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Evo Powerboards UberScoot 36V 1000W Electric Scooter

Item# 05226799000P | Model# EVO-1000 | Added on January 27, 2012 |
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Evo Powerboards UberScoot 36V 1000W Electric Scooter
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The Ultimate Freedom There's nothing quite as freeing as riding on a Powerboard. Whether you want to ride for hours or just practice your sweet tricks, the fun doesn't end. This scooter is so much fun to ride! The only time it won't be is when you have to get off it to "go to sleep." Whatever that means.

  • Recommended for ages 12 and up
  • Handles users up to 265 lbs
  • Chain drive system gives you a smooth ride
  • 1000W Motor gives you the speed you need
  • 3 12V (36V system) batteries make sure you'll stay charged up for travel (charger included)
  • Each battery lasts 250 cycles
  • Get up to 10 miles per charge
  • Takes 4-8 hours to fully charge
  • Go a max speed of 24 MPH
  • Front and rear disc brakes make sure you'll safely stop
  • 10" Pneumatic front and rear tires handle most terrains
  • A quick release seat makes adjusting easy
  • Foldable design with posi lock lets you take it almost anywhere
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By Ray_A
September 15th, 2013
Pretty much does everything that the manufacturer and distributors promise

I just bought this scooter on September 07, 2013, and picked it up from Sears on September 12, 2013. The box looked pretty beat up, but once I got it home the scooter looked brand new. I set it up pretty fast, all that needs to be done is install fuse, install handlebars, install seat, air up tires, and charge it. I rode it the next day a little bit, and it was easy to ride (I have been riding standing up, no seat).I rode it today for about an hour, both level ground, downhill, and uphill. I weigh about 140 pounds, and the scooter transported me everywhere with ease. I am glad about the shock absorbers, because I was staying well away from traffic for safety, and off road can get bumpy. I keep the scooter inside where I live so moisture does not harm it. I guess I wish the charger was a little faster; charging the scooter the first time took about 6 hours to get the green light (fully charged). I might need to transport the scooter in the back of my small Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) if I get a job out-of-town, because one must charge this scooter every 14 to 30 days no matter what; if one does not, the batteries might not work anymore (according to the manufacturer, and distributor manuals). So I might need to buy a motorcycle ramp to move the scooter up to the back entrance of my SUV, but then I must fold the handlebars down so it fits in the SUV. If anybody has transported their scooter this way, somehow let me know (in future reviews, say) because I need suggestions on how to do this. In closing, I think there may be chargers on the market that charge faster than the original equipment one. I think that another improvement for this scooter would be batteries that last longer than 250 cycles. I think there needs to be a more in-depth user manual; I think the distributor is doing the right thing when they add information (in a sheet of paper) that is enclosed in the box (for example, they let one know the fuse gives off a spark when installed). Videos on the distributor website would be helpful for how-to advice.

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searscom

Fun

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I love it fun to ride I would buy it a can it a great product

August 18th
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AMAYA79
have it

SUBSTITUTION FOR CAR OR BIKE

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ORDERED FOR A FRIEND AND NOW I'M ORDERING A SECOND ONE.

November 12th via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product | The reviewer indicated they received a sample of this product
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Ray_A
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Pretty much does everything that the manufacturer and distributors promise

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I just bought this scooter on September 07, 2013, and picked it up from Sears on September 12, 2013. The box looked pretty beat up, but once I got it home the scooter looked brand new. I set it up pretty fast, all that needs to be done is install fuse, install handlebars, install seat, air up tires, and charge it. I rode it the next day a little bit, and it was easy to ride (I have been riding standing up, no seat).I rode it today for about an hour, both level ground, downhill, and uphill. I weigh about 140 pounds, and the scooter transported me everywhere with ease. I am glad about the shock absorbers, because I was staying well away from traffic for safety, and off road can get bumpy. I keep the scooter inside where I live so moisture does not harm it. I guess I wish the charger was a little faster; charging the scooter the first time took about 6 hours to get the green light (fully charged). I might need to transport the scooter in the back of my small Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) if I get a job out-of-town, because one must charge this scooter every 14 to 30 days no matter what; if one does not, the batteries might not work anymore (according to the manufacturer, and distributor manuals). So I might need to buy a motorcycle ramp to move the scooter up to the back entrance of my SUV, but then I must fold the handlebars down so it fits in the SUV. If anybody has transported their scooter this way, somehow let me know (in future reviews, say) because I need suggestions on how to do this. In closing, I think there may be chargers on the market that charge faster than the original equipment one. I think that another improvement for this scooter would be batteries that last longer than 250 cycles. I think there needs to be a more in-depth user manual; I think the distributor is doing the right thing when they add information (in a sheet of paper) that is enclosed in the box (for example, they let one know the fuse gives off a spark when installed). Videos on the distributor website would be helpful for how-to advice.

September 15th via sears.com
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GMcCanna

Good rugged scooter that goes fast.

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For a Chinese product, it is made well or rugged would be the word. The charger is not a smart charger. You have to watch it or put it on a timer (Christmas light timer works well). I only have ridden it once. I got the scooter up to 20.5 mph. I'm 150lbs. I love the turbo button. You push it when your going up a hill...only. You'll run the batteries down much faster if you leave it in turbo. I noticed the speed is the same, turbo or no turbo, but you'll get to your top speed much faster in turbo. The scooter is heavy but collapses for easier movement to storage. You have to be careful when raising the handlebars from collapses position. There's tension behind that release bar and it will knock you in the head hard.
Most of all I like this scooter. I would love it if it had a better charger and lithium batteries.
Oh, keep both hands on the handle bars!! It's not like a bike, the balance is off and you'll lose control fast.
I would recommend this scooter to my family and friends.

August 18th via sears.com
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Needrays

All good but charger

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Peppy, solid (Seat stays loose, but stays on), Heavy batteries (LiFePo4 batteries will make this awesome!), climbs hills with 200lb guy No problem. Excellent low speed setting for the timid. One problem, the charger must be monitored. The charger is not an intelligent nor fast charger. So... even though it indicates a full charge, you still have to remember to disconnect or risk a battery killing overcharge. This is an Adult friendly scooter. Tried walking the dog with this, but my 50cc twist-N-Go scooter was better (More stable with 1 hand on leash).

July 13th via sears.com
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