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Category: seated electric scooter

Ladies! Here are the Best E-Scooters For You

Gone are the days when riding an electric scooter is a guy's thing. Women and girls are starting to realise the convenience of a personal electric vehicle (or PEV). Naturally, we girls have different ideas about what constitutes an ideal ride. The way we want a personal mobility device to fit our lifestyle is often ...

Review of the DYU vs Inmotion P1F

Battle of the Best Seated E-Scooters When the Inmotion P1F e-scooter was released in 2016, it was one of the first ergonomically designed e-scooter with an integrated seat. Widely mistaken as an e-bike, the Inmotion is classified as an e-scooter due to its lack of pedals. The Inmotion became quite popular for it’s compact dimension and ...

Launch of the D.Y.U.

Finally, a Compact Ergonomic E-Scooter... We have all been waiting for something like this for quite a while. And the engineers at DYU has answered our call. Back in 2016, we announced the launch of the Stigo and the Stigo was admittedly abit on the heavy side at 15kg. The e-scooter rider is a very weight-sensitive ...

Unboxing of the DYU

An Ergonomic Lightweight Seated E-Scooter Designed by ex-Huawei (smartphone) engineers, the DYU far exceeds any expectation of a sub-$1000 e-scooter / electric bike. From the high quality anodised brushed finish, to the ergonomic riding posture and comfortable tyres, the DYU is a product made to appeal to the safety-conscious consumer. Further, the DYU does not ...

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 ...

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The Ergonomics of Stigo

Design of the Stigo Many people have questioned the unique design of the Stigo and wondered what design considerations went into the Stigo. The Stigo does look quite awkward from the outset, with its low seated position. However, once you have ridden one, the experience will change your mind. The low handlebar height with the ...