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https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hove...Id=6342258

It can handle up to 220 lbs of rider. Takes 4 hours to charge but can only go up to 7 miles at 12 mph.

I work 7.5 miles away. I'm out.
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Waiting for some clever-ass coronavirus related comments.

On a serious note, please be aware that some places have laws/regulations that prohibit you from using this type of device on public roads. Do the research first for your area (even though you may be able to get away with it if they aren't enforcing it strictly).
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The price is good but the wheels are small so it will be less stable. Keep that in mind.
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The price is good but the wheels are small so it will be less stable. Keep that in mind.
Depends on your weight, motor skills, etc. I have an escooter with 6.5" tires, ride it for commutes up to 3mi. Operating it with one hand isn't an issue over flat surfaces. But my weight is eclipsed by most adults, so the opposite might hold true for heavier riders.
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I have this scooter. Got it in December for $148 from Walmart. works well. Keep in mind that I'm a very unpatriotic 150lbs

edit: actually the scooter I got was the hover-1 pioneer for $148, it has 8.5" wheels. this price sucks for an inferior scooter...
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The Journey model is also on sale:

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hove...Id=6321423

I have this one and its much better, more comfortable to ride, and can handle more....but it's also more expensive at $299 on sale.
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I have this and I think overall a good scooter. However, mine came with a cracked throttle and the support is basically non-existent. Took them 8 weeks to get back to me and now is saying they can't mail this out because COVID-19. Overall, if you need support, forget about it. I would personally go with a more reputable company.
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Keep in mind that I'm a very unpatriotic 150lbs
LMAO! I'm gonna steal that and use it everywhere.
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No use in CA, NY now.
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Just buy a bike if you plan on using this for actual transportation
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Depends on your weight, motor skills, etc. I have an escooter with 6.5" tires, ride it for commutes up to 3mi. Operating it with one hand isn't an issue over flat surfaces. But my weight is eclipsed by most adults, so the opposite might hold true for heavier riders.
Are you calling us fat?
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This looks identical to the Ion Voyager that was on clearance at Walmart. I bought 2 of those for my kids and they are pretty crappy. My youngest son is 11 and weighs maybe 100 lbs and the scooter will not go faster than about 6 miles an hour and has nowhere near a 7 mile range. The 49.00 I paid for them was too much, let alone 180.00
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I have this scooter. Got it in December for $148 from Walmart. works well. Keep in mind that I'm a very unpatriotic 150lbs

edit: actually the scooter I got was the hover-1 pioneer for $148, it has 8.5" wheels. this price sucks for an inferior scooter...

I bought that scooter during the same deal.
It struggles going up any type of incline, but then again I'm a patriotic 215! lol

I will say, it's fast as hell on flat ground! 15 mph on these feels way faster than you'd think.
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How far can it go with a rider who is like 60% of the max weight?
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Are you calling us fat?
Did you just assume my gravitational pull?
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