Pure Electric has done it again – the second generation Pure Air Pro is one of the best Electric Scooters For Adults you can buy. Pure has unveiled its current market-leading and award-winning electric scooter received user feedback and found useful ways to improve it.
Thanks to the new 500 W motor, performance and range are excellent, and this, combined with the quality of construction, safety, comfort, and ease of maintenance, makes it one of the best electric scooters you can buy.
Just like the original Pure Air Pro, the real highlight is of course the guaranteed IP65 water resistance, which is a must if you plan to use the scooter in all seasons in the UK.
Yes, it is a little more expensive and heavier than its competitors, but this is still an excellent choice for an e-scooter.
Pure Air Go is Pure’s entry-level electric scooter. It has the same excellent build quality and design as the more expensive siblings but has a less powerful motor (350 W vs. 500 W) and a shorter range. You’ll only notice less power if you’re on the heavier side and slopes, but if you want extreme performance, you might want to try the Pure Air Pro. If you’re just dipping your toes in owning an e-scooter and don’t want to spend large sums of money, this is definitely the right electric scooters for adults. It is water-resistant, works with the Pure app, and comes with a comprehensive one-year manufacturer’s warranty.
While Xiaomi may be better known for its cheap smartphones, the Mi 1S shows the company is just as adept at creating smart electric scooters. While the top speed isn’t the highest (although at 15 mph / 25 km / h it’s not loose at all), this collapsible electric scooter has some of the best applications we’ve seen.
In addition to keeping track of your trips and how quickly you’ve descended from those hills, you can get a quick overview of how much of the scooter’s massive battery is still left. Mi Home also has advanced battery-saving features, which means you can earn an extra mile or two if you use it smartly, and the F1-type KERS setting means your battery will charge when it breaks.
We found the Xiaomi Mi 1S’s speed and acceleration controls to be incredibly simple, anyone can learn to drive in minutes. Thanks to the lightweight aluminum construction, you can quickly fold it down for carrying and storage.
Xiaomi also has a premium model called the Xiaomi Mi Pro 2 (also on this list) with an expanded range. However, we think the regular Mi 1S is better value for money and is a great versatile electric scooter.
The new Pure Air Pro LR is proud to be at the forefront of the Pure Air electric scooter range thanks to its sophisticated design, longer range, and beautiful wooden decks. The gorgeous birch and maple plywood cover evens out vibrations and looks great. The Pure Air Pro LR’s LR stands for long-range and is designed to reach a distance of up to 60 km / 37.2 miles between charges, making it ideal if you only use an electric kickboard on your commute.
It has the same power as the 500W rear-wheel drive engine as the class-leading Pure Air Pro (2021), but it releases even more power when accelerating and climbing a hill at a top power of 700 watts.
Of course, the Pure Air Pro LR also promises to deliver the amazing build quality we’re used to expecting from Pure Electric scooters with a strong steel body that can withstand a 120kg load, an advanced “click-lock folding mechanism” and IP65. water-resistant. . classification.
If that’s not enough, you’ll also benefit from a USB charging port attached to the handlebar, which is useful for charging phones, lights, or other devices outdoors.
This is truly an extreme everyday scooter for those who are serious about electric scooters.
We love the second generation of Pure Air. It is now equipped with an upgraded 500-watt motor (a 43% improvement over the previous generation), making it the most powerful e-scooter in its class. The result is dramatically better mountaineering and sharper acceleration at stops on all but the steepest slopes.
It can reach a range of up to 30 kilometers, making multiple short trips a reality with a single charge, and it also has a convenient USB charging port for the driver’s smartphone mounted directly on the handlebar, which can even act as a USB power supply. light.
Being from Pure Electric, you get the excellent construction quality and support you would expect from a UK company.
The Carrera impel is-1 is a solid debut offer that meets the speed and range of its nearest Pure competitor but is likely to offer a little more scooter for the money (i.e. in a physical sense) and a more stable build quality. You can run into its curb without undue concern, but some may find it annoying. However, the Carrera folding mechanism may not look particularly attractive, but it is much easier to use than Pure Air, for example. Overall, Carrera focuses on everyday things, but that doesn’t really excite me with its design. It’s a function instead of a form… but it’s not a bad thing.
The Ninebot Segway E25E from the well-known electric car brand Segway is one of the most successful entries on this list. The E25E is another great versatile model. Its 300-watt motor helps achieve a very acceptable 15.5 miles per hour (this is usually limited by law) and a very respectable 15.5 miles. If this is not enough, you can add an external battery to increase the range.
It’s also well-equipped with a sturdy and comfortable footplate, dual-density shock-absorbing tires, and a neat one-touch foldable design, which means it doesn’t take up too much space.
A thumb throttle controls your speed, and there are three ways to stop it: release the throttle, apply the electric front brake, or depress the fender brake to slow down really fast.
It is a versatile scooter with an advanced smartphone application that allows you to configure all parts of your trip, view travel information, and check the condition of your vehicle. You also have cruise control, versatile active lighting, independent front and rear suspension, IP54 water resistance, and a clear LCD display