- Product Dimensions: 36 x 6 x 12 inches ; 47 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 47 pounds
- ASIN: B00SI9160I
- Average Customer Review: 67 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #310,612 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
EcoReco M5 E-Scooter
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- Energy efficiency: 2,000 MPGe*/ 500 miles on $1
- Agile & comfortable: Top speed 20 MPH*
- Rangy & efficient: up to 20 miles per charge*
- Long battery cycle life: 2000+ charge cycles
- Air front tire and Energy Recovery Braking
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 6 x 36 inches|
|Item Display Weight||45 pounds|
|Item Weight||47 pounds|
|Legal Disclaimer||Products are only intended to operate by adults (age 16 or older). Please consult and obtain written approval by local transportation authorities before using on public roads.|
|Shipping Weight||47 pounds|
EcoReco M5 E-Scooter. The eco-friendly, efficient, and portable EcoReco is a smart personal electric vehicle designed for everyday urban use. Whether it is for traveling the distance or that extra mile, it provides a convenient, economical and compact solution for the rider, and cleaner air for all. Featuring an aircraft-quality aluminum frame with front and rear suspension, LED back-lit dashboard, safe-start and smart brake, and 36V 8ah LiFePO4 battery, this scooter has you covered for your daily commute or wandering adventure. Materials: Aluminum Alloy Dimensions: 36"L x 6"W x 12"H; Weight: 36 LB
Color: Premium Black
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I've ridden in on streets, sidewalks, metal grates, light debris (broken auto glass, leaves/small branches, light gravel), up slopes in Central Park, pretty much everywhere in Manhattan so far and I'm continuously amazed at how much momentum you can pick up. I haven't attempted a real hill, but I can imagine that from a dead start, you'll need a little extra push. I weigh about 165lbs - if I'm on a flat nicely-paved street, this thing can really move. Sometimes I have to slow down because it feels dangerous at top speeds, especially if I'm going down a grade. I easily pass those "tour-de-france" cyclists, whizz by the delivery guys; and in traffic, it's a dream. If you slow down, you can even get away with riding on the sidewalk for a short period of time if there are no people around.
You can fold/unfold the scooter in less than 5 seconds once you get used to it. After riding about 6-7 miles, the indicator still shows I have about a one-third of battery charge left, so I figure an average of 8-10 miles per charge depending on the payload. The charging is relatively fast, to get it back to full, it's a couple of hours, so if I know that I'm going long range, I just throw the charger in my bag and charge it on the other end. However, I can easily get to the East Village from the Upper West Side and back on a single charge just to give an idea of the range.
It's also convenient / innocuous enough to bring into a restaurant, coffee shop, etc... In most cases, no one even notices it by my side, or tucked away in the corner. When folded, it looks like a piece of photo equipment, or a heavy duty tripod at a glance. That's a huge deal for me as I already have a bike, but need something I can bring inside so I don't have to worry about it being stolen.
At 35 lbs in weight, it does feel heavy. You do not want to be walking up 5 flights of stairs with it, nor would you want to walk around the block. It feels like a 'dead weight.' It's manageable, but I'm not going to lie, it's heavy-feeling, but not cumbersome, can easily be taken into the subway, or thrown in the back of a taxi if you're feeling lazy. If lift weights at the gym regularly, you'll be fine. If you don't, you'll notice that it's heavy.
When all is said and done, I have to say that it's just plain FUN to ride no matter what age you are. It's easy to hop on and off of it in case you approach a bad line of traffic or a group of people (the brakes work just as well as bike brakes), so it really is the perfect mode of transportation for an urban environment. If you're on the fence, just buy it, you won't be let down!
If you’re worried about hills, it can handle far more than I feared, albeit at 5 mph or so, and sometimes with an occasional foot push assist. That being said, I find that it still saves time and energy. For reference: I’m 170 pounds and I can take it up a big hill with 400+ feet of gradual elevation gain over almost 2 miles.
It's an electric scooter so take-off power is limited. It takes a minute or two to get up to speed and has a harder time on any steep incline especially if it hasn't already built up speed. However, for zipping around local roads and such it goes pretty fast. As for the duel front/rear shocks, maybe I'm just too heavy, but they don't seem to do a lot. It's not horrible but you will really feel any large cracks/bumps with the solid back wheel. The only other complaint is that it came with the handle bars not quite lined up correctly with the front wheel (off by a small amount). It's not really noticeable unless you really look, but it's annoying.