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UberScoot 1000w Electric Scooter by Evo boards
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- Recommended Age: 12+ years ( A parent's decision to allow his or her child to ride this product should be based on the child's maturity, skill and ability to follow rules. )
- Evo boards have taken a technological leap and are loaded with innovative features that make all other brands of scooters obsolete.
- SAFETY FIRST - ALWAYS WEAR YOUR HELMET AND ALL SAFETY EQUIPMENT AND OBSERVE SAFE RIDING RULES!
- Brakes: Front & Rear Disc Tires/Front: 10 inch Pneumatic Street Tire Tires/Rear: 10 inch Pneumatic Foldable: Yes, Posi Lock - Max load: 265 lbs Max Range: 10 miles per charge
- Drive System: Chain Motor: 1000 Watt Batteries: Three 12V/12AH (36 volt system) Top Speed: 24-26 MPH (weight dependant) Battery Life: 250 cycles - Charger Included - Charging Time: 4-8 hours
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|Item Dimensions||13 x 21 x 48 inches|
|Item Display Weight||79 pounds|
|Item Weight||99 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||99 pounds|
Cutting through the clutter of cheap scooters, comes the superior range of UberScoot, formerly Evo from Puzey Design. Through state-of-the-art design and manufacturing techniques, the new generation of boards have taken a technological leap and are loaded with innovative features that make all other brands of scooters seem obsolete.
Drive System: Chain
Motor: 1000 Watt
Batteries: Three 12V/12AH (36 volt system)
Economy Mode Button - Conserve Battery Life
Battery Life: 250 cycles
Charger Included: Yes
Charging Time: 4-8 hours
Brakes: Front & Rear Disc
Tires/Front: 10 inch Pneumatic Street Tire
Tires/Rear: 10 inch Pneumatic Street Tire
Max load: 265 lbs
Max Range: 10 miles per charge (weight dependent)
Seat Included: Yes, Quick Release
Fold-able: Yes, Posi Lock
Carton Size: 46x13x18 inches 99lbs
Product Size: Length 44in, Height 42in
Product Weight: 79lbs
Warranty: 60 Days, Parts Replacement
Top customer reviews
Given the low price, I was highly skeptical that it would live up to its claims. That's why I went with Amazon in case I needed a hassle-free return but I was pleasantly rewarded with a solid, well-made little machine that looks and feels like it should cost a lot more. Now if you're into extended range or high-performance, you'd be disappointed but I can load the is into the back of my van effortlessly, unload it just as easily and get 3 good runs before I have to recharge it (I just back up to an outlet so I don't have to unload it to recharge). I'm pushing 300 lbs, so this is no kid's toy. I work with multi-million dollar machines on a daily basis and when I look at this little rig, I don't see anything that I'd change right off.
I would recommend this to anyone. Just make sure it is what you're looking for. If you're an athletic 15 year-old, you'll probably want something more but it is exactly what it is described to be.
Assembly is literally a few minutes, put the handlebars in place and install the seat, charge it up and it's ready to go. I spent more time removing those ridiculous stickers than actually putting it together. Like any machine it will require a little care. I bought some chain lube and a headlight, tail light for it. I also changed the seat to a more comfortable Schwinn model. A courier bag for the front to hold the mail completed the scoot for me.
There are many names this scoot is sold under but they are all basically the same EVO design. There are a couple of issues to be aware of; the foot deck is a poor design and if you put weight on it you are likely to crush the wiring on top of the batteries due to the flimsiness of the foot deck. The charger does not turn it's self off and after the initial 8 hour charge you will have to watch for the green light to stop charging. The instructions say not to go over 12 hours but they make such a big deal out of it I watch for the green light to keep from overcharging.
Here's a pic of my scoot with the stickers removed...
I live in Texas Hill Country and was worried about how it would handle inclines. i weigh 210 lbs and had no problems AND really appreciate the hand brakes (front and rear) going down hill. I also work part time as a security guard at a small college campus and tried it out at work and now am the envy of not only the other staff but also lots of the students.
I run it about 5 hours within an 8 hour shift and it just begins to display the yellow light for recharge.