EMOVE Cruiser Electric Scooter Review – Fast 45 Km/h & 100 Km Range
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so I am back checking out electric
scooters. This scooter makes all the others I’ve looked at seem like little
toys as you can see it’s very large this is from VORO motors it’s called the e
move cruiser and it really is a cruiser this one here so it’s got larger ten
inch wheels on it dual disc brakes, dual suspension so front and back very
nice ride to it it is heavy so this one’s not really one for maximum
portability is it gonna be collapsing it as you can see I’ve got it in its collapsed
state right now it weighs about 24 kilos and that is because it has a huge 30 amp
hour battery in this one so it’s massive with a range up to they claim a hundred
kilometers so if you need to do some serious kilometers and you also want to
do it with speed then this is perhaps a scooter to check out so this video I’m
going to cover the design in the build we’ll check it out in detail the
controls and then of course my road tests and then at the end of the video
my final overall opinion of the emove cruiser here so we have 10 inch rubber
tires on this I do highly recommend putting something like a self sealant
solution in there just to avoid any punctures
something like slime will definitely help so the fork and front suspension
feels very solid and it does help soak up those little bumps there the overall
construction of the scooter is really good you can see right here we do have a
front-facing light now this light I wish it was a little higher is pointed down
onto the road it is one of three front facing lights the other two are located
either side and there is a button on the bottom to turn them on and off so you
can have them really just as they run time LED lights the scooter does come
with this solid kickstand it supports the weight and you can see we’ve got a
very large dick here everyone with my 43 euro sized feet I can fit them on the
deck of this one no problem whatsoever you would even have room for a passenger
if you wanted to perhaps carry a child with you they can stand in front of you
there’s definitely room on this deck we’ve got a very nice mud guard here on
the rear it’s big and there’s no manual brakes on this so again another disc
brake there on the rear we got this suspension setup which works very well
and the lighting as well does work great so this is good for safety so with the
handlebars extended now you can see we have these solid rubber grips here are
all controls here so the power on there we’ve got the different modes to go
through sets to cycling through the odometer,
trip meter the time etc and you can see we’ve got to read out there so this is
backlit with a blue light and you can see our speed which currently is set two
kilometers per hour for me and then we have some other controls on the left
here so we have the indicator and the horn and lights so if you’ve got
indicated if you need that it makes a buzzing noise when you switch it the
indicator lights are on the back only not on the front the handlebar is
completely adjustable to the height of it so someone short is riding it then
you can lower it right down for them so I think the manufacturer covers it best
on how to override the speed limit so there is a link in the description of
this video check that out if you want to go past the factory 25 kilometer limit
that they set and just to quickly demonstrate the lights now so I will
flick the switch at the top turn them on you can see the rear brake lights they
are quite good because you can see it from pretty much all angles and that’s
what it looks like now from the rear and then the front we’ve got those two
lights either side as I pointed out and then the main projector here which has a
lens on it and it’s quite powerful as you can see I’ve got it aimed at the
wall there so good lighting so this is by far the biggest corner of the scooter
is that it is very large and it does weigh about 23-24 kilos so lifting it in
and out of the car is not something you want to do all the time because it does
collapse it folds up and even the handlebars as I did show you and it will
take a rather large boot to actually fit it right inside so when you get started
there’s a little pin on the side you can see right here now this needs to be
pulled out but in order to do this we’re got to push down on the handle bar right
here so push that down pull the pin out and then the handlebars can be pushed in
that it will lock on place you’ll hear it click on the right bottom you will
find the charge port so it’s covered by a dust flap as you can see charge time
is very slow so it takes around about 10 to 11 hours to fully charge
okay so first ride kick off and accelerate and you notice straight away
wow that’s got a lot of power very comfortable ride a lot of acceleration
I’ll just do a quick test break now very good breaks this breaks and you can
actually lock the rear up as I just did if you’re a little too heavy-handed on
it 30 33 34 and almost 40 but we’re running out of road space here now there
are a few pedestrians around so I’m taking it real easy here but it’s wanted
to comment on the right comfort that it is really nice this is by far the best
that I have tested out out of all the secures that I have reviewed it’s just
really comfortable with those air filled large tires the dual suspension and just
the weight of it as well I think helps out it just feels really good so that’s
a rough train ahead let’s see how it handles it a bit of gravel as you can
see and a few bumps it’s doing a really good job there it’s just sort of
bouncing and just cruising over that with the suspension and goes up that
claim with ease so here’s an interesting drop and then climb let’s see how it’s
going to handle this gives you a lot of confidence it’s
really good I mean look how easy this is for the scooter just go up it just so
much power Here I am now at the end of Las Rotas Denia this is in the
Mediterranean coast and Spain were over filming and it’s made it to the end it’s
a difficult road because there is a lot of rough road there are quite a few
claims and other scooters I’ve tested they were down to about 40% only battery
life after this and he can see that I’ve only lost I would calculate
approximately fifteen to ten percent battery so this is holding up really
well so this is where the law wants you to use these electric scooters here in
Spain is on dedicated bike lanes here as you can see which is great there’s a lot
of these around and dénia so this is really nice and easy for getting around
town it’s just to use a scooter like this so take a look now I’ve finished my
trip you’re running out of time twenty two point six kilometers down
I still have 80% battery left this is amazing the kind of range that you can
get out of this considering I was not taken in taking it easy at all a lot of
acceleration climbing so 21.45 here with the GPS there’s a slight difference
and that is probably because this sometimes pauses when I was moving it
didn’t come on until it detected me moving where this was counting the whole
time there so excellent range from the emove cruiser okay so to quickly recap
where we have I believe one of the best scooters that at least I have reviewed
in the channel it is the best by far ride comfort very comfortable to ride on
plenty of celebration we’ve got a peak 1600 watt motor the range is absolutely
amazing because all the other scooters I review they top out about 18 kilometers
now I’ve done 22 kilometers and it’s only at 80 percent battery so we can get
I think at least up to 100 they claim and that claim is holding true there
differently it just breaks it good they make a little bit of a noise sometimes
you get a little bit of rattle from the front suspension to going over some big
bumps and the bulk and the weight of it so it’s a heavy scooter if you need
something that’s really portable they need to take upstairs go onto lifts tiny
little lifts all the time then you probably
one of those smaller ones but if you need to do some serious kilometers you
want plenty of power for climbs, comfort a large deck that this has good lighting
then I believe this is definitely the scooter to go for which is the emove
cruiser here from vero motors thank you so much for watching this review please
do like and subscribe for hopefully more upcoming electric scooter reviews in the
future

91 thoughts on “EMOVE Cruiser Electric Scooter Review – Fast 45 Km/h & 100 Km Range

  1. eMove Cruiser e-scooter Specs:

    26AH or 30AH versions

    52V 1600W peak rear motor

    Max weight (load) 160 kilos

    Range 100kms+ (30AH version)

    24 kilos weight. Folded height 40cm. Length 124 cm

    Can climb up to 30% slopes

    Full charge time 10 hours. (30AH version)

    3-speed modes

    140mm disc brakes

    10" by 2.5" pneumatic tires

    Different modes and increase the speed limit: https://www.voromotors.com/blogs/news/ever-wonder-what-does-p0-p9-stands-for

  2. I live in denia too and never I saw you hahahaha. Would be very well if we could meet us some day and talk about technology 😊😊😊

  3. With a robust scooter like this I missed a seat mounting option. Especially if it's a 100km distance… ( I can see on their website, that there is an option like that. )

  4. ‪I love that your government has setup scooter lanes. These kind of scooters are completely banned in my city. Would love one for commutes slightly longer than can be walked‬

  5. Hey Chris, what are your thoughts about electric scooter as a transportation method? You're one of the few people I can trust with such an expensive decision. This could probably be a video, but what do you think are the pros ans cons of using an electric scooter? I have heard that wind and rain are difficult, some people report problems with dogs, some say the road needs to be very flat. I'm really afraid of running into problems no one told me about after buying one.

  6. i rather pick smaller one that could justified for carrying it inside.
    this is to big to be put beside my seat on morning breakfast at McD.

  7. This looks like a fantastic scooter. With that much money though I could probably buy a used car. Chris, what would you recommend for a sub-$500 scooter?

  8. Helmet, a sumo suit and a life insurance……I believe all that is necessary to ride a 45 km/h monster like this. (I would not trust myself on it).

  9. Seems a bit unsophisticated. Lots of cheap OEM parts, zip ties and exposed mechanics. I guess they spent it all on the drivetrain, which seems impressive.

  10. So neat. The only times I envy city dwelling folk is seeing how cool you all can move around and travel everywhere without a car.

    beautiful scenery there too!

  11. is this own money or freebie.. ?
    always something that is vital to get clear from a given reviewer when seeing reviews on youtube, just to make things transparent, after all its 1300USD before any taxes.
    and something like this would reach closer to 2000 USD in EU like Denmark if one decided to jump on it, hence your review and it will to some extent influence even if you try not too, if you have paid 2000 USD of own money or 1000usd or fx 500 or if you got it for nothing, so therefore it always nice to just make things transparent so the viewer at least can relate from what investment standpoint you're relating from.
    thx for the vid.

  12. This is based off a speedway 4 scooter you can infact change more settings other then remove the speed limit you can also increase the acceleration and remove the need to kick off before accelerating. I believe the original speedway 4 is 52v 24ah I think and it's cheaper

  13. Emove Cruiser is just a rebranded Speedway 4 by Minimotors(korean company). You can get good deals on this scooter from aliexpress.

  14. Yeah all the "160kg max" is good and fun and big and strong for…. people below 100kg. When you are above 100kg…. I don't think I can ride manual stuff safely, I mean I haven't really seen any affordable scooters or bikes that can reliably support bigger people, so trusting an electric Ellie to survive for over 1 grand… Nope. For 100-200$ – sure, it might be good for the muscles and for the footwear. Above 200$? Cheaper to buy new footwear.

  15. BEing almost knock down by one of this fancy powerful legal grey area transport I HATE THEM BUT good review as usual.

  16. I've had mine for about 8 weeks. I think it's misleading to say 27 mph as it can easily get to say 22 mph, but then crawls to get up to about 24-25 mph. This is of course after a full nights charge. I weight 170 lbs. And yes the speed settings are maxed out.

  17. Do you think you will be reviewing any Dualtron electric scooters anytime soon? They are lauded to be some of the best in the world.

  18. Just one thing, that pin for the folding looks a bit fail able, it seems to rely on the pin itself holding all the weight, so as time goes by you go over many bumps and such it seems to me that it could be a week spot on the scooter and to have a week spot at the folding point seems potentially very dangerous on a scooter that could go above 25 kph even at 25 kph seem quite risky.

    From new the pin would be great but over time and use it seems to me the pin could be a week spot.
    Perhaps something to consider and take a good look at!

  19. The only problem with this kind of model that nobody tells is that the spot on the steering where the body attached sometimes after a few rides unbend and is dangerous.

  20. With this electric car, my life is more enjoyable. It is not only convenient but also safe. I can go anywhere, relaxed and interesting.

  21. Great video. This looks amazing. Too bad about the air filled tires though. I wonder if there are solid tire options.

  22. I haven't ridden this, but it clearly looks like the best scooter yet. The lightening amount alone is pretty awesome. The main problem with this scooter is you mine as well get an ebike. The cost is high for what it is and for a tiny bit more you can get an even better ebike.

  23. What do I need to do to get my new scooter repair it was bought on April it does not start ? we have tried to get a RMA # since June 29th with no luck , customer support is trying to diagnose the issue with a video? every time we contact tech support they said that we will be getting an email with the labels to send back the scooter since it still under warranty but with no luck

  24. lmfao….it don't sound like you are saying deck…but….hahahahahahaah…."you can see I have a very large d!ck here" lol

  25. When reviewing scooter u gotta talk about the battery range. U said u lost 15-20 percent battery but u didn't say how far in miles u travelled so that keeps us with no information at all. We need to know how far u travelled to lose 15 percent battery.

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