E-Scooter Buying advice

"Price vs Performance: Understanding the Differences Between Cheap and Expensive E-Scooters"

When it comes to E-Scooters, the price can vary greatly depending on the quality of the materials used in each component and their reliability. Cheaper models often use lower quality materials and components, which can result in a shorter lifespan and poorer performance. More expensive E-Scooters typically feature higher quality materials and components, resulting in better performance, longevity, and safety.

Here are some examples of how the price ranges correspond to the quality and intended usage of E-Scooters:

  • Below £400: These are considered low-end E-Scooters and may work for occasional and less demanding rides, but may not provide the best performance or reliability for frequent use or specialized needs.

  • £400 - £800: These are mid-range E-Scooters and are a good choice for frequent usage, such as daily commuting or longer trips. They offer better quality components and may provide additional features and performance compared to low-end models.

  • Above £800: These are high-end E-Scooters and are the best choice for specialized use, such as off-road adventures or frequent commuting. They feature the highest quality components, advanced technologies, and specialized designs that provide the best performance, reliability, and safety.

When choosing an E-Scooter, it's important to consider your specific needs and usage, and find the best quality and performance level that fits within your budget.

Get to know the different e-scooter classes and find the perfect ride for your needs!


With a top speed of 30 mph, single hub electric scooters are a great choice for everyday use on flat to moderately hilly terrain. They're affordable and perfect for beginners!


Looking for more power? Dual motor e-scooters are the most powerful and fastest type, with higher top speeds, better climbing angles, and higher load capacities. They have bigger batteries, so charging may take longer, but they're worth it for strong hill climbing and longer ranges.

Choose the right e-scooter class for you and enjoy the ride!