Check the basic specs and prices of your stand up electric scooter here. The list below has basic e scooter specs and prices for lots of scooters, and descriptions of e scooters from from H to Z just below the list. Specs and prices for scooters A to G are back1 page.
The Lashout scooter appears to be a pretty good scooter deal, and has some good reviews. The scooter is powered by a 400 Watt motor which claims to have the real output of larger 500 and 600 Watt models. This scooter has front V-Brakes, L.E.D displays, and adjustable rear shocks. The Lashout has been listed as a high quality
scooter by several sources.
The Lashout 48 volt model has been called the fastest electric scooter out there. The 400 Watt version seems to be out of production, though one was recently spooted on ebay for just $400!. The Lashout site still lists the 600 Watt scooter.
While the Razor name may be well known for kick scooters and some of the stand up electric scooter type, there are only a few models worth mentioning here. The Razor is great for younger kids, but not much of a contender compared to many of the other models listed here. The Razor 200 and 300 models are covered in some detail on the Razor Pages.
Schwinn electric Scooters
Schwinn electric scooters are mostly Currie scooters branded with the Schwinn moniker. Many if noa all of these models are discontinued. However, re-furbished scooters and parts continue to be sold. Several Schwinn models are listed here for reference.
Super Turbo Stand up Scooter
Amazon has what looks like a great deal for the money. The US manufactured Super Turbo 800watt Elite 36v gets 5/5 stars from 22 reviews. This is the best we have seen in terms of reviews.
The Super Turbo 800 claims all the power of any 1000 Watt scooter out there due to a more accurate rating of their motor. Their batteries are called “deep cell” a term not to be confused with “deep cycle” of RV battery terminology. The manufacturer states the highest possible quality, and the reviews tend to agree. The cost is the same as the Currie 1000. If the motor claim is true, it appears that the Super Turbo is a Super Deal!
Wave Stand up Scooter
Wave Scooters are well built and styled in a fashion similar to Diggler scooters listed above. The Wave platform features large diameter wheels, and an engineered drives. Even though Wave scooters are stand up electric scooters, they all feature padded seats as well.
There are a few basic Wave models to choose from, including a non powered version. The Wave line focuses on the performance and practical use of a stand up electric scooter. The manufacturer claims that the Pathfinder can toe 275 pounds at 22.5 mph for 20 miles! That is one working scooter.
The Wave Silent Thunder off road scooter is the most powerful stand up electric scooter on this list. It features 2 - 1,800 Watt motors powered by a 48 volt system. The Silent Thunder has 21” balloon type tires and the deck sits 10” off the ground, and a frame built to last. The rig weighs in at 120 pounds dry weight.
The lower end model is powered by lead acid batteries. The upscale models are Li-Ion powered. The Pathfinder is the street version, while the Silent Thunder is an off road E Scooter with wide wheels. Wave Scooters start at $400 and top out at around $2,500.
X-Treme Stand up Electric Scooters
The X-Treme stand up electric scooter line appears well built as do other X-Treme products. The range of scooters runs from the 100 to 600 Watt versions. X-Treme scooters are competitively priced.
The line of X-Treme electric scooters is presented here for comparison with the rest of the manufacturers. For more a more detailed view of X-Treme scooters, head to the X-Treme page.
Zap Stand up Electric Scooters
As with the X-Treme line, Zap electric scooters are presented here for comparison. The Zap page covers the Zappino and other Zap electric scooters in more detail.
One of the latest stand up electric scooters down the road is the 3-wheel Zummer. The ZuumCraft Company, makers of the Zummer have developed what they term the L2S® - Lean2Steer system for smooth operation of the Zummer. The whole scooter leans over in a hard turn. This system is unique amongst the few other 3-wheel stand up electric scooters on the market, such as the E Bikeboard scooter.
The Zuumer sports a 1,000 Watt front wheel motor, 20 mph top end, and a 15 ft stopping distance. Hang on to the bars in a panic stop if you can! The Li-Ion battery pack is estimated to maintain charge for about 1 hour or so of riding. The Zuumer retails for about $2,200.