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A true people's favorite, the INOKIM Light 2 perfectly combines portability and performance in an aesthetically designed package. Perfect for anyone who wants reliable and safe transportation in urban environments. Lightweight and easily foldable for loading in your trunk or taking it on bus and train.
Designed for short to medium commutes at moderate speed, the 350W motor delivers a top speed of 21mph. Small inclines can be tackled with ease. The large 10.4Ah high efficiency Li-Ion battery lasts for up to 20 miles. Re-charge anywhere in 4-5 hours.
INOKIM puts safety first: high quality materials, dual drum brakes, front and rear LED lighting as well as smooth and consistent acceleration ensure you will have a safe riding experience.
If you need reliable transportation and long lasting quality, look no further. INOKIM designs scooters for daily use. With proper maintenance and care, your scooter will last you for many years.
Now available in the 2022 version with improved water-resistance (IPx4) and never-flat rear tire for better maintainability.
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INOKIM Light 2
Ultra-Portable Performance with Gorgeous Design
The perfectly designed folding mechanism enables quick folding to a compact size for maximum versatility.
LIGHTWEIGHT AND PORTABLE
At only 30 lbs., you will not break a sweat if you need to carry your scooter around.
SMOOTH AND COMFORTABLE ACCELERATION
The 350W rear motor delivers smooth acceleration and a top speed of up to 20 mph.
With a range of 20 miles, it is one of the longest range ultra-portable scooters on the market today.
The spacious board with low center of gravity provides excellent stability. The two air tires compensate for bumps on the road.
LONG LASTING QUALITY
Designed for the daily commuter, this scooter will last you for thousands of miles with the proper maintenance.
higher scores mean higher portability: lower weight & smaller footprint when foldedHeavy & BulkyUltra Portable
higher scores mean higher power: stronger acceleration & higher topspeedRental ScooterExtreme
higher scores mean longer range: the amount of miles you can go on a full chargeDecentExtra Long
higher scores mean better overall ride quality due to better suspension systems and larger tires (also better off-road capacity)DecentButtery Smooth
More than just good looks
- Sleek lines, subtle branding, and vibrant colors
- quick folding for maximum portability
- low sitting deck for stability and comfort
Enhance your Lifestyle With a Versatile Companion
Micah Toll - June 2020Read full review
"A scooter built for daily use (and abuse)""On the surface, the Inokim Light 2 has specs that are comparable to other scooters in its class. [...] But the major difference between the Inokim Light 2 electric scooter and others in the field is the build quality and the design. [...] These are scooters that can handle all of a rider’s daily commuting tasks for easy commutes in the city, yet are small enough and easy enough to fold that they won’t cramp your style when you get to your destination."
Chuck Temple - June 2020Read full review
"The longest range of any ultra portable scooter in the market"Our Take: a Premium, Near Perfect Ultraportable The Inokim Light 2 is a premium scooter designed by the legendary Nimrod Sapir, which many consider to be the father of electric scooters. The Light 2 is an ultraportable electric scooter that is designed to be very easy to use and ride. It incorporates a lot of features like the thumb-style throttle, easy locking slot, and low center-of-gravity deck, which make it a pleasure to use and a smart city commuter. It’s the type of scooter you’d expect to see businessmen (and businesswomen) riding in nice clothes and bringing them into their offices.
How it Compares
The Light2 is ultra-portable, very easy to ride and beautifully designed.
- on a tight budget and ok with lower range and less speed? CITYRIDER
- a bit more power, added suspension, but 10 lb heavier: HORIZON
- a more powerful but still highly compact INOKIM in the next higher category: QUICK4
- Top Speed
- Vehicle Weight
- Ride Quality
- Weight limit
- IP rating
- 21 mph
- 36V 10.4Ah
- 30 lbs
- 90 / 100
- 8.5x2" air
- dual drum
- 220 lbs
- IP x4
- 18 mph
- 36V 10Ah
- 28 lbs
- 80 / 100
- inner suspension tires
- 8.5x2" honeycomb
- rear drum + step
- 220 lbs
- 23 mph
- 48V 10-13Ah
- 42 lbs
- 75 / 100
- front & rear
- 8.5" air + 8" solid
- rear drum
- 265 lbs
- 25 mph
- 52V 16Ah
- 47 lbs
- 70 / 100
- pneumatic tires
- 10x2.5" air
- dual drum
- 220 lbs
- IP x4
350W base / 650W peak
36V 10.4Ah (374 Wh)
8.5" x 2" front air / rear never flat
rear wheel drive
air tires provide good suspension
5-6h with incl. charger
front & rear drum brake
front and rear LED
thumb throttle + palm ring
Since range of electric scooters varies greatly by riding style and rider weight, here are some examples for this particular model so you can judge:
Optimal Conditions (165 lb rider, 15 mph constant speed)
This is the range you can get under optimal conditions. Usually manufacturers quote this type of range. We expect real world range to be lower since you will not go at constant slow speed.
Real World (165 lb rider, aggressive riding)
This range has been tested by electric-scooter.guide under real world conditions. Quick acceleration, multiple stops, some inclines. All ESG range tests are done by the same rider and on the same circuit.
Slow Riding (190 lb rider, < 10mph defensive riding)
Tested by fluidfreeride on mostly continuous riding around 5-8mph. Defensive riding by an e-scooter beginner..
Featured Video Reviews
ESG review of the Light 2
INOKIM Light 2 review by Electrek
Light 2 review by fluidfreeride
Review by an NYC blogger
The light 2 is everything that was promised: light, zippy and good looking. It rides great (albeit a bit slow going uphill). The rear wheel is rubber filled (a change from online reviews) and is somewhat rough. I am considering buying a new tire and tube to replace it, though the elimination of flats it appealing. Fluid service is top notch. Had a broken mudguard when the unit arrived - customer service had one in the mail immediately for me. Kudos!
Needed a scooter to keep up with my girlfriends Alpha Hover-1. Didn't want to spend too much but wanted to get a decently priced well built scooter under $1k that was easy to transport. Fluidfreeride had many options avaliable. Finally decided on the Inokim Light 2 for its features and build quality in a lightweight package. Rode the scooter around Portland, OR over the weekend. Handled great for having a solid rear tire, has decent sized deck for balancing, dual drum brakes for longevity, and just a great overall clean look to it. After 2 hours of driving I'd only lost 1 bar of battery. Did have an issue with the locking pin for the folding mechanism coming lose, but was corrected with a little locktite. Overall I'm happy with the Inokim Light 2 but am still looking at getting a faster scooter (personal preference).
I ordered the Inokim Light 2 after what was probably 60+ hours of research looking at all types of scooters. It was super helpful to talk to the Fluid Free Ride team to help narrow down my choices, test ride scooters (really important in my opinion) and get other tips in general as a first time scooter owner.
I ended up going with the Inokim Light 2 due to its portability, light weight, high top speed for its class, and beautiful design. It arrived a couple days earlier than projected, and the scooter is a beauty to behold that stands out from the rest.
The only tips I'd give to new Inokim Light 2 owners is to understand the "push stem forward to unlock while pushing down the lever" mechanism for the stem, which is in the manual but isn't super clear. And also to lubricate the handle bar threading with graphite or another lubricant, as riding can tighten the joints where it becomes quite hard to unloosen.
I'm a bit on the lighter side (~130 lbs), and I'm happy to report that I've been getting 25 miles on a single charge. I ride around NYC, and that is plenty enough to go to all the places that I want to go. I typically keep the speed to about 17-18mph on longer commutes, only using the 21mpg top speed for open straightaways (getting doored in NYC by cars is a real thing and 17mpg is plenty fast for most of NYC). The lack of suspension hasn't really been an issue for me outside of the occasional cobblestone streets that are around NYC.
All around, really happy with my purchase and glad that I purchased from Fluid Free Ride.. the team is really helpful and amazing. Shout out to Chuck for being the man.
I don’t have much to say, but the purchase of my scooter was very easy. It arrived early. The only thing I was disappointed with was FedEx. It is supposed to be signed for. The driver left it on my porch when no one was home and he signed for it. That is terrible on FedEx’s part. I love my scooter. I use it to go back and forth to work. After a little getting used to it, I really enjoy it.
INOKIM Light 2
I got sick of paying to park in order to work so did a ton of research on electronic scooters and this one won me over due to the color options. There was another brand I probably would have gone with but not by much. I’ve had 5 rides on it so far and love it. It’s very smooth (Michigan roads suck), easy to carry up a flight of stairs to my office, and I feel very safe on it with how the braking feels. The only thing that is an issue is the accelerator keeps getting stuck which is not safe. I know it’s doing it now so I make sure my hand is on it but I’d love a permanent fix. I loosened the handlebars and repositioned them after I found that on YouTube but I don’t want to do that each ride. Also FYI - there isn’t anything in the manual about tightening the handle bars. I was so confused on how I was supposed to ride it with them easily moving but thank you again YouTube.