7 Best Lightweight Foldable Scooter

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Top 7 Lightweight Foldable Scooter

Hikole Scooter For Adults ( Alloy Commuter Scooter For Kids Age 12 Up, Ride Smooth)
Product Highlights:
  • easy-folding - the adult kick scooter with 3-seconds easy-folding-carrying mechanism, suit for quick storage and transportation, can be carry on the tube, train or bus
  • front & rear shock-absorbing system - the 2 wheels scooter with high durable 200mm big wheels, dual suspension system, precision abec-7 bearings reduce vibration and make a smoother ride and creates an incredibly smooth glide, perfect for city/urban/suburban pavements
  • adjustable t handlebars - adjustable handlebar with soft rubber comfortable hand grips and 3 level height adjustable, range 90-100cm/35.1-39 inch, suit for adult, teens and kids age 12 up
MEGAWHEELS S5 Electric Scooter ( Folding Commuter Electric Scooter For Adults)
Product Highlights:
  • 【long range battery life】a powerful 250w motor propels the electric scooter to a max speed of 15.5 mph. ultra high capacity 5800 mah lg lithium battery can support a maximum commuting range up to 13.6 miles, 5 led battery indicators on the dashboard indicate remaining battery capacity.
  • 【portable folding design】 made of aircraft-grade aluminum alloy, higher strength, lighter weight, weighs only 27.5 lbs, max load: 264 lbs, which can be quickly folded and released within 3 seconds, wherever you are, you can easily carry and store it.
  • 【8.5" pneumatic tires】with advanced 8.5" shock-absorbing and anti-slip pneumatic tires to make your ride more comfortable and safe. equipped with a mechanical disc braking on the rear wheel and a electronic braking on the front wheel to ensure braking system safer.
Micro Maxi Deluxe ( Fold And Carry, Ages 5-12 - Petrol Green)
Product Highlights:
  • now with foldable t-bar. handlebar folds-down for easy storage/transport
  • anodized t-bar and anti-slip silicone injected deck
  • smoothest, quietest ride available
WeSkate Adult Scooter Foldable ( Support 100KG(220lbs) Weight (Upgrade-White))
Product Highlights:
  • 【high quality】- using high quality all-aluminium alloy frame,integrative moulding,conforming to human body structure design.
  • 【foldable design】- one-click folding: foldable design makes it convenient to store and portable to carry, essential for city travel,to meet your fast & furious.
  • 【stable and wear-resistant】- using high quality wear-resistant big pu wheels,which are suitable for many kinds of pavement,can reduce bumping and make sliding more comfortable and safer.
Segway Ninebot ES4 Folding ( Battery, Dark Grey (2019 Version))
Product Highlights:
  • dual batteries: with an extra lithium ion battery and upgraded motor, es4 boasts up to 800w of power, with a top-speed of approximately 19 mph and a range up to 28 miles. the es4 can take you just about anywhere you want to go.
  • safe & comfortable riding: front and rear wheel shock absorbers equipped with the large solid tires provide maximum rider comfort even when traveling at high speeds. the mechanical and electrical anti-lock braking system ensure braking safety.
  • portable folding design: with a total weight of 30.9 lbs. (14 kg) and featuring a one-touch folding system, the es4 can be quickly collapsed for convenient storage at home, in the office, or in the trunk.
Swagtron K8 Titan Commuter ( Bearings | Height-Adjustable, 220LB Max Load)
Product Highlights:
  • the name trusted by the pros - the k8 titan shows why swagtron is the official scooter brand of the chicago cubs. sleek design meets impeccable performance. you won't find a better foldable scooter than the k8.
  • looks great, rides perfectly - with a design as sharp as a razor, a scooter like the k8 titan gets back to the basic, then upgrades them.
  • takes a beating - strong enough to support up to 220 pounds. flexible enough to conquer bumpy, uneven pavement.

Velocity Hopkins

A gifted knitter, whenever she finds time away from knitting, Velocity loves to play with latest gadgets and gears and write about them. She is the mother of seven adopted cats and has over a decade’s experience in writing about health and fitness. Chief body & health editor at WhatRocksAndWhatSucks.com, right now Velocity is based out of small town in Oklahoma where she grew up. Reach her at velocity@wraws.com .