36V 300W 9.6Ah

MOSQUITO - Ultra Portable and Fast

Sale price Price $479.00 Regular price $599.00

Out of stock until further notice - check out the portable CITYRIDER electric scooter as an alternative.

This lightweight and foldable electric scooter is right for everyone who needs a compact and ultra portable scooter to take on the train, up the stairs, or just to store away at home. With only 22 pounds, its 36V 300W motor will reach a top speed of 20 mph. The 9.6Ah LG battery promises a range of up to 15 miles. Its front and rear suspension is essential for riding comfort for a scooter with 6" wheels. Use the integrated USB port for charging your phone on the go. 

Reinvent your style of transportation - the sleek looking Mosquito will speed up your ride to work or class and make your life a little bit more fun. Guaranteed!

Upgraded 2019 version - with slightly longer front stem for more riding comfort, upgraded controller and larger LG battery. Available in matte black.

FREE SHIPPING within continental US!

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
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Strong power and light weight

The power is there for me to go 18+ mph on the street. It has three speeds but I always ride in "3" the fastest speed. While there is suspension this isn't an off road machine so I would make sure to watch out for larger pot holes because the smaller wheels make it hard to handle the bigger pot holes. That said, the speed and light weight make it a great option for people who will carry this or put it in a trunk like I do for the last few miles. I have to also commend the service and responsiveness of email support from Fluid, they have been very responsive and that helps, I would buy from Fluid again.

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D.C.
Great Commuter Scooter

I'm currently living in Pittsburgh and it's quite useful in commuting up and down the small hills here. It's not a heavy or large scooter so you can bring it up and down stairs quite easily. Easy travel on sidewalks and roads. Only had it for around 3 weeks but it's been nice so far.

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M.M.
Mosquito Madness!

I commute 3 miles to the LIRR using my Mosquito!
I then take the NY City Subway .7 miles to my job. I have a lot of fun and feel young again. I am 235lbs and the mosquito moves me at maximum speed 17MPH. Love it!

J
J.P.
My experience with the Mosquito (125 miles thus far)

I ordered the Mosquito to get to work (3 miles one way) mostly using a paved bike path and roads in my city. I received the scooter quickly and it was clean and very sleek looking. I like how easy it is to carry, because the wheels are small it's such a light scooter. I bought yoga bag strap on amazon and just sling it around my shoulders to bring up to work and into the apartment.

The actual ride of the scooter is not the smoothest ride, but also not the worst ride I've been on with scooters this price range. The smaller airless tires make the unit light and has no flats, however it does make for a slightly less smooth ride than the larger air tires of some scooters. The front and rear suspension work great in my experience in making the ride smoother, I never feel too rough like I'm slipping off or like on a skateboard. I will say you need to be extra cautious of road conditions you are traveling on. Large potholes and cracks are a no-no for this scooter, so maybe rethink if you are going over rough terrain.

I am 5'7, 190lbs. On my city's straight bike path I easily get 19mph consistently in third gear. This thing is plenty fast and provides great power for being such a light scooter. Like a lot of the similar priced app scooters, the Mosquito is not the best on hills and will be slow going up them, but so far I haven't run into many issues on this front. The handlebars feel good, I like the accelerator/brake paddles (adjustable) and the brakes seem to be doing good, I feel like I stop at a reasonable distance. Both rear and front lights are good to have and work well.

Putting 125 miles on it, I feel like I put a good amount of wear on it. I have had to tighten up bolts/screws and adjust things here and there like I would my bike, but so far nothing I couldn't do myself. I was a little nervous of the front stem and wheel and how much large/thicker it was compared to the rest of the scooter, but this thing is built well and I've haven't had to do a...

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D.
A blast to drive, at 60 yrs old, my second childhood.

I live about a mile from work and wanted a means of quickly getting there. I thought something small and portable would be good. I shopped around and saw the MOSQUITO. The charge port was high on the steering pole not near the ground, it had lights since I might get out of work after dark. It also went a maximum of 20 mph. At 136 pounds I regularly get 18.4- 18.7 mph full throttle. I've hit 19.1 on a fresh battery on level ground and a calm day. My daughter 115 pounds hits 19.4 and occasionally 19.8 . At 90 to 100 pounds you might get 20 mph regularly on level ground. Using the electric brake, shift your weight to the rear and squat a little and it won't feel like your going to be thrown over the handle bars. Brakes work well. Battery gets to maximum capacity after 3 or 4 charge discharge cycles. Now my daughter wants to save up for one just to ride for fun.

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M.
Mosquito

Purchased a Mosquito for my daughter to use at school. We are all impressed with the build quality, ride, and weight. The built-in shocks are a definite plus compared to similarly priced scooters. We definitely have no regrets.

No compromise - the Mosquito Electric Scooter is lightweight and portable, yet high powered and fast 

  • Ultra Portable - Just 22 pounds and folds to a compact 43x7.6x10.7 inches
  • Powerful - the 36V 300W brushless hub motor delivers hill climbing torque and speeds up to 20mph 
  • Long range - the high efficiency Lithium-ion 9.6Ah LG battery delivers 15 miles of range (always depending on rider weight and road conditions)
  • Loaded with features - dual suspension, LED headlight, battery powered tail light, edgeless display, USB charging port for your phone 

Check out these videos to see for yourself

Stay tuned - we will upload our own footage soon!

Electrified Review of the Mosquito

Fluidfreeride Introduction Video

Testing footage from a South Korean blog

Packed with powerful features

These features make our lightweight electric scooter the perfect choice for riders wanting an ultra portable, fast, and sleekly designed vehicle.

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lightweight electric scooter with app

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
83%
(20)
13%
(3)
4%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
C
C.B.
Strong power and light weight

The power is there for me to go 18+ mph on the street. It has three speeds but I always ride in "3" the fastest speed. While there is suspension this isn't an off road machine so I would make sure to watch out for larger pot holes because the smaller wheels make it hard to handle the bigger pot holes. That said, the speed and light weight make it a great option for people who will carry this or put it in a trunk like I do for the last few miles. I have to also commend the service and responsiveness of email support from Fluid, they have been very responsive and that helps, I would buy from Fluid again.

D
D.C.
Great Commuter Scooter

I'm currently living in Pittsburgh and it's quite useful in commuting up and down the small hills here. It's not a heavy or large scooter so you can bring it up and down stairs quite easily. Easy travel on sidewalks and roads. Only had it for around 3 weeks but it's been nice so far.

M
M.M.
Mosquito Madness!

I commute 3 miles to the LIRR using my Mosquito!
I then take the NY City Subway .7 miles to my job. I have a lot of fun and feel young again. I am 235lbs and the mosquito moves me at maximum speed 17MPH. Love it!

J
J.P.
My experience with the Mosquito (125 miles thus far)

I ordered the Mosquito to get to work (3 miles one way) mostly using a paved bike path and roads in my city. I received the scooter quickly and it was clean and very sleek looking. I like how easy it is to carry, because the wheels are small it's such a light scooter. I bought yoga bag strap on amazon and just sling it around my shoulders to bring up to work and into the apartment.

The actual ride of the scooter is not the smoothest ride, but also not the worst ride I've been on with scooters this price range. The smaller airless tires make the unit light and has no flats, however it does make for a slightly less smooth ride than the larger air tires of some scooters. The front and rear suspension work great in my experience in making the ride smoother, I never feel too rough like I'm slipping off or like on a skateboard. I will say you need to be extra cautious of road conditions you are traveling on. Large potholes and cracks are a no-no for this scooter, so maybe rethink if you are going over rough terrain.

I am 5'7, 190lbs. On my city's straight bike path I easily get 19mph consistently in third gear. This thing is plenty fast and provides great power for being such a light scooter. Like a lot of the similar priced app scooters, the Mosquito is not the best on hills and will be slow going up them, but so far I haven't run into many issues on this front. The handlebars feel good, I like the accelerator/brake paddles (adjustable) and the brakes seem to be doing good, I feel like I stop at a reasonable distance. Both rear and front lights are good to have and work well.

Putting 125 miles on it, I feel like I put a good amount of wear on it. I have had to tighten up bolts/screws and adjust things here and there like I would my bike, but so far nothing I couldn't do myself. I was a little nervous of the front stem and wheel and how much large/thicker it was compared to the rest of the scooter, but this thing is built well and I've haven't had to do a...

D
D.
A blast to drive, at 60 yrs old, my second childhood.

I live about a mile from work and wanted a means of quickly getting there. I thought something small and portable would be good. I shopped around and saw the MOSQUITO. The charge port was high on the steering pole not near the ground, it had lights since I might get out of work after dark. It also went a maximum of 20 mph. At 136 pounds I regularly get 18.4- 18.7 mph full throttle. I've hit 19.1 on a fresh battery on level ground and a calm day. My daughter 115 pounds hits 19.4 and occasionally 19.8 . At 90 to 100 pounds you might get 20 mph regularly on level ground. Using the electric brake, shift your weight to the rear and squat a little and it won't feel like your going to be thrown over the handle bars. Brakes work well. Battery gets to maximum capacity after 3 or 4 charge discharge cycles. Now my daughter wants to save up for one just to ride for fun.

M
M.
Mosquito

Purchased a Mosquito for my daughter to use at school. We are all impressed with the build quality, ride, and weight. The built-in shocks are a definite plus compared to similarly priced scooters. We definitely have no regrets.

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