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Currie Technologies e-Zip 1000 Electric Scooter (Black)

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  • Powerful, dual-suspension electric scooter with sturdy deck for standing and a removable seat
  • 1,000-watt, hi-torque DC neodymium magnet motor; 36-volt rechargeable battery pack
  • Maximum speed of 15 miles per hour; 12 mile range per charge (rider size and terrain dependent)
  • Front and rear disc brakes for extra stopping power; puncture resistant 12 by 3-inch street tires
  • For riders from 13 and up; 260-pound weight capacity; 90-day limited warranty
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Go the distance with ease and speed when you hop aboard the eZip 1000 electric scooter, which features both a deck for standing and a removable seat for comfort on longer rides. The eZip 1000 is equipped with a 1,000-watt, hi-torque DC neodymium magnet motor and a 36-volt rechargeable battery pack, giving you plenty of power for short commutes to work and trips to a friend's house. The scooter's range, meanwhile, extends to 12 miles (depending on the rider weight), with a top speed of up to 15 miles per hour. And riders will enjoy a smooth performance every time thanks to the front suspension fork. Other details include front and rear disc brakes with alloy brake inhibit levers, low-profile Street Slick tires that measure 12.5 by 3 inches, exclusive Currie folding handlebars, and an easy-access charger port in the frame console. Designed for ages 13 and older, the eZip 1000 offers a weight capacity of 260 pounds.

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Take your foot off the gas pedal and travel with ease aboard the eZip 1000 Electric Scooter from Currie Technologies. Equipped with a 1,000-watt, hi-torque DC neodymium magnet motor and a 36-volt rechargeable battery pack, the eZip 1000 is the most powerful scooter in the eZip lineup--perfect for commutes and around town riding. The eZip 1000 scooter can reach speeds of up to 15 miles per hour with a range of up to 12 miles per battery charge. Designed for comfort, the eZip 1000 provides a smooth ride thanks to front and rear suspension paired with low-profile, 12.5 by 3-inch Street Slick tires to take the bump out of the road. The scooter provides versatile ride options with a large, non-slip standing deck and a removable seat. The eZip 1000 stores easily thanks to its exclusive Currie folding handlebars while an easy-access charger port in the frame console allows you to plug the battery pack in from the bike. The battery pack can also be removed easily for indoor charging. The eZip 1000 is designed and intended for riders aged 13 years old and above and offers a weight capacity of 260 pounds.



The eZip 1000 features a sturdy, non-slip deck for comfortable stand-up riding.
Key Features:
  • 1000-watt Alloy Finned Hi-Torque DC Neodymium Magnet Motor
  • Patented Currie Electro-Drive System offers efficiency and reduced maintenance
  • 36-volt, valve regulated, rechargeable battery pack with Plug and Play design
  • Speeds of up to 15 miles per hour
  • Travel range of up to 12 miles per charge
  • Front and rear disc brakes for control
  • Full suspension frame and fork
  • Easy on/off tapered seat kit tube included
  • Powerful front and rear disc brakes

Additional Specifications:

  • Battery Pack: EV rated SLA type, 36-volt/10Ah pack of three 12-volt/10Ah valve regulated, rechargeable batteries
  • Charge System: UL listed Currie Smart Charger with LED status display
  • Controller: Currie PWM Smart Power Microprocessor; 36-volt Fully potted with auto shut-off, relay, protection, and battery gauge
  • User Controls: power on/off switch, easy access charger port in frame console
  • Brakes: front/rear disc brakes with alloy brake inhibit levers
  • Frame: Rear swing-arm suspension, high tensile steel with one-piece battery box
  • Forks: front suspension with oversteering limit
  • Handlebar and Stem: Currie folding design with lay forward bars
  • Deck: Non-slip ABS resin with in-mold graphics and brand logo badge
  • Wheels: Currie 5-spoke alloy wide mag wheels with disc rotors
  • Wheel Size: 12 by 3 inches
  • Tires: Currie low-profile street slick tires with tuff-tire technology and elastomer subtread
  • Saddle: carbon fiber design with ABS resin and brand logo badge
  • Accessories: easy on/off tapered seat kit tube included
  • Overall Weight: 81 pounds / 37 kilograms
  • Rider Age: 13 years old and up
  • Weight Capacity: 260 pounds / 118 kilograms
  • 90-day limited warranty for frame, motor, motor drive system, and batteries
  • 30-day limited warranty for limited for tires


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 50.5 x 24 x 12 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 94.1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B004KK3FJO
  • Item model number: EZ-1000-BK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #455,999 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Color: Blue
I ordered the EZIP 1000 several months ago and have been thoroughly impressed with the value for the money that the scooter has provided since I received it. I originally purchased the scooter to run around my neighborhood. However, I have found myself using it far more than I imagined. The scooter folds up easily so I am able to put it in my car and use it in a variety of places and on various terrains.....it runs great on sidewalks, concrete, grass, and dirt. I weigh 200+lbs and the scooter provides plenty of power and zip. Riding the scooter is very smooth and it's easy to steer thanks to the full suspension. Additionally, the scooter is very quiet. I have enjoyed this scooter very much and would highly recommend it!
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My wife and I purchased a pair of these scooters to use in lieu of a tow vehicle while camping in our Class A motorhome. We purchased from Amazon and the delivery was quick (as usual). The scooter goes together very easily in about 30 minutes or less. The scooter is heavy (about 75-80lbs) but manageable. We store them in the belly of our rig and the two of them take up most of one bay.

First impressions: A zippy scooter that received a lot of praise by fellow campers. Adults liked the scooters and how we were using them, kids drooled at the sight of them. The handle bar folds down, the seat is removed with one screw, and it is ready for storage. They're easy to manage, produce good acceleration on flat surfaces, and are a lot of fun to ride.

A closer look at the details: The range advertised on this scooter is listed as 12mi. I don't think I will ever get 12 miles out of the scooter in one charge. I got about 6 miles before the red light came on indicating the battery was low. This after trying to conserve power by not going full throttle. I expected the reduced range given other reviews and wasn't terribly disappointed. There are some oversights and a couple of design flaws that should be noted. The seat is very uncomfortable and will be replaced by mandate from the wife. I agree with her - after riding them for a couple of miles it made us both a little uncomfortable in our special places. Next up is the brake system. I spent a fair amount of time aligning the wheel in such a way where the disc wouldn't catch with brake. Just when I thought I had success, I applied the brake and immediately felt a moderate drag as if the brakes were being applied without my doing so. The direct drive system also creates some moderate drag.
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I've had mine for 7 months and 3 weeks, have put 9,432 miles on it and have had to fix 1 flat. I use it constantly, sold my car because, for me, it works. I'm only a mile away from everything and can use a bus if I ever had to go an extraordinary distance. I can put it on the train without problems because there is no combustible fluids involved. So, I couldn't disagree more with the negative reviews; though I respect their opinions as their honest appraisal. It seems we all have bad luck in spells. I'm buying my wife one for Christmas, it'll be from Amazon, with Prime (free) shipping, baby!! The brakes do warp a tad after a spill that dumps you on the disk brake side because you will impact the ground with the rear disk; which seems to start ware on the pads. Go for it, some people will slight you, most will ask you where they can get one and how much it costs. If you have a website become an affilliate and post a link to this one. We need to continue to move away from losing our finest to protect oil interests.

This particular model has a permanently lubricated sealed transmission (no chain to listen to, wear out, adjust, etc). Don't scrimp with the other, smaller, cheaper models. Go all out re: security. We use 2 Ulocks and one cable if we have to leave it at the train or bus depot. It's only 80 lbs so anyone can pick it up and put it in their truck bed, so attach it within camera view and to something sturdy when possible. My son lost his by cableing it to itself, but he's eleven and now walking or riding his bike so that won't happen again. I know there are probably better machines out there, 1,200.00 for a different make and model with a lithium battery, for example. I just want to make clear the point that I think this is a sound purchase, regardless of it's expense.
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Folks, this scooter is fun. Just plain fun. But the real issue for me was its practicality. I'm a 230 pound 6'1" guy and I got the scooter to take me to campus and back because I didn't want to deal with hunting for a parking space for 20 minutes. Did it do what I wanted it to? You bet your ass it did!

The biggest concern I had was battery life and power. Yeah, battery life is going to be an issue, but not a severe issue. I only live around a mile and a half from campus (the way the roads are, anyway) and there are a decent amount of hills to contend with. I've averaged about a 25 minute round trip. Well, I'm a heavy guy and there are hills, so what do you do, right? It does, however make it to campus and back, but barely. That's also at 1/4 to 1/2 throttle. Another issue is that I got it used, so I don't know what kind of shape the battery was in, but I can't believe that's all I'm going to get out of the thing. I expected at least 6 or 7 miles on a charge and this falls very short. I've ordered a new battery, so I'll update this review after I've had a chance to mess with that.

Ok, power. Yeah, it has power. Again, I'm a heavy guy. I can honestly say that the scooter handles hills with zero problem. I've never been wanting in the power department. Just make sure to take your throttle into account when pulling hills; a lot of throttle will KILL the battery. Same on level roads, though. If you go balls to the wall, you're not going to get good economy.

As far as the scooter itself goes, it's a very smooth ride. The full suspension does pick up most of the bumps, and even allows for comfortable curb-hopping. I have never once bottomed out, even in areas when I should have. Did I mention it handles grass/dirt like a champ?
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