Month: March 2014

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E-TWOW pre-launches in Singapore

The E-TWOW (pronounced “E-2”) is the lightest weight e-scooter in the market. Weighing in at just under 10kg, it is a very feasible option for last-mile commuting. What it lacks in power, torque and ride comfort, it makes up for it in terms of portability. The 8-inch tubeless tires give the rider some good speed ...

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Patgear’s Woes

After our previous article on Patgear clones, we have since received a few such feedback from other patgear users out there who have had different experiences with the original Patgear. The French electric scooter blog www.etrott.com and http://etrotti.net and wrote to us citing their experiences in France. It’s a shame that the most expensive and fragile ...

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HUVr Board

“This Board has more technology than the satellites that went into space…” I hope no one really thought the HUVr board was actually real. One day, but not today. In the meantime, most of us earthlings who still require a hoverboard with self-balancing wheels to get around. Check out the Deux here at Falcon PEV, ...

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Growing presence of kick scooters in Singapore

Kick scooters (or skate scooters, footbikes, push scooters whatever you call it) is a growing presence in the streets of Singapore. Blessed with the right infrastructure and with the Singapore government’s long-term plans to develop 700km (!) of bike lanes and park connectors all around this tiny island of 700km2, these bicycle alternatives are sprouting up and the ...