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The Weped FF is a scooter built for high-powered events, racing, and riders that enjoy a lot of torque and acceleration. It's more of a holding-on scooter than a scooter for cruising about on. It's fast, it's tough, and it has a mechanical aspect thanks to the contrast black paint, gold pins, and silver bolts. It's fast-paced, entertaining, and not for the faint of heart.
Pros and Cons
  • Ridiculous Motors rated at 12,000 watts (6kw peak per motor)
  • Torque and acceleration are insane.
  • Surprisingly Convenient (thanks to its unique rear folding wheel)
  • Build quality is quite solid and stiff.
  • Supports To Ramp Booster Kit 72 volts
  • Scooter has a good look, a strong build, and a modern appearance.
  • There is no speedometer or LCD control panel.
  • There is no IP or water resistance.
  • No off-road use, exposed fans might collect dust, and clearance is low
  • It can be difficult to ride, and the deck is relatively tiny, which means the tyres will wear out quickly.
  • If ridden vigorously, range might be limited.
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The WEPED Fs is a hyperscooter that slams into the hyperscooter category with its ultra-fast, huge, meaty scooter. There are basically no other scooters in this power range, to be honest. The RION scooters (most notably the RION THRUST and RE90) are in this power range, but there aren't many other electric scooters that can produce more than 16kw (yep, 16 KW PER MOTOR).
Pros and Cons
  • Torque and acceleration are really high.
  • Wider wheels make a high-speed run safer.
  • Build quality is quite solid and stiff.
  • Samsung INR Cells 21700 72v 45ah provide outstanding power and range.
  • With sophisticated RGB front illumination, it's quite appealing.
  • There is no speedometer or LCD control panel.
  • There is no IP or water resistance.
  • Off-road use is not recommended due to its weight.
  • It's possible that the ride will be unpleasant.
  • Wide tyres make steering less nimble.
  • Will quickly chew through tyres
  • If ridden vigorously, range might be limited.
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With revolutionary design and game-changing new features, Weped is pushing electric scooters to new heights. Its electric scooters are of exceptional quality, performance, and elegance. Their team of professionals methodically handcrafts, tests, and inspects each product they dispatch. The GTR is no exception, as it is one of the most popular mid-range scooters. With high-end features, robust performance, and superb build quality, it provides excellent value for money. This stunning scooter includes all of the amenities you'd expect from a high-end model, as well as some distinctive visual upgrades that set it apart from the competition. The GTR has strong dual motors with a combined output of 20,000W and two controls. The lithium-ion battery has a huge 45Ah capacity and a good energy density, so it can last a long time.
Pros and Cons
  • The GTR scooter is designed to last a long time.
  • It has a good peak speed and a good range.
  • It can carry riders weighing up to 300 pounds (136 kg)
  • It has a distinctive design that makes it stand out.
  • The battery lasts a long time on a single charge.
  • It features a cruise control option and can climb hills rather well. It also comes with a 2-year guarantee.
  • It's a little hefty and not very portable.
  • It doesn't have a screen, a smartphone app, or Bluetooth connectivity.
  • It comes at a tremendous cost.
  • For certain riders, the deck size may be too small.
  • It is missing a front headlight.
  • The absence of an IP rating
  • When using a regular charger, it takes longer to fully charge.
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The Weped SST is a hyper scooter that is very quick — we're talking skin-peeling fast. To put that in context, typical GPS speedos (most GPS speedos) jump double digits as the SST speeds. Expect to reach 60 miles per hour in 6-8 seconds and 80 miles per hour in less than 12 seconds. At maximum power, the SST will completely deplete battery charge; expect ranges to dip below 20 miles if you maintain the throttle wide open for an extended length of time. The SST is a 72-volt scooter with a 3240-watt-hour battery, which is a massive amount of energy. It speeds rapidly and stops promptly - instead of the typical NUTT brakes, WEPED has their own branded brakes on the SS/SST.
Pros and Cons
  • Acceleration and torque at a high rate
  • Running at fast speeds is safer with broader wheels.
  • Excellent stiffness and build quality
  • For a 72v 45ah battery, the power and range are remarkable.
  • It has a beautiful RGB front lighting that adds to its appeal.
  • The Weped SST is equipped with front and rear suspension.
  • It lacks a speedometer and an LCD display.
  • There is no IP or water resistance.
  • Due to its heavyweight, it is not advised for off-road use.
  • It is possible that rides on them will be unpleasant.
  • The broad tyres result in poor steering performance.
  • Treads will be gobbled up rapidly.
  • A biker with a short range may ride aggressively.
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Xiaomi's Mi Scooter Essential is the company's entry-level electric scooter. We put it through its paces for several kilometres in order to provide you with a comprehensive assessment. Xiaomi launched three new electric scooters in July 2020, mostly incorporating the features of its previous models. However, they were accompanied by a third variant: the Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Essential, an entry-level scooter that is content... with the necessities.
Pros and Cons
  • Air filled wheels, Handbrake
  • No Suspension
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When folded, the Xiaomi Mi 1S isn't very tiny, but that's easily forgotten when you consider how nicely it rides over a variety of terrain, the powerful motor, and the fact that it's almost £500/$500 cheaper than the Bird One, which only just edges it out in terms of top speed and range. This is an excellent scooter for individuals looking to replace public transportation or even a bicycle with something more compact, convenient, and easy to store in a flat or office. It provides a wonderful balance of performance, durability, and comfort at an affordable price.
Pros and Cons
  • This electric scooter is straightforward and simple to operate.
  • Cruise control is a joy to use, and it's a really comfortable scooter to ride on. It also has a motor lock feature for added security.
  • The IP54 water resistance certification is suitable for commuting in mild rain.
  • It has a limited maximum range and top speed.
  • Because it doesn't have suspension, it's a little picky on the road.
  • The battery life isn't very lengthy.
  • Despite the stated 14 percent, I am unable to climb high inclines.
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Xiaomi is a Chinese electronics conglomerate that manufactures and invests in smartphones, laptops, mobile apps, and other consumer devices. Xiaomi, the world's fourth largest smartphone manufacturer as of Q2 2018, has developed at a breakneck pace by creating creative, high-quality, and affordable electrical devices that consumers like. The important features of the Xiaomi Mi M365 are listed below in this review. Continue reading our whole M365 review for 2021, or learn more about the M365 vs M365 Pro in our Xiaomi Mi M365 Pro review/comparison.
Pros and Cons
  • High-quality and long-lasting
  • Modes with two speeds
  • Very secure (2 wheel disc brakes, front and rear lights)
  • Long-distance riding battery with quick charging
  • Cruise control is a feature that allows you to drive
  • All features can be controlled with a single button or a smart app.
  • A smooth and relaxing ride
  • Excellent value for money.
  • Folds easily and isn't overly heavy.
  • Parts are available for purchase.
  • Tires can easily become flat.
  • Not intended for off-road use.
  • Does not go up more than 1cm in height.
  • The driver's maximum weight is 100 kg (220 lbs)
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The Zero 10X exudes elegance in every detail. This e-scooter has a basic design and a colour pallet that includes charcoal and red, which deviates from the norm. The Zero 10X is unrivalled in terms of raw power. This mini-vehicle has a dual-hub brushless motor that delivers enough power to reach a top speed of 40 mph. A Samsung 60V 21Ah battery powers the engines and can travel up to 50 miles (80 km) on a single charge. The Zero 10X is also equipped with features that ensure safety and comfort. The dual suspension, along with the 10-inch ultra-wide wheels, improves traction and stability. All of these features make this scooter suited for both on- and off-road use.
Pros and Cons
  • Dual 1200W motors produce a top speed of 40 miles per hour.
  • Full-size pneumatic tyres with a 10-inch diameter provide unrivalled stability and comfort.
  • Front and rear hydraulic disc brakes provide excellent stopping force.
  • Exceptional range of up to 50 kilometres thanks to a solid battery.
  • Suspension with dual springs for ease manoeuvrability over potholes, bumps, and uneven terrain
  • For enhanced stability and comfort, the deck is extra-large, and the stem is solidly welded.
  • It's too bulky to be employed as a last-mile option.
  • When folded, the stem does not lock.
  • Small-framed people may find the handlebars uncomfortably high.
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The ZERO 11X stretches the boundaries between an electric scooter and a motorcycle. This is the ZERO series' most durable and powerful model, and it does not disappoint. True, this is not a computer for everyone, but if you're a true aficionado, the ZERO 11X is exactly what you're looking for. The ZERO 11X is the ultimate adrenaline seeker's plaything, with two 1600W high-speed motors and a peak speed of 95 kmh.
Pros and Cons
  • Construction is really durable.
  • While it is heavy, it aids in maintaining speed stability.
  • Steering with resistance (to prevent speed wobble)
  • Steering column with minimal flex or wobbling in the stem
  • The deck is quite long.
  • Metal rear mudguard and footplate
  • There's a lot of torque and it's powerful.
  • When ridden responsibly, it has a good range.
  • Front illumination that works right out of the box
  • Design that is appealing
  • Construction is less expensive (quality issues in some areas)
  • The LED instrument panel and voltmeter are of poor quality, and the voltmeter is not water resistant.
  • At 53 kg/117 lb, it is not portable or ideal for hauling upstairs or downstairs.
  • Frame fractures have been reported, as well as the possibility of front suspension pin failure.
  • The motors aren't well-sealed.
  • It's common for controllers to overheat.
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Many people believe the Zero 9 to be a well-rounded electric scooter. It is suitable for all types of commutes because to its speed, range, and comfort level. The 600W motor can reach speeds of up to 25 mph and is strong enough to handle inclines of up to 10%. It has a big 48V 13Ah battery that can go for more than 24 kilometres on a single charge. The only drawback to this fantastic combination is the lengthy charging time; it takes approximately eight hours to fully charge.
Pros and Cons
  • For off-roading, a dual-suspension system is available.
  • On a single charge, it may travel a long distance.
  • It's simple to store, and the customer service is excellent.
  • Braking mechanism that responds
  • While biking, the folding handlebar tends to loosen
  • No bell
  • Heavy
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