UBERSCOOT 1600 48volt Electric Scooter. Folds for transport!

•Motor: 1600 Watt (Brushless), Batteries: Four 12V/12AH (48 volt system)
•Economy Mode Button – Conserve Battery Life
•Foldable design with Posi lock
•Battery Life: 250 cycles, Max Range: 12 miles per charge (weight dependant)
Included seat with quick release, Front and Rear Lights

Product description

Cutting through the clutter of cheap scooters, comes the superior range of UberScoot Powerboards, formerly Evo Powerboards from Puzey Design. Through state-of-the-art design and manufacturing techniques, the new generation of Powerboards have taken a technological leap and are loaded with innovative features that make all other brands of scooters seem obsolete. The Uberscoot 1600w is the most powerful electric scooter we carry. Featuring an economy mode button to slow down acceleration and top speed to conserve battery life for those long rides. Powered by 48 volts and a 1600 watt motor, there won’t be a hill you can’t conquer! Comes standard with a quick release seat, foldable locking frame, front and rear lights, large 12 inch knobby onroad/offroad tires and key ignition, this scooter does not disappoint! Specs: Drive System: Chain Motor: 1600 Watt Batteries: Four 12V/12AH (48 volt system) Economy Mode Button – Conserve Battery Life Front and Rear Lights Battery Life: 250 cycles Charger Included: Yes Charging Time: 6-8 hours Brakes: Front & Rear Disc Tires/Front: 12 inch Pneumatic Knobby Tire Tires/Rear: 12 inch Pneumatic Knobby Tire Max load: 265 lbs Max Range: 12 miles per charge (weight dependant) Seat Included: Yes, Quick Release Foldable: Yes, Posi Lock Carton Size: 49x13x19 inches 122 lbs Product Size: Length 49 in, Height 43 in, Width 25 in Product Weight:117 lbs. This is a non-returnable item. Some Assembly is required.


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UBERSCOOT 1600W User Reviews

  1. I bought this Uberscoot about 3 months ago and so far I love it! The scooter has it’s pros and cons but I am enjoying it. With all it has to offer here’s my opinions on some key factors:

    Quality is okay overall. There are some parts that feel really cheap like the light and some of the body cover. The seat sucks as well. Definitely look over everything right out of the box. I had to tighten up my chain and a few bolts. So check the chain, the wheels, and anything else that’s important.

    Weight & Battery-
    I put these together because the battery is the biggest factor of the weight. The scooter is really heavy. It feels close to about 90 pounds. Makes it feel like a tank riding it, but not great for dragging it up a basement or lifting it in a car. Now you can upgrade all four small batteries to one 48v lithium battery. This will bring down the weight a lot while also adding performance. For the battery itself it’s not bad. I’m actually impressed by the distance for the weight, but it would go a little longer, say 15-17 miles, I’d be satisfied.

    I love the speed. It’s very fast and goes it’s advertised 30mph. Due to the motor power the scooter has no problem climbing hills.

    Speedometer –
    For some reason Uberscoot does no provide any speedometer or any extra device like it. I consider this a bit of a safety issue with how fast it can go. Highly recommend buying an after market speedometer before taking it out for a serious ride.

    Design –
    Overall the design is awesome. It nails that mechanical look with the cut metal and how it all fits together. However, he graphics are silly. No offense but I didn’t spend $800 to have a website badly snickered on my scooter. It just gives off a cheap vibe and will not be staying on mine for much longer.

    With its problems I’d rate it 4 out of 5. It’s still a great scooter.

  2. more cons:
    1the controller is not mounted, it seat ontop of the wires surrounding it. thus when the control gets hot it might melt all the wires around it.
    2.battery connectors are cheap break easy.
    3. my front wheel feels mis alinged… whobbles
    4. my battery compartment does not latch shut, rain watercan easily get in amd flow into the controller..

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