Apollo Phantom Review – A Perfect Balance Of Power, Safety, And Quality

Apollo Phantom Review

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Quick summary: The Apollo Phantom is praised for its premium build quality, powerful performance, and features such as dual hub motors, large pneumatic tires, and a strong suspension system.

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  • Long range
  • Powerful motor
  • Durable
  • Well-balanced
  • High-quality
  • Smooth ride


  • Heavy
  • Expensive
  • Limited portablity
  • Not for beginners

When to buy

The Apollo Phantom is a premium scooter designed for enthusiasts who prioritize top-notch performance, durability, safety, and high-quality build. There are not that many scooters that are a better pick as a second or upgrade scooter.

When not to buy

The Apollo Phantom scooter may not be the best choice if you have budget constraints, or you are a first-time buyer seeking a more affordable or beginner-friendly option.

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This is a comprehensive review of the Apollo Phantom, one of the best electric scooters around $2000 in the world right now. Let’s see why that is so.


Apollo Phantom Specifications

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Top speed61 kmh / 69.2 kmh
Top speed38 mph / 43 mph
Range64 km
Range40 mi
Motorsdual hub BLDC
Power2400/2800 W real, 3200/3740 W peak
Climb angle25 °
Battery1216 Wh, 52 V
Battery type126 x 18650 (23 400 mAh) Lithium Battery Structure, short circuit protection, overcurrent protection, double protection from overcharging, temperature resistance, undervoltage auto-sleep protection
Charging time12 h
Ingress protection (IP)IP54
Weight35 kg
Weight77 lbs
Weight limit136 kg
Weight limit300 lbs
Tire size10 in
Tire typepneumatic
Tire pressure50 psi
Foldable handlebarsno
Trunk or basketno (customization possible)
Build materialforged aluminum
Brakesdual disk or hydraulic
Shock absorbersquadruple spring suspension
Lights1000 lumen headlight + two front deck lights + rear turn signals + break lights
ControlHEX dashboard
Speed modes3
Cruise controlyes
Alarmno (customization available)
Warranty12 months
Return period14 days
Deck dimensions (L * W)51 cm * 21.6 cm
Deck dimensions (L * W)20 in * 9 in
Deck to handlebar height104 cm
Deck to handlebar height41 in
Adjustable handlebarno


Let’s go through some information you’ll need before riding the Apollo Phantom.


The scooter arrived in the very modern-looking Apollo branded box, almost entirely in black.

The box contained:

  • the scooter
  • charger and cable
  • pump
  • toolkit
  • user manual
  • two inner tubes (optional)
  • two brake pads (optional)


Apollo Phantom assembly

The handlebars were not attached to the scooter, and that’s the main part of the assembly process.

The scooter arrived with the light in place, which I removed so that I could insert the handlebar in the clamp, and then install the light again. Make sure the angle of your handlebars is right for you.

The various parts on the handlebars such as the screen, the throttle, and the brake levers, were not tightly screwed out of the box to prevent shipping damage. I simply screwed them tight until they were not moving.

Before you set out on your first ride, it’s important to test the scooter a bit and make sure it is set up properly.

For starters, make sure all the screws are tightly screwed, and both tires are sufficiently inflated.

After that, put the scooter on an elevated surface such as a small chair or table, turn it on, and press the throttle for a bit. Make sure the wheels are spinning. Then, release the throttle and hit both of the brakes at the same time. The wheels should stop almost immediately.

Make sure you charge your battery fully before your first ride to increase its lifespan.

User manual

the user manual for the Apollo Phantom

The user manual for the Apollo Phantom is very detailed, full of illustrated guides on how to setup, use, and repair the scooter. It covers all the controls and the P-settings, as well as other information on the safety, battery, troubleshooting, etc.

How to fold and unfold

folded Apollo Phantom

The folding mechanism is very safe and secure, yet very easy to use. This is an area where I believe Apollo has brought some important innovation, and the 3-part folding locks may become the norm very soon.

To unfold the scooter, disconnect the hook from the footrest, and simply lift the handlebars up to their maximum height. You then need to lock the folding mechanism by removing the safety pin, lift the small latch up to its top position, and insert the pin again. Finally, secure the latch with the locking ring.

Folding the scooter is the same as unfolding it in reverse.

The folding hook on the stem also serves as a convenient place to attach your bags or your backpack.

How to use

The Apollo Phantom comes with super-intuitive controls, which make it very easy to operate.

The proprietary HEX display, which is unique to Apollo scooters and one of the features that make them stand out from the crowd, shows pretty much everything you will ever want to know:

  • current speed (in kmh or mph)
  • kick-to-start mode
  • cruise control
  • current speed mode
  • arrows for the turning signals
  • status of the lights
  • battery voltage
  • battery level
  • distance remaining
  • odometer or mileage of the scooter
  • trip mileage
  • time

The Phantom has controls on both of the handlebars.

The right handlebar has a small dashboard with three buttons. The “M” button can power the scooter on or off (when pressed longer), or use it to change the settings (with a single click). The arrow buttons are used to change the speed modes. The right handlebar also has the thumb-throttle acceleration button, as well as the key ignition, which greatly reduces the chances of your scooter being stolen (you should still get a strong scooter lock, as this is a very expensive scooter and thieves may recognize it easily).

When you lock the scooter, make sure to put the chain or the bar between the base of the stem, as that’s the most secure way to lock this scooter.

The left handlebar has another small dashboard with buttons for the front lights, each of the turn signals, and the single or dual motor mode. One critical point you should remember – never switch from dual to single mode while riding, as this can create a strong braking force that might throw you off your scooter!

Both handlebars have a brake lever, with the left one controlling the rear brake, and the right one controlling the front brake. Always brake with the rear brake first if possible, or with both at the same time – otherwise, if you brake with just the front brake, the scooter may tip over.

The scooter comes with the cruise control feature, which you can turn on or off as needed. You can also adjust the level of acceleration.


Apollo Phantom display

The Apollo Phantom, though not the most powerful, boasts strong performance with key features and specs, suitable for various riding scenarios.

Range and range tests

With a range of 40 mi / 64 km, the Apollo Phantom is almost a long-range scooter. That’s plenty of range for most riders, although still not enough for it to compete with the true long-range marathoners.

Anyway, the official range, as with most of the specs, is not an ideal test scenario range, and is what you will get in the real world. During my ride, the scooter got to 36 mi / 59 km range on a single charge.

Motor and power tests

Apollo Phantom motor

The Apollo Phantom comes with two hub BLDC motors. Each has 1200 Watts of real power, and 1600 Watts of peak power, for a total peak power output of 3200 Watts.

That kind of power makes it very torquey, enabled the scooter to accelerate quickly, and tackled all kinds of terrains and hills without too many issues.

Speed and speed tests

Apollo Phantom speed test

Officially, the Apollo Phantom has a top speed of 38 mph / 61 kmh.

Both Apollo and FluidFreeRide are well-known for only reporting real-world specs, and that’s the case with the top speed of this scooter as well.

I can confirm this top speed, and some owners have even found that the scooter can go a bit faster. It’s no wonder – the motors of the scooter are certainly capable of higher speeds.

Also, when in the fastest modes, the scooter accelerated really fast, reaching the top speed in just a few seconds.

If you’re a speed enthusiast and need even more than what the Apollo Phantom offers, take a look at my list of the fastest electric scooters.


The Phantom comes with 126 x 18650 Li-Ion Dynavolt batteries. They are a pretty well-known Chinese manufacturer of batteries for electric vehicles, not as good as LG or Samsung cells, but still very close and on a similar level.

When it comes to Dynavolt batteries, one thing I’m a fan of is the number of charge cycles. With a minimum of 500 charge cycles, and probably a realistic number somewhere closer to 700-800, the battery will have a long lifespan. Remember, the scooter has a very long range, and even 500 full charge cycles can last more than 3 years unless you ride the scooter very often.

The battery has a voltage of 52 V, and a capacity of 23.4 Ah and 1216 Wh. Both the voltage and the capacity are fairly big, which gives the scooter both a lot of power and a lot of range.


Apollo Phantom charging port

The Apollo Phantom has two charging ports located on the front left side of the deck, protected by a plastic cap. It can be charged in several ways, and each of them takes a different amount of time to charge the scooter fully:

  • one regular charger: 12 hours
  • two regular chargers: 6 hours
  • fast charger: 5-6 hours

You can get the fast charger as an upgrade.

Climb angle and climbing tests

The official climb angle of the Apollo Phantom is 25° / 46.63%. With such a strong climb angle, the Phantom is one of the best electric scooters for climbing on the market today.

When it comes to speed, it may feel like the scooter is holding out a bit, but the climbing power is an entirely different matter. During my test ride, the scooter easily climbed some challenging inclines.

Water resistance

Every Apollo scooter, including all of the cheaper Apollo scooters, has an IP54 water protection standard, which means they can handle a bit of riding in some light rain. That’s the case for the Phantom as well (even though it’s not shown on the listing or in the manual, the scooter does have the IP54 rating.

That means the scooter can potentially be used in some light rain without any issues, but I would still advise against that.

However, if you live in a rainy area, just to be sure you could check out some other scooters from my list of the best waterproof electric scooters with higher IP ratings.

Ride experience

The overall experience of owning the Apollo Phantom, at least for the majority of its owners that use the scooter as it was meant to be used, has been mostly flawless. That was the case during my trial as well.

The scooter offered many different riding modes and had many features, so in my opinion it can wear many hats.

The Phantom had all the building blocks required to provide a cushy, silky-smooth ride.

The tires were very large, both in diameter and in width, and even more importantly, they were pneumatic (yet fairly resistant to flats), which is the most important factor for riding without shaking, vibrating, and wobbling.

This also increased balance and stability during my test ride.

The suspension system is very good. It’s not hydraulic, which would have made it even better, but it’s still very good, and contributes a lot to making the rides very comfortable and safe.

Finally, the build quality of the scooter was very strong, which is another major factor.

The scooter had a lot of range, which is a very strong benefit for all types of commutes.

The problem is that it’s not very easy to carry and doesn’t fit through tighter spaces easily.

That means it will not be very good for commutes where you need to fold your scooter frequently and take it through buses or trains. So, when it comes to commuting, the Apollo Phantom is only good for long-distance commutes, but not the ones that involve a lot of other modes of transport.

Usually, turning and cornering do suffer as a consequence, but that’s not very pronounced with this scooter.

Of course, cornering was not all that it could be, but because of the good design and engineering of the stem and the entire scooter itself, it was still fairly good, and the scooter was easy to maneuver.

Apollo Phantom vs other electric scooters

Let’s see how the Apollo Phantom compares against other electric scooters in the same price category.

Apollo Phantom vs Apollo Phantom V3

Probably the biggest threat to the Apollo Phantom comes from its next version, the Apollo Phantom V3.

Basically, the V3 comes with the brand-new MACH1 controller, which provides it with a faster top speed (about 3 mph / 5 kmh), smoother and quicker acceleration, and better efficiency in general.

Also, the V3 has front turn signals, better brakes, and a better display system.

And both of the scooters cost almost the same.

It’s pretty much a no-brainer in my opinion. See my complete review of the Apollo Phantom V3 if you’re interested for the next generation of this model.

Apollo Phantom vs Apollo Ghost 2022

Apollo Phantom vs Apollo Ghost

The Apollo Ghost is the younger brother of the Apollo Phantom.

Naturally, it will come with the same excellent quality that all Apollo scooters have, and it will also have 10-inch pneumatic tires, an IP54 water protection standard, adjustable suspension, and you will be able to choose between standard and hydraulic brakes, same as with the Phantom.

As expected, the Apollo Ghost will be a few hundred dollars cheaper, but it will have less speed, acceleration, and range. Check out the Apollo Ghost at the Apollo store if you’re looking for a smaller, lighter, slower, cheaper scooter.

Apollo Phantom vs Kaabo Mantis Pro SE

Apollo Phantom vs Kaabo Mantis Pro SE

In my opinion, the Kaabo Mantis Pro SE will be one of the most serious challengers to the Apollo Phantom. It will provide the same range, very similar speed (a bit faster than the 52V and a bit slower than the 60V), same tire diameter, very similar or even better brakes, and it will be better for heavier adults, all of that while being $300-$700 cheaper (depending on which Apollo Phantom version you choose).

The Apollo Phantom will still have some important advantages, most notably the better suspension and water protection, and arguably better build quality in general.

I’d recommend the Kaabo Mantis Pro SE if you’re looking for similar performance, and you’d like to save a few hundred dollars, but wouldn’t mind potentially sacrificing a bit of build quality. Check out my Kaabo Mantis Pro SE review if that’s the case.

Apollo Phantom vs VSETT 10+

Apollo Phantom vs VSETT 10+

The VSETT 10+ will be more performant in terms of speed, range, and climbing, while weighing just 2 lbs / 1 kg more.

Still, it will be quite more expensive because of that. In fact, when compared against the Apollo Phantom 52V with regular brakes, it can be about $700-$800 more expensive, which almost puts it in a different price category.

So, while many people like to compare these scooters, it’s not really a fair comparison. Anyway, take a look at the VSETT 10+ at EWheels if it sounds like it might fit your needs better.

Apollo Phantom vs Inokim OXO

Apollo Phantom vs Inokim OXO

The top speed of the Inokim OXO will be right in the middle between the top speeds of the Apollo Phantom 52V and the Apollo Phantom 60V. It will have quite a lot more range than both versions, however, and that will be its main advantage.

The Apollo Phantom will climb better and have more torque and acceleration, as it has more powerful motors. It will also be better suited for heavier riders.

The tire diameters of both scooters are the same, they both weigh about the same, and they have similar water protection standards.

The Inokim OXO will be more expensive, with the price difference reaching several hundred dollars at times. If you’re interested in more range, check out my complete Inokim OXO review.

Apollo Phantom vs Varla Eagle One

Apollo Phantom vs Varla Eagle One

The Varla Eagle One is very similar to the Apollo Phantom in many important ways.

The performance of both scooters will be very similar, with both scooters having exactly the same range and similar top speeds.

The Apollo Phantom will typically accelerate a bit better, will have a slightly better suspension, and possibly a bit better build quality.

The Varla Eagle One, on the other hand, will be a bit better for heavier adults, and, depending on which specific version of the Apollo Phantom you choose, it can be quite cheaper. Check it out at the official Varla store if you’re looking for a cheaper scooter with similar performance and possibly slightly worse execution.

Apollo Phantom vs Zero 10X

Apollo Phantom vs Zero 10X

In general, the Zero 10X is more performant than the Apollo Phantom on paper in terms of speed, while the ranges of both scooters are identical.

The advantages of the Apollo Phantom here include better suspension, better brakes, and better water protection (the Zero 10X lacks an IP standard).

Usually I would recommend the Apollo Phantom in most cases, as the Zero 10X model hasn’t managed to reach a high level of popularity and is not often available in many stores, and it might even become deprecated soon. Also, parts for it will be harder to obtain.

Apollo Phantom vs Dualtron Eagle Pro

Apollo Phantom vs Dualtron Eagle Pro

The 52V version of the Apollo Phantom will be slightly slower than the Dualtron Eagle Pro, but the 60V version will be faster, and the price of the Eagle Pro will be sandwiched between the prices of the different Apollo Phantom versions. They will both have about 10 mi / 16 km less range than the Dualtron model.

The climbing angles will be the same for both scooters, and they will both have similar tire configuration. The general quality level of both scooters is not as easy to compare, but I’d estimate it to be at a similar level too.

The Dualtron Eagle Pro will be lighter in weight, but it will also have a slightly smaller weight limit, and it will lack an IP standard.

In general, I’d recommend checking out my Dualtron Eagle Pro review if you’re looking for a bit more range and don’t mind the lack of water protection.

Build quality

Apollo Phantom handlebars

Build quality is one of the strongest sides of the Apollo Phantom. The scooter is so well-made, it can be considered a luxury scooter.

This is a beautiful-looking scooter, with a very unique look, and it’s not afraid to shine with its edgy, modern look. It is obvious that a lot of thought has gone into its design and engineering, and a lot of attention to detail in its manufacturing, as this is not just another copycat scooter.

The scooter as a whole is pretty strong and reliable, both because of its weight and its extra-strong forged aluminum build. The stem is very strong and sturdy, and together with the large wheels and suspension is one of the main features for ride stability and comfort. The throttle is very ergonomically positioned, and the screen is very bright and easily visible at all times.

Every component of the scooter is good on its own, but where this scooter shines is the overall composition and how each part works together with the rest of the scooter in harmony.


The Apollo Phantom is a truly premium scooter that lacks no feature and comes with all the bells and whistles you may ever need.


Apollo Phantom brakes

The scooter has brakes on both wheels for extra safety.

You can choose between mechanical disk brakes and fully hydraulic brakes when you buy the scooter, both with a diameter of 160 mm, which makes them one of the largest brakes found in scooters today.

The hydraulic brakes add about $150 to the price of the scooter, but in my opinion, I believe they are well worth the price, as they are much safer and result in an entirely different riding experience.

The brakes had the power regeneration feature, and refilled the battery a bit every time I used them.


Apollo Phantom suspension

The Apollo Phantom has a very cushy suspension system, with two thick springs on each wheel, for a total of four spring suspenders. The shock-absorbing effect is very powerful, and coupled with the large wheels and the excellent build quality overall, it’s no wonder that the scooter provided me with a silky-smooth ride and a ton of fun no matter where I rode it.

Now, granted, it would have been better if the scooter came with hydraulic suspension instead of regular springs. The price tag certainly suggests that everything in this scooter should be the best it could be, so a hydraulic suspension would be nice to see here.

All four suspension springs can have their sensitivity adjusted to your preference.

Tires and wheels

Apollo Phantom tire and wheel

The air-filled tires are 10 inches in diameter, and 3.25 inches wide.

The diameter, while much bigger than the diameter of regular scooters’ tires, is still not the biggest one there is, but the width of the tires is quite big and certainly makes the Apollo Phantom one of the scooters with the widest tires out there. That gives the scooter a lot of balance and stability, but makes turning and cornering a bit more difficult.

The recommended tire pressure is 50 PSI.

Lights and riding at night

Apollo Phantom lights

The Phantom has plenty of lighting on all sides.

The front features a 1000 Lumen headlight on the top of the handlebar, as well as two additional lights in the front of the deck. The main headlight is pretty strong on its own, but when combined with the deck lights, they illuminate the road ahead for at least 7-8 meters.

The rear features the red brake light on the footrest that flashes whenever you use the brake, as well as manually-operated turn signals.

With all of those lights, the Apollo Phantom was definitely safe for riding at night.

Portability, weight, and dimensions

Apollo Phantom portability

This is not a portable scooter. That’s always the case with powerful scooters such as this one.

It weighs 77 lbs / 35 kg, which makes it too heavy for carrying for most people. You will most likely only carry it over short distances. It’s also quite large in size, both when folded and unfolded, and while it will fit in the trunks of bigger cars, smaller car trunks might be a problem.

Luckily, while folded, the scooter didn’t have any sticking parts, it could be easily grabbed, and had a natural center of gravity close to the middle of the stem, so at least it’s not the least portable scooter in the world.


Apollo Phantom deck

With 20 in / 51 cm in length, and 8.5 in / 21.6 cm in width, the Apollo Phantom offers plenty of room for your feet and provides a comfortable standing surface even for riders with large feet.

Also, the rear of the deck features a solid footrest that was very useful for resting my rear foot on long rides, and it actually helped me maintain a more natural posture while riding that tired me out less.

The deck has a grippy surface that prevents slipping.

Weight limit and rider height

The Apollo Phantom can support riders up to 300 lbs / 136 kg.

Several riders very close to that weight limit have confirmed that the scooter has absolutely no issues carrying them, even when riding uphill. That’s what two 1600 Watt motors do for you.

The deck-to-handlebar height is 41 in / 104 cm, which is tall enough for people up to 6’4” / 193 cm.

Accessories and customization

dashboard and key ignition of the Apollo Phantom

The accessories for the Apollo Phantom are still sold at the Apollo store, even though the scooter is no longer sold there. The majority of them are affordable.

I recommend the Apollo bag and the Apollo anti-theft alarm (you can also check out their folding lock as well, but I believe there are better scooter locks out there).

Also, you may want to check out the Apollo phone mount (I usually don’t recommend it as it can distract you from the ride, but many people love this accessory).

Sadly, the Phantom doesn’t support a seat at this time.


Besides the standard accessories, the Phantom has a few options for some more advanced upgrades as well.

The fast charger will be an obvious win for many.

The tire sealant can be quite useful as well, especially if you live in a place that has poor road infrastructure and you believe you will often get flats.

I consider the other upgrades to be nice-to-haves, but not really all that useful.


The Phantom can go quite fast, so safety is paramount. Make sure you are wearing a safe motorcycle helmet at all times while riding (you may get away with a bike helmet if you don’t push it close to the speed limit). Check out my guide on the best electric scooter helmets to find out the best pick for this ride.

In addition, it might be wise to get yourself a motorcycle armor, or at least some knee and elbow pads as additional safety measures. See my guide on the best electric scooter accessories for some great picks.

Spare parts

Even though the scooter is currently only available through FluidFreeRide, the spare parts for the Apollo Phantom are still bought from Apollo. As usual with Apollo scooters, the warranty period is very generous, and during that time you might get certain spare parts for free, but even after that, the parts are easily available and affordable.


The FluidFreeRide team will provide you with lifetime service and support for this product, and you will have access to self-operated service centers in Brooklyn and Miami, as well as repair shops and service partners in several other locations throughout the US.

Also, the Apollo team may be able to help you out in the case of a defect as well. There are three types of repairs that the Apollo team can help you with:

  • by assisting you remotely so that you can repair the scooter yourself (for minor defects)
  • mail-in repairs, where the scooter is shipped back to Apollo and you receive it repaired
  • replacements

You can find out more on the Apollo warranty page.


Apollo scooters don’t have Bluetooth features (even though one version of the user manual mentions it as an option on the screen). There’s no app that can connect with them.

I recommend the EScooterNerds Universal Scooter Helper app as a substitute. Of course, this app will not connect with the scooter either, but it will offer many additional features such as calculators, tools, resources, guides, checklists, etc. The app is available for both iPhone and Android.

Known issues and tradeoffs

It’s very interesting to note that the scooter has no known issues yet, which is very rare.

This is almost certainly because the scooter hasn’t been around all that much, and the issues still haven’t popped up, but it’s also possible that the scooter is simply amazing.

There is one downside of this scooter for a certain category of owners, and that’s its weight. This is not a light and portable scooter, and if that’s what you need, you can take a look at my list for most portable electric scooters.

The Apollo Phantom is a powerful scooter, but not really the most powerful one out there. There are better choices if you’re looking for off-road scooters, fast scooters, or long-range scooters.

At the same time, while some owners have chosen to buy the Phantom as their first scooter (and have never looked back), it’s not exactly a beginner scooter either. It’s simply too powerful, and too expensive for that purpose.


Apollo Phantom

The Apollo Phantom is for the true scooter enthusiast, for the real connoisseur.

If you’re looking for a super-comfortable ride, strong but safe performance, high-caliber standard in every single part and in the entire build as a whole, then the Apollo Phantom is the right scooter for you.

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