I have owned my WideWheel Pro for a month and have enjoyed about 120 miles of travel. Here are my thoughts.
Throttle - is overly sensitive leading to a jerky ride (easily solved with the $19 Fluid Freeride throttle upgrade with 3x the thumb travel)
Ride comfort – This is a negative and positive, depending on the surface. Wider obstacles, sand, something like a bolt in the trail and the WideWheel Pro is much more comfortable and safer than my Xiamoi m365 scooter. On broken up asphalt the vibration is worse on the WideWheel Pro.
Regenerative breaking – I was surprised the WW Pro doesn’t have regenerative braking. Not a big deal with 22-30 miles of range and incredibly good brakes, just a surprise.
Performance – Such great acceleration which makes passing road bikes safer and the 26 mph speed keeps my time in bike lanes on busier roads shorter. I also feel safer going closer to the speed of traffic.
Range – I have taken 20 mile trips and the display shows plenty of charge left
Construction – Seems so solid. There is a wood slat bike bridge near my house that is very bumpy and I used to wonder if my xiaomi m365 scooter was going to fall apart. This just feels so much more solid
Appearance – Definitely a very cool look. I get lots of complements from people along the beach trails. Many ask questions and say this is the scooter they want.
Accessories – I love the upgraded throttle and am impressed with the Fluid bike lock and light add-on
In summary, if someone has already had some experience with a scooter and is ready for a little more of everything that makes scootering fun, get the WideWheel Pro. My experience has been terrific.