scooter three wheels
2 wheel electric scooter
|Frame||High strength aluminum alloy 6061, surface paint|
|Forking forks||One forming front fork and rear fork|
|Electric machinery||13 “72V 15000W brushless toothed high speed motor|
|Controller||72V 100 SAH*2 tube vector sinusoidal brushless controller (mini type)|
|Battery||84V 70 AH-85 AH module lithium battery (Tian energy 21700)|
|Meter||LCD speed, temperature, power display and fault display|
|GPS||Location and telecontrol alarm|
|Braking system||After one disc, does not contain harmful substance, in compliance with international environmental requirements|
|Brake handle||Forging brake of aluminum alloy with power breaking function|
|Tyre||Zheng Xin tire 13 inch|
|Headlight||LED lenticular bright headlights and driving lights|
|Maximum speed||125 km|
|Motor||7500 watt per piece|
|Net weight and gross weight||64kg/75kg|
|Product size||L* w* h: 1300*560*1030 (mm)|
|Packaging size||L* w* h: 1330*320*780 (mm)|
Straight to the point. I added the weights and computed the average weight. However, there are exceptions, which we will present here. Electric scooters are usually lightweight and easy to carry on for short distances. Check out this article to see what criteria you should meet to take an electric scooter on a plane. In order to compute a fair average, I took them out. Please note I have eliminated 2 items from the table below because they are not representative. But, they can’t be easily carried in a shopping mall while your wife looks at the next thing to buy for summer. You might consider a lightweight scooter if your destination (work or school) involves carrying it with your hands until you can fit it under your desk. If you wonder what is the most lightweight scooter or the heaviest, keep reading. But, the difference between different models of scooters is not that big. Another reason to get a lightweight electric scooter is if you want to take it on board. In order to make it easy for you, I had a look on Amazon’s website at some popular electric scooters. A typical foldable electric scooter weighs between 23.9 lbs (10 kg) and 33 lbs (15 kg) depending on the size, battery, electric motor, and other features. How much do electric scooters weight?
The Zero 10X has formidable acceleration thanks to the dual 10000-watt brushless DC motors that have 1600 watts of peak output and are absolute savages. You can spin both wheels not only from a standstill but even at speed. During our acceleration tests, the 10X (23 Ah) reached 24 kmh in a blistering 2.5 seconds, 32 kmh in 3.6 seconds, 40 kmh in 5.1 seconds, and 48 kmh in 7.9 seconds. It’s fair to say that the Zero 10X has enough power to smoke many other scooters – at least off the line. The 10X (18 Ah) reached 24 kmh in 2.8 seconds, 32 kmh in 4.3 seconds, 40 kmh in 6.2 seconds, and 48 kmh in 10.5 seconds. The motors have a ton of torque. All of the 10X models have fast acceleration, but the 21 Ah, 60V version is lightning fast, widening its lead ahead of the 18 Ah and 23 Ah (52 V) versions as speeds increase.
There are also reflectors on the front and rear fender and along the sides of the deck. The Zero 10X has monstrous 25.4-centimeter diameter by 8-centimeter wide pneumatic inner-tube tires. We recommend more powerful lights placed high on the scooter. The tire width contributes immensely to feeling stable on this scooter, particularly when accelerating and decelerating quickly. These provide great ride quality (along with the suspension). At speed, these tires will soak up imperfections in the road (or off it). The low-mounted position of the lights is not ideal for visibility and they aren’t strong enough for serious night riding. Read our guide to electric scooter lighting and visibility for tips. They’ll give you the confidence to push this scooter to its limits, because you know their supple rubber is helping to keep you pinned to the earth. The wheels are split-rim, making it easier to swap out the inner-tubes if you get a flat or change tire types.
In our braking tests, we found the hydraulic brakes on the 10X (23 Ah) to be very strong – capable of bringing this monster to a halt from 24 kmh in a mere 3.6 meters. The brake levers provide decent feel for the brakes, with easier control and responsiveness with the hydraulic brakes. The 10X (18 Ah), which has mechanical disc brakes, has a braking distance of 4.8 meters. Beginner riders may have difficulty controlling them initially. The front and rear spring shocks soak up any rough terrain you throw at it. The hydraulic brakes are intended for experienced riders, as they’re tuned very, very strong. They are powerful enough to lock up both wheels easily. All Zero 10X variants have excellent ride quality and come with dual spring suspension and massive 25.4-centimeter by 8-centimeter pneumatic (air-filled tires). After some getting used to, you can tell how much traction the beefy tires have, and maximally brake without locking up the tires.
It’s a heavy scooter and not designed for that. Often with folding handlebar designs, the folding mechanism allows the handlebars to loosen while you’re riding. The stem folds to reduce the profile of the scooter, but it is still big overall. The upgraded folding handlebars are straight rather than curved where they affix to the stem, so have a slightly different ride feel. However, if you want a 10X with a smaller folded footprint, you can upgrade from the standard fixed handlebars to folding handlebars with this kit for $65. This isn’t a safety concern, but is a nuisance. Though we don’t imagine very many people lifting the 10X frequently, one notable drawback is that it does not have a locking stem. When folded, you will have to lift the 10X by the base rather the than the stem. When folded, the Zero 10X is 127-centimeters (L) by 69-centimeters (W) by 51-centimeters (H).
Read more about preventing flat tires. Overall build quality on the Zero 10X is very solid. The Zero 10X has 48.8-centimeters by 22.9-centimeters of standing space. The motors are surprisingly quiet, even under full-throttle acceleration or at top speed. Quality metal parts are steel and heavy. If the 10X isn’t for you, check out our suggested alternative scooters. The steering is tight. One benefit of the Zero 10X being such a large scooter is the generous amount of deck space. Many dealers offer a considerable number of accessories to upgrade, tweak, or modify your scooter just how you like. This scooter is a solid investment that will stand the test of time. The rear of the deck also has an integrated metal fin that is sturdy enough to stand on – giving you even more standing options. There are many accessories for upgrading this scooter to your preferences. Its build quality will should keep it running for years to come. As a weekend joyride vehicle, this scooter has more power, top speed, and range than you’ll ever need. The Zero 10X is is a fantastic dual motor scooter for commuting, but best if you don’t have to heft it upstairs or into a car. The only downside of all this build quality is weight. Virtually every component of the scooter is thick and metal. Another often overlooked aspect of the Zero scooters (and Titan/Unicool variants, in general) is their customizability. In summary, the Zero 10X will shrug off anything you throw at it – you’re most likely the one to take damage doing it. The suspension is incredible – hefty but plush. You can also check out our Editor’s pick of best electric scooters. The swing arms, bolts, and pivots are oversized and durable.
For everything you get, these scooter are competitively priced and sure to satisfy the needs of all but the extreme adrenaline junkies. All new Zero 10X models have different battery packs as well as improved features, including fully-hydraulic disc brakes on the 52 V/23 Ah and 60 V/21 Ah models. We tested both 52 V models of the Zero 10X: the 18 Ah and the 23 Ah. The Zero 10X is a solid performer with exceptional range and top speed, and head-turning good looks. Results below are based on our independent performance testing and not data provided by the manufacturer. This review covers both versions. Based on our independent testing, which may differ from manufacturer’s claims. Since its release, the Zero 10X has been one of the most popular scooters in the high performance class. All new models come updated with a welded stem to reduce wobble and creak while riding. As of 2020, the Zero 10X comes in three versions primarily differentiated by battery capacity.
In the city, potholes, road debris, and trash will be no match for the Zero 10X at nearly any speed. It also reduces fatigue and makes the ride comfortable – especially if you are riding more than a few miles. More damping (like an additional shock absorb) would really help the suspension settle down over large bumps as it starts to feel floaty, but it’s a relatively quiet ride with no stem noise and zero wobble. The dual suspension keeps you well connected to the road and stable when you encounter obstacles. With various models providing you bigger batteries and better brakes, the 10X is evolving along with rider needs. Along with dual hydraulic brakes on the 23 Ah and 21 Ah/60 V versions, serious speed, and lots of ways to upgrade the ride, the Zero 10X is at an excellent price point for its feature set in the high performance class. Off the road, the suspension has enough travel to take jumps.
The Zero 10X roared up our standardized 60 m, 10% grade hill climb with a 74 kg rider in 8.8 seconds – about a second behind the reigning champion Wolf Warrior 11. Both the 18 Ah and 23 Ah version had the same hill climb time, while the 60V version is about a second quicker with higher average speed. We test all scooters on the same urban loop with frequent stops, hill, and a 74 kg rider. The Zero 10X 60V has the highest top speed – 67.6 kmh – estimated from tested data using a different 60 V/21 Ah Titan T10-DDM variant. The Zero 10X (23 Ah) had an ESG certified top speed (high-precision Racelogic GPS tracked) of 58.1 kmh with a 74 kg rider. It is unlikely that there is a hill in your city it cannot crush. The 10X (18 Ah) is less than 1.6 kmh slower, with a tested top speed of 57.2 kmh. All 10X variants have outstanding hill climbing performance.
The grips have been updated from the original 18 Ah version we tested and are now more ergonomic and meatier – making it easier to hold on while riding. This type of trigger throttle can be uncomfortable for long rides but is really up to rider preference. The trigger throttle control is attached to the display and is index finger operated. Fortunately, the scooter comes with plug-and-play cabling, so you can install a thumb throttle if you prefer. The grips are securely clamped to the handlebars, don’t rotate, and provide excellent hand support. Riders under 196 centimeters may want to try this height to make sure it is comfortable for them. The deck-to-handlebar height is 102.4-centimeters and the stem is fixed, not telescoping. You can control performance features using the P-settings. The LCD shows all your vital stats, including speed, odometer, mode, and battery readout. The 10X has a QS-S4 LCD throttle display.