The 8 Electric Scooters with the Best Design

Aside from performance, some riders are drawn by an electric scooter’s design. However, electric scooter design is not only concerned with an e-scooter’s appearance, colour, and style but also its function. 


After all, elaborate designs with no purpose can only get in the way of riders during their trip. Moreover, an electric scooter’s simple and practical design is what makes it a convenient personal transport solution. 


So, if you’re looking for electric scooters with some of the best designs, these are some of the best in the market, in no particular order. 


1. Segway Ninebot MAX

One of the most popular electric scooter brands and models worldwide, the Segway Ninebot MAX sports a classic, sleek, and minimal look with a solid IPX7-rated body. Despite its slim look, it features a wide deck and 10-inch slip-proof and explosion-proof tyres, providing a comfortable and smooth riding experience. 


When it comes to controls, the Segway Ninebot MAX offers a standard display screen and features but with the addition of Bluetooth connectivity and maintenance signals. Overall, it’s a function-packed e-scooter for such a classic look.


Check out the Segway Ninebot MAX’s specs below:

Top Speed

25 kph

Max Range

65 km

Weight

21 kg

Max Load

100 kg

Burst Output

700W

Charging Time

6 hours

Foldable

Yes

Brakes

Front drum brake, rear electronic brake

Riding Modes

Eco, Standard, Sport


2. Unagi E500

The Unagi E500 truly has a unique design that you don’t see on most electric scooters. At first glance, the unique stem design, which slightly thins and flattens in the middle, is both eye-catching and functional/ The thinner stem in the middle makes it easy to carry the e-scooter when folded. Along with striking red, blue, black, or white colour options, this electric scooter looks futuristic yet classic at the same time. 


The way it folds is also unique as the folding mechanism is found within the stem. So, the stem hangs above the rear wheel, unlike other e-scooter models that directly lock the stem on the rear wheel fender. Overall, it’s a well-designed and well-built electric scooter that offers premium features. 


Check out this e-scooter’s specs below, or read more about our Unagi E500 review.

Top Speed

25 kph

Max Range

25 km

Weight

10.99 kg

Max Load

120 kg

Burst Output

500W

Charging Time

4 to 5 hours

Foldable

Yes

Brakes

Electronic brake, foot brake

Riding Modes

Beginner, Standard, Professional




3. Mearth S Pro

The Mearth S Pro is a sleek, lightweight, and compact commuter electric scooter that is popular for its switchable battery design. Unlike other electric scooters which store their battery underneath the deck, the Mearth S Pro keeps its battery inside the stem. This makes it easy for riders to take out the battery easily and switch it with another battery. Besides this functional design, the Mearth S Pro has a slim and compact design, making it an ideal commuter electric scooter.


Learn more about its specs below, or read our Mearth S Pro review.

Top Speed

32 kph

Max Range

45 km

Weight

13.5 kg

Max Load

100 kg

Charging Time

3 to 4 hours

Foldable

Yes

Brakes

Disc brake, foot brake, regenerative brake

Riding Modes

Eco, Standard, Sports



4. Xiaomi Mi M365

When it comes to design and functionality, the Xiaomi Mi M365 is one of the best in the market. In fact, this model is one of the world’s most popular e-scooter models because of its practicality, simple design, comfort, and reliability. In fact, the Xiaomi Mi M365 has won the prestigious Red Dot “Best of the Best” Award in 2017. It’s a sleek and lightweight electric scooter that’s loaded with features and functionality.


Read more about its specs below or check out our Xiaomi Mi M365 review.

Top Speed

25 kph

Max Range

30 km

Weight

12.5 kg

Max Load

100 kg

Burst Output

500W

Charging Time

Up to 5 hours

Foldable

Yes

Brakes

Regenerative brake, disc brake



5. Glion Dolly

As its name suggests, the Glion Dolly sports small dolly wheels that can be used to drag the electric scooter easily when folded. It’s a practical design for commuters, and it’s small enough to avoid being a nuisance to riders during and in-between trips. 


Besides the wheels, it also features telescoping handles, allowing you to drag the e-scooter like a piece of luggage. It may not be as aesthetically pleasing as the other e-scooters on this list, but it takes the cake when it comes to portability.


Check out the Glion Dolly’s specs or see how it compares in our Mearth S vs Glion Dolly review.

Top Speed

24 kph

Max Range

24 km

Weight

12.7 kg

Max Load

115 kg

Burst Output

250W

Charging Time

3.5 hours

Foldable

Yes

Brakes

Rear electronic brake



6. Mercane WideWheel Pro

The Mercane WideWheel Pro features a straightforward design that highlights its strength—its wide wheels. These wide wheels may seem uncommon and awkward to look at but it provides better stability and comfort for riders. Because of its wheels, it’s also the perfect medium for those who are looking for both a commuter and an off-road e-scooter. 


Learn more about its specs below.


Top Speed

40 kph

Max Range

50 km

Weight

18-22 kg

Max Load

100 kg

Burst Output

1000W

Charging Time

6 to 8 hours

Foldable

Yes

Brakes

Dual disc brakes


7. Nanrobot D4+

Unlike the other e-scooters on this list, the Nanrobot D4+ features a very rugged design that immediately screams “off-road.” It even has motorcycle-style coil shock absorbers, adding to its look and functionality. 


Although it’s not a relatively portable e-scooter like the others on this list, the Nanrobot D4+ makes its weight an advantage as it helps keep the e-scooter on the ground, especially when riding at high speeds. More importantly, it has one of the most durable bodies among those on this list.


Check out the Nanrobot D4+ specs and performance.

Top Speed

64 kph

Max Range

64 km

Weight

27 kg

Max Load

150 kg

Climbing Angle

45 degrees

Burst Output

2 x 1000W

Charging Time

3 hours

Foldable

Yes

Brakes

Disc brake and regenerative brake

Riding Modes

Eco, Turbo


8. Kaabo Wolf Warrior 11+

Finally, the Kaabo Wolf Warrior 11+ is another off-road electric scooter that showcases its durability and capability through its design. Compared to other electric scooters in this list, it looks like a mini motorcycle without a seat. It features a dual-rod stem and slightly large tyres which give its tough look. However, its design doesn’t lie as it’s one of the most powerful off-road electric scooters in the market.


Check out its specs below.

Top Speed

80 kph

Max Range

150 km

Weight

46 kg

Max Load

150 kg

Climbing Angle

45 degrees

Burst Output

5400W

Charging Time

14 to 17 hours

Foldable

Yes

Brakes

Front and rear hydraulic disc brake with ABS

Riding Modes

Eco, Normal


Ride with convenience and style

These electric scooters offer a balance in terms of style and functionality. Choosing either one of these e-scooters will give you the convenience that you need when commuting daily or travelling on short trips. Moreover, the eye-catching styles of these e-scooters make for a great bonus. 


However, if you’re comparing these electric scooters as a whole, it’s best to look at each of their performances, since each e-scooter has different specs. When choosing an e-scooter, always consider how it fits into your lifestyle. 


For more electric scooter lists and reviews on the best electric scooters for adults, check out Scoot City’s blog page.

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