Vsett 10+ Mudguard
Vsett scooters took the electric scooter industry to the forefront with some remarkable moves. Vsett 10+ Mudguard. For instance the fact that GoTrax has had a difficult time equipping their scooters with suspensions, the cheapest Vsett scooters comes with suspension with two springs.
Alternatively, while Minimotors does not get its scooters IP certified however, all Vsett’s models are rated IP54, making them highly efficient as all-year-round scooters. It’s important to note that every Vsett scooter comes complete with an NFC Immobiliser for the keycard that shows the seriousness with which the company approaches its work in the field of smart scooter design.
Vsett Intelligent Technology Co is just a few years old in the electric scooter world and yet they’re an organization that scooter enthusiasts should keep an eye on. They are known for releasing nearly flawless performance electric scooters with varying prices. They are a step above the rest in a variety of parameters, e.g. range and speed as well as ride quality, comfort, reliability as well as ride quality as well as overall efficiency. Vsett 10+ Mudguard.
The scooters are constantly evaluated against other models of similar brands. However, the market for Vsett is very internal, with each subsequent release leaving the market impressed than the previous.
What is on Every VSETT Electric Scooter
- Ports for charging are located on the top of deck
- LG Batteries
- NFC card reader for unlocking scooter
- Turn signal indicators
- New QS-S4 throttle version to avoid magnetic failure
- Adjustable suspension
- Rear foot rest
- Rating of water resistance for IP44
The Vsett 9+ is one this kind of marvel. The exquisite craftsmanship is described to the letter. You may be awed by the curving design on the handles or the lightweight of this dual-motor scooter- there’s plenty to entice your fancy. It’s quick and will take you over long distances- excellent qualities for anyone looking to purchase an electric scooter for commuters. Vsett 10+ Mudguard.
The scooter isn’t weighing tons, like other dual motor and dual suspension capacity battery-powered performance scooters. Additionally, it comes with Vsett’s unique three-stem locking system that makes this scooter portable enough to be carried on public transport or even in the trunk of your vehicle.
VSETT 9 E-Scooter Specs and Features
The VSETT 9 is their slightly bigger single motor scooter than the VSETT 8. It has adjustable suspension as well as the ability to collapse the handlebars. Vsett 10+ Mudguard. It has a larger deck, as well as an new clamp, which is similar to the clamps you find on those Rion scooters.
When I first saw the clamp in the VSETT 9 as well as Rion on the street, I actually prefer the clamps for the VSETT 9, 9+ and 10+ better. The Rion clamp is very strong, however it was just an Velcro strap to hold it. The clamp on the VSETT scooters was as robust as the Rion but it had two additional security features.
It comes in a black and teal color which I’m sure my wife will love since she is a sucker for all things teal. It also locks in it when folded. The hook that holds it in place after folding can also double to become a bag hook when the scooter is unfolded.
VSETT 9+ E-Scooter Specs and Features
The VSETT 9+ is very like the 9 except that it has dual motors instead of a single motor. It comes in the exact color as the 9. When I first looked at the VSETT line, I thought I was going to be most impressed with the 10+, but the 9+ is what surprised me the most.
It’s the VSETT 9+ is a dual motorbike with 650 watts and I wasn’t thinking much about it when reviewing the specs sheet. However, once I had the chance to test ride the 9+ I was blown amazed at how quick and responsive the motorbike is. I was worried that the 10+ was about to speed off, leaving the 9+ behind but it turned out to be capable of keeping up.
I normally gravitate towards the powerful scooters, however I could easily see my self having the 9+ for a regular driver. It was fast but lightweight. (lightweight for me, but to some it might weigh in at 62lbs.) I was able to bunny hop the 9+ and was able to get plenty of air even on flat ground.
VSETT 8 E-Scooter Specs and Features
VSETT 8 VSETT 8 can be described as the entry level and cost-effective scooter of the VSETT line. It’s a single motor commuter designed to travel up to 25 mph in a single motor and get about 25 miles actual usage. It comes with an adjustable rear shock as well as a an oversized rear tire that can prevent flats.
The VSETT 8 offers an adjustable handlebar height, collapsible handles as well as a locking folding mechanism. REV Rides will be carrying two batteries versions of the 8 at first. The two models will have one of the 15.6 amp hour model using Chinese batteries, and the second version will include the version with 21 amps using LG batteries. Vsett 10+ Mudguard.
With the electric brake, rear drum brake and the solid front tire it should assist in keeping maintenance low. It offers the front and rear swing arm suspension which should be an improvement to the smaller spring suspension found included in the ZERO 8
VSETT 8+ E-Scooter Specs and Features
The VSETT 8+ is pretty much identical with the VSETT 8 but it has dual motors and two solid tires. It is specifically designed to climb higher hills as well as have a greater speeds, and does not have flats compared to that of the VSETT 8.
VSETT 10+ E-Scooter Specs and Features
The VSETT 10+ is a dual 1400 w motor beast. It is available in yellow and black and is said to be a step above that of the ZERO 10X. I’ve seen it referred to it as looking like the Bumblebee Transformer. Vsett 10+ Mudguard.
The VSETT 10+ has hydraulic Nutt brakes, which I like over the Zoom brakes. It comes with 10 inch tires that measure 3 inches wide. It has a sturdy clamp that looks like that of the RION scooters.
It does come with an option for sport mode that can only activate for 2 minutes and then take breaks of 10 minutes. I’ve heard of people complaining about this feature, however I find it to be a good method to avoid controller damage due to overheating.
I like it that VSETT 10+ is able to fold in itself once folded, since the ZERO 10X isn’t making it hard for portability. The hook used to keep the scooter together also doubles as a hanger for bags or helmets while you’re in a store.
It is equipped with an IP44 waterproof resistant rating. Even though the scooter has an IP44 rating for water resistance but none of the distributors will warrant the damage caused by water. This deck, 10+ is larger than the 10X deck, which means it will be much larger.
I saw a ton of videos and photos promoting VSETT 10+. VSETT 10+ that comes with EXA Form 290 shocks. After riding the prototype to its final version I discovered that they don’t have the EXA Form 290 shock. I had hoped they’d have one of the EXA Form 290 shocks because they’re more comfortable.
The good thing is that the shocks are a traditional size so that it is simple to purchase and install a replacement.
VSETT 11+ E-Scooter Specs and Features
When I see an image of the VSETT 11+ I immediately visualize Captain America. A few people have expressed their disgust for the colors on the VSETT 11+, but I am a fan of the style. I could imagine myself getting dressed in an Captain America costume and riding the scooter on Halloween.
Okay, that’s enough about costumes, you probably are here for the specifications. It’s the VSETT 11+ is the top of the line scooter from the VSETT line. It features a massive headlight that appears like it came from a motorbike.
The VSETT 11+ boasts dual 1500 watt motors, but is a 60V battery. I do wish they would had come up with an a 72V battery, but I’m betting they’ll launch another 72V version in the future. It does offer dual stems , which is always a nice feature for stability.
The 11+ comes with 11 inch tires which measure 4 inches in width. It also has a sport mode , similar to the 10+, but it only lasts 2 minutes , then it shuts off for 10 minutes. It’s the biggest scooter in the VSETT range.
I would like to see the 11+ had the same clamp that we are using for the 9+ and the 10+. Instead, we’re using the same clamp used in the zero 11X. Not sure why they didn’t use the unique clamp, but I’d like to see it on future versions. Vsett 10+ Mudguard.