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All hail the King of the Kaabo Wolf Warrior! This extreme performance electric scooter, which was released as an upgrade to the renowned Wolf Warrior II, has received a facelift in every category that matters. For starters, this isn't your typical electric scooter— it's called the "king" for a reason. It holds the title for being one of the quickest scooters we've tested by combining a massive 72V drivetrain with a 28Ah LG MJI (or Samsung 35E) cell.
Pros and Cons
  • Brutally quick yet maintaining a reasonable range
  • Hydraulic front and rear brakes with EABS
  • Dual LED lights that are extremely bright
  • It's difficult to fold down because it's so hefty.
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The Kaabo Wolf Warrior X Pro, a new member of the Kaabo wolf family, was released this year. This little brother isn't shy at all, and he's already making a name for himself with mind-blowing speed and range. You might be deceived into believing that the Wolf Warrior is missing, but you'd be wrong — this scooter is electrifying! A beast of a scooter lurks beneath its tiny size and elegant look, eager to be tamed. Do you enjoy spending time in nature? If that's the case, this scooter is the one for you. A supreme severe electric scooter with a double stem, large 10-inch tyres, speed for days, and a massive range.
Pros and Cons
  • Charging time is cut in half with dual charge stations.
  • For simple riding, it has cruise control.
  • The scooter comes with plenty of LED illumination for the front, back, and sides.
  • A roomy deck ensures a pleasant ride.
  • There is no adjustable stem or folding handlebar on this bike.
  • When bouncing off surfaces, the rear fender is a little too close to the rear wheel, which can cause scraping.
  • The folding mechanism does not lock securely in place.
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The Kaabo Skywalker 10S is a solid contender for the best electric scooter on the market. The Skywalker 10S, as one of Kaabo's unique sport scooters, will enthral anyone looking for an amazing blend of power, range, and riding comfort on both regular urban and light-off-road terrains. The construction quality of the Skywalker 10S is rather impressive, with a frame made of 6061-T6 aviation-grade aluminium that makes it lightweight, strong, and stable even at high speeds—no wobbling on this scooter. With well-placed wiring, an edged deck, a strong stem, and a curved ergonomic handlebar for comfortable rides, the scooter's design is sleek and clean. A beautiful bright red glowing LED strip runs the length of the deck, adding to the scooter's beauty.
Pros and Cons
  • The handlebar may be changed to fit the rider's height. It has a wide range of speeds and acceleration.
  • Suspension system is excellent, and the ride quality is excellent.
  • Exceptional braking performance
  • It collapses into a small package.
  • The scooter's battery takes a lengthy time to fully charge.
  • The scooter is a tad on the hefty side.
  • The deck is somewhat small, which reduces the total ride comfort.
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The Wolf Warrior 11 is a monstrous mix of a downhill mountain bike, an electric scooter, and a motocross racer. It's currently a bargain, with many of the same components as a Dualtron Thunder. The Wolf Warrior is distinguished by its massive front hydraulic fork, which seems like it came from a tough downhill mountain bike, and its tubular frame, which wraps around the scooter like an exoskeleton. The scooter, while geared for off-road use, is also capable on pavement, with road tyres available as a factory option. While the Wolf Warrior 11's structural components were designed and manufactured completely by Kaabo, the electric scooter's guts and brains came from MiniMotors. The controller, as well as the EYE3 display, are all included.
Pros and Cons
  • Hydraulic disc brakes provide a surprisingly smooth stop.
  • With a range of up to 70 miles and a top speed of 50 mph, this vehicle is truly remarkable.
  • Exoskeleton frame built of aviation-grade materials that is solid and durable.
  • For a daily commute, it's a bit too big.
  • Strong ABS braking system responsiveness can be unnerving to many riders, especially if they are on a budget.
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The Mantis 8 is a terrific update to the earlier Kaabo Mantis models, boasting a small but durable and compact package. Despite the fact that it retains the Kaabo style, this electric scooter comes with a slew of new features and functionalities. A powerful battery, a brushless motor for greater power, a small and durable stem, and incredible braking capability are just a few of the highlights.
Pros and Cons
  • Perfectly welded metal components and a rock-solid stem
  • Suspension with two springs to help keep the scooter firmly planted on the road.
  • Folding mechanism that is both durable and easy to handle and travel
  • There is no rating for water resistance.
  • Cables are not held in place properly.
  • The Mantis 8 is not the lightest e-scooter on the market, weighing in about 58 pounds. The front brake calliper is misaligned.
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When it came to acceleration, the Mantis Pro completely exceeded our expectations, and we mean that in a good way. We had great hopes for the scooter because it had a dual-motor system, 27A controllers, and a 60V battery, but it still exceeded our expectations. This incredible vehicle went from 0 to 15 mph in under 2.0 seconds, which is incredible for an electric scooter. It astounded us even more when it achieved top speed in just 10.4 seconds.
Pros and Cons
  • The scooter can reach speeds of up to 37 mph.
  • For all it has to offer, it is excellent value for money.
  • The hydraulic braking system is fantastic.
  • Scooter that is portable and light.
  • The mudguard on the scooter needs to be improved.
  • The scooter's locking mechanisms could be improved.
  • Waterproofing is not possible.
  • The headlights aren't particularly bright.
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The Kaabo Mantis electric scooter is a triple danger in the scooter game because to its amazing torque, speed, and acceleration capabilities. Its dual road capabilities allow it to handle anything thrown at it, making it an electric scooter with minimal constraints. The Kaabo Mantis has legit bragging rights thanks to its winning combination of exceptional speed and unequalled suspension, making it one of the most sought-after escooters on the market.
Pros and Cons
  • It boasts an easy-to-use locking stem and a simple folding mechanism.
  • It has one of the best suspension systems.
  • It boasts one of the fastest start-up times available. It has a good maximum weight capacity.
  • Off-road performance is excellent.
  • Semi-hydraulic brakes are extremely powerful.
  • For long periods of time, the Kaabo Mantis is a little too heavy to carry.
  • It's possible that the throttle may be made more user-friendly.
  • It is missing a front lamp as well as a rear-wheel brake light.
  • There is no IP rating.
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