Zero 9 Electric Scooter Review 400 Kms Later

Zero 9 Review 400 Kms Later

Michael Manukyan
Thank you for reviewing for thick boyz like us. Was looking for material like this.

Michael Robles
“Thank u so much for this video. I noticed the same thing in all the ads, little people flying around on those things. Being a bigger guy I was worried they wouldn’t have enough power for me. This is exactly what I was looking for.”

Peter L
Does the handlebars slowly slide down throughout a ride for you due to road vibrations, rider weight stress, and mere gravity like my Zero 8? I found that just using the provided clamp is not enough. It’d be great if these adjustable handlebar height stems have preset holes with locking positions so this doesn’t happen for greater durability and safety

Andry soesanto
If i meet street bump… Nasty one, which type u recommend it?

Clark Fox
I think you should have gone with the 10 myself but good luck with your new toy .

I’m 170 kg ..can I find e-scooter?

What do I like about the scooter
The lights
The weight for lifting
Practicality _ soccer _ groceries
Deck is sticky
Clear display
Dual brakes

What don’t I like about the scooter
Cleaning the deck is harder

What to look for in buying a Scooter
#1 Buy from a reputable seller…I popped by the other day as I noticed a nut had fallen off and they popped on a new one in moments with a smile (Ride the Glide here in Victoria, serving Canada)

The ZERO 9 is a powerful electric scooter that is comfortable to ride. It comes with integrated front spring suspension in the front steering column and very sophisticated and beautifully designed rear twin air shock suspension.

With 9-inch pneumatic wheels, it offers better ride quality and traction than 8-inch wheeled scooters without the bulk of a 10-inch wheeled scooter – an excellent balance.

With a powerful 600W motor, this scooter out-performs most other scooters of a similar size. All these at a very compelling price. The ZERO 9 is a good choice for long range commutes or leisure rides.

Scooter Specifications
Make: Zero
Model: 9
Motor: 500W direct drive rear, Controller output makes it 600W
Battery: 48v 13.0 ah lithium ion; 624 wh
Charger: 2.0amp, 1.2 lbs
Tires: 8.5 inch air filled
Suspension: Dual
Weight limit: 264 lbs (120 kg)
Scooter Weight: 39.8 lbs (18.1 kg)
folded (LxWxH): 39×7.5×16 inches (99x19x40 cm)
Unfolded (LxWxH): 41x23x35 inches (104x58x89 cm)
Deck Height: 6.5 inches (16.5 cm)
Deck Clearance: 4.5 inches (11.4 cm)
Deck Dimensions: 19.5×7.5 inches x19 cm)
Handlebars from deck: 28.5 to 39 inches ( 72 to 99 cm)
Handlebar Rotation: 60°R/75°L
Handlebar Width: 23 inches (58 cm)
Brakes Rear drum, front 120mm disk

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