Made to Move
Commuting safety is the most important.
Commuter scooters don't need to be the fastest things around, but it's long battery life and a brushless motor enough to get you to commute and travel. Features a 500W motor, boosting the e-scooter to a max speed of 21.7 MPH. Extra features like headlights, taillights, an available speedometer, IP54 waterproof, the dual braking system also factored into our commuter picks. We also stuck with scooters that topped out for utmost safety.
500W Powerful Motor
21.7 mph Top Speed % 17-22 miles Long Range
10” Solid Tire
IP54 Waterproof Rating
4 - 6 h Fast Charging
Smart App Controller
With a Electric Scooter Bag
If you need a scooter that can go the distance, we recommend the iScooter kick scooter Max. With 36V/10.4 AH upgraded capacity batteries, max travel long-range of up to 17-22 miles. And it is equipped with a downhill & braking regenerative battery, you can recharge on the go.
The electric scooter has a 500 W motor, boosting up to 21.7 mph quickly. The powerful motor helps you easily overcome small inclines towards city streets. By avoiding the crowds and getting there sooner, save your time and money and have fun.
Simply pair iScooter electric scooter with your smartphone and use the MiniRobot app to lock/unlock, light on/off, gears, start mode (zero start or non-zero start), customize set maximum speed, cruise control, etc.
With a clear and bright LED dashboard, you can see the battery level, speed, and ride mode functions more clearly, enjoying your ride based on your needs.
Any offers are genuine savings. Because we match the prices of competitors, there is the potential for prices to drop further. We will always offer our customers our price match promise. Seeterms and conditions
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