Foldable Electric Scooter

When traveling around on campus or in your neighborhood, running a short errand, or traveling just a few miles to work, you have a few different choices. In the past, you could walk, drive your car, ride a bicycle, or use public transportation. Now, there is a perhaps a better way to travel. It eliminates the need to walk, is not as tiring as riding a bicycle, and will not pollute the air you breathe like vehicles. The newest travel options are scooters. There are self-balancing boards, one wheeled smart boards, and the easier to use option, a foldable electric scooter. Would you enjoy traveling via this fun alternative to everyday travel?

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What’s the Difference Between Foldable Electric Scooters & Standard?

1 Wheel Unicycle ReviewA one wheeled smart board is a balance board that has only one wheel in between two pedals that you stand on. The self-balancing boards have two wheels, one on each end of where you stand. If you are uncomfortable with the idea of standing on a single wheel, you are not alone. For many people, having two wheels to balance on makes them feel more at ease, even though they are both operated by the rider shifting their weight slightly to go forward, backward, and to turn corners.

The foldable electric scooter is different. With them, you stand on a longer board in a skateboarding position. You have a handlebar to hold onto and you control it by conventional steering. There is a handbrake on the handlebars giving you the ability to stop quickly. There are some that require you to kick off in order to get going forward, with others all you have to do is step on and go. The handlebars fold down for easy storage when not in use, which means you can still take it into class or to the office with you if you are using it to get to and from these areas. It also makes it easier for you to find a place to charge  inside of your home.

Which Is Best for You Foldable or Not?

For most people, it is personal preference that guides them in their choice on whether to own a self-balancing scooter or an electric scooter foldable transportation device. If you do not have a personal preference for it, perhaps you would like to see what options are available.Riding A Foldable Electric Scooter

The number one selling self-balancing scooter is the HooverBoost HoverBoard 2015. It is made of METAI Alloy and it weighs only 27 pounds. It has the ability to climb inclines that are up to 15 degrees and can turn instantly around corners. It can run at about 10mph depending on your weight and the terrain you are riding on. The maximum weight limit for it is 265 pounds and on a full charge you should be able to travel 9-10 miles. Most people say that it is easy to learn and great for people of all ages.

Due to the fact that all foldable scooters are different, you can learn more about how they compare to the HoverBoost HoverBoard by reading the following reviews.

REDDIE Folding Electric Scooter

Reddie Foldable Electric ScooterThis scooter uses a high torque belt driven motor. It weighs 22 pounds when outside of the box. It can travel up to 14mph and go about 15 miles on a single charge. The maximum weight limit for it is 200 pounds. The included battery is a 12V gel lead acid battery. It does have a portable smart charger for times when you need to charge at work or in class. Read More Here⇒

Razor E300 Electric Scooter

Razor Electric ScooterThis is the brand that most people have heard of and it is one of the most popular electric motor scooters for kids. However, the kid friendly version is the Razor E150 electric scooter. The adult version is just as fun to use. It can travel up to 15 mph thanks to a very quiet chain driven motor. It has an extra-large deck to hold larger people and tires that are 10 inches in diameter. The initial charging time is 12 hours, after that it only takes a couple hours to get recharged and a single charge can last as much as 40 minutes continuous riding. This does vary based on riding conditions and other things. It weighs 52 pounds, which makes it heavier than other scooters. It has a weight limit of 220 pounds and works great for kids of all ages, provided you have chosen the right scooter for your size. Read More On Razor Here⇒

X-Treme Electric Scooter X-650

Xtreme Electric Scooter One of the coolest features about this scooter is that it is an electric scooter with seat for kids. The seat is a free accessory, but it is optional whether you use it or not. It has a 600 watt electric motor, which makes it possible for it to travel up to 15 mph. You do have the option to control how fast you go with the variable speed control throttle. It can travel up to 10 miles per full charge and comes with three 12volt, 12amp full sized batteries. Maximum weight for this scooter is a shocking 330 pounds. The scooter itself is sturdy enough to weigh 75 pounds, which does make it extremely heavy for some. Read More On X-Treme Here⇒

Currie E Zip Nano Electric Scooter

Currie Nano Electric ScooterFor people who want more than two wheels, the Nano may be a great option because it has three wheels to give you added stability. It has a weight limit of 150 pounds, which makes it usable by small adults or children 8 years and up. It can travel up to 5 miles on a single charge and weighs only 32 pounds. Average charge time is 8-10 hours and the battery life should last through 200 cycles. Read More On Currie Here⇒