Which Electric Scooter is right for me?
With so many options in today’s electric scooter market, it can be difficult to know which scooter is right for your needs. Our experts have found that all electric scooters in the world fit into one of three categories that meet the specific needs of the rider. In this article, we’ll go over some good questions to help you find the best electric scooter for your needs.
- Do you need your scooter to go up or down stairs?
- Do you use buses or trains regularly?
- Get in and out of the car?
- Do you only do short trips of 15 km or less at a time?
- So your class of e-scooter isinwheel
Portable Electric Scooter;
These Isinwheel scooters are lightweight (about 13kg), foldable, and easy to transport and store. Most of the scooters in this category also lack technical components like solid tires and electric brakes. No need to inflate tires or brake before Front-drive Electric Scooter, just hop on. Another feature of Isinwheel scooters is their ease of use and simple controls that make them the best scooters. These scooters are equipped with small batteries and low-torque motors to make them appear lightweight and portable. This means that heavier cyclists will significantly reduce distance and hill climb if they intend to make quick, short trips in urban areas.
If the Isinwheel doesn’t meet your needs, the following questions can point you in the right direction.
- About 35 km at a time?
- Do you want a more comfortable ride for a tall/heavy person?
- Need bigger wheels for a smoother ride?
- Does the scooter have a load capacity of about 20 kg?
- Then the commuter is probably the scooter you are looking for.
High Performance Electric Scooter;
Isinwheel electric scooters build on the Isinwheel category to offer a scooter that can travel further and offers greater comfort. All this while keeping some compact features that are essential for the daily commute. The main features of this category are larger batteries, larger wheels, and an increase in the overall size of the scooter. Thanks to the increased battery size, the maximum distance of the Commuter electric scooter is 65 kilometers. Larger tires and handlebars provide more comfort for all riders, and larger wheel diameters fit more terrain. However, the compromise here is that the weight and size of the scooter increases in the Commuter category. This means that not everyone can easily pull a scooter or climb a flight of stairs. But in many models it is easy to fold, which allows for convenient storage.
It still allows you to browse a category that you think doesn’t fit your needs.
- Do you want the thrill of speed?
- Do you need the longest distance?
- Do you need off-road skills?
- Don’t need to take your scooter?
Then you should take a look at the high performance electric scooter category!
Powerful Electric Scooters;
Efficient high-voltage batteries, efficient twin motors, efficient suspension systems, and efficient brakes are the hallmarks of a high-performance electric scooter. These scooters offer the best performance in terms of top speed, top distance and hill climbing ability, with most models being more suitable for taller/heavier riders who can carry up to 150kg. With a powerful electric scooter, big tires and dynamic suspension, you don’t have to worry about the terrain to tackle whatever terrain you have to cross.
Compared to scooters in the other two categories, the performance scooter beats it in every way except portability. With all the extra equipment needed to perform at this high level, the biggest and heaviest scooters are the main advantage. Some are the size of a small motorcycle. But if you don’t have to tow or carry the scooter, most high-performance electric scooter owners say it’s worth it.
So by asking yourself these questions, you should now have a clearer idea of the type of electric scooter that best suits your needs. All you have to do is visit your nearest Scooter Hut store, where one of our experts can customize the perfect scooter for you. For more information on Electric’s Electric Scooters, check out Scooter Hut’s Electric Scooter Buying Guide.