Which Scooter Should I Buy?

Any help would be appreciated :slight_smile:


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I highly recommend the Varla Eagle One. I did a ton of research and they had the best bang for the buck. It is excellent quality and very very fast. Scary fast in fact. Also it is one of the few scooters that support us bigger guys. I think it has a 330lbs limit. None of the other scooters will give you dual 1000w motors and hydraulic brakes at this price level. And you will need hydraulic brakes at the speeds this thing is capable of. My only gripe is that I wish the stem was a little more rigid. It has a little play when locked into place.

there is an aftermarket clamp you can buy to replace the one it comes with if there’s any play :slight_smile: Let me know if you need help sourcing it :slight_smile:

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Would love to know where I can get the aftermarket clamp.

I saw Clear Learning reviewed it…link in his show notes :slight_smile:

Depends on how much you want to spend. The Yume x7 is killer.

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It depends on your need for the electric scooter and the budget, there are much choices.

For nearly $3000 it better be. Come on… nobody needs an 8000w scooter for their first ride. With great speed, comes great responsibility…

If you are interested in e-scooters check out our YouTube unboxing video for our fastest scooter the Ultra 5000.
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HL 3.0 is 3000 watts of fun…

Really depends on what you plan to use it for … and do you have a motor cycle license?

is know for only using LG cells in their duatro electric scooters, which provide high power and longevity for electric scooters, Real world range: with a range of 34 miles, mini can take you around town and back without worrying about running out of battery power.

Choosing an electric scooter is tough. Me personally, Xiaomi Mi Pro 2 is one of my favourites. I use it for my everyday short commute to and from work. Great battery life and everything.

I found it through this website (I’ll post the link below). It offers reviews on many e scooters. Recently, it even dropped a blog on how to maintain your electric scooter so that it can last a long time!

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