Electric Scooters

Our electric scooters are a green and practical solution for mobility in urban environments that are constantly growing. Let us introduce you to them and become a part of the solution.

Frequently asked questions before buying electric scooter (FAQ)

When buying an electric scooter, you should know that the motor power is displayed in watts (W) capacity of the battery is shown in amp hours (Ah) or Watt hours (Wh) and the voltage (V) is also important, more so when buying high-end electric scooter, simply means how much energy can be transferred to the electric motor from other components in a given moment.
The most significant metrics for electric scooter / e-scooter is of course wattage because it directly impacts the speed, climbing ability, load capacity and battery capacity which means more range. Simply when buying an electric scooter, more wattage and better battery capacity means better. For flat areas, less powerful motors are enough. We almost always recommend using an electric scooter with a bit more powerful motor (at least 500 W) to overcome smaller slopes because life is not perfect, and now battery climbing ability would come in handy.
Electric scooters with 250 W and 350 W motors can handle smaller slopes, some better than others, but they will slow down significantly or even stop on the way.
When buying electric scooters, pay attention to the constant or nominal power and maximum motor power. Maximum power means that the power can be increased in very short intervals (a few seconds), sure it can temporarily increase power, but this will not help on longer hills. Pay attention to the electric scooter / e-scooter nominal power.
Scooter performance is affected by: driver’s weight, scooter weight, wind resistance, slope, terrain, tire inflation, battery charge, battery voltage, scooter control, etc.
It all depends on what range you need, greater capacity means longer operation or greater electric scooter reach. In our offer we have scooters that have the potential to reach up to 100 km, e.g. Joyor Y10, of course in ideal conditions, but 80 km is really feasible with 26 Ah battery and 500 W motor. There is a big problem of evaluating the range of an electric scooter by manufacturers. Most of them exaggerate the ranges on their electric scooter, mostly because there is no uniform standard for assessing range, and it’s a big part of the marketing noise. Most manufacturers estimate the range in perfect conditions with a driver weight of about 70 kg, on a flat surfaces, with ECO mode on, if the electric scooter has it. Consequently, there are divergences between the actual expectations of the customers and the manufacturer’s stated range of the electric scooter. In most cases, we dare to say that the “real” actual range of an electric scooter usually is 20 – 30% less than manufacturer states on e-scooter specifications. Not the all manufacturer are guilty of doing this, but lots are.
A huge number of future electric scooter drivers are interested in what kind of slope an electric scooter can overcome, especially in Europe, when there are a lot of regions with more of hilly landscapes. Next is the answer to how manufacturers measure the climbing ability of electric scooters / e-scooters. Since there is no standard test, each manufacturer measures or tests electric scooter climb with its own set of conditions or rules. Most electric scooter manufacturers measure in a perfect conditions with no wind, no hills, light driver (about 70 kg) and with a full lithium battery, which provides maximum power to the electric motor. In some cases, especially with the electric scooters that have lower motor power (250 W & 350 W), manufacturer statements that can climb 15-degree slope with a serious reserve. Don’t forget the carrying weight into consideration when buying e-scooter. Carrying bags or backpack can additionally decrease climbing ability and electric scooter range. In general, we recommend getting more than 350 W nominal power if you will be riding in anything else but flat landscapes in city or urban areas that are fairly flat. If you need a scooter to overcome hills, we recommend much more powerful electric scooters with two motors in each wheel. We have fantastic affordable climbers. The Joyor S10-S, Hikerboy Urban Turbo and a bit more premium the SXT Ultimate series and SXT Beast Pro are all great climbers.
The purchase process can be done in our online store simply by adding product in cart and finishing order in the checkout. You can also place your order by phone +386 71 372 316 (Telemach network in Slovenia, EU) or by sending us request on email address: info@electrotraveller.com. We will then create a pro forma invoice with all the necessary information for payment. For the B2B, we also require valid business VAT number. We support all well known payment options: payment by pro forma invoice, bank transfer, card payments (debit or credit card) and PayPal online payments and others depends on the country of payment. W In case you have problems with payment by card, please contact us: info@electrotraveller.com. A common reason for refusing online payment is low daily purchase limit or additional confirmation of online payment. Usually, banks will quickly resolve these issue by contacting them. For card payments and PayPal, we reserve the right to charge an additional cost for order processing.
On all electric scooters in our offer, except for Joyor H1 and Joyor A3 / A5, we offer free delivery to your address within 2 – 5 working days in most of EU. In most cases, the estimated delivery time is 4 days from the moment of when your payment is processed.
To all our customer, we provide professional help and guidance. For all our electric scooters, we offer spare parts with the same delivery time, but we charge for shipping. If you don’t find spare part for electric scooter on our shop platform, please contact us: info@electrotraveller.com.
Most electric scooters have a limited speed with a control unit or a controller which takes care of the stream of energy from other components. Most speed limits are fairly easy to remove. However, obey traffic regulation in your country and drive safely. Removing speed limit may be illegal in your country.
Most electric scooters have Lithium-ion batteries and some models in our shop have lead-acid with option to pick Lithium. A lithium battery is the most commonly used battery to power an electric scooter. Compared to classic lead-acid batteries, they are lighter (by 50% – 60%) because of the mush better energy density and have a much longer lifespan. The initial investment is higher than with an older lead-acid battery, but throughout the life cycle of the battery, this investment pays off. The lead-acid battery has a lifespan of up to 250 charge cycles, and the lithium battery can reach up to 1500 charge cycles. Lead batteries are a cheaper solution, but they have a much shorter lifespan and are quite heavy. We definitely recommend buying lithium batteries for the following models SXT Monster, SXT 1000, SXT 1600 Xl and SXT 500 models, where a lead-acid battery is an option.
Load capacity is the weight limit that an electric scooter can safely carry. For most electric scooters, this limit ranges from 100 kg to 120 kg. If you weigh more, make sure that the electric scooter can carry your weight. For safety reasons, do not exceed the weight limit specified by the manufacturer. We offer electric scooters with a load capacity of up to 140 kg which is SXT Monster electric scooter with a load capacity of 140 kg and the SXT Monster EEC with the load capacity of 136 kg. If you are at the top of the limit, your electric scooter will be slower and will have less range compared to a lighter driver. Also, consider whether you are going to carry a backpack or maybe something else that could contribute to more weight. For drivers weighing close to or more than 100 kg, we recommend at least a 500 W motor. If you intend to drive on hilly landscapes, we recommend dual motors with higher wattage. One of the most affordable electric scooter with dual motor and great climbing ability is Hikerboy Urban turbo.
A quality braking system is essential for safety and control while driving an electric scooter. E-scooter brakes can be divided into two types: mechanical and electronic. Mechanical brake systems are those that rely on a physical breaking mechanism and can include foot, drum, or disc brakes. The typical braking distance at 24 km/h for mechanical systems is six meters, and the absolute best is less than three meters. The foot brakes, which are activated by pressing the foot down on the rear fender, cause it to rub against the rear tire and slow it down. This type of brake is not as effective as drum or disc brake. Drum brakes are enclosed in a wheel, and require less maintenance than other types of brakes, and also perform very well in wet conditions. Disc brakes have maximum braking power and are lighter than drum brakes. They are usually found on higher price scooters and high performance electric scooters. Electronic braking systems rely on the use of the braking motor itself and include exclusively electric and regenerative braking systems. Electric and regenerative brakes are the weakest. Mechanical brakes offer stronger braking than electronic systems. However, electronic systems do not require any adjustments or maintenance. Many electric scooters will have a combination of electronic and mechanical braking systems. Many electric scooters have a built-in kinetic energy recovery system (KERS). The system works by storing the energy released during braking. Then use this energy to accelerate.
Good tires and suspension means good handling, comfortable ride, and importantly they are more safe. A larger tire means better handling and a better driving feel, while overcoming bumps on the road more easily. Electric scooter with full tire and without the suspension can be quite rigid or. uncomfortable to drive. A full tire has the advantage of lasting longer and cannot be punctured, making it easier to maintain the scooter itself. “Honeycomb” tires are a popular solution among scooter drivers, as it combines the comfort of a classic tire and easier maintenance of an electric scooter. The classic inflatable tire is the most popular among electric scooter drivers because they are most comfortable to drive.
The electric scooter normally is very easy to maintain. You should change tires and inner tubes and take care of the correct tube pressure. Another highly important thing is proper battery maintenance. Lithium batteries should not be left discharged or fully charged. This will ensure maximum battery life and proper operation. Improper battery maintenance is excluded from the battery warranty. Each manufacturer usually has their own warranty conditions and instructions on how to maintain the battery, so please read the manual carefully and follow the guidelines on proper electric scooter maintenance. Battery maintenance irregularities often occur during the winter when users improperly store an electric scooter for several months. This can damage the battery and reduce the capacity and battery lifespan.
Regardless of the law, we always advise you to use a helmet and other protective equipment when driving, especially if you are a novice driver. With more powerful e-scooters, the chance of falling is greater, which can endanger you and others, so please always drive carefully and be observant!

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