60V 2x1000W 17-24Ah

MANTIS - Advanced All Round, Power & Range

Sale price Price $2,299.00 Regular price $2,399.00

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The fluidfreeride MANTIS electric scooter is designed for the demanding rider who wants it all: Swift inner city commutes with strong acceleration, excellent trail performance for those fun weekend rides, large batteries to master up to 50 miles between charges, and still allows carrying in one hand. 

With 61 (base version) to 65 (PRO version) pounds this scooter is the lightest in its class. It folds down easily and is still portable, despite its strong performance.

The two powerful brushless 60V 1000W motors deliver fun acceleration and climb up to 35% inclines with ease. Ride in single motor mode up to 30 mph while conserving your battery or switch on the second motor for extra acceleration and 40 mph top speed. 

The front and rear advanced swing arm spring suspension delivers a smooth ride on any terrain. Ride over grass or on dirt trails, jump a curb in the city, this 40 mph electric scooter can handle pretty much any reasonable ground condition. 

Dual semi-hydraulic disc brakes in the base version and full hydraulic brakes in the PRO version provide full control during your ride. The advanced display/throttle combination allows configuration of speed limit, cruise control and regenerative braking strength. The PRO version with Minimotors display also features motor torque adjustments and ABS.

2 front and rear LEDs and the bright lateral LED strip will ensure you will be seen at night. We recommend an attachable headlight for longer rides at night.

8-12h charging time with the included 2A charger. Fast charger coming soon.

Available in two variants:
- Base - 17.5Ah, 30+ mile range (ECO mode), standard display 
- PRO - 24.5Ah LG, 45+ mile range (ECO mode), Minimotors display, full hydraulic brakes

Satisfaction guaranteed!

Customer Reviews

Based on 131 reviews
85%
(112)
8%
(11)
2%
(3)
2%
(3)
2%
(2)
J
J.
Great...Fast Scooter

I recently purchased the Mantis Pro to upgrade from my prior 1000W scooter that was starting to have less charge, so rather than purchase I new battery, I started looking. I happened upon the Wide Wheel at first and started to investigate, but after seeing the small deck as well as the weight limit, I had some pause on the wide wheel. Then I noticed a review comparing the Mantis to the wide wheel and after investigating further, it appeared the Mantis Pro to be a better fit for me being 250lbs. I got the pro version not for the range, but more for the lifecycle as my prior scooter was 4 years old and the capacity of the battery helped it to last all those years with riding in my hilly neighborhood.

First proof point of the Mantis is I took it out and went up a slight hill which it handled with ease in single motor. Second proof point is I went to another hill that is at least 15 degree incline and in dual motor, it was accelerating me up the hill, this thing has power to spare. When in dual motor and off eco, just blipping the throttle you will feel the scooter try to take off with out you, so be prepared as the torque can go (and this is with me setting the torque to come on slower, the original setting is too risky for accidental take offs).

I turned on the ABS, it feels weird as first, but I actually like it and with regenerative and ABS on, I get plenty of stopping power with just the rear, and can stop on very short distances with front and rear, so I like this safety of knowing I can get to a stop if needed. I found myself waiting to brake until much later than my prior scooter which had brakes twice the size of the Mantis ones, so I think the combination of hydraulic, ABS, and regenerative helps bring the Mantis to a stop much quicker.

F
F.E.
THE BEST E-SCOOTER IN THE MARKET( MANTIS BASE)

THE BEST & DURABLE E-SCOOTER OUT THERE!!!!

POSITIVE REVIEW

Speed: it’s really fast, you dont even need both motors running in order for you to go fast, this thing is ridiculous fast. Up hills i can go up to 30mph, flat surfaces i go 37-38 mph even 40 in a full charged. Still fast even with the battery below 65%.

Suspension: trust me, you won’t feel any bump it feels like you’re literally flying. VERY smooth.

Brakes: you can always adjust it, it works pretty good for me.

Weight: 61lbs kind of heavy but i carry mine up to 3 floors no elevator, which is not that hard for me.

Folded dim.: i drive a honda accord and always put it in my trunk and still have space if i want to put anything else.

Battery: I switch between dual motor and single motor everytime i ride it, and still get a lot of range.

Lights: really bright any car in the dark will see you.

NEGATIVE REVIEW

To be honest i am very happy with my Mantis Base the things i do not like is

Weight: i wish it was a lil bit lighter but i guess it has two motors and really fast which makes sense is a little heavy.

The rear fender should be longer because when it rains or the surface is wet your pants can get dirty easily.
Besides that i truly recommend it, it worth every dollar.

A
A.R.

MANTIS - Advanced All Round, Power & Range

M
M.B.
Mantis Pro Adult Scooter

I was ready to purchase a Nanrobot D4 scooter but hesitated because I had reservations about its suspension. If I'm going to spend this much $ on a scooter, I better be completely sold on it. I wanted a scooter that had decent range, enough power(to scare me if I wanted it to) and suspension to take it off road. Is that too much to ask? After searching, scooters that checked all my boxes were either too big/heavy or too expensive (might as well buy a motorcycle). I came across a video of someone riding a FluidFree Mantis and the first thing about the scooter that stood out for him was of its suspension and how nice the ride felt. I saw a few videos and finally checked out FluidFreeRide's website and was pleasantly surprised that they were a US based company. Read the reviews and decided that although I can go cheaper by purchasing the Nanrobot D4, the Mantis and its better designed suspension, its LG battery (Pro) and its MiniMotors USA controllers was worth the difference in price in my opinion. I ordered the Mantis on a Saturday and received it on Wednesday. Fast delivery was a definite plus! My first impression when I first opened the box was that it was bigger than I expected. This is definitely not a toy. The scooter looks to be very well made and heavy (a plus when going 25+mph). After assembling the handlebar and tightening a few screws -I was excited to take it for a test ride. That initial acceleration made me realize how much torque this scooter has. I almost let the handlebar go. I would advise new users to start slow, check the settings including its initial acceleration settings which can be changed from strong or soft. It's nice to have options in the settings like cruise control, ABS, speed limit and auto turn off to name a few. While I haven't had the chance to fully test the range, speed and suspension out. I am satisfied with my purchase so far and look forward to taking my Mantis with me on my mini getaways up and down the CA coast to explore.

R
R.W.
Great scooter!

The mantis is great but I was under the impression that there was a black friday deal where you get another scooter if you buy a mantis or wolf. I havent recieved another scooter but would benefit greatly from having it. Please let let me know when possible.

T
T.
Mantis Base Model

I've had this scooter for a week now and have put 30 miles on it so far. I've taken it off road on decently kept gravel roads/trails on my land, through grass, and of course pavement. It's done well on all of it. Has plenty of speed and plenty of battery for my needs. Suspension feels great and pulls hills with ease (185lb rider).

My only complaints so far is that the front motor has a bit of noise/whine when going 10-12 mph. If I'm accelerating through I only hear it for a second but I can hold the speed and make it a constant noise, I've yet to contact FFR about this but I will to see what they say. The other complaint is the rubber mat you stand on does not stay down well at all with the double sided tape they used. Mine is almost all of the way peeled away and would probably fly off if I weren't standing on it. Will get some 3M and fix it myself, a small nitpick that can easily be remedied but I felt it needed mentioning.

Also worth mentioning is to unlock the P settings you need to input code 9221 at the SO screen when you press the Power/Mode buttons down each time you power on the scooter and want to access or change them. This code or the SO screen is not mentioned anywhere in video reviews or the manual and I was able to find it through a Reddit post.

My few complaints aren't enough to drop the rating to a 4, but I'd give it a solid 4.75.

  more detailed info and specs in tabs above  

A true 40mph electric scooter made to delight the advanced rider

  • Commuter scooter - tired of low performance scooters? The Mantis will make you look forward to your daily commute.
  • 2000W electric scooter - with 1000W base output each, the two powerful motors deliver insane acceleration at your fingertips.
  • Best electric scooter for climbing hills - switch on both motors and zip up inclines up to 35%
  • Long range electric scooter - the high efficiency Li-ion batteries deliver up to 50 miles when ridden in ECO mode and single motor drive (PRO model)
  • Glide along as smooth as it gets - the subtle dual suspension eats up any bumps and can handle off road as well
  • Also for heavy adults - with its powerful motors and strong built, the Mantis can handle adults up to 265 lbs with ease

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Customer Reviews

Based on 131 reviews
85%
(112)
8%
(11)
2%
(3)
2%
(3)
2%
(2)
J
J.
Great...Fast Scooter

I recently purchased the Mantis Pro to upgrade from my prior 1000W scooter that was starting to have less charge, so rather than purchase I new battery, I started looking. I happened upon the Wide Wheel at first and started to investigate, but after seeing the small deck as well as the weight limit, I had some pause on the wide wheel. Then I noticed a review comparing the Mantis to the wide wheel and after investigating further, it appeared the Mantis Pro to be a better fit for me being 250lbs. I got the pro version not for the range, but more for the lifecycle as my prior scooter was 4 years old and the capacity of the battery helped it to last all those years with riding in my hilly neighborhood.

First proof point of the Mantis is I took it out and went up a slight hill which it handled with ease in single motor. Second proof point is I went to another hill that is at least 15 degree incline and in dual motor, it was accelerating me up the hill, this thing has power to spare. When in dual motor and off eco, just blipping the throttle you will feel the scooter try to take off with out you, so be prepared as the torque can go (and this is with me setting the torque to come on slower, the original setting is too risky for accidental take offs).

I turned on the ABS, it feels weird as first, but I actually like it and with regenerative and ABS on, I get plenty of stopping power with just the rear, and can stop on very short distances with front and rear, so I like this safety of knowing I can get to a stop if needed. I found myself waiting to brake until much later than my prior scooter which had brakes twice the size of the Mantis ones, so I think the combination of hydraulic, ABS, and regenerative helps bring the Mantis to a stop much quicker.

F
F.E.
THE BEST E-SCOOTER IN THE MARKET( MANTIS BASE)

THE BEST & DURABLE E-SCOOTER OUT THERE!!!!

POSITIVE REVIEW

Speed: it’s really fast, you dont even need both motors running in order for you to go fast, this thing is ridiculous fast. Up hills i can go up to 30mph, flat surfaces i go 37-38 mph even 40 in a full charged. Still fast even with the battery below 65%.

Suspension: trust me, you won’t feel any bump it feels like you’re literally flying. VERY smooth.

Brakes: you can always adjust it, it works pretty good for me.

Weight: 61lbs kind of heavy but i carry mine up to 3 floors no elevator, which is not that hard for me.

Folded dim.: i drive a honda accord and always put it in my trunk and still have space if i want to put anything else.

Battery: I switch between dual motor and single motor everytime i ride it, and still get a lot of range.

Lights: really bright any car in the dark will see you.

NEGATIVE REVIEW

To be honest i am very happy with my Mantis Base the things i do not like is

Weight: i wish it was a lil bit lighter but i guess it has two motors and really fast which makes sense is a little heavy.

The rear fender should be longer because when it rains or the surface is wet your pants can get dirty easily.
Besides that i truly recommend it, it worth every dollar.

A
A.R.

MANTIS - Advanced All Round, Power & Range

M
M.B.
Mantis Pro Adult Scooter

I was ready to purchase a Nanrobot D4 scooter but hesitated because I had reservations about its suspension. If I'm going to spend this much $ on a scooter, I better be completely sold on it. I wanted a scooter that had decent range, enough power(to scare me if I wanted it to) and suspension to take it off road. Is that too much to ask? After searching, scooters that checked all my boxes were either too big/heavy or too expensive (might as well buy a motorcycle). I came across a video of someone riding a FluidFree Mantis and the first thing about the scooter that stood out for him was of its suspension and how nice the ride felt. I saw a few videos and finally checked out FluidFreeRide's website and was pleasantly surprised that they were a US based company. Read the reviews and decided that although I can go cheaper by purchasing the Nanrobot D4, the Mantis and its better designed suspension, its LG battery (Pro) and its MiniMotors USA controllers was worth the difference in price in my opinion. I ordered the Mantis on a Saturday and received it on Wednesday. Fast delivery was a definite plus! My first impression when I first opened the box was that it was bigger than I expected. This is definitely not a toy. The scooter looks to be very well made and heavy (a plus when going 25+mph). After assembling the handlebar and tightening a few screws -I was excited to take it for a test ride. That initial acceleration made me realize how much torque this scooter has. I almost let the handlebar go. I would advise new users to start slow, check the settings including its initial acceleration settings which can be changed from strong or soft. It's nice to have options in the settings like cruise control, ABS, speed limit and auto turn off to name a few. While I haven't had the chance to fully test the range, speed and suspension out. I am satisfied with my purchase so far and look forward to taking my Mantis with me on my mini getaways up and down the CA coast to explore.

R
R.W.
Great scooter!

The mantis is great but I was under the impression that there was a black friday deal where you get another scooter if you buy a mantis or wolf. I havent recieved another scooter but would benefit greatly from having it. Please let let me know when possible.

T
T.
Mantis Base Model

I've had this scooter for a week now and have put 30 miles on it so far. I've taken it off road on decently kept gravel roads/trails on my land, through grass, and of course pavement. It's done well on all of it. Has plenty of speed and plenty of battery for my needs. Suspension feels great and pulls hills with ease (185lb rider).

My only complaints so far is that the front motor has a bit of noise/whine when going 10-12 mph. If I'm accelerating through I only hear it for a second but I can hold the speed and make it a constant noise, I've yet to contact FFR about this but I will to see what they say. The other complaint is the rubber mat you stand on does not stay down well at all with the double sided tape they used. Mine is almost all of the way peeled away and would probably fly off if I weren't standing on it. Will get some 3M and fix it myself, a small nitpick that can easily be remedied but I felt it needed mentioning.

Also worth mentioning is to unlock the P settings you need to input code 9221 at the SO screen when you press the Power/Mode buttons down each time you power on the scooter and want to access or change them. This code or the SO screen is not mentioned anywhere in video reviews or the manual and I was able to find it through a Reddit post.

My few complaints aren't enough to drop the rating to a 4, but I'd give it a solid 4.75.