumatic rear tyre, both of which will help when going over pavement cracks/bumps.
I regularly walk my dog with this down the waterfront and I get stopped multiple times by people (of the grey retired vintage) asking questions about it as a mobility solution. Razor could easily market these as mobility solutions to injured peeps like me and even your grandpa who’s pegs maybe a little wonky but who’s still a biker by heart.
I would definitely buy this again and am now eyeing off other Razor products like the Vector. Refreshing to see a company make great stuff! This review is unbiased by financial interests (I’m not affiliated or financially associated in anyway to Razor).
Ten months ago I purchased the Razor UB1 for my granddaughter to go to/from her job at a burger joint since she doesn’t own a car. I liked that it was fold-able and could be stored at her workplace. Also, the rear tire was solid and the desert where she lives is full of ground thorns.
She used the scooter for about 7 months before it stopped charging so she brought it in to a dealer for diagnostics. The verdict was a bad battery. Razor acknowledged that the battery had failed prematurely and, to their credit, sent the service shop a replacement at no charge.
The shop then discovered a faulty switch that had to be replaced. Again, Razor sent a replacement switch at no charge. My 140-lb granddaughter used the scooter for another couple of weeks before it failed again leaving her stranded mid-trip.
The shop called Razor who informed us that the scooter was never intended to be used by an adult going uphill and implied that the unit would keep failing if my granddaughter would keep using it to commute.
I purchased the UB1 based upon what I read on the Razor webpage, i. e. , “Ages 14 and up” and “Max. Weight 220 lbs. ” There is no mention of uphill or downhill prohibitions. This scooter is little more than an expensive toy.
I believed the advertising of, “electric…reliability so you can sit back and enjoy the ride” and “last-mile commuting ease. ” Clearly my purchase, based on these promises, was a mistake. We are retired and do not have money to blow like this.
I do not think that Razor should market the UB1 as anything but a toy for rich peoples’ kids.
This powerful hub motor, powered by a 60 volt 18ah Lithium Battery can reach speeds of 32 mph and travel up to 20 miles per charge. Equipped with a Front LED light, Front & Rear Hydraulic Brake and Hugh Tires, this scooter is ready to tackle any terrain.
Specs: Motor: 2000W Rear Hub Motor Battery: 60v 18ah Lithium Ion Battery Handlebars: Tilt Adjustable Throttle: Variable Twist Key: Yes Top Speed: 32 mph Max Rider Weight: 450 lbs Recommended Age: 16+ Years Old Frame: High-tensile steel Range Per Charge: 20+ miles in optimum conditions Charge Time: 4-8 hrs Front/Rear Tire Size: 225/55-8 Shocks: Not needed, Handled by the massive air filled tires LED Headlight: Yes Brake: Hydraulic Front and Rear Wheelbase: 51 inches Seat Height: 28 inches.
Scooter Size: 71 x 32 x 45 inches Scooter Weight: 123 lbs.
This scooter is awesome. I live near the beach and I’ve been riding a bike but pedaling in south Florida heat gets tiring quick. I’ve only had this scooter for a couple days but I’ve already put quite a few miles on it.
Its very responsive and the hydraulic brakes work flawlessly. It does take some getting used to to turn it with these fat tires but it’s not a hard at all. Shipping took about a week and a half and they called me the day before and an hour before the delivery so that worked out great.
I love this electric scooter! I’m lucky to live close to my work place, about 2 blocks away to be exact, and this scooter is my work commuter (as long as the weather is tolerable). The 20-mile range on a charge means that I charge it up less than once per week.
Since it’s electric it’s very quiet, so I don’t disturb anyone if I’m riding early in the morning. This is not a vehicle for getting around town, but for a fun ride around the neighborhood, etc. You won’t be disappointed!.
This scooter was a great addition to my moto-sport collection. I live out in the country where my buddies and I ride dirt bikes, ATVs, and go carts. This scooter has power, huge wheels which helps with the bumpy terrain and the light on the front it perfect for our night rides.
This lightweight and foldable electric scooter is right for everyone who needs a compact and portable scooter for inner city rides. With only 28 pounds, its 36V 300W motor will reach a top speed of 18 mph.
The 7. 5Ah battery delivers a range of up to 10 miles. The NEW Cityrider comes with more power and larger battery. With only 28 lbs, this lightweight and foldable electric scooter is right for everyone who needs a compact and portable scooter for inner city rides.
The 36V 350W motor can tackle small hills and will reach the top speed of 18 mph quickly. The 10Ah battery delivers a realistic range of around 10 miles. Bright front and rear LED lights, lateral reflectors and the integrated turn signals make this scooter a safe choice for riding in traffic and during the night.
The rear drum brake and rear step on brake ensure great stopping power. The sleek looking display shows speed and allows for the selection of two riding modes (comfort & sport). The Android and iOS Apps let you customize the display unit (miles or km), personalize driving modes (different top speeds), and provides an overview of riding and technical statistics.
Cruise control can be enabled in the app and cruise control speed can be set to your preference. Solid honeycomb tires make for a smooth ride and promise you’ll never have a flat. The wooden deck in combination with the nicely designed frame in all matte black make this scooter a stylish choice.
Reinvent your style of transportation – the CITYRIDER is the perfect choice for inner city commutes. It is powerful enough to be fun and still portable to take on a train or store away under your office desk.
I love my scooter! What you see in the description and image is what you get! I live in a city environment so I use the scooter to go to and from work once in a blue moon and to visit folks or out in the city (usually no more than 20 minutes one way) and usually on sport mode 2 at 18 mph.
The battery usually lasts for 2 rides before it gets down to 3 bars and then those bars can last for about another two rides or until I get too nervous to ride on just one battery bar indicator…ha. Best features: It does go 18 mph on sport mode 2 and on mode 1 max at 10 mph.
I use the 2nd mode when I am riding with others on their own scooter and it doesn’t go as fast. I love that the scooter has lights, turn signals, a bell, and folds down so nicely! Overall, I love the scooter and am SOOOO grateful for the purchase as I can get around more easily when I want to.
I don’t have to use rideshare programs or rental scooters as much so it also is saving me money / I am getting my money’s worth quickly! Some things I wish and have curiosities about Board size, bell, turn signal buttons, and instructions.
Board: I wish the board size was a little larger and not a skateboard material. When going over bumps, it feels like a skateboard and I can feel the impact through my shoes. This might also be a combination of the wheels and the thinner board (especially in comparison to other rental scooters).
Bell: I LOVE that the bell was included yet wish it was a spin bell-like the rental scooters. Turn Signal Buttons: I love that this is a feature yet would like it if it was a switch instead of a button as it is hard to click the button while riding the scooter.
You have to slow down, then look down to then push the button, and then pick up speed again. Maybe this is just my caution to not lose balance to fall off the scooter while finding the turn signal button.
Instructions: Grateful for simple instructions yet it did not inform me where to put the bell yet maybe this was a gift and not part of the original packaging. I would say the bell should always be included.
Other suggestions: It might be cool to look into when the front clamp to allow the scooter to fold is not attached to the scooter, the scooter pole only would be able to move straight down to connect to the back of the wheel to be locked into it’s folded position.
Maybe create a bag for this product to make it easier to carry as the 26 lbs. is a little much for one-handed carrying for a longer period of time (i. e. More than 2-5 minutes). Overall, I love it and am grateful for this purchase.
I just wanted to give a quick review this time praising the utter toughness of this little beast. I have owned this scooter for over 2 years now putting I’d guess (from my work commutes alone) thousands of miles on this machine.
I’ve ridden through rain and snow and everything in between with honestly very little maintenance. Actually NONE. The lone problem I had and it was strictly due to my own haphazard driving was a control board error that literally stopped me in my tracks one night.
I was driving in horrible rain and through deep puddles submerging even the deck and my work boots. I made it just fine all the to work and then half way home before she “died” and I had to call an Uber.
I thought my baby had finally passed on, lol. I stuck her in the corner of my kitchen and rode one of my other scooters (110 lbs not meant for commuting) for about a week or two. One day I heard my little city rider literally calling to me 😃 as it sat in the corner and chirped over and over?? I turned it on and the error code was gone.
I left it for another week I’d guess as it continued to randomly “chirp” because I wanted to make certain it had dried out or whatever. When I finally made my way back to her she worked flawlessly as if nothing ever happened.
Needless to say I avoid all wet conditions now but I’m proud to report my City Rider still motors on. It has good brakes, good speed and the range is enough for 7-8 miles at top speed. Highly recommend to anyone on the fence about purchasing.
Edit: I just realized that the new city riders come with a much larger battery than my version has. The 10ah battery version should take you ATLEAST 10-12 miles at top speed.
On asphalt, the ride is smooth. No issues. For semi-steep climbs, it can struggle pretty hard if you don’t build up momentum first. For steeper climbs, it will get you most of the way (assuming built up momentum), but you’ll need to finish it on foot.
This isn’t too terrible an issue where I live, but keep this in mind. The ride on asphalt is where the wheels begin to show their flaw. While there is suspension in the scooter, the wheels themselves do not–they are solid rubber with no air inside.
This means sidewalks with many indents and/or cracks are going to slap your lower back a little. It’s not a skull massage by any means, and won’t exhaust you; but it is jarring enough. All in all, you get what you pay for, and I mean that positively.
If where you live has bike lanes or traffic is used to pedestrian crossings, then this scooter is perfectly fine for commuting or general riding. If your only hope is a busy road where drivers won’t care about you at all or the sidewalk, however, I would suggest holding off a little longer and save some more money for some of the pricier scooters with both scooter suspension and pneumatic tires.
I live in the mountains, for what that’s worth. Also, be sure to use the break more often than you might think when on a decline. It’s very awkward at first, but eventually you learn when to both time it as well as keep the right pressure to make it smooth and avoid going too fast and losing control.
Gyroor X8 Electric Scooters For Adults, Foldable, Max speed 18. 6MPH, Up to 31 miles, Fast charging,500W motor, Climping Max 25Slop, 10-inch adult electric scooter with Dual Shock Absorbers, APP Control and Safety Lock, A Healthy, Non-Pollution, New Fashion E-Scooter to Travel.
I like this electric scooter very much. It rides smoothly, with multiple safety protections. The NFC card unlocks the electric scooter. At the beginning, I encountered a little problem. The app could not connect the electric scooter.
I contacted Gyroor’s customer service. Solved quickly, very satisfied shopping experience.
I bought a total of two electric scooters. Sometimes I can ride the electric scooter with my husband to camp in the suburbs. It is very comfortable. This electric scooter is stronger than other scooters and the quality is very good.
My husband and I both I love this electric scooter. I will recommend to my friends.
The wheels on this scooter are substantial and larger than the wheels on any other scooter, which is what I appreciate best about it. This increases the e-riding scooter’s stability, and the rear wheel additionally attaches two internal shock springs.
Cruise further with the Jetson Ryder Electric Scooter. The Jetson Ryder comes with a comfortable, height-adjustable seat that makes longer rides easier as well as helps reduce strain on your upper body.
The inclusion of a rear basket makes storing and transporting your items easy. Press down on the Jetson Ryder’s twist throttle acceleration and its 250-Watt motor can hit a top speed of 15. 5 mph while it also has a battery range of 12 miles.
The Jetson Ryder handlebar is foldable for added convenience while its aluminum frame is both durable and lightweight. The Jetson Ryder’s impressive 12” wheels bring added stability as you ride. The Jetson Ryder Electric Scooter comes with an LED headlight and handbrake to ensure a safe ride.
This is a ride that is both super comfortable and super convenient that is great for young and older riders alike. The Jetson Ryder Electric Scooter is recommended for ages 12 and up.
Unboxing – The unboxing experience was super easy. The contents of the box were all packaged neatly and were all easy to remove. Sometimes when you receive a box that size, it’s difficult to reach everything but not in this case.
The scooter did not include a physical building guide but did provide a QR code to access the building instructions online. Assembly – Assembling the scooter was incredibly easy and went by quickly. As someone who has zero skills when it comes to putting things together, this scooter was a breeze.
In total, it took me about 15 minutes to put together. Adjusting the seat and handle bars through with the clamps is great and takes minimum effort. Adding the basket took me the longest time but that was more on me since I kept dropping the screws.
Product – On to the best part! The scooter itself is so much fun to ride around on. I took it out for a test drive after putting it together (the battery came fully charged so bonus points there!) and it was smooth and fast.
It was evening when I first went out so the addition of the headlight was much appreciated (hold down the button for it to power on and off). The seat on the scooter is comfy and once I found the right height for it, I had no issues adjusting to it.
The only minor issue I had was riding up my steep driveway. It took a bit to get to the top of it and I didn’t have any issues with other inclines in my neighborhood so I assume it was more on the driveway than the scooter.
Just thought I’d mention it. After some time with it, I can safely say that it was a great pick up. If you’re in the market for a well built, fast, fun scooter, I cannot recommend this one enough.
I love this scooter the best. I have another stand-up scooter but this one has quickly become my favorite for getting around. The basket is very convenient, too. The seat is super comfortable and the speed is just right for my needs.
The tires on these are regular tubes and tires that need to be inflated (just like a bicycle). This is different from my other scooter which has a hard rubber tire. But since I’m sitting down, the tire and tube set is far more comfortable than the hard rubber.
The headlight looks really nice, too. It’s pretty bright! Putting it together was simple. The handlebar folds down so all I needed to do was unfold the handlebar and lock it into place (very easy). Then put the seat in, adjust the height of the seat, and lock it into place.
The last step was to inflate the tires. That was it! I think it took me all of 15 min, max.
Sitting down has never been this much fun! Built with fun in mind, the Razor E300S Electric Scooter features a detachable seat for easy cruising. Equipped with a larger deck, frame and tires for older teen and adult riders, the E300S electric scooter is Razor’s speediest electric scooter – traveling up to 15 miles per hour.
The extra wide, 10-inch tires will keep your trip smooth as you zip around. The environmentally-friendly electric power engages a super quiet chain-driven motor that neighbors likely appreciate. This scooter is built to accommodate riders ages 13 and older who weigh under 220 pounds.
Don’t get up, zip around in your seat on the Razor E300S Scooter.
My 7 yr old son won this scooter by finding a ” golden egg” at an Easter Egg Hunt this weekend for my company. We charged it for the recommended 12 hours and he used it for about 30 minutes and it quit working.
We thought it died so we plugged it in for a few hours until the light was green to indicate a full charge. He took it outside to try riding it again and it still won’t work. We followed all the troubleshooting steps in the manual and still nothing.
My sons excitement has now turned to heartbreak. 10/10 would NOT recommend!.
The smile on my sons face when he rides this warms my heart. It was hard for me to pick a scooter for him. However, this purchase exceeded my standards. Of course, I have to tell you my only negative thoughts.
But this should not steer you away from buying it if this is something that would not bother you. It’s really big and bulky. I know, it’s silly. But with a tiny house, it’s super annoying.
The batteries are lead acid, so if you got two years out of them, congrats! Not nearly as expensive as NiMh or LiPo, so replacement every once in a while isn’t egregious. If you decide to replace with nimh/lipo (not really recommended) then you will need a different charger and pay particular attention to fit, amp hours, max current, max charging current, etc.
Personally, I would just replace with new OEM and keep on riding :).
Unagi designed the very best electric scooter you can own. The Model One E500 Dual Motor’s sleek lightweight design literally puts it well above any other scooter. Unagi has been able to shave off pounds with an all-new innovative design that utilizes space age materials and advanced engineering techniques.
The result is a zero-emission scooter that is as easy to carry as it is to ride. You’re free to roam with long single charge distances hill-tackling torque and rough road ride-ability. With thousands of hours and iterations to get this just right the Model One E500 scooter offers structural integrity all within a minimalist’s dream aesthetic.
I’ve had the product a few weeks now and have put just over 50 miles on it both recreationally and working my door-to-door sales job. I love it, but there are a few critiques that have kept me from giving the product 5-stars.
1. The ride is not smooth unless you are on a smooth surface. This means at top speed you have to be very conscious of where your wheels are on the pavement and what is in front of them. Thankfully, the tires are airless and not at any risk of going flat in the middle of a ride, but that also means they will have to be replaced at some point.
2. While I am confident the scooter is sturdy, after 50 miles of wear I can definitely tell that parts of the scooter are starting to loosen. For example, the handle bar has become quite rickety. When traveling at the higher speeds, if I come onto ground that is not particularly smooth the handle bar will begin to shake, almost comparable to the Death Wobble you encounter in Jeeps.
3. The power drains faster than anticipated and as far as I can tell, there is no way to silence the beeping that informs you that the battery is running low. You can obviously expect the power to run low if you are on hills often and running in Dual Motor mode, however there are times where I have been at 3-4 bars of power and gone down to almost nothing because the steepness of a hill.
I can turn the scooter off and on and see a good chunk of that power restored on the reader, but I feel like that is an extra step that I shouldn’t have to take for a product advertised (and purchased) for it’s hill-side capability.
4. This one is a little more personal to my needs, however I did not realize how important cruise control would be to me. Having to hold down the thumb-accelerator for long periods of time is surprisingly uncomfortable, especially not compared to some of the other forms of acceleration available on scooters (twist handle or pull handle).
The thumb mechanism isn’t terrible, in fact I wouldn’t even need cruise control to be a digital option. If there was some sort of physical lock that could snap into and out of place easily to hold the accelerator in place would be appreciated.
5. My last critique is the lack of accessories available for the product. This truly is the Tesla of scooters in that I am unable to find a scooter bag that can securely attach to the scooter itself.
There are definitely work arounds with available products you can find on Amazon for example, but I don’t like the idea of having to modify the scooter or do anything fancy with the accessory in order to make it work.
Additionally, there is no other company that can match the aesthetic that Unagi has coined with their scooter. I absolutely love this clean, almost futuristic iPhone-looking feel the scooter has and I don’t want to make it look ugly with some off-brand bag or satchel that barely clings to the scooter because the bag wasn’t built for it.
While I think the shirt and helmet and bag all look sleek, I want accessories for the scooter. Overall this is a fantastic product, I would recommend it to almost anyone, however I do think there is a lot of room to improve.
Wow. what a deal!! Okay so I’m going to do my best to explain my thinking on why I purchased this item. This is my review and I will do a unboxing video when it arrives in a few days. Whenever you’re buying a new product that you’ve never used or even heard of before there’s a lot of contemplation that goes into understanding the difference between a want and a need.
When I gave my car to my parents a few years ago I didn’t know what might happen. I’ve driven since I was 16 and I just recently decided to try living life without a car. I decided that since so many people on this planet seem to be able to do it I would graciously accepted the challenge too.
Lol In the years since I’ve ridden my bike everywhere that I needed to go and it’s gotten me around fine. but things change. As I get older I do not like the idea of carrying groceries on a bike because it seems burdensome.
It just feels too clumsy, too heavy, and not to mention the maintenance alone on something you ride everyday is something to think about. I noticed that for somebody in my position there were many options to explore like electric bikes, electric cars and a variety of other compact vehicles that you can attach bags to but they all seem just too burdensome to carry around and ultimately are more trouble than they’re worth.
But there’s more to transportation than just your ability to carry items and the type of maintenance you’ll have to do to it. To make this simple without going into unnecessary details I’ll just say this.
I found the perfect commuting scooter!!!! I have spent the last three months really digging into the electric scooter market to find everything that’s available and to learn all the pros and cons of owning an electric scooter in comparison to other electric vehicles.
I discovered that most electric scooters and indeed any kind of electric mobility device can be divided into two categories. Everyday commuting use and recreational use. I say this for many reasons but mainly the difference that matters is how it feels when you’re riding it every day in comparison to occasional off-roading excursions.
I didn’t really have a budget but I couldn’t afford some of the most expensive scooters on the market which can range up to $10,000. If you Google electric scooter you no doubt might feel overwhelmed by so many options at first but after digging into the details you’ll notice as I did that there’s a lot of s*** products out there made in China.
It seems to be common knowledge that buying poor quality merchandise from china that will never reach you because of what’s going on with covid might not be the brightest idea. I found that I was changing my mind based on how I imagined it would be like to ride this thing everyday.
After coming to some hard conclusions I was about ready to buy something that went a little faster and weighed a little more but ultimately decided that portability was more important than going 30 miles an hour and having a 40 mi range.
lol. So I traded up. Ultimately I decided upon this package deal that gives you a scooter that is made of carbon fiber, airless tires, safety lights, a horn, and most importantly a quick charger that can get the job done in a few hours.
The most amazing part of this Black Friday deal I found is a bit ironic. Unagi is a fast-growing company because of the quality of products they make and they have a service outlet in Springfield Oregon where I plan to move in the next few months!!! Realistically speaking, and as a commuter you want something that is extremely light weight and portable so you can take it in stores, on buses, up stairs, and most importantly charge it in a few hours after using it for quick trips around town which usually don’t require a far range.
all this so you can go from point a to point b with ease. There are electric bikes, skateboards, hoverboards, one Wheels, electric motorcycles, electric cars, etc. Each one with its drawbacks and advantages.
The Unagi one can be attached with a shoulder strap and weighing only 25 lb can easily be taken in stores and even carried for long distances. Something I found that no other ultra compact scooter can accomplish without sacrificing power and quality.
Unlike any other ultra compact scooter for commuting you have dual motors!!! Very important!! Dual motors gives you the power(torque) you need to get up hills and avoid obstacles. Regardless of what you’ll be using it for though I found the problem with most scooters is the quality of materials from china.
Every commuting scooter I’ve researched is made of flimsy materials that can’t carry heavy riders and or require tons of maintenance on the moving parts. This scooter however, the Unagi one, the Tesla of scooters, is nothing like that.
I’ve found it has the best reviews simply because it has the lowest maintenance for any scooter period, highest quality materials(china), by far the lightest, and if it does break the replacement parts are reasonably priced and easy to install.
The tires are the only downside of the scooters build simple because they will erode over time unlike air filled tires but fortunately they’re easy enough to replace and being that they’re airless as I mentioned you don’t have to worry about getting a flat on the way to work.
I hope those who read this review appreciate the many various modes of transportation out there for what they are and how they can improve our lives. It’s never easy deciding what is going to be best for you and your purposes but if you want an ultra-compact electric scooter for commuting that is the most portable, the most reliable, uses the highest quality materials, with a little bit of a price tag and provides the absolute best quality customer service available than look no further than that the Unagi one! Have a good day all!! #MMOMM.
The Segway Ninebot KickScooter MAX G30LP strives to reach new heights of performance. When you ride on the road, the stronger brushless direct current motor delivers a fast and sturdy riding experience.
This MAX G30LP also comes with the KickScooter seat. It offers high quality, comfort, and safety that is in line with the MAX KickScooter. After 100,000 vibration tests and 220 lbs. payload tests, it is undeniably stable and reliable, making it your best choice for long-distance riding.
Pros: – Decent speed for getting around, close enough to compete with cars on small roads and downhill for when pedestrians are too present. Max 25KmH on flats and can get up to 38 going downhill. – Versatile, folds up nicely, though a little bit heavier than other models it still can be moved around relatively easily.
– No need for large charger, simply the clover cord which is much more convenient. – IPX5 water resistant so it can handle a little bit of rain which was a selling point for me personally as I want to get places even through the rain.
– Holds charge well. Using it Monday to Friday in regular 15-minute trips around 2-3 times a day I could still push for a few more however I charge mine weekly and it ends up with around 25-30% on Friday evening.
– Well priced during sales so grab them when you get the chance after considering the following cons. Cons: – Front brakes so always be cautious with your weight distribution as Auckland is quite hilly as we all know.
– Still limited to 25KmH so you know, its fast but not incredibly fast comparatively (imagine having speed as a pro and a con. ) – No suspension in this model so you are feeling every little bump on the way.
– Air tires are good at eliminating a small number of bumps, but a pain to change should they deflate. No spare is provided. Notes: – Locking it up for trips. I use mine primary when I can bring it with me for the entire time or when I can store it in an exclusive area i.
e break room at work. Scooter thieves are getting bolder and bolder so get a good U-Lock and 1 to 2 more solid cord locks to add a bit more intimidation and protection to it. Remember locking it up in an area too secluded gives a thief a long time to themselves when working on the lock and locking it up somewhere too public advertises the scooter for theft especially if it is there on a regular basis.
8. 5/10 Just because you can get real familiar with getting around at max speeds and it is a happy middle ground for performance and price.
With the wind in your face and the comfort of a removable padded seat, the Razor E300s electric scooter in matt grey will have you zooming along. Top of the line and top of the speed chart, the E300’s super-sized deck and frame are built for older riders and thrilling rides.
Leave other rides in the dust with 250 watts of high-torque, electric punch, then turn the landscape into a blur at speeds up to 15 mph. With up to 40 minutes of continuous use, this extra-large electric scooter with a super-sized 66.
6 x 20. 4 cm deck features a twist grip throttle on 42 cm wide x 64. 7 cm high handlebars that also has a hand operated rear brake and rubber hand grips. It has oversized 8″ pneumatic tyres and a retractable kickstand.
It comes with 2 x 12-volt rechargeable batteries, and charger.
Reduce your carbon footprint with the Razor Eco Smart Metro Electric Scooter! Razor is now offering this sleek environmentally conscious scooter. The Eco Smart Metro Scooter is battery powered and produces no carbon emissions.
The stylish design features a deck made from bamboo, one of the world’s most renewable resources. Enjoy riding this eco friendly solution to urban transportation. The virtually silent motor reduces noise pollution too! Join the green revolution with the new Eco Smart Metro scooter from Razor.
The WORST expensive purchase I’ve made in some time. First, the construction is HUGE pain: it takes about 45 minutes to an hour. Second, it weighs OVER 60 POUNDS, impractical to take up and down stairs, when you inevitably need to lock it up somewhere and then take it outside.
Third, the battery/motor was myopically and probably cheaply designed. It allegedly takes over TWELVE HOURS to fully charge, but by the SECOND DAY OF USE, it had stopped working. So, although I charged it for over TWO DAYS before using it again, the battery was already “low” THIRTY SECONDS into the trip.
Even charging it for TWO HOURS after that initial NINE MINUTE ride did nothing to ameliorate the situation, and I was stuck pushing this behemoth all the way home (since it is completely useless without the motor).
I cannot conceive of ANY reason to buy this, and I’m already returning it after less than TEN DAYS of ownership. It’s a real piece of garbage, which might be understandable if it was $100, but at FOUR TIMES that amount, the uselessness of this weighty pile of rubbish stings even more.
The Razor E300S electric scooter features a detachable seat for easy cruising. With larger deck, frame and tires for older teen and adult riders, the E300S electric scooter is Razors speediest electric scooter – traveling up to 15 miles per hour.
The environmentally-friendly electric power engages a super quiet chain driven motor – applauded by neighbors everywhere. Razor offers a range of electric scooters for ages eight to adult (E100, E200, E200S, E300 and E300S) – just match your age and weight to find your power ride.
The scooter came in a very large box, and the complaints I have about its packaging are: The box was actually broken where the handlebar of the scooter was, so the scooter handle bar did receive like *minimal* damage to it in transport.
The scooter wasn’t actually pre packaged in anything that would prevent it from getting banged up (no bubble wrap) just some brown paper that didn’t do anything to protect it, even from itself (loose pieces) inside the box.
The scooter actually came with dirt on it from previous use. It also has some wear and tear that was not shown in pictures. My son ordered this and believed it was a brand new scooter, not previously used so that was a bit of a shock for him.
As far as functional use of the scooter, it’s a great scooter. He rides it every day and takes it everywhere it’s hour long charged will let him. The battery does die fairly quickly for an electric scooter and we are already looking up ways to enhance its performance for a battery life standpoint.
He loves it. Has zero regrets for the price he paid for it and the rating is given a 4 star due to its packaging and cleanliness of the scooter.
Experience sporty fun and freedom with the powerful Hitway Electric Scooter with seat. Featuring the latest scooter tech, this green electric vehicle will transport you from A to B in style and comfort.
Available in the last 6 days, please hurry up if you need it, the price of new batches in September will increase by 30%.
I bought this scooter as an upgrade to an underpowered 250w scooter. The 250w is fine for my small kids but just wasnt cutting it for me. They would race off while I slowly plodded along draining the battery at 3x the rate and half the speed the kids were.
This is probably the best value above the 250w/350w entry level scooters. For the price, the specs are fantastic. The Titan is very fast, has the power to get you up hills and the battery lasts more than enough for my use 20 les per charge with battery left over.
Some first impression thoughts:This thing is pretty fast compared to what Im used to. Low 9mph and medium 15mph pretty much cover all of my use. I only used high to test it out and it was fast at over 20mph.
I feel a little sketchy using the highest level but its most likely me. I personally wouldnt need/want anything faster than this. The motor is pretty strong and has a good amount of torque. It gets immediate power when you hit the throttle hard and can feel a little overpowered at take off.
If you really ease into the throttle it is fine. Its no more jumpy that similar powered scooters. The ride is smooth, the suspension and air filled tires absorb the bumps and potholes well. The brakes are great and if I had to muster up a complaint about the scooter, Id have to say if you slam on the brakes it can stop too fast, if there is such a thing.
Great, easy to read and adjust display. The Titan is big, relatively heavy and built like a tank. but in a good way. Just know that you arent going to be one of those people in scooter ads that ride the scooter to the subway then from the subway to work and then carry it around a crowd of people and then up stairs to your office.
Shipping was very fast to Southern California, it only took 2 days from when I ordered.
This is my secondscooter. My first was thePro which I most say has the best battery ever. I live in Boston,MA and everyone Ive encountered riding another scooter has told me the same thing, that their battery doesnt last.
MyPro Ive bought it back in October 2020 and still going strong 💪. Now I just purchased theTITAN and boy what a scooter that is. It has 3 speeds and it goes 25. 9 les an hour. The first say I ran it it did shut off twice, Im thinking it had a loose cable, I reconnected everything again and it hasnt happen again.
I tell you guys if youre looking for a durable, strong yet stylish scooter the lights are awesome! consider theTITAN I give it a⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Today my charger broke and I know I still have guarantee,but what I love is how this guys treat me.
Its like Im family, man what a company. I send them an email which Ill quote here That is my correct address. I am in debt with your company. I really hope that other companies treat their buyers with so much care.
As a matter of fact Im gonna post that on my account. Thank youTeam, youre simply the best!🛴🏆🏆🏆🏆🏅🏅🏅🏅Emilio Guerra.
Let me start by saying i purchased this item on Electric Future at full price like anyone else does, so this is an unbiased review. I live near Philadelphia and we see alot of scooters and no one looks twice at any of them, except this one! My friend has your basic scooter that does about 12 mph and i showed up with the scooter one day and he couldnt keep up with me so now he hates me and HIS scooter! What did he do?, bought the scooter as well! Description says 25mph and i can tell you i have gone faster than that on it.
I can ride with my boysfor 2 hrs and it still has 3/4 battery life left. I have never seen it go below 1/4 power left. Even on trails, up hill,this thing suprises me how much power it has. I weigh 180 lbs and it carries me around with ease.
I am sooo glad i spent a little more to get the scooter with front and rear suspension and brakes. It stops on a dime. Love the scrolling lights on the side. love the display. 3 speed settings. Adjustable throttle.
The ledheadlight is super bright. I ride at night all the time. I am the envy of everyone else who owns a scooter. Some reviews say they have tire issues. Ive had mine for over a month, ride it everyday, and have had no issues with flat tires.
I havent needed to add any air yet either. The one issue i did have was it would suddenly power off for no reason. I contacted their customer service and they diagnosed the problem in one message and sent me a replacement part that took all of 2 minutes to swap out and i have had no issues since.
They even let me know when it was shipped and followed up to see if i recived it and if it i had any more issues. I buy alot from Electric Future and i can honestly say it was the best customer service experience i have ever had! They went above and beyond what i expected and stood by their product.
Nydia Lee over there is awesome! If every company handled their customers this way, there would be no more complaints about customer service. If you are looking for.
The connector between the battery and the dash display was faulty. And by “faulty” I mean one of the pins got bent. It took me a while but I was was able to delicately push the pin back into place and re-couple the connection.
I’d make a recommendation for future revisions of the scooter that this connection be easier to make. It was frustrating trying to connect the male part to the female part when they were almost exactly the same diameter.
I suppose this was done to get a good water/weatherproof seal but it almost rendered the scooter unusable with the pin I bent. The app is not very good at discovering the scooter via Bluetooth. Often it scans and returns three results (all the same scooter) or, as in one instance, would not unlock from the app until I turned on mobile data for the Flyer app on my iPhone.
That didn’t make sense to me since Bluetooth was on. Now I’m wary of locking it from the app at all because I’d hate to be stranded somewhere with a locked scooter. Also, the handlebars seem slightly “wobbly”.
This could be just a screw I need to adjust somewhere but I’d prefer a solid connection between the scooter platform and the steering. Hasn’t caused an issue. It’s just noticeable. Other that these issues, some of which I think can be corrected with a new version of the firmware, it is a fun ride if you live in a relatively flat area.
Hills are a challenge if you are near the weight limit of the scooter but that’s my fault for putting on holiday weight. ;).
Fun ride! The build of the scooter itself is solid. It’s got a sleek body and a built-in kickstand, which is cool. It was zippy on flat ground with good, smooth acceleration but on steeper inclines, it was a little sluggish and a tad jerky.
Felt a little strange holding throttle down the whole time, when you release, the scooter intuitively slows down. Though I don’t think I’d be taking the scooter on long rides, it got me where I wanted to go very quickly! I was even beating some of the bikers on the bike path! Braking was via a brake lever on the handlebar or via rear wheel pedal, which felt more natural.
Overall, solid ride, I enjoyed it. I tested this product at a Flyer ride event.
I rode this scooter at a ride event. Awesome scooter. Love the LED design of the odometer panel which is bright. I also like the overall design and the color scheme. This scooter has a premium feel when compared to some other scooters.
Also definitely a head turner when you are scooting down the streets!.
The Uberscoot 1000W Electric Scooter by Evo Powerboards comes from a superior range of scooters. Through state-of-the-art design and manufacturing techniques, the new generation of Powerboards have taken a technological leap and are loaded with innovative features that make other brands of scooters seem obsolete.
This Evo Powerboards scooter can travel at a top speed of 24-36 miles per hour and has a battery that lasts up to 10 miles per charge. Use this stylish vehicle to ride around at the park or neighborhood.
This 1000W razor electric scooter makes it easy to get from point A to point B in style. It is suitable for all ages and can hold weight up to 265 pounds. Get an Uberscoot 1000W Electric Scooter by Evo Powerboards for yourself or as a gift for a friend and enjoy the ride.
Its fun and gets to about 22mph and I’m about 150lbs. However the battery technology is a total fail. The lead acid batteries are super heavy, charge slowly and fail quickly. If just one of the 3 cells fail, the whole scooter fails.
After keeping this under my house for a few years I ordered a custom lithium ion battery as a replacement to the lead acid variety. It took some rewiring because I no longer use the charge port (or the AC charger that came with it).
However, the end result is pretty great. Since the scooter is lighter, it actually goes faster. It cost about 275 for the battery but the scooter goes about 27mph.
The machine is awesome! Very sturdy and virtually indestructible. Excellent value. Has the speed and offroad capability that will be difficult to beat. The bummer note are: no speedometer, very heavy but due to the solid build.
The last thing is the range is quite low at 12 miles. Since I have only one speed level, fast as heck, it has to be charged when not riding it. But this machine will give me YEARS of service. 2 thumbs up, dan from scooter snap.
The moment I opened the box. Love at first sight!! IMPORTANT INFO FOR NEW RIDERS!!! ok so I waited so long for this thing to finally get here that once I got it, I didn’t bother reading the manual so I basically attached everything on the outside like handlebar, horn, seat, tweaked it etc.
I noticed the scooter had no charge. I charged about 4hrs, tried again and nothing. Lights would go on then cut right back off and it wouldn’t even hold a charge. then I realized I had to connect the fuses and the battery connecter from the inside.
once I did that. this baby lit up and torqued me right down the street. MAKE SURE TO CHECK ALL WIRING BEFORE HAND!! ANOTHER THING : the speed was pretty quick to begin with so I tried the turbo button to see the difference and nothing!! I tried it over and over and still nothing.
next day nothing!! I figured whatever maybe its just a small defect which honestly was not important since the speed was ok. FOR TURBO : you have to disconnect the gray wire located within the battery compartment.
once you do that, you will definitely see the difference. if you want to keep it at normal speed KEEP THE GRAY WIRE CONNECTED!!(ESPECIALLY IF A CHILD IS RIDING IT) overall I’m loving this scooter! the only CON so far is.
its pretty heavy especially with the battery pack. I have to conquer a short flight of about 35 stairs going and coming from work and have to detach the seat to then detach the battery to then fold the scooter to then carry it up.
so its pretty heavy and bulky. other than that I love this thing!!.
FIIDO Seated Electric Scooter – With Suspension / Black – Comprehensive Breakdown and Review Some Of The Best Rides Are Seated window. – SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS = window. – SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS || new Array(); window.
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Equipped with front and center baskets, you have a ton a room to place all of your small items such as groceries or your child’s backpack. That Extra OOMPH Of Geared Motor Geared motors have their cases connected to the stator through a planetary gear reduction system.
For every rotation of the case, the motor inside in reality, turns many times faster. This system allows the motor to work at a much higher and more efficient speeds. – Technical aside, the FIIDO suspension scooter has more torque and power output.
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Scroll next to view the image. Comfort That You Deserve Imagine sitting down for 20 miles without a suspension, you are going to hurt your back. – Padded with memory foam seat, having a suspension allows you to ride throughout the entire journey with comfort.
Excellent scooter much easier to ride than a stand up design, just like riding a bike that is low to the ground easy to put the feet out and stop. Has adequate power to meet all legal riding situations and is really fun for just cruising around at the 25kmh limit.
Great having the ability to carry a lot of things on outings without having to worry about backpacks etc. Can fit easily in the car and the frame design and foldable stem makes it easy to carry and lift.
Heaps of modifications available if you like to tinker around. Added lights and reflectors are needed at the rear if you are planning on using it on the roads. Comes with child seat, front and rear baskets and a central bag that fits between the frame and a cable lock, so there is not much else to get.
Great fun for all the family, also really suitable for seniors who want some powered mobility and freedom to explore.
Great little scooter for perfect surfaces only. Very well built and presented, easy to operate and maintain. Non adjustable very oddly shaped seat which becomes uncomfortable after a short distance. I am 5’4” and 50kg.
Perhaps the Q1s would be a better option for Australian conditions. It really needs some sort of “shock absorption “ Regards Samme Williamson.
So far so awesome! I’ve had my Fiido bike for about a month now. I’ve only ridden it a few times because of crazy Montreal spring weather. Such a head turner. Couple issues: My front basket zipper broke and one of the velcro straps from the middle basket ripped off.
I would suggest that the bottom bag have handles like the front basket and perhaps an easier way to strap it to the bars? Would be more convenient to have it on the go as well. Minor thing really. Fiido takes me front point A to B in style, seat is comfy.
Best electric scooter for adults under $500. 275 lbs load capacity, 20 mph top speed. TurboAnt X7 Max electric scooter with detachable battery for a convenient charging, with a battery lock for added security.
As title indicates, there are 6 TurboAnt X7 Pro scooters that were being ridden in my neighborhood by my teenage son and his friends. After 6 months (conveniently after motor and battery warranty expired) various components have gone out on the scooters to render them unusable.
ALL of them are affected by a serious design flaw in how the handle stem attaches to the scooter body, requiring constant re-tightening of the screws every few days even with the use of red thread-locker, that should require heat for removal.
One stem even broke from the stresses. Their customer support is non-existent. I first reached out to TurboAnt support about the stem/body connection issue and received a response (after 9 days) that they would replace my sons steering stem since had completely broke and was unsafe to drive ( he is only 110lbs at age 14, not an oversized kid / they have a 1 yr structural warranty).
I responded to that e-mail with their requested information within an hour of receipt to no avail. After 5 days of no-update from them, I sent another request for status update. After no response, I sent another at 15, and then 21 days.
still no response. In short, they responded to 1 of my 6 e-mails over a period of 45+ days. In my final e-mail I indicated that I would leave this negative review if they failed to respond within 7 days.
well, here we are. Due to my troubleshooting skills developed from the constant maintenance of my own kids’ scooter, I was asked by the other parents to help diagnose their scooter issues using my sons scooter parts to determine 2 motors were bad, 2 controllers were bad and 1 battery was bad, with these six scooters only being 7 months old by then.
Something else to note, one of the kids in this group is of larger stature. like 5’10 / 190lbs and his scooter has only been able to go about 9 mph since day 1 and gets significantly less battery life than the other kids (like 30 – 50% less).
Based on my experience with these six identical TurboAnt units, I WOULD NOT BUY TURBOANT. Many of the parents are now taking a chance with HiBoy S2 Pro. Their design for connecting the stem to the body seems more secure / less trouble-prone.
Also, it has led lights under the board to give more visibility in the dark. Time will tell with these.
I have been researching for a good E scooter for some weeks. Most have good speed but not good distance on 1 charge, and the ones that do are very very pricey. Which, led me to this Turbo Ant. Out the gate, its already assembled with pretty easy instructions.
You should definitely tighten the hand brakes when you get the scooter first and adjust it as needed. Secondly, before anything, charge it completely. Avoid riding in sand or loose rocks for best traction.
Below is what I like and what I dont like Like: 1) ease of use 2) comes with spare inner tube 3) head light works very well and brake lights blink when braking 4) compact 5) decent speed of 20 miles per hour (on flat service with no hills) 6) does a decent job of going up hill 7) Has 3 speed modes, perfect for beginners to get used to before going up to 20 mph 8) braking system of hand break and foot break.
9) Cruise control 10) very very well made. Dont Like: 1) Feels like it drags sometimes where you can feel it jerk a bit when you are trying to get a smooth ride 2) You feel everything that you go over, no shock or spring system 3) Takes 6 hours for full charge of a dead battery 4) No automatic shut off on battery charger to prevent over heating (but I think it does actually stop charging when green but have felt the charge remain warm) 5) No instructions on how to remove the inner tube 6) Acceleration is a bit laggy 7) Turning ability slightlyt limited 8) Its heavy to carry for too long of a distance 9) no accesories to be bought, such as storage, additional lights, mirrors etc 10) No theft locking available, no app If you can get past the things I dont like, then this is the ride for you.
I use it to commute to work and back and It does a great job. The promise of up to 30 miles is a bit of a reach to be honest, you will need to be on low mode with no hills and no braking and accelerating back and forth.
On sport mode, you will probably get 20 miles at most. But aside from that, I think this is better than many of the other known brands and for the price, you cannot get anything better. Personally, I definitely recommend this scooter.
For you beginners, take your time on low mode, then progress to the 2nd mode and eventually to sport mode.
At only 37 lbs. , the Featherweight Scooter is the lightest electric scooter on the planet. Taking advantage of brand-new materials, the Featherweight sets a new standard. Practically everyone can lift this scooter into a car, truck, or SUV.
, and is super easy to maneuver. Transporting the Featherweight Scooter could not be easier. It folds down into a compact package. To fold the scooter pull out the fold knob at the same time gently lower the seatback down into its folded position.
Now with the seat folded, loosen off the tiller adjuster knob and gently lower the tiller into the folded position. The tiller handles should be able to rest between the chassis. Re-tighten the tiller knob to hold the tiller into position.
This will then allow you to pull the scooter on its rear tip wheels. Once you arrive at your destination, unfolding and attaching the wheels takes less than a minute. Standard features include a weight capacity of 265 lbs.
, a 5 mph maximum speed, a 61. 2″ turning radius, and many more.
I’ve had this for about a month now and love it. I can easily take it out of my car by myself and be ready to ride in less than 30 seconds. I’ve used it inside and outside. It’s surprisingly maneuverable in stores and handles asphalt, gravel paths, and grassy areas with ease.
Finally, I can keep up with the others! Also, dealing with 1800wheelchair was a pleasure. Special thanks to Lisa and Janice, they were super helpful.
I love how easy it is fold and lift. It is so fast and light. Going up ramps eady. I have my freedom back! I know longer have to wander if the store I’m going to will have an available one? I have a regular plug that goes into my cigarette lighter I charge my scooter while I am driving.
It never comes inside my home. Thank you Mr. Wheelchair for giving me my freedom. back Angela.
I love this scooter. I keep it in my car for when I need it. It is like a stroller in size so even though I am 80 years old it is not too heavy for me. I ordered an extra battery but it is on back order.
I haven’t used it on a big outing yet. The battery is so small but powerful.
There are many factors to consider when choosing the right electric scooter for adults. The type of terrain you’ll be riding on, the distance you’ll be traveling, and your budget are all important factors to consider.
If you’re looking for a electric scooter that can handle a variety of terrain and distance, a sit-down electric scooter is a great option. Sit-down electric scooters are more stable and comfortable than standing electric scooters, making them a great choice for longer rides.
They’re also more powerful, so they can handle hills and rough terrain better than their standing counterparts. If you’re looking for an electric scooter that can do it all, a sit-down electric scooter is a great option.
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