The ZERO 10x Scooter is an elite double engine drive, double suspension electric bike that brings rough terrain execution into the metropolitan climate. The ZERO 10x electric scooter can hit a maximum velocity of up to 40 mph and has a scope of 35-40 miles on a solitary charge. With its 10 x 3.0″ inch tires and front and back spring suspension that permits this bike to effectively deal with the bumpiest of streets.
Its performance outclasses all other electric scooters in its value range, making the ZERO 10X an incredible incentive for the cash contrasted with other elite electric bikes. The Zero 10X is a superior electric bike with the quality and brand notoriety of Zero. Remarkably, it has all the details that one would expect of a monster mode bike, yet at a fantastic worth.
Zero 10x Scooter – A Detailed Review
Below is the in-depth review of this scooter, check it out.
Since this scooter comes in a variety of ranges which can be listed as
- 52V 18AhLG Battery, $1470, Range: 75km (47 Mi)
- 52V 23AhLG Battery, $1668, Range: 100km (62 Mi)
- 60V 21AhLG Battery, $2100, Range: 100km (62 Mi) NEW
That’s some insane range right there, for the price. Even more expensive scooters like the FLJ T113 ($1800) and the Dualtron Spider ($2450) have less range than the ZERO 10x. Do keep in mind though that those numbers can only be achieved if you use the ECO mode, drive on a flat surface and there is no significant wind.
I recommend you to select a scooter with the longest range.
Durable construction and Compactness
This scooter comes in at 34 Kg (75 lb), the scooter has no plastic parts, except for the covers and cosmetics. Upon close inspection, I haven’t found any component that could easily break with use. There is nothin plastic part that could wear off, the joint where the handlebar folds are reinforced with an extra set of rings and it looks pretty sturdy. When unfolded, it remains fixed in place; I have noticed no play whatsoever.
The bottom part of the deck is reinforced with a metal plate to grant the battery better protection. Besides, the high clearance of the scooter means that there is less chance that the battery compartment will touch the ground at any point during the ride.
ZERO 10x looks amazing. Unlike the Boosted Rev, the 10x looks more informal and I would even say, cooler. The first thing I want to talk about is the colors. Usually, electric scooters come in black and gray. Scooter designers love to go for a minimalist design so they don’t look like toys. Even Inokims that come in different colors usually stick to pastels and avoid contrasting colors.
The ZERO 10x breaks the mold by including both crimson red and charcoal black in its color palette. The few red pieces instantly catch the eye. The contrast is so striking that the scooter would look like a toy if it were not for the imposing-looking suspension, wheels, and handlebar. Simply put, the ZERO 10x looks more like a sports car. It’s colorful and informal, yet it leaves no doubt that it’s a premium vehicle.
Charging time and Battery Backup
The Zero 10x comes with two charging ports. With one charger, it takes up to 11 hours to get the battery from zero to full. With two chargers, it decreases to 5,5 hours. Usually, additional chargers are quite expensive and are not worth it, unless needed. In the case of the ZERO 10x though, the additional charger costs only 30 dollars and can be ordered together with the scooter. For me, this is a no-brainer. Being able to half charge time for only 30 dollars is insane and I simply couldn’t decline that offer.
Usually, I don’t ride long enough to deplete the battery and the night is enough to charge it back to 100%. However, I still got the charger simply because having a spare one is always a great idea.
The ZERO 10x features one of the most powerful engines in this price category (Double hub brushless motors rated 1000W each). The amount of power those motors deliver is impressive. You can get from zero to top speed in a matter of seconds, which might be a bit too overwhelming for a beginner. This is why the scooter features two-speed modes:
- ECO Mode – it only engages one motor. This results in slower acceleration, less torque, less top speed, and about 40% longer battery life.
- Turbo Mode – it engages both motors. In Turbo mode, the scooter can reach a top speed of 65 Kmh (40 MPH) and has a grade ability of >=45°.
Comfortable ride and Handling
The ZERO 10x is very comfortable to drive, with a couple of small details that could be improved. Big10 Inch Ultra-Wide wheels, soft suspension, and wide handlebar, the ZERO 10x has it all. For the price, I’d say it is the most comfortable electric scooter you can find. No matter where you are going, the 10x will absorb most of the bumps and give you superior maneuverability, and comfort.
Tight steering, wide bar, huge wheels, the ZERO 10x has everything that makes it a pleasure to drive. Designed as an off-road scooter, the ZERO 10x performs great both off- and on-road. You can painlessly transition from asphalt to dirt to mud, and back to asphalt. Its 3-inch ultra-wide tires add a good share of stability to the ride, even under rain, though I’d suggest leaving the scooter at home when it’s raining.
Good Suspension and road grip
The ZERO 10x comes with a double hydraulic spring suspension. It’s ultra-soft, which is one of the reasons why the scooter has such high clearance. If you take a look at any of the videos of people riding the ZERO 10x, you can see how the deck constantly moves between its highest and lowest position.
On the bright side, soft suspensions mean I can easily jump off curbs and even drive downstairs. Soft suspension, together with big wheels absorbs a lion’s share of the shock. Overall, I’d say the ZERO 10x is a great choice for any type of road, as long as you don’t go too fast.
Compact and Portable
I would be not calling ZERO 10x the last option, simply because it’s pretty damn heavy, for an e-scooter. If you have to carry your scooter to a metro bus with you, you will have to lift 34 Kg (75 lb) several times. Besides, because of the extra-wide grips, the scooter takes a lot of space even when folded. Last but not least, the stem does not lock in place when collapsed. The scooter does however fit inside a medium-sized car trunk, so that’s a pro.
Now, the scooter can still be considered a commuter if you don’t have to get it in public transport or carry it up the stairs. Depending on where you work, you will more likely be able to store it under your office desk or in the garage.
Features of Zero 10x Scooter
The ZERO 10x comes with a full set of lights – it has powerful deck-mounted LED lights and bright brake lights. I am not a fan of deck-mounted lights because they don’t seem to illuminate the road so well during night rides, compared to handlebar-mounted ones. If you plan on riding this scooter at night, I would highly suggest you order some extra lights beforehand.
The scooter comes with two fancy-looking multifunction OLED displays. The one on the top shows the most data; it’s a colored dashboard that looks very neat and stylish. The bottom screen displays battery voltage, which is handy for both security and convenience reasons. The dashboard shows you the following stats:
- Current speed
- Travel distance
- Total mileage
- Battery level (percentage)
- There, you can also control the following:
- Switch between ECO and Turbo modes – Single/Dual motors
- Cruise Control
3. Theft Protection
Under the dashboard, you can find a lock to turn the scooter on and off. A determined thief can pick the scooter up and carry it away. The 10x is not a car so don’t leave parked it outside the store or office.
This feature can still be useful, though. Say, you have kids or teenagers who are curious to give this scooter a test drive while you are not watching; simply keep the key in your pocket and both your kids and the scooter will be safe.
The Zero 10X has a deck-mounted bell. I would suggest you give it to use because the scooter is pretty silent and can go very fast.
Specifications of ZERO 10x E – Scooter
- Max Speed: 65 Kmh (40 MPH)
- Max Distance: 100 Km (62 Mi)
- Battery: Li-Po, 52 V; 23 Ah, Brand: LG
- Motor Wattage: 2000 W in total (Dual motors, 1000W x 2)
- Max Load: 120 Kg (264 lb)
- Gradeability: >=45°
- Tires: 10 Inch Ultra-Wide 4-layer
- Suspension: Front and rear Adjustable hydraulic spring
- Brakes: Double 160mm disk brakes + regenerative brake
- Lights: LED headlight + Brake lights
- Dashboard: Full info dashboard display
- Charge time: 11 – 5,5 hs (dual chargers)
- Weight: 34 Kg (75 lb)
- Unfolded Size: 1250 × 680 × 1280 mm (49x27x50 In)
- Folded Size: 1250 × 680 × 520 mm (49x27x20 In)
- Material: 6082-T6 Aviation-Grade Aluminum Alloy forging anodic oxidation
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Compared to similar models, the ZERO 10x is better in virtually every aspect. You receive excellent performance, features, and quality for the price you pay.
We are talking about a new people’s favorite scooter here. The ZERO 10x is setting new, higher standards for electric scooters and other brands will have to work harder to keep up with them. So it becomes a very good option in its price range with great specifications as compared to the other models.