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Electric Scooter v.s. Self-Balancing Scooter

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Electric Scooter v.s. Self Balancing Scooter

There are so many videos of people falling off self-balancing scooters but I have yet to see someone fall off an electric scooter which is why I prefer them.

Recently I’ve been seeing electric scooters that you can rent all around downtown Chicago. It’s such a great tool for traveling short distances without having to pay for an Uber.

  • Reaches speeds up to 14 mph – You can ride anytime, anywhere.
  • 36V UL certified battery pack – Simple to charge with the provided easy-to-use charger.
  • Foldable design – Offers a convenient, stylish, and exciting form of transportation.
  • Weight capacity of 220 lbs – Ensures safe riding.
  • Electronic and foot brakes – Help the scooter come to a complete stop safely.
  • 8.5″ tires – Allow for greater stability.

One thing that I love about this scooter is that it’s just 27 lbs which makes it light enough to carry around but heavy enough for stability. Plus it has a super bright LED light for when you ride around at night or just for safety in general.

Check it out at BestBuy and ride one home! Normally I wouldn’t think to go to BestBuy to purchase something like this, but they have some of the best rates in town.

Electric Scooter v.s. Self-Balancing Scooter

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