Vsett scooters came along and have taken the electric scooter market by storm with some highly unprecedented actions. Vsett Kolobezky. For example, while GoTrax has been struggling to equip their scooters with suspension, the cheapest Vsett scooters rocks two spring suspension systems.
However, while Minimotors does not get its scooters certified IP, all of 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 with an NFC keys card immobiliser, which indicates how serious the company is about its craft in terms of intelligent scooter design.
Vsett Intelligent Technology Co is just a few years old in the world of electric scooters, but they are a force that scooting enthusiasts must keep an eye on. They are known for producing nearly flawless electric scooters at varied price points. The scooters are a cut above other models across a range of specs, e.g. range, speed as well as ride quality, comfort, reliability as well as ride quality and overall performance. Vsett Kolobezky.
The scooters are constantly scrutinized against models from other brands. Still, the competition for Vsett is quite internal, with each subsequent launch leaving customers more surprised than the last.
What is on Every VSETT Electric Scooter
- Charge ports on top of deck
- LG Batteries
- NFC card reader to unlock scooter
- Turn signal indicators
- New QS-S4 throttle version to avoid magnetic failure
- Adjustable suspension
- Rear foot rest
- Water resistance IP44 rating
The Vsett 9+ is one such marvel. The fine craftsmanship is described to the point of perfection. If you’re amazed by the curving design of handlebars, or the lightweight of this dual-motor scooter- there’s plenty to entice your fancy. This 9+ model is quick and will take you over long distances- excellent qualities for anyone looking to purchase an electric scooter for commuters. Vsett Kolobezky.
The scooter does not weigh tons, like other dual motor and dual suspension capacity battery-powered performance scooters. Additionally, it is equipped with Vsett’s exclusive Triple Stem Locking Mechanism, making the scooter a good choice to take it on public transportation or in the trunk of your vehicle.
VSETT 9 E-Scooter Specs and Features
The VSETT 9 is their slightly bigger single motor scooter than their VSETT 8. It offers adjustable suspension and collapsible handlebars. Vsett Kolobezky. It has a larger deck, as well as an new clamp, which is similar to the ones that you can find on Rion scooters. Rion scooters.
When I saw clamp in the VSETT 9, and Rion in person, I preferred the clamp that was on the VSETT 9, 9+ and 10+ better. It’s true that the Rion clamp is sturdy, but it was just an Velcro strap to secure it. The clamp on VSETT scooters was equally sturdy as the Rion but it had two security features.
It is available in a teal and black color which I’m sure my wife will like because she is a sucker for all things teal. It also locks into itself when folded. The hook used to lock it in place when folded, doubles up to become a bag hook when the scooter is folded.
VSETT 9+ E-Scooter Specs and Features
The VSETT 9+ is very like the 9 except that it is equipped with two motors instead of a single motor. It is available in the same colour of the 9. When I first started looking at the VSETT line, I was thinking I would be the most impressed by the 10+, however the 9+ surprised me the most.
The VSETT 9+ is a dual motorbike with 650 watts, so I didn’t think much about it when reviewing the specs sheet. But, when I finally got the chance to test ride the 9+ I was completely blown amazed at how quick and smooth the bike is. I was thinking that the 10+ was about to fly off and leave the 9+ in the dust however, it was capable of keeping pace.
I normally gravitate towards the high powered scooters but I could see my self having the 9+ for a regular driver. It was light and fast. (lightweight to me , but to some it might weigh in at 62lbs.) I learned how to bunny hop the 9+, and it’s possible to get a ton of fresh air on almost any flat surface.
VSETT 8 E-Scooter Specs and Features
The VSETT 8 is the entry-level and affordable scooter in the VSETT line. It’s a single motor commuter designed to travel up to 25 miles per hour in a single motor and get about 25 miles of real usage range. It comes with an adjustable rear shock and an oversized rear tire that can prevent flats.
The VSETT 8 offers an adjustable bar height, collapsible handlebars as well as a locking folding mechanism. REV Rides will offer two batteries models of the eight at first. The two versions will be that of 15.6 amp hour version using Chinese batteries, and the second version will be the 21 amp hour version that uses LG batteries. Vsett Kolobezky.
With its electric brakes front drum brake, rear drum brake and a solid back tire should aid in keeping maintenance to a minimum. It comes with both rear and front swing arm suspension that can be an improvement to the smaller spring suspension found that comes with the ZERO 8
VSETT 8+ E-Scooter Specs and Features
The VSETT 8+ is pretty similar with VSETT 8 in a lot of ways. It’s similar to VSETT 8 but it has two motors in addition to two solid tires. It is specifically designed to climb higher hills, have a higher top speed, and does not have flats like VSETT 8. VSETT 8.
VSETT 10+ E-Scooter Specs and Features
The VSETT 10+ is a dual 1400w motor beast. It comes 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 a Bumblebee Transformer. Vsett Kolobezky.
The VSETT 10+ comes with hydraulic Nutt brakes that I would prefer over Zoom brakes. It has 10 inch tires that are just 3 inches long. It comes with a strong clamp that resembles the one on it’s RION scooters.
It does have a sport mode button that can only activate for 2 minutes and then take an interval of 10 minutes. There have been complaints about this feature but I believe it’s a good way to prevent controller damages by overheating.
I like it that VSETT 10+ is able to fold to itself after folding, due to the fact that the ZERO 10X isn’t making it difficult to transport. The hook that is used to keep the scooter together doubles into a hook to hang bags or helmets while you’re in a store.
It comes with an IP44 waterproof rating. Although the scooter does have a water resistant rating however, none of the distributors warranty the damage caused by water. The 10+ deck is bigger than the 10X, so it will be much larger.
I saw a ton of photos and videos marketing the VSETT 10+ that comes with EXA Form 290 shocks. However, after testing the final model, I found they don’t have any of the EXA Form 290 shock. I was hoping they would have EXA Form 290 shocks. EXA Form 290 shocks since they are more comfortable.
The good news is that the shocks are of a standard size, making it easy to buy and install a new.
VSETT 11+ E-Scooter Specs and Features
Whenever I see VSETT 11+, or any other VSETT 11+ I immediately visualize Captain America. There are some who have expressed their disgust for the color scheme on the VSETT 11+, but I am a fan of the style. I could imagine myself getting dressed in a Captain America costume and riding the bike around for Halloween.
So, that’s enough about costumes, chances are you came for the specs. VSETT 11+ VSETT 11+ is the most popular scooter in the VSETT line. It has a gigantic headlight that looks like it was ripped off of a motorbike.
The VSETT 11+ boasts dual 1500 watt motors but still an 60V battery. I would like to have created this with a 72V battery but I’m betting they’ll launch a 72V version in the future. It does offer two stems which is always nice to ensure stability.
The 11+ has 11 inch tires that are 4 inches wide. It comes with a sport mode like the 10+ that is only for 2 minutes and shuts off after 10 minutes. It’s the largest scooter of the VSETT range.
I’d like to see that the 11+ came with the same clamp that we are using on the 9+ and 10+. Instead, we’re using the same clamp used in the zero 11X. Not sure why they didn’t choose to use the new clamp, however I’d love to see it on future renditions. Vsett Kolobezky.