Ride off on your next adventure with the Uber Scuuter, a new electric ride-on to get you from places A to B. The Uber Scuuter comes in a compact design that folds up so it can be easily thrown in the car or folded up for commuters on public transit.
You'll need to charge this ride-on up for 3–5 hours to get a maximum charge out of it but once you do it will last you 27 miles on a single charge. We've tested it.
Once you are ready to go, unlock the scooter using the wireless key fob. There is a power on/off button located along the neck of the scooter, which you'll need to make sure is turned on. There is no key needed to start the scooter, simply throttle the handle to take off. At its highest speed, you'll reach 15 MPH. There are four speed settings. Beyond the basic features, this scooter also boosts some high-end features that offer both comfort and safety as you ride. To stop, simply squeeze the brakes.
On the tech side, this scooter features an encrypted keyless entry system; a waterproof Bluetooth speaker; a USB port to charge your devices on the go; and an LCD display screen that shows details such as speed, battery life, mileage, and temperature.
On the safety side, it's got a lot of things that any driver would look for and expect from a higher-end ride-on such as a large LED headlight, genuine leather seat, mud guards on the tires, kick-stand, and a quick-stop braking system.
The Uber Scuuter weighs about 40 pounds and holds a maximum weight of 264 pounds.
Our biggest bone to pick with this ride-on is that it's in the metric system. And while that really isn't an issue for users outside the U.S., when you are trying to monitor your speed, etc., this does make things more difficult. And because it is available for purchase in the U.S. that just doesn't make sense. We wish there was a way to switch between the two modes.
As with any ride-on, you'll need to take necessary safety precautions before riding, such as ensuring the Scuuter is properly unfolded and we are always wearing a helmet when riding. This is especially important to keep in mind for an electric ride-on such as the Uber Scuuter, which is not a toy.
The scooter bike will automatically power down if left on accidentally.
The Uber Scuuter is currently only sold through the company's website.
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