Category: Electric scooter review

Part 2 on How to Find the Right E-Scooter for You

Following our previous “concise” article on how to select the e-scooter that is best for you, we have come up with a professional Microsoft Word flow chart to help you with that decision making process. In true top-down corporate management style, we have already decided for you that this is what you need so just stick ...

2017 ETWOW Booster Plus Review

Comparing the new ETWOW Booster Plus vs the Zoom Air 2 In 2013, a Romanian engineer by the name of Sorin started the ETWOW (pronounced “E2”) company with the goal of developing the lightest, most portable electric scooter in the market. ETWOW’s (“E2”) first model — the ETWOW s1 was 9.8kg, which was unheard of at ...

Why Cheap Scooters are a Danger

Counterfeit Carbon Fiber Scooters Following our article on how to tell apart a cheap counterfeit and the original Inokim, we  have noticed an influx of cheap counterfeits of the ZERO 2.0 carbon fiber scooter too. The ZERO 2.0 is the original carbon fiber e-scooter that happened to be also the first modularly designed scooter, with ...

Introducing the Xiaomi Mijia

The Best Budget Electric Scooter Following the launch of the Xiaomi Mini after their investment into self-balancing emobility company Ninebot, Xiaomi has continued her unrelenting quest to dominate all hardware platforms including smart TV, mobile phones, air purifiers, powerbanks and e-mobility. Xiaomi’s investment into Ninebot and the subsequent launch of the Xiaomi mini in 2016 enabled ...

5 Best Electric Scooters By Stuff Magazine

This is a bit old but we found this review by Stuff Magazine of the Top 5 Electric Scooters in Singapore. These are all LTA compliant scooters for the mainstream crowd so if you are crying foul over the fact that your sleek ultra fast ultra powerful e-scooter isn’t part of the list, then feedback to us ...

Stigo in the Park

CNET Reviews the Stigo

CNET Stigo Review The tech geeks at CNET picked up the Stigo late last year and gleefully took the newly launched Stigo for a long test ride. Its not the first time they have reviewed electric mobility solutions having reviewed the xiaomi mini and ZERO 2.0 in the past so test riding the Stigo was ...

Spin Asia Reviews the Stigo

The Stigo featured in this month’s issue of SPIN Asia. The writers at SPIN Asia took the Stigo out for the week long test run, going from East Coast Park to their offices at Kallang Bahru and back. Read on to see what they think after a week on the Stigo, a lightweight seated electric ...

ZERO 2.0 Looking Insta-worthy

ZERO 2.0 CNET Review

Read CNET’s review on our ZERO 2.0 electric scooter here. The ZERO 2.0 is the Original carbon fiber electric scooter with a sleek and minimalist design much like Apple’s design concept. The entire scooter is controlled by a single “home” button which turns on/off the scooter, sets the speed, and turns on/off the headlights. All throttle controls ...

INOKIM Quick 3 Front & Rear Lights

Inokim Quick 2 vs Quick 3

A comparison between Inokim Quick 2 and Quick 3 electric scooter.

The Birth of the Stigo — Conversations with the Stigo CEO

We sit down to chat with Ardo Reinsalu, CEO of Stigo Bike, a company that makes lightweight portable electric scooters with seat.