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- ASIN: B008JP1LM4
- Item model number: EZ-750-GY
- Average Customer Review: 161 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #496,775 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Currie Technologies 750 eZip Electric Scooter (Grey)
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- Can be easily stored when folded
- Front suspension allows for smooth turns and absorbs the bumps in the road
- Front linear pull brakd with alloy brake inhibit lever
- Durable high-tension steel frame and non-slip ABS resin deck
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Go the distance with ease and speed when you hop aboard the e-Zip 750 Electric Scooter from Currie Technologies, which features both a deck for standing and a removable seat for comfort on longer rides. When you need to go a farther distance than a comfortable walk, the e-Zip 750 will get you there and back quickly thanks to its 12-mile range (depending on rider weight) and top speed of 15 MPH. With increased power of its Currie Electro-Drive system with 750 watts of power matched to a shock absorbing front suspension, it's the perfect choice for serious personal transportation. Other features include an easy on/off seat, folding handlebars for easy trunk stowage, 12.5-inch Street Slick tires, 24-volt/12-ampere-hour Plug & Play rechargeable battery pack, and a Currie Smart battery charger. This scooter is for ages 13 and up, with a maximum rider weight of 260 pounds.
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I had a eZip 500 before. I think these are the improvement eZip 750 made:
1) Smoother accelleration. The throttle lowered the electric current at lowest gear, so you won't feel too much of a jolt from standing still. My old 500 used to hurt my lower back after repeated stop-N-goes. At higher speed, even close to full speed, the power is 750W vs 500W, so the you feel the power is stronger. Climbing hills becomes faster. The throttle respond to your command a fraction of a second quicker than the 500 model. Overall, that makes the throttle a much smoother feeling.
2) Battery lasts a mile or two longer. And, you can charge the battery while riding. This feature was prohibited in the 500 version. If my kids and I want to go anywhere farther than factory specified limit, I'll bring a lithium battery (or any other types of battery), hooked up to a inverter, and charge the onboard battery while we are driving the eZip scooter!
3) Front break is smoother and more effective than 500's rear drum break; less mechanical problem than 1000's disk break.
4) Front shock-absorber reduces road shocks, but not enough though.
I wish it had the following improvement though: it needs a rear shock absorber, it is still bumpy on New York City pot hole filled streets, even at 15 MPH or lower. My butt hurts after a long ride over uneven pavement. Seat is very ridged. I ended up replacing the seat with a cheap made-in-China "spring cousioned" seat to make my butt feel better.
The tire is self-sealing. I got an object poked into my tire. I pulled the object out. There is fluid sealant inside the tire. run the fluid over the hole, pump it up, it runs as new!
Don't forget to charge the battery. I always charge it whenever I can, at work, at friends house, in a park... Make sure charge it even after a short run, or not being used for two weeks. That'll prolong the battery life.
=================== update after four months ===========================================
I lowered the rating due to these facts,
Chain/motor moving parts rely on three screws, which means high maintenance. My chain fell off a couple of times, screws loose.
Too bumpy for daily commute. Needs to design both front and rear shocks + softy seat.
I hope this review may help someone else with a similar condition.
- Set up was a piece of cake. A few blood, sweat, and tears where put into it but a piece of cake is the right term for it.
- I weigh about 150 lbs and live in a very hilly area. It takes me up to elevated areas with very little or no problem at all. Yes it's slows down a bit but don't you also slow down when riding your bicycle up hill? so yeah get over it.
- As I was riding this scooter on the sidewalk, I heard out loud or too loud for that matter, a voice coming from a megaphone "Nice Scooter!" It was coming from a cop, I thought I was getting a ticket or whatnot, but I guess the cop was just giving me a compliment. Although you gave me a heart attack, you made me smile when I realize it was a compliment. So I thank you random cop.
- I don't recommend riding this thing with one hand. Balancing is kind of hard. Unlike a bicycle where you have larger tires, it's easier to balance with one or no hands at all. It kind of bothers me that I have this little problem because when my back itches or something hits my face or when I sweat because of the heat, I would have to stop just to scratch my back or wipe my forehead. Aint nobody got time fo' dat..
- The scooter makes this weird noise.. The sound of the motor is not very smooth, it sounds like the motor is having a hiccup or something. It bothered me the first couple of days but I got over it because the "fun" is greater than the annoying sound.
- The scooter is a bit too heavy to carry down a few steps, but not a big deal, nothing my muscles can't handle. haha I'm just kidding. It's pretty heavy and I cry like a little baby every time I carry it down a step.
- I have no regrets buying this scooter. I think you guys should buy one or two for that matter for the same reasons I have. I'm glad I bought this scooter. I can't wait for the second one to arrive so I can have someone else enjoy the ride along with me.
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