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Glion Dolly Foldable Lightweight Adult Electric Scooter UL Certified
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- Premium 36v, 7.8ah lithium ion battery with 15-mile range and 3.25 hrs. charge time
- Not a toy — aircraft aluminum frame is designed for daily use by commuters and other adults.
- Powerful 250 watt (600 watt peak) DC hub motor with electronic antilock maintenance-free brake plus a rear fender press brake
- Front tire suspension and Honeycomb never-flat airless rubber tires
- Patented dolly and vertical self-standing feature lets you roll it like a suitcase and stand it vertically out of the way
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Foldable & lightweight
Quickly fold the scooter and dolly it through public transit or into your office with a 1-second, foot-activated folding mechanism.
When folded, you can walk with it like a roller bag suitcase
With a simple and sleek design, the Glion Dolly Electric Scooter is truly a portable transportation device.
- Safe, durable and reliable design
- No chains, no gears and no grease
- Easy and fun to ride, park, carry and store
Glion Dolly Electric Scooter
Adult electric scooter with premium li-ion battery
No more traffic jams in your car and no more sweating through your suit on a bike. Instead, coast through the city on the most portable, reliable and energy-efficient last mile solution developed.
With a top speed of 15 mph and a range of 15 miles per charge, Glion Dolly Electric Scooter is a durable and practical tool to cut your commuting time and effort.
Perfect for running errands, sightseeing and just getting around your neighborhood.
This powerful scooter gets you where you need to go.
- Electronic anti-lock brakes and rear fender foot-activated press brake
- Clean, quiet and lithium-ion battery-powered hub motor
- Front fork suspension for a smooth and comfortable ride
Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here. [PDF ]
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 36.22 x 5.91 x 11.81 inches; 28.66 Pounds
- Item model number : 215
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Batteries : 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
- Date First Available : November 26, 2015
- Manufacturer : Probity Cell LLC
- ASIN : B018KTMOPG
Best Sellers Rank:
#42,218 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #264 in Sport Scooters
- Customer Reviews:
For riders age 16 years and older.
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- Portability: The main selling point of the Glion is its patented folding design that allows you to roll it like a travel suitcase in a compact fashion. If you are someone who needs to bring a scooter on public transportation or other crowded locations, this is HUGE. Other scooters do not collapse into as small of a shape, whereas the Glion folds very well and can stand vertically and can easily fit between your legs if you are on a subway or train for example. Other scooters need to sit horizontally and take up much more floor space.
- Quality of Ride: The Glion was probably the least enjoyable scooter to ride. When accelerating, there is about a one second delay from when you input the acceleration to actually getting the scooter to accelerate. When braking, the scooter is extremely jerky and if you are not prepared for it, you can definitely lose your balance and fall forward a bit. Also, the accelerator feels kind of awkward to use and requires a twisting motion, which can be uncomfortable to maintain for several minutes. Also, the wheels are solid rubber as opposed to being air tires. This has the benefit of not needing to worry about filling them up and having them go flat, but the downside of resulting in a bumpier ride. In addition, there is no suspension between the handles and the wheels so you will definitely feel bumps on the road through the handles a lot.
- Noise: Even though the Glion is advertised on the listing as "Quiet", it was actually the loudest of the three scooters. It's not super loud, but definitely not quiet. People won't be turning their heads as you ride by because of the noise, but it's more noticiable than other scooters and worth mentioning.
- Power: The Glion has a 36V battery and a 250W motor, which means that it won't have much power and you will definitely feel a slowdown if you are a heavier rider, if you are going up even a slight incline, or if you are riding into wind. When riding up a slight incline (probably about 5 or 10% grade) or into strong winds, it would slow down noticably to probably about 10mph. Not a huge deal, and I'm also slightly heavier at 175lb, but something to keep in mind.
- The height of the handlebar can be set to three different heights, which is really nice. At 5'9'' I use the middle setting comfortably, the tallest setting was much too tall for me, so most people probably won't have to worry about the handlebars being too low. I would estimate it being comfortable for people up to 6'2'' or so. My 5'2'' girlfriend also uses the middle setting, so I would estimate the lowest setting to be comfortable for people as short as 4'8''.
- The front headlight isn't great. It doesn't illuminate the road well enough to use while it's dark.
- The battery level display is inaccurate while riding. I'm also not convinced that it's completely linear. It has four bars, but I feel that when it drops to three bars, it has less than 75%, but this is just speculation.
I think that there are alternatives in the scooter market that are better than the Glion in the same price range. For me, the quality of the ride is most important and this is where the Glion suffers the most. The delayed acceleration, jerky stops, and bumpy ride is going to make it a no for me. However, the Glion may still be the choice for you if you need to bring it on public transportation or other tight spaces maybe as part of your commute. I cannot overestimate how much the Glion shines in the portability department because it is compact and can stand upright. It is what truly sets the Glion aparat from others. So if you need a compact scooter for a last-mile commute option, I would recommend the Glion. But otherwise, I'd go for a different scooter.
Bought this in 2016 (2 years ago) and used it to commute to classes on campus pretty much every day. Charged it throughout classes. Now I use it to ride through Boston from time to time. Still works perfectly well.
I've driven this down a steep hill at max speed and still managed to brake to a full stop within seconds. The brakes are as strong as you want to make them. They were a bit harsh at first, but I got used to tuning the strength after a few tries.
It works pretty well in the rain, but puddles are a bit slippery and I've fallen a few times making sharp turns on wet ground. Completely my fault, this product isn't meant to support driving through such conditions, but it's definitely possible if you go slow and don't drive as recklessly as I do.
I've driven it through mild snow conditions multiple times as well - the salt on the ground used to counter ice tends to get stuck in the wheels, but water + oil fixes that very easily.
Extremely portable. I usually fold it up as I'm walking into a building (yes, while moving). I've done it so often that I can go from riding it to pulling the dolly version within 5 seconds. I've carried it up stairs (it's only 20-some lbs or so) and in elevators. I kept it next to me in classes. At the time of purchase, I couldn't find a single other scooter as portable as this one.
From my experience, you'll get a mix of compliments and strange looks from random people. It's definitely a head-turner when blazing through a college campus.
- The material used to hold the bell in place the left handle isn't that great, and my bell is pretty much dislocated. I could probably put in the effort to patch it up with some glue and rubber, but I rarely used it anyways.
- When driving through dirt/water/mud, the back wheel tends to kick it upwards. If you're driving in these conditions, and wearing a backpack, you'll probably find the bottom of it housing undesired substances from the ground.
As with most 2-wheeled vehicles, it's easier to balance at high speeds.
(It's definitely possible to drive at low speeds though - I frequently drove at walking speeds whilst accompanying my wheel-less friends to classes.)
I bought this at $800 in 2016. At the time of writing, it's $600. If I had known the price would drop $200 in 2 years, I still would *not* have delayed my purchase. This scooter is extremely useful, has saved me many hours of time I would've had to spend walking or waiting for shuttles, and is very enjoyable to ride.
1. Comes fully assembled and ready to use. This was a big deal for me cuz I didn't want to be a mechanic.
2. The battery takes 3 hours or less to fully charge. This is a big deal cuz some scooters take 8-12 hours to charge.
3. This scooter is very easy to fold down or fold up. You use the lever and pull up or down and make sure it locks into position and you are good to go.
4. This scooter only weighs 26 lbs and is easy to carry when folded. I drive a Mercedes and didn't want some big & heavy scooter ruining my interior or putting a hole in my seats.
5. The speed on this scooter is good but not dangerous fast. I'm 5'10" and 180 lbs and I was able to get up small hills no problem.
Lastly to be fair and balanced..I'll list the 2 flaws. First...there is no speed or distance meter. Unless you download a companion app you'll never know how far you've gone or how fast you are going. Second...there are no shocks so you do feel the bumps. I try to avoid big dips, rugged alleys, or potholes.
Overall...this is a great scooter that's fun to use and easy to set up. In this price range you won't find anything better built or faster.