1.0 out of 5 stars | Quit, stopped working.
After three weeks of use, it stopped working. Will not true on. Charger indicates the battery is fully charged, scooter will not power on.
Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2019 by Charles
3.0 out of 5 stars | I love this scooter! While it lasted
I needed something small and light enough to lift into the back seat of my truck (the only safe place I have to carry it), and this filled the bill perfectly. Battery life is excellent, rides very smoothly, and, the best part, cruise control! Who woulda thunk cruise would be a really nice feature on a scooter? This is my 2nd one. The first failed after just a few hours.. started cutting out and finally wouldn't come on at all. I returned it and got the 2nd one in a matter of two days. Amazon is great about returns. Only downside so far is the charger - having to unplug it yourself when the unit is charged. I think that could be improved. EDIT: Just today the rear tire is leaking from the valve stem at the tube. The nut was loose.. not mounted properly. Looks like a bear to remove wheel. This isn't going well. Scooter returned today. Tech support does not respond within 24 hours. Got all fasteners off rear wheel but still cannot remove wheel to fix. I'm done with this brand.
Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2020 by 2oldman
1.0 out of 5 stars | Depressing
I never leave reviews After two weeks of side walk riding 1 1/2 miles to work the motor went the brakes went out of wack, just super depressing.
Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2019 by Khrysten Jones
1.0 out of 5 stars | Flat tire: No response from manufacturer
Flat rear tire. Nothing in Owners Manual regarding how to repair (I'm really handy). No response from manufacturer when I contacted Tech Support. Really bad decision to buy this product. Don't even think about buying one!
Reviewed in the United States on February 3, 2020 by Amazon Customer
1.0 out of 5 stars | Don't waste money on this scooter.i can't power on after using 5 times in two months.
The Scooter just Dead. I Can not Power on only use it 5 time and Battery full charge.
Reviewed in the United States on December 2, 2019 by Sao
1.0 out of 5 stars | Don't Waste Your Money!
When I received the scooter, I followed all of the instructions as far as charging it. The first day, I rode it about 2 miles and had a great experience. The second day that I rode it, the back tire went flat on a perfectly flat paved road and the scooter kept losing power. The battery was still showing that it had a good bit of charge on it, so I had no idea what was going on. The display was still working normally, but it would not go. I turned it off and then back on and then it would go for a small distance and shut off again. I pushed it back home, put it back in the box and send it back for a refund. I ordered another brand and am hoping for a better experience.
Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2020 by Amy Long
3.0 out of 5 stars | Easy to travel
Travel is very convenient,Strong climbing ability. I am very satisfied with the endurance, power, anti-skid pedals and taillight design. But I don't like his brakes. When I brake, I feel that the whole person is going to fly out. Also, his screw holes are not polished, and the anti-slip mats are not neat. I am very disappointed that these details are not done well.
Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2019 by assassin
4.0 out of 5 stars | More Traditional Scooter + Power, Mid-Range Build, More Features
This zippy scooter is first more like a traditional scooter if there was going to be an adult-oriented non-powered scooter, and then it adds power. It glides well on its own, has air-inflated tires (and even comes with a tire pump!), a hand brake that controls a rear disc brake (advanced for a handbrake!), a subtle bicycle bell to warn pedestrians, a headlight, a tail light, a kick stand, and fairly easily folds and locks into folded for easily carrying by the bar. Then you can power it on, select between two modes, and use your thumb to accelerate with some zip, speed, and even cruise control! I like that it seems to be a scooter first. Mine was well built and sturdy. For its mid-range price point, I like it. It compares in features to my Segway Ninebot scooter, a more expensive & premium ride, and my wife & I can use the two side-by-side as they are functionally equivalent. We're a two-scooter house and are happy with this one. STANDOUTS: (1) Doesn't require a login & connection with an app on your phone to authorize riding. Just power on an ride. (2) Has a rear disc brake. (3) Glides well as a scooter first before relying on power. Doesn't need to be on to ride or brake. (4) Mid-range price point! (5) It has a tail light! (My Segway Ninebot doesn't!) (6) Even has a bell! (which is also discrete) (7) For some reason I love the little charge port & its cover. I seems like a little gas tank cap and I'm filling it up when I plug it in :) . It made me smile. COULD BE BETTER: (1) Throttle is a little jumpy, especially off the start. It makes it feel less gradual and refined. I end up accelerating in lurches sometimes that feels less gradual overall. If you don't have your weight on the front wheel, the tire can spin if it loses traction. (2) Throttle sticks sometimes. But check if the hand grip is too close (as they warn in the manual). Otherwise I can maybe try some silicon spray or something. (3) Standing room is a tad bit shorter than would feel perfect. It feels ever so slightly cramped but sufficient. Not a big deal. (4) No manual step brake & must not step on the rear fender. You don't need it because your rear disc brake is pretty good. But if you have another scooter (like me) that does use the rear fender as a manual foot brake for emergencies, you risk stepping where this one says not to. (5) Feels slightly less stable & refined overall compared to expensive premium models. (6) You may have to actually check & inflate tires like a bicycle. (7) In folded form, it is harder to just roll it on its front tire like a unicycle to avoid carrying it. I like it, despite a few trade-offs and imperfections if compared to a significantly more expensive premium ride. Don't get me wrong, my Segway Ninebot earns its 5-stars and then some. This is functionally equivalent & peppy at a mid-range price point. I really like that I can take a quick run up the street to the corner for something. It even takes up less space than a bicycle! I am averse to ongoing payments to rent things per use, and handling dirty stuff. Now ride your own clean scooter whenever you want instead of renting the communal scooters out there, and for no cost per use beyond your initial purchase and electrical charging.
Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2019 by Tiger