EMove Cruiser Review [The Best Scooter I’ve Ever Tried]

Emove Cruiser S Review

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Quick summary: The EMove Cruiser is arguably the best electric scooter I’ve ever tried. It is the most waterproof scooter in the world, with an IPX6 ingress protection rating. It provides an excellent mix of range, portability, and value, with a 600W hub rear-drive BLDC motor, and 62 miles / 100 km of range.
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Emove Cruiser S Specifications

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  • Top speed: 52.9 kmh 33 mph
  • Range: 100 km 62 mph
  • Motors: single hub BLDC
  • Power: 600 W real, 1600 W peak
  • Climb angle: 9 °
  • Battery: 1560 Wh, 52 V
  • Battery type: LG
  • Charging time: 12 h
  • Avg. charging cost: US: $0.25, Canada: $0.14, UK: £0.49, EU: €0.46
  • Ingress protection (IP): IPX6
  • Weight: 23.5 kg 52 lbs
  • Weight limit: 160 kg 350 lbs
  • Tire size: 10 in
  • Tire type: pneumatic tubeless car-grade
  • Tire pressure: 45 psi
  • Foldable: yes
  • Foldable handlebars: yes
  • Seat: optional
  • Trunk or basket: no (customization possible)
  • Build material: aluminum alloy
  • Terrains: urban
  • Brakes: front + rear semi-hydraulic disc brakes, 140 mm
  • Shock absorbers: front dual-form spring-loaded suspension, and dual rear air suspension, adjustable
  • Lights: front + rear + turn + deck
  • Control: LCD, voltmeter
  • Cruise control: yes
  • Keys: yes
  • Alarm: yes
  • App: no
  • Warranty: 12 months
  • Return period: 30 days
  • Folded dimensions (L * W * H): 124 * 25.4 * 35.6 cm 48.82 * 10 * 14.02 in
  • Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H): 122 * 58.4 * 118 cm 48.03 * 22.99 * 46.46 in
  • Ground clearance: 20 cm 7.87 in
  • Deck to handlebar height: 98 cm (est) 38.58 in (est)
  • Adjustable handlebar: yes
  • Notes: LG battery ISO certified; foldable handlebars; 3 colors: black, white, orange; tested range; 2-4 bus days shipping; horn; $250 – $350 for shipping
  • Use cases: commuting,range,portable,waterproof,comfort,premium,design,heavy,lowmaintenance,safety

Tests and measurements

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  • Speed tests (EScooterNerds): 45 kmh 28 mph
  • Speed tests (third party): 44/46/48/43/45 kmh 27/29/30/27/28 mph
  • Acceleration tests (EScooterNerds): 0 to 15 mph / 25 kmh in 3.4 seconds
  • Acceleration tests (third party): 0 to 15 mph / 25 kmh in 3.7/3.9/3.8 seconds
  • Range tests (EScooterNerds): 88.6 km 55 mi
  • Range tests (third party): 90/89/94 km 56/55/58 mi
  • Braking distance tests (EScooterNerds): 10 m
  • Braking distance tests (third party): 10 m
  • Climb tests (EScooterNerds): 20
  • Climb tests (third party): 18
  • Charge time tests (EScooterNerds): 8.5
  • Charge time tests (third party): 9
  • Weight limit tests (EScooterNerds): 91 kg 201 lbs
  • Weight limit tests (third party): 144/100/120 kg 318/220/265 lbs
  • Waterproofing tests (EScooterNerds): no issues in light and moderate rain
  • Waterproofing tests (third party): no issues in severe water exposure and water streams

Ratings and scores

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Ranked #1 in price range $1000 – $1200
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  • superb quality
  • proven track record
  • great range
  • great waterproofing
  • very good portability
  • great for heavy adults
  • low defect rate
  • great value overall


  • flats are possible
  • average acceleration

When to buy

Honestly, I would recommend the EMove Cruiser to just about anyone. It’s a strong choice for those seeking a premium, high-quality (almost luxury) scooter. It is arguably the best choice for riders in rainy or snowy conditions, offering unparalleled performance. Other scooterists that will love the EMove Cruiser include commuters not carrying the scooter often, long-range lovers, value shoppers looking for a high-performing option, and generally anyone that’s looking for the best electric scooter under $1,500.

When not to buy

It’s hard to tell any regular would-be scooter owner not to get the EMove Cruiser. I’d say only look at other options if you need something crazy fast, made for off-road, or an ultra-budget scooter.

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Out of the many excellent scooters I’ve tried and tested, I can say that the EMove Cruiser is the most well-rounded, best-value, best middle-priced electric scooter of our time. Read on to find out why.


Let’s start with the basics you should know about the EMove Cruiser.


The scooter arrived well-packaged and with lots of protective foam, covers, and layers (the package weighs about 66 lbs / 30 kg).

The package included:

  • folded, assembled EMove Cruiser scooter
  • charger and charging cable
  • two keys
  • tire pump
  • manual
  • multitool

Assembly was straightforward and quick. I just tightened the headlight and voltmeter, adjusted the handlebar height to my liking, locked the handlebars, and ensured all screws are securely tightened.

User manual, folding and unfolding

using the pin mechanism to fold the EMove Cruiser

I’m kind of a manual geek, and I believe this scooter has one of the most useful manuals out there.

You can also find the manual, along with other useful guides, on the product page for the EMove Cruiser on the Voromotors store here, under the Manuals & Guides section.

Before riding, ensure the brakes are adjusted to your preference.

The EMove Cruiser’s folding mechanism was user-friendly, employing a secure pin-style mechanism that I’ve never had issues with.

To begin the ride, kick-start and then engage the throttle for both safety and battery conservation during start-up.

Note that cruise control can be activated by default.

If you prefer otherwise, be prepared for it to engage automatically after a few seconds of throttle use, or disable it if not needed.


Next, let’s check out the EMove Cruiser’s performance in more detail.

Speed and speed tests

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The EMove Cruiser has an official top speed of 28 mph / 45 kmh, a mark it easily achieves.

While this top speed is respectable, it’s the only aspect of the scooter that, in my view, doesn’t stand out.

Accelerating from 0 to 15 mph / 25 kmh during my rides took 3.4 seconds on average, a performance that aligned well with its top speed.

Overall, its speed and acceleration are pretty good, surpassing those of budget scooters.

Although not the fastest scooter on the market, it fulfills its intended purpose.

For me, this top speed is more than sufficient.

Motor and motor tests

EMove Cruiser motor

The EMove Cruiser follows the classic range-over-power model, prioritizing exceptional range while keeping a lightweight profile.

It features a single BLDC hub motor in the rear wheel, delivering ample power for various needs.

Despite its emphasis on range, the EMove Cruiser is by no means underpowered.

With a real power of 600 Watts, a peak power of 1600 Watts (!), and impressive torque which offered a high-performance experience, I found the scooter’s power setup to be pretty good for general use.

Climb angle and climb tests

The EMove Cruiser has a climb angle of 20 ° / 37%. In my hill-climb tests, the scooter conquered those inclines pretty easily, and it managed to perform well even on steeper inclines.

For a mid-price range scooter, this is an excellent climb angle (although not the best one out there).

Range and range tests

EMove Cruiser ride

The EMove Cruiser delivers an outstanding range of 62 miles / 100 kilometers at just 52 lbs / 23.5 kg. This is my favorite feature of this scooter, and the EMove Cruiser is easily one of the best long-range scooters ever made!

Unlike many scooters with similar range, it offers a cost-effective and lightweight solution.

Although I haven’t personally tested its maximum range, covering approximately 33 mi / 53 km using 60% of the battery suggested that the advertised range is quite accurate.

While some may prefer lighter options sacrificing a bit of range, the EMove Cruiser remains a versatile choice for the majority.

Battery and charging

The EMove Cruiser’s LG battery is a key contributor to its exceptional performance.

With ISO certification, 1560 Watt-hours, 52 Volts, and 30 Amp-hours, the battery provides an unparalleled range for its weight. The advertised charging time is 9 hours.

During charging, the indicator light is red and turns green when the battery is full.

Monitoring the voltmeter, a range from 41 to 43 V indicates the battery is nearly empty, while 58 V or more signifies a full charge.

Waterproofing, water damage

demonstrating the waterproof feature of EMove Cruiser

For many, including myself, the EMove Cruiser’s standout feature is its remarkable IPX6 rating, rendering it highly water-resistant.

While it doesn’t qualify as technically waterproof, it proudly holds the title of the most water-resistant electric scooter globally.

Interestingly, a previous iteration came with an IP67 rating, classifying it as truly waterproof, but the latest model features an IPX6 rating.

The scooter’s water resistance is bolstered by waterproof cables and a sealed deck.

However, potential weak points, like the throttle, might impact its water resistance, though a plastic cover can address this concern.

I’ve personally tested the EMove Cruiser in light and moderate rain multiple times, and it has consistently performed without any issues.

Ride experience

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Well, it’s not called a Cruiser for nothing. The EMove Cruiser is a real hoot to ride, and I’ve enjoyed every second on it.

Thanks to its substantial tires and effective suspension, the impact of road bumps is minimized.

The cruise control simplified the ride, and the reliable brakes contributed to a secure experience.

Plus, the broad, comfortable deck offered a natural standing platform.

With such a powerful combination of features, the ride experience was flawless.

This is a very popular scooter. I estimate it has sold at least several dozens of thousand units.

EMove Cruiser vs other scooters

Let’s see how the EMove Cruiser compares to other scooters.

EMove Cruiser vs EMove Cruiser S

EMove Cruiser S electric scooter

The EMove Cruiser S has a top speed of 33 mph / 53 kmh, a range of up to impressive 62 mi / 99 km, and a weight limit of 352 Ibs / 159 kg.

With a price tag of $1499, spending a few hundred dollars extra will grant you an electric scooter boasting increased range and power.

EMove Cruiser S also has hydraulic disc brakes instead of drum brakes, which are more powerful and provide better stopping performance.

If you are looking for the most affordable option, the EMOVE Cruiser is a great choice.

However, if you are looking for the best possible performance, the EMOVE Cruiser S is the better choice.

EMove Cruiser vs Apollo Explore

EMove Cruiser vs Apollo Explore

Few scooters can rival the EMove Cruiser, offering top-tier performance and features in its price bracket. No competitor has managed to surpass its capabilities in the price range around $1500.

However, the Apollo Explore is a compelling alternative priced under $1500. At around $1000, it outperforms most budget scooters, providing a cost-effective choice.

Equipped with a single motor with a peak power of 1400W, the Apollo Explore matches the EMove Cruiser with a top speed of 31 mph / 50 kmh.

However, its range is approximately 34 mi / 55 km, a compromise for the price, and definitely a lot less than what the EMove Cruiser provides (almost half!).

Despite it’s cost, the Apollo Explore doesn’t skimp on features.

It features a robust braking system with dual disk brakes, pneumatic rubber tires, abundant LED lights, LED strips, and dual spring suspension.

I would generally recommend sticking with the EMove Cruiser in this comparison.

EMove Cruiser vs Ninebot Max

EMove Cruiser vs Ninebot Max

The Emove Cruiser wins in speed and power, with a 28 mph / 45 kmh top speed and dual motors, but falls short on range and portability (non-foldable).

On the other side, the Ninebot Max counters with a longer range 40 mi / 64 km, easy folding, and a more affordable price tag, but sacrifices some speed 20 mph / 32 kmh and power.

Choosing between these two depends on your individual needs: if you prioritize speed and comfort, go for the Cruiser; and if you need longer range and portability, the Max is your match.

EMove Cruiser vs Apollo City Pro

EMove Cruiser vs Apollo City Pro

The Apollo City Pro has a 600W motor that reaches a decent 25 mph / 40 kmh and handles slopes well.

It is a good choice for commuters and riders driving in urban environments, without needing much power or speed.

However, if it has to come down between it and the EMove Cruiser, I’d stick with the EMove Cruiser, since it’s both more performant and cheaper.

EMove Cruiser vs Apollo Ghost

EMove Cruiser vs Apollo Ghost

The Emove Cruiser is better for long rides thanks to its unrivaled range, and it’s provides comfortable rides thanks to its big tires.

However, the Apollo Ghost has somewhat higher speed (up to 36 mph / 57 kmh), with a strong 2000W motor for quick acceleration. But it can only go 24 mi / 38 km on one charge.

In most scenarios, I’d recommend the EMove Cruiser.

EMove Cruiser vs Kaabo Mantis

The Emove Cruiser and Kaabo Mantis are both top-notch electric scooters, but they focus on different things to suit different riders.

The Kaabo Mantis goes for sheer power and off-road capabilities.

With dual 800W motors, it hits a top speed 33 mph / 53 kmh, handles hills well, and has adjustable suspension for rough terrain.

However, it sacrifices a bit of range and a tad of comfort in the process.

Consider the Kaabo Mantis only if you’re looking for a more off-road ready variant.

EMove Cruiser vs Emove Touring

EMove Cruiser vs EMove Touring

Think of the EMove Touring as the EMove Cruiser’s little cousin.

Both scooters are suitable for various commutes and inclines.

However, the Cruiser stands out with a much longer range, and a higher speed.

The Cruiser also prioritizes comfort with larger tires and a longer wheelbase, providing a smooth ride but sacrificing portability as it doesn’t fold.

In contrast, the Touring sacrifices some comfort for portability, featuring a folding mechanism and smaller tires.

And, of course, the Touring is quite cheaper as well.

In short, check out the EMove Touring if you’re looking for a similar branding and quality, but don’t need as much range, and your budget is below $1000.

Build quality

EMove Cruiser build quality

The EMove Cruiser boasts exceptional build quality, exhibiting a robust and well-crafted design, and its robust appearance aligns with its high-quality performance.

EMove Cruiser’s frame, constructed from aluminum alloy, is complemented by details made from rubber and plastic, ensuring durability and sturdiness.

You can choose between black, white, or the distinctive orange when ordering the EMove Cruiser.

For warmer climates, white is ideal, minimizing heat retention and extending the battery life.


Let’s see what differentiates the EMove Cruiser from other scooters in its price category.


EMove Cruiser brakes

There’s a common misconception online regarding the EMove Cruiser’s brakes that I’ve noticed.

While the braking power was indeed excellent, it allowed the scooter to stop from an average speed in 3 to 4 seconds. Because of this, many mistakenly believe it has fully hydraulic brakes.

The truth is, the EMove Cruiser features dual X-tech Zoom 140 mm hybrid semi-hydraulic disc brakes, with an internal hydraulic brake caliper activated by a traditional wire activator.

Though not fully hydraulic, the brakes were strong and safe, providing effective performance.

Overall, the EMove Cruiser’s brake setup is among the best in the mid-price scooter category I’ve ever tried.

Tires and wheels

EMove Cruiser tire and wheel

The EMove Cruiser excels in its tire design. Equipped with high-quality pneumatic tubeless standard road tires, well-suited for urban environments. They offer enhanced resistance to flats compared to standard inner-tube tires.

The 10-inch tires, with a width of 2.5 inches, outsize many others, delivered improved torque and a more comfortable riding experience.

I wouldn’t recommend the EMove Cruiser for off-road, however. It’s simply not built for that.


EMove Cruiser suspension

The EMove Cruiser features a front dual-form spring-loaded suspension and a rear dual air suspension, both adjustable with the multitool.

The suspension was very good overall, I would even describe it as excellent. I felt almost no bumps or discomfort, even after prolonged rides on uneven and somewhat rough surfaces.

While there are rare reports of heavier riders experiencing the fork hitting the front fender or wheel on larger holes or bumps, in my opinion that is a minor and fixable issue.

Lights and night use

The EMove Cruiser comes with a powerful headlight, two front deck lights, three rear lights, and turn signals, ensuring ample lighting.

While night riding is not recommended, this scooter provided sufficient illumination during my nighttime test.

However, my advice is to consider adding a fluorescent night vest and extra light for enhanced visibility.

Screen, handlebars, and controls

Emove Cruiser display and handlebars

The EMove Cruiser has 3 power modes, controlled by a round LCD display on the right handlebar.

The display shows:

  • current speed and your selected speed unit
  • battery level
  • speed mode (1, 2, or 3)
  • odometer
  • riding time

Next to the display, you’ll find power and mode buttons, and the throttle (default is index-finger). Throttle options include index-finger (default), thumb (my preference), and twist, each at an extra $69.

Below the LCD screen is the voltmeter, and beneath it is the key lock.

The left handlebar has buttons for light and horn, with a lever to adjust light flickering.

The electric horn was loud, which was great for a noisy traffic jam.

Each handlebar have a brake lever; the left for the rear brake and the right for the front brake, following the bike convention. Both handlebars have rubber anti-slip covers.

Weight, dimensions, and portability

visual representation of the dimensions of the EMove Cruiser

The EMove Cruiser is often considered heavy, but I don’t agree with that assessment.

Scooters with long ranges (62+ mi / 100+ km) typically weigh over 65 lbs / 30 kg, but the EMove Cruiser breaks this trend, weighing just 52 lbs / 23 kg – an impressive feat for its range!

Unfolded, the scooter’s dimensions are 48 x 23 x 46.5 in / 121 x 57.5 x 118 cm (L x W x H).

Thanks to foldable handlebars, it becomes more portable at 49 x 10 x 14 in / 124 x 25 x 35 cm. The scooter is fairly portable in general, and fits pretty much everywhere.

The adjustable handlebar height, with a maximum of 46.5 in / 118 cm, provided enough flexibility for me.

The ground clearance of 8 in / 20 cm results in a deck-to-handlebar height of approximately 38.5 in / 98 cm – suitable for most riders.

The roomy deck (23 x 7.5 in / 58 x 19 cm) ensured comfort with slip-resistant grip tapes, protective rubber covers, and seat support.

Weight limit

EMove Cruiser deck

The EMove Cruiser boasts an impressive weight limit of 350 lbs / 160 kg, making it a top choice for heavier riders.

Numerous users have confirmed its strong support, distinguishing it from many electric scooters designed for adults with weight limits typically up to 220 lbs / 100 kg.

Accessories and customizations

black EMove Cruiser with a seat

The EMove Cruiser doesn’t come with extra accessories by default, but its thoughtful design easily accommodates many.

To enhance your scooter, consider using the discount code “escooternerds” at checkout for a $50 discount on accessories.

The most sought-after addition is the seat, with the original EMove Cruiser seat from Voromotors from Voromotors being the recommended choice for a perfect fit.

A valuable accessory for many adults is the storage case set, complete with a tow handle and bracket. Ideal for carrying larger loads or for those in delivery services.

For a more compact option, consider the front stem storage bag.

Other useful accessories that owners frequently get include:

Additionally, some users choose to use a different throttle mechanism than the default index-finger throttle controller:

In my opinion, the standard throttle works perfectly fine, and the alternatives, although nice, come at an extra cost.

While I might not opt for any, the thumb throttle stands out as the best choice, especially for frequent riders due to its reduced finger fatigue on longer journeys.

A common customization among users is trimming or removing the fenders, which is only advisable in dry areas as they play a crucial role in the scooter’s waterproofing.

Additionally, always wear a proper electric scooter helmet while riding. I recommend a full-face helmet.

Key, alarm, and security

The EMove Cruiser required a key to start, providing a crucial security feature for its value.

Additionally, the scooter included a loud alarm to enhance theft deterrence.

However, it’s advisable not to leave the scooter unattended outside for extended periods due to its conspicuous appearance, prompting the recommendation to use a robust and secure lock suitable for electric scooters.

These issues are infrequent, and other reported problems appear to be isolated incidents.

EMove Cruiser FAQ

The EMove Cruiser is a very popular choice, so there are tons of questions surrounding it. These are the answers to the most important ones.

The EMove Cruiser boasts top-tier IPX6 water protection, capable of withstanding rain, though riding in wet conditions is discouraged due to a slight risk of water damage. While some riders report no issues, it’s wise to avoid rain riding, although the scooter excels in such conditions if necessary.

The EMove Cruiser stands out as a top-quality scooter in its price range, with available data and anecdotal evidence indicating a notably low defect rate and a long lifespan.

In typical scenarios, the EMove Cruiser’s range closely aligns with its advertised 62 mi / 100 km, but heavier riders, those facing adverse conditions, or those with significantly degraded batteries may experience lower ranges.

The EMove Cruiser features regenerative braking that kicks in when you release the throttle, allowing the battery voltage to increase, especially when riding downhill without throttle input.

The EMove Cruiser comes with a cruise control setting that is usually enabled by default. To disable it, press and hold the “power” and “mode” buttons, navigate to the “cruise control” page (P6) in the menu, and set the setting to 0. To re-activate, repeat the same steps and set the P6 page back to 1.

Replacing the battery is a straightforward 15-minute process using the tools provided in the box: unscrew and open the deck, unscrew the side panels, disconnect and remove the old battery, and plug in the new one.

Tradeoffs and downsides

While the EMove Cruiser is an excellent scooter, like any device, it has its issues. In my opinion, none of these are dealbreakers, but it’s important to be aware of them.

One potential concern is the need for slightly more maintenance, particularly ensuring all screws are tight. Checking them once a month is advisable.

So far, I’ve identified only two instances of reported dead-on-arrival EMove Cruisers, showcasing an excellent, minimal defect rate.

Though the chances are low, if you encounter such an issue, replacement should be covered under the warranty offered by Voromotors.

Personally, I have experienced no issues with the Emove Cruiser at all, which aligns with the majority of users.

Beyond isolated reports of dead-on-arrivals, there are few accounts of breakdowns shortly after initial use.

While I found two cases (one involving a broken stem and another with water damage), the overall defect rate remains remarkably low, indicative of high-quality manufacturing.

Some users noted a throttle lever issue, where it can occasionally get stuck. The thumb throttle is less prone to this problem.

Riders near the weight limit may experience fender proximity or rubbing against the wheels. Adjusting the suspensions can help mitigate this. However, there are other scooters with higher weight limit you should check out.

Stem instability and shaking, a common scooter problem, are addressed by Voromotors with a helpful video on how to fix it.

These issues are infrequent, and other reported problems appear to be isolated incidents.


EMove Cruiser electric scooter

We’ve covered all aspects of the EMove Cruiser, and now, let’s reach the final verdict.

Make not mistake about it – this is an exceptional scooter!

Is it the best electric scooter ever?

Deciding is tough, but I genuinely think this scooter has a legitimate claim to that title.

Its drawbacks are minimal, and far from being dealbreakers.

In contrast, its advantages are abundant and so well-balanced that it’s almost hard to believe.

As the most water-resistant scooter globally, with an impressive range without excessive weight, top-notch quality, and excellent value for money, the EMove Cruiser may indeed be the best electric scooter.

In my experience, it certainly has been, and I strongly believe this is the best electric scooter of our generation.

I can confidently say one thing – if you’re already thinking about buying the EMove Cruiser, you should probably pull the trigger, as you won’t find a better scooter for the same price (or even for a lot more!).

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