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and the Wolf did not disappoint me the scooter is insane speed and range A+, it’s everything I thought it would be pricey but worth it and the second charger along with the will save you much time. Thanks Peter.
This scooter is awesome. The new braking feature is amazing and the shocks make it even better than the much more expensive boosted Rev. I live in San Francisco (big hills!!) and this thing conquers the hills, no problem. Highly recommend this scooter to anyone looking for a cheaper and better alternative to boosted rev and other more expensive scooters.
Man, where to start...
The Kaabo Mantis is one of the most fun things I've owned in probably a long time. People who talk to me on the streets say" man that thing is zippy" and that is probably the biggest understatement. It is fast as two cheetahs doing it on a bullet train. This thing shreds the streets, and the front and rear shock absorbing arms make if feel oh so smooth when doing so. The brakes are a little touchy, but with a bit of adjusting I found my sweet spot. Everything arrived pretty well assembled, but a few screws were missing (no biggie). The display is bright and gorgeous and the lights on the sides are pretty damn bright. The only thing I would recommend when riding at night is to get a bright front light. Honestly, I cannot complain about anything on this scooter. It is definitely heavy, but the specs show it coming up at 60 ish pounds so thats a no brainer that it will be heavy, but thing thing feels like it is built to last. It excelled up the hills Ive taken it on, and made almost every other scooter I've ridden look like a play thing. I showed it off to one of my buddies and I believe he is now in the process of buying one. This thing is amazing and I couldn't be happier.
PS: Wear a helmet cause it is wildly fast.
I just rode my Mantis for the first time today for my commute, and this is simply the most fun I have ever had! I wanted to just keep riding around the block once I got to work. The dual suspension is buttery smooth, and the pick-up is amazing. In Dual motor mode, with eco mode off, its like the Tesla of scooters insanely fast but easy to control. It hops up to 40 mph in a few seconds. I also love that you can extend battery range by turning on eco mode, and dropping to Single motor. This makes for a smooth, easy ride, but still fun. Its way overbuilt, making it feel very solid and stable, even at top speed. Especially for the long commuting scooter enthusiast, or beginner alike, this is an amazing machine.
This is really a great scooter. Suspension is a dream...like riding a magic carpet even over a bumpy tree humped sidewalk. Makes you feel confident since the speed is so fast and I’m a big guy and it still gets up there in mph. Just gotta figure out how to get air in the tires since my air connector is too wide and hits the motor in the wheel while trying to attach to the stem. White led lights on side since it supposedly illegal for blue due to the confusion of being a police vehicle. Highly recommend this scooter for speedy commuting. People won’t understand the high price tag but it gives you that speed adrenaline rush where other scooters fail to excite just going down the street. Compared to other scooters in its class, it’s much more affordable. Bring the blue anodized swingarms as an option Fluid Free Ride! By the way they were really on top of the shipping schedules and keeping you aware of the expected delivery even with a surprise customs inspection. They also answered my question swiftly about first entering a code to change the p settings. Wow this is really fun but not for the timid riders.
I’m having the time of my life!! I took a ride from San Francisco to Sausalito on it, came back I still had 60% 🔋
I’m very happy with my scooter everywhere I go people want to know what kind of scooter is it😎
The only downside is that has no key to turn off and lock and no front light.... Very important to have and I missed it when I read the website.
Truly a great piece of machinery. My first time owning an electric scooter and I'm glad I invested in the right one. I find it absolutely remarkable without any flaws. I've been riding it for almost a month now and I absolutely love everything about it. I'm impressed how smooth and fast it rides. I tested the braking multiple times and it works just fine. I ride it daily with a helmet on and I find it to be a very fun experience.
Did a lot of research and ended up with the Horizon. Couldn’t be happier. Great for a guy weighing in at 225lbs. Would not hesitate to buy this scooter. So far every email has been answered within 24hours. Nice work 👍
I live in downtown Los Angeles and commute to Venice almost daily for work. So I have used all of scooters on the App market and the first personal scooter I owned was a Swagtron Swagger 5. The swagtron broke down for repairs in the first two months, and continued to break down over and over again after sending it (two of them actually) in for repairs. After that experience I realized you really get what you pay for and it just isn’t worth it to buy cheap shit. The wide wheel can not only travel distances further than you could ever want to travel on a scooter, it gets you there 2 X as fast as the other scooters and it can take anything you can dish out. I am at the top of the suggested weight limit for the wide wheel and it never feels even a little bit under stress. Feels like I could jump it off a cliff and I would the be the only one to take damage. This scooter is a tank built off of a drag racer!
I am a 60-year-old man, 200+ pounds, and I use the Widewheel for commuting about a mile to work. I started with a cheap scooter, and the slight inclines slowed it to near walking speed. With the Widewheel, I can go as fast as is safe. One of my students told me I was the coolest old white guy he knew!
We bought this for my son as a birthday gift. Looking at what he WAS spending for Lime scooter rentals, I figure this thing will pay for itself in a year and maybe even less.
The wide tires means that it's very easy to stabilize yourself. I loved taking it for a spin after we unboxed it. Shipping was quick, and while the unit is heavy, I had no problems carrying it. I had it delivered to the nearest FedEx location and picked it up there. It easily fit into the back of my car. It's well packaged, and there was ZERO damage when we took it out.
There are just a couple of things to connect or assemble, and then you are ready to go. It charges quickly and has plenty of power and speed. Comes with a key to turn the unit off and off, and that will help in case someone thinks they can walk off with it. Without the key, the wheels don't turn, so someone would literally have to carry it if you didn't lock it to something. My son is getting a lock to secure it at bike racks and such.
So far, I am quite impressed and would buy this again. Company was easy to work with, and we even got this on a sweet pre Christmas sale!
I chose the widewheel in hopes that being (5”11’) 250lbs would give me the acceleration and comfort most lighter riders would get from smaller or equivalent scooters.
I received my widewheel within a week of ordering it, communication was great through the whole process- thank you Peter and Adam!
Out of the box everything came as advertised and nothing was loose upon arrival (checked everything)
I purchased this scooter to commute too and from work (2 mile round trip) estimated distance being less than others didn’t bother me, I’m sure I’ll get a few days in between charges.
The ride is nothing I’ve ever experienced out of a scooter. Even at 250lbs the acceleration is out of this world and it went 16 mph in standard and 25 mph in advanced mode. That was my concern when I ordered this and so far no speed or comfort sacrificed even at my weight. Weather hasn’t been great so I look forward to more than a ten minute ride with it. Thanks again! hope this review will help the next person. Weight was the biggest issue I had when searching for a scooter. I will update once I’ve tested distance. Great buy and so happy with the product so far!!
For about maybe 2 months I've been looking for an electric scooter that looks good, is not that expensive (compared to the WideWheel or the Mantis), and will be able to commute me to my school, and I'm glad to say that FluidFreeRide's Horizon met all those requirements, and more! At first, I originally was going for the Zero 8 scooter, but I didn't want to buy it from an overseas dealer, and the color and big lettering on it didn't strike me as attractive. The Horizon looks good, and I love the minimalist look about it. I purchased the 10 Ah version because it was less expensive ($675 with the Black Friday sale) and so far the range has been enough (About 12-13-ish miles) to get me through my day, going the top speed the whole way. I'm about 180 with a 15-20lbs backpack and 6'4", and the most I get on flats is 23mph, but after the battery gets down to the past 70%, it's more like 21-22. Slight downhills: 23-25, slight uphills: 20-22. I wish the handlebars were just a tad higher up, but it still works great.
- Simple design
- Regenerative braking (it works; there's no doubt about it. It just that you'd have to go down a pretty long hill for it to make a difference in the battery level)
- Cruise control works as well
- Constant speed (17-18mph) going up longer hills with maybe a 15% incline.
- The display is very useful, and there are so many settings you can turn on/off.
- For the price, you're getting an amazing scooter.
- Great suspension, creates a smooth ride.
- Lights: More for letting people know you're there, but getting a handlebar light will do the job.
- Kickstand: A bit shorter than optimal, but the weight of the motor and batteries keeps it from falling over.
- Average of 21-22 on flats, which is good for me, but I just wish it actually hit the advertised 25.
- The handlebars come just a bit lose after my ride, have to tighten them every now and then
- Just a bit heavy for what I'd call a portable scooter.
I love that this is both slower/smoother AND faster/more aggressive than my Zero10x depending on how I feel like riding (Eco/Turbo, Single/Dual motor, Mode 1-3). Construction is 99% solid. I rode to home depot to replace the chain that attaches the folding push pin used to secure the front fork. The 3 poorly made parts on the design were 1) this chain, 2) the plastic/rubber handlebar end caps (One broke off somehow? and the other must've fallen out...no I haven't crashed or dropped the scooter), and 3) the wheel nut covers aren't tight enough. I've already lost the 2 rear ones. The chain cost me $0.26 to replace. I just realized the trip to Home Depot on the scooter saved me about a gallon of gas. I have used the Wolf Warrior so much, I haven't filled up my gas tank this whole month. If just calculating savings from gasoline usage alone, this purchase will have completely paid for itself in about 12 months...not to mention how fun it is. Don't bother getting a lower end model and upgrading later. You'll quickly adapt to the power and speed and really start using this to save on the expense of running around town for short errands. Another time i didn't realize I'd use this for: I took my car in for service and just loaded the scooter in the back. No waiting for dealership shuttle or an uber. I just rode home and rode back when my car was ready. Would purchase again. Hopefully FluidFreeRides will send me some replacement parts but honestly, it's not a big deal for everything else I'm doing with the scooter. Side Note: Make sure you all invest in a good helmet that you will wear EVERY time you ride. Stay safe out there and Big THANK YOU to FluidFreeRides. Love your customer service response time and glad to see you guys are planting those tress as part of this years promotion.
I waited until after 100 miles to write this review, because a lot of these scooters, the problems don't show up until after you've ridden it for a good bit. First off, this scooter is a BEAST. The dual motors make this thing accelerate UP steep hills fast, I've gone 34 mph, up a steep hill. So the motors are definitely more than enough for whatever you will need. I actually recommend using lower speed settings because the torque is just dangerouy strong on max settings, you could shokt the scooter out from underneath you by accident. The overall build quality is just top of the line, this thing is expensive but you get what you pay for, the frame and most of everything is nice matte black coated steel (I think), and it is super sturdy. The schools are like marshmallows and you don't feel many bumps at all, they're great. The clearance underneath makes a big difference and allow you to hop on and off curbs with ease. There only two flaws I'd mention. One, the 'foldable' stem isn't very quick, the double clamo structure is great for securing the stem well (many scooters have wobbly handlebars), but you have to retighten each clamp several times before it's tight, so it takes a little while. Second, the throttle placement is annoying because it's hard to reach the right brake, but apparently that's a common
I purchased my Wolf Warrior during the Black Friday Sale and it was the best investment that I've made in 2019. Living in San Francisco with no car, this has reduced my Uber and Lyft bull to Zero! Customer service has been nothing but A1!
I absolutely love this scooter it has fantastic suspension and can handle potholes with ease. The dual motors are able to climb some serious hills one of which is a 20% grade. The breaks are very good not at all aggressive and stop efficiently. I have had the opportunity several times not to ride at top speed and it handles and maneuvers very well at 40mph. The fast charger is something that I am now looking into since it will take several hours to charge and often that is a bit too much time however the battery life is fantastic even for the base model and I have gone without charging for the whole day with no problem. My only major complaint is that the rear fender in all versions of this scooter does not cover the rear tire enough to prevent debris and water from flying up on to you. I have had the unfortunate experience of getting stuck in a light rain and though the scooter was completely fine I was soaked in the rear. It is definitely something that Kaabo needs to improve as it would literally require an extra 3in of plastic to achieve an efficient rain guard. My only other thing that I wish the scooter had were more accessories such as off-road tires and the ability to attach an external battery to it both are not super essential since most bike accessories will work and the range is fine but it would be nice to have the option of extending the battery for longer rides. All in all the Mantis is a fantastic ride!
I have been using the horizon scooter for 3 weeks now as my daily commuter to work. I have a 3 mile ride to the office in Washington DC and it takes only 15 minutes to get there. This is by far the fastest mode of transportation in the city. I love the full suspension that easily handles bumps on the road and sidewalk. I have been able to hit a top speed of 24 mph on a flat surface with little wind. I constantly get asked about the scooter and always recommend people to fluid free ride!
The Fluid freeride Cityrider is a great scooter for the Money! It has decent acceleration and will easily get up to speed even for a 200 lb rider like myself. The headlight and rear brake lights are very bright keeping you visible to moving vehicles. This is very important if you are riding in an urban environment. The brakes are very responsive as well which make this scooter well rounded as far as performance is concerned. Lastly, the appearance of this scooter is my favorite with the wood board. I have yet to see any others that look anything like it and am excited to see new designs in the future.
I have a lot of experience commuting on electric scooters and occasionally on my Onewheel. My commute is about 16 miles each day that covers my home in San Francisco to the Embarcadero BART station. From the Embarcadero BART station I travel 37 miles on the train until it arrives in Union City. From Union City I travel 6 miles to my office which is mostly bike lanes. I have done this now for nearly 5 years. I think it is important to know my primary purpose for my electric scooters. I also use it to go the few miles to my gym in the early mornings.
I have owned or currently own:
- The first generation Glion (sold)
- iFreego S10 (sold)
- Ecoreco M3 (sold)
- Ecoreco M5 (sold)
- Ecoreco L5+ (one of my daily drivers)
- Speedway Mini-IV (one of my daily drivers)
- 2 x E-Twow Booster (still have but don't use much)
- Onewheel XR (don't use for commuting but great for exploring)
- A few electric bikes which all have been sold.
I picked the Mantis for the following reasons:
1) Fluidfreeride is a US-based company with great support and ownership.
2) I wanted to try a hyper scooter.
3) Mantis was one of the more portable hyper scooters with high value pricing.
My Mantis charge port came lose internally and I had to get the part replaced. Fluidfreeride promptly shipped out the replacement part and I was able to fix the port. It is great to have a US-based company provide support. I had a lot more difficulty dealing with repairs and parts for my Speedway Mini-IV and E-Twow scooters.
The Mantis power and ride are on a completely different level from my fastest commuter scooters. The ride is plush but confidence inspiring at speed. I have not had any problems with most hills in San Francisco. I exclusively ride in Turbo/Dual mode. I also find the base disc brakes to have plenty of stopping power. You can easily power slide and stop with the brakes as they come out of the box. They are easy to adjust as needed. The suspension is also very good and can ta...
Another happy customer here upgraded from Horizon/M365.
My 1st unit had some issues and FFR had sent me a replacement in two weeks, which was a great service :)
I have 350 miles on the 2nd unit and haven't had any issue so far besides the minor brake sensor adjustment.
From my experience I see the advertisement here is true and can't agree more to those 5 stars review from the other proud owners.
AFAIK this is the best consumer rated scooter ever today for the price range and I'm glad I've made a right choice for my final upgrade 3 months ago :)
I'd recommend purchasing the fast charger that not only shortening a charging time but also comes with features to protect your home or scooter.
Seeing is believing so please watch the short video attached here where I tested 0-40mph Dual motors acceleration with a GPS.
There is also a 13min long video review available here: https://youtu.be/t61r2KJ5K38
Hope it helps to show you future riders how fast/comfy a Mantis Pro rides :)
The buying process was as smooth as could be and the communication from FluidFreeRide couldn't have been better. The scooter itself is pretty awesome and has been a pleasure to ride. Being a new product there are some opportunities for improvement and I had some concerns about how I received the scooter, but the customer support from FluidFreeRide has been top notch. Not only have they been receptive to my feedback, but also very forthcoming with information and suggestions for best practices and possible future upgrades.
As far as the scooter goes, it's performance is impressive. Easily hitting 40mph in "Eco" mode. Very stable and safe, and the LEDs on the deck turn heads wherever I go. You are going to need an handlebar extender to mount anything as there's no space on the bar. The controls are somewhat counter intuitive as you depress one button to turn a feature on, but then depress another to turn another feature off. Why can't it be the same for both? Also the battery meter is pretty useless as it jumps from full to empty constantly during a ride despite it being fully charged. Small gripes really, as it's fun to ride and makes my daily 5 mile commute a breeze.
As a college student, I needed something portable enough to carry around campus while also being powerful enough to handle the commute from my apartment to the campus. This scooter is perfect for those needs and I'm very impressed by it. Great value!
It oozes quality! There's nothing wrong with the standard charger, but this is leap and bonds better. Not only it charges faster, but I trust this one to do better for the batteries as well, since it cleverly drops amps when close to full capacity.
To be upfront - this my first scooter. And I'm truly impressed by it. I think it's probably the best looking scooter I've seen -- really well polished with good attention to details. I live in NYC and have to carry it up 3 flights of stairs - so I'm grateful it's pretty light. It's not super powerful but definitely sufficient for flat roads. My initial thoughts were that it was slow at 28km/h but after couple weeks I think this speed is perfect (from safety perspective). Also at first the auto cruise control was confusing and scary, but it took a few days to get used to and now I love it.
One thing that's unique is batter remaining level indicator. As I go slightly uphill I see the batter drops very rapidly to like 2/5 (that at first scared me!) but then going flat or downhill the indicator goes back to 4 or 5. I thought it was confusing but then I realized it's just not what I was used to and this way it's probably more accurate representation of what to expect. So all in all I'm very happy with the design, performance and build quality and therefore would recommend this scooter for flat city commuters!
After unboxing and fully assembling the scooter, it turned on but it would not accelerate even after pushing off. I contacted customer support and they instructed me to unplug the display and plug it back in to reset it, after doing this it worked perfectly. No issues since that. Great customer service.
-The scooter has a very high build quality, I really like the folding mechanism (two quick release locks, similar to a bike seat clamp).
-Acceleration is VERY fast and strong. Easily climbs hills and reaches speed of 40 mph, far faster than I will ever need to go. You can use eco/turbo mode and single/dual motor modes to change how fast you need to accelerate
-The battery on the Pro variant is more than enough. I still have plenty of range after my commute.
-The customer service is very good! They really know their products and are able to give great product support.
-The display is high quality, easy to read even in bright daylight. Even has plenty of options to customize how your scooter rides
-The scooter just looks very nice in all black, of course that's a personal preference though.
-The under deck lighting is very bright and extremely enhances visibility at nighttime
-The brakes are very good and strong, remember to not squeeze the front brake too hard or else you might flip over.
-The suspension is VERY plush, I love how smooth it is. You can adjust it to make it lower or higher, but I didn't need to modify it as right out of the box it was the perfect setting for me.
-The handlebar is curved in the middle, not much space for a light or phone holder, etc.
-You'll need another light for night riding, the included headlight is far too dim
-The push buttons for eco/turbo mode and the single/dual motor modes are kinda confusing
-The deck has strange white lines that won't really go away, might be dried glue? Cosmetic issue though (see pic)
-The mechanism to secure the handlebar doesn't sit flush, it bothers me but is minor (see pic)