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This scooter is a great upgrade from my Horizon. Very punchy acceleration and no problem going up steep hills. Average speed for my scooter is 39mph but have been able to get it up to 43mph on a easy downhill commutes. Very satisfied with my purchase!
These mirrors lock in tight on the handelbars. At high speeds they dont move or come loose. The mirrors are not the ceap style that the mirror face is rounded making the view of cars behind you distorded. The mirror face is flat and twice the size giving you a perfect view of everything behind you.
I love it! The Burn-E2 is my first scooter and I’m glad I chose it over starting with a smaller one. It’s perfect for quick errands and commuting to work when I need to go to the office.
It's solid and fast and as light as most scooter's can get (even then, it's not super comfortable to hold for very long [but I understand this is unavoidable], and the built-on strap can slide out of place, making it awkward when held upright) - with - this kind of power. If you're a beginner, I might recommend something with a bit more stability, to smooth out rides. It can be a bit bumpy and accelerate very quickly on unkempt, asphalt roads. If you're not used to the speed and jolt this thing will give, you could easily fall off and hurt yourself. I had to set it to the lowest setting, and I wish there was one in between the lowest setting and the second highest above that - as - the lowest setting is a bit too slow and the next one up feels like a jolt, when you press the throttle. As someone who is somewhat disabled (walking is difficult), I was hoping for the scooter to make going from location to location easier. However, there is a bit of a learning curve, as it does take some dexterity and strength to stay onboard safely. Just keep that in mind. Overall, the scooter is excellent for those with a little bit more experience and strength! I'll probably get stronger as I use it, but it will take some time, than I originally thought.
This is the second day I have ridden this Nami Klima long distance and it does not disappoint. Riding this is almost like you’re floating on air. It’s fast, stable, comfortable, and very fun. I guess I made the right decision choosing this e-scooter. I am so thankful for FLUID FREE RIDE for having an excellent assortment of e-scooters to choose from. This made the decision process so much easier to compare side by side and choose my “me” scooter. I almost forgot to thank the 2 guys that works at the Fluid Free Ride showroom in San Francisco. They were very helpful in answering my questions. Thank you.
Its more fun riding my Nami than my motorcycle. Wish they had group rides like the cycle clubs.
The scooter is awesome! Over 200 miles in three weeks. Works perfect and it’s super fast
I'm a buy once type of person so I tend to buy as good as I think I'll ever need. I'm feeling good about this choice. I wanted something with a suspension, dual motors, pneumatic tires, disc brakes (hydraulic in this case), and good top speed (for when I get the nerve to use it). I wanted to keep this around 55-65 pounds to be able to load this up for camping and various of other outings. Everything arrived safe in the box without issue. Everything on the scooter looked to be tight and in place. Great bang for the buck.
Great service and fast shipping on all of my orders. Ordered a burn e3 weeks ago and already have 147 miles on it. Been using it instead of my car because it's so much more fun!
The Horizon is a versatile scooter for any commute. When I first rode it, I noticed the quality of this scooter. The suspension and stability make this scooter a comfortable ride. On top of that, the design is well-planned designed allowing for clean storage. I would recommend the Horizon.
FFR was instrumental in helping me put my scooter together. Great service and people!
I have been using scooters for my five mile commute for over 5 years and the Nami Klima is my fifth scooter after a segway, two boosted scooters, and the Nami Burn-e 2. After a week, the Klima is the best, even better than the Burn-e 2. While the Burn-e 2 is faster with better suspension and wheels on a straight line, it corners like a tank. The Klima provides better acceleration and as much speed as is necessary (I go just over 30 on either scooter). But the key advantage for the Klima is that it feels and maneuvers like a scooter and is much more maneuverable when riding, going through doors, or putting into a car. If the price was equal, I would lean toward the Klima, but the Klima is actually $1,000 less.
I was looking for a scooter that was lightweight and could fold up compactly (including folding handlebars). The Mosquito fit these requirements, but it is also extremely well designed and fun to ride. I especially appreciated the ability to select a lower max speed setting as 25mph seemed a little too fast for my comfort.
The Vista scooter is fun, solid, and has solid traction. I gifted mine to my 17 year old to test around in San Francisco. He enjoys the stability and range when he goes to Stonestown for errands and to meet friends. It's also good for weightlifting he says.....
I actually bought two of these so I can keep one at work, and one at home in addition to the stock charger. It works great so far