The Inokim Light 2 is a one-of-a-kind scooter that is a faithful companion to the modern commuter, looking for a model that’s easy to carry and fits everywhere easily. It is unrivaled when it comes to quality, safety, design, and craftsmanship, and has built a devoted following among high-end scooter enthusiasts.
Inokim Light 2 Review
The Inokim Light 2 is a premium, portable commuting scooter. It comes with a rear-drive hub motor of 350 Watts, a top speed of 21 mph / 34 kmh, a range of 20 mi / 32 km, and lacks no features. While all of its individual parts are of excellent quality, the overall execution and how the entire unit is put together is what make the Inokim Light 2 a very high-quality scooter.
Who should buy the Inokim Light 2?
There is a certain type of consumer that is always looking to buy the “last” of something and use it their entire lives. Well, if you are looking to buy the last scooter, one that you will use for the rest of your life, you might be impressed by the Inokim Light 2.
Inokim has established itself as the elite brand in the scooter world, and the Inokim Light 2 is definitely one of the best high-end commuters and lightweight options. The scooter will not offer tons of value in terms of specs or performance, but one thing is for sure – the quality will be out of this world. No other portable and lightweight scooter will have the same level of quality as this one.
Also, the Inokim Light 2 is easily one of the top 3 safest scooters in the world. The combination of dual drum brakes, casual top speed, and high-level craftsmanship and finishing noticeable in every detail of the scooter, all work together and result in a high level of safety.
So, if you are after a safe, lightweight scooter, that’s very easy to carry, and is arguably the highest-quality commuting scooter today, then you might be interested in the Inokim Light 2.
The major online retailer that is best known for selling Inokim scooters is FluidFreeRide. They have one of the best customer support teams in the game, and will always be very helpful and accommodating to their customers. I also recommend checking out the Inokim Light 2 Super listing at inokim.com, just to make sure you are getting the best price, as the prices of these models sometimes fluctuate.
If you live in Europe, FluidFreeRide will ship there, but the shipping costs will vary based on where you are exactly. I recommend comparing the total cost of the scooter and the shipping to the cost of the scooter at PureElectric – they are a UK-based store and will likely have more favorable shipping terms for Europe.
In the US, the scooter might arrive the very next day after your order! Of course, the shipping is free and there are no additional charges.
In Europe, shipping times and costs will mostly depend on your country.
Warranty and return policies
The warranty period of the Inokim Light 2 is 12 months on every critical part, including the battery, which is not something you often see (usually batteries have a warranty period of 6 months, or even 3).
FluidFreeRide will accept a return period of 15 days for the scooter if it arrives damaged, has something missing, or is otherwise not as described.
These are some of the most important things you should know about the Inokim Light 2.
Unboxing and assembly
The Inokim Light 2 is, as the name suggests, a fairly lightweight scooter, and will arrive in a medium-sized package.
The box contains:
- user manual
- hex key
There is no need for any assembly.
How to use the Inokim Light 2?
The Inokim Light 2 is a kick-start scooter, but a light kick off the ground is all you need to get it going.
It has 3 speed modes. Since the top speed is not that high, you will likely find yourself riding in the fastest mode most of the time, and maybe ride in the slower modes if you are a beginner or want to save the battery.
It is very intuitive to ride, the screen and its controls are super-simple, the folding mechanism is both strong and quick to lock and unlock, and every part is newbie-friendly and can be figured out in a matter of seconds.
Folding and unfolding
The scooter folds at the deck. It comes with a double lock for the fold, with one latch locking the folding mechanism completely and making sure there is absolutely no chance the scooter folds while riding.
A folding mechanism is a seemingly simple contraption, but you’d be surprised by how often users complain about it breaking down, even in some very expensive scooters.
Luckily, the Inokim Light 2 doesn’t suffer from that at all. As with everything in this scooter, the folding mechanism is air-tight and very secure. Also, you can easily adjust the rigidity of the folding mechanism just with a hex key.
Even though very few people actually read the manuals, a good, clear manual can be critical, especially if something goes wrong with your scooter.
The manual for the Inokim Light 2 is detailed and thorough, with a lot of useful tips and illustrations. I recommend at least scanning it briefly, as it covers a lot of small but potentially important details about the scooter.
Terrains and intended use
The scooter is meant for regular urban use, both for commuting and casual or hobby riding. As a lightweight scooter meant for everyday users, the Inokim Light 2 is neither a power scooter nor an offroad scooter, and the best type of terrain for it is the city roads and streets.
The Inokim brand and scooter line
For scooter enthusiasts, the name “Inokim” is associated with unmatched quality. Their scooters are usually on the pricier side, but their prices are always more than justified, as the quality of their scooters surpasses their price.
The company itself aims to achieve a high level of customer satisfaction. Inokim is one of the very few brands that have actual retail stores in a lot of major cities throughout the world, where current and potential owners can go and get help and their questions on anything regarding Inokim scooters answered.
Inokim scooters are some of the best-engineered scooters today. The company is almost obsessed with quality and attention to detail, and their scooters always run like well-oiled machines.
This is especially the case for the Inokim Light 2. It is one of their most popular models and has gone through a lot of iterations.
It may be a bit too soon to talk about the lifespan of the Inokim Light 2, since it still hasn’t been around for that long. However, we can make a very educated estimate here based on the lifespan of its predecessor, the Inokim Light. Even the previous model went for years without a glitch in the vast majority of cases, even lasting up to 5 years in some instances. Given how this scooter is an improvement over the first version, we can almost certainly expect even longer lifespans.
If I’d have to estimate, I’d say that the Inokim Light 2 could easily serve you for 5 years without any major defects.
In a way, the Inokim Light 2 scooter as a whole is greater than the sum of its parts. It stands out with its perfect synchronization between the various components, each a high-end item on its own, but on top of that, integrated flawlessly into the bigger picture.
That gives the Inokim Light 2 a rarely-seen level of quality and endurance, and enables it to reach long periods of heavy usage by owners with practically no defects.
Everyday use and ride experience of the Inokim Light 2
Out of all the lightweight electric scooters out there, the Inokim Light 2 has the smoothest, most stable, vibration-free ride. And that’s a true achievement for a scooter weighing under 30 lbs / 14 kg.
The chassis, the deck, the joints, and the entire flow of the scooter are designed so that it takes into account the rider’s natural posture and riding stance. The scooter has a very low center of gravity, which results in a very stable ride and great balance. The lines of the scooter, especially the stem and the handlebars, will enable riding in such a way that even larger bumps and holes in the road are barely felt.
All in all, the ride experience of the Inokim Light 2 has the same look and feel as the entire scooter – rich, safe, creamy soft, and elegant.
Inokim scooters are designed from the ground up, and they are always easily recognizable with their original lines and unique look.
Looks and aesthetics
All Inokim models have a distinct look that makes them instantly recognizable, and that’s the case with the Light 2 model as well. Even from the first sight, it leaves an impression of a premium, maybe even a luxury lightweight scooter, and the looks is definitely backed up by its build quality.
The vibe of elegance and taste can also be felt in the colors of the scooter – all color schemes include classy dark red details, and the scooter comes in 5 main colors:
- light blue
- lime green
While the performance of the scooter will be enough for most casual riders, you should be aware that the Inokim Light 2 is not a very powerful scooter. It will get the job it has been designed for done, but don’t expect any crazy speeds or extraordinary long ranges.
Motor and power
The hub motor is integrated into the rear wheel, and it has a real power of 350 Watts, and peak power of 650 Watts. That kind of power is similar to what other commuter scooters have, although the peak power is a bit higher than the peak powers of other commuters.
The rear drive enables the scooter to have very smooth turning and control.
Speed, acceleration, and cruise control
Officially, the Inokim Light 2 has a top speed of 21 mph / 34 kmh. This official parameter is in line with what owners report in the real world, and developing the actual top speed is not a problem for the Inokim Light 2, as long as the rider weight and the road conditions are within the normal.
The Inokim Light 2 accelerates mildly, without sudden jerky movements, giving the whole experience a vibe of elegance and stylishness.
After 5 seconds of acceleration, the cruise control is activated, and it is deactivated when you press the brake lever.
Battery and charging
The battery of the Inokim Light 2 has a voltage of 36 Volts and a capacity of 10.4 Amp-hours. The battery is made by LG, so it is of the highest possible quality. The scooter takes around 5 hours to charge fully.
Charging the scooter’s battery from zero to full will cost less than 2 cents in the US, 3 cents in Canada, 9 pence in the UK, and 6 cents in the EU during off-peak hours. If you charge it during peak hours, the costs are 6 cents in the US, 4 pennies in Canada, 11 pence in the UK, and around 9-10 cents in the EU on average, depending on the country.
Range and commuting
The official range of the Inokim Light 2 is between 15 and 20 mi / 24 and 32 km. Unlike most other companies that report the range obtained in the perfect lab conditions and in an ideal scenario, the specified range of the Inokim Light 2 is the actual, real-world range that everyday owners should get in their everyday rides.
Lots of independent range tests have confirmed that range, with pretty much no owners complaining of ranges lower than 15 mi / 24 km, and most reports gravitating closer to the 20 mi / 32 km end. Some owners even say the scooter gives them a range of 23 mi / 37 km.
If Inokim would have reported the official range as most other companies report it, it would probably be somewhere around 25 mi / 40 km. In fact, lighter riders that ride slowly may get that kind of range.
The official weight limit of the Inokim Light 2 is 220 lbs / 100 kg. That is pretty impressive given the scooter’s small weight and dimensions.
Interestingly, some owners above that limit have reported almost no drops in performances. Still, Inokim is very precise with the specs, and that’s probably the case for the specified weight limit as well, so it’s best to stick with that recommendation. Heavier riders should check out the guide for electric scooters for heavy adults.
The Inokim Light 2 can go uphill without much issue on most hills that you encounter in everyday life. It has an official climb angle of 15 degrees.
User reports have varied here, which is understandable, since the true climb angle is difficult to determine. Most owners agree that the scooter climbs well and will do a good job for most hills, although it will struggle on steeper hills for sure.
The Inokim Light 2 is a lightweight and portable scooter, but that doesn’t mean it lacks features.
Waterproofing and IP rating
The ingress protection rating of the Inokim Light 2 is IPX4, which means the scooter is protected against water splashes from all angles. This is not a well-known piece of information, as most people believe the Inokim Light 2 has no water damage protection, when in fact it does have a pretty good one.
As such, it can withstand some riding through wet conditions, although doing so always carries a risk of damaging some electronic part irreversibly (and water damage is never covered by the warranties).
Brakes, braking distance, and safety
The Inokim Light 2 is one of the safest electric scooters in the world. The overall quality and the extensive test that each scooter unit goes through is a big reason for that, but the brakes also play a very important role there.
Equipped with dual drum brakes, one on each wheel, that don’t require any maintenance, and likely to go for years without a hiccup, the Inokim Light 2 has a robust, redundant brake system, that gives it a very safe braking distance of 15 feet / 4.5 meters.
The brakes are activated by pressing the two brake levers, one on each handlebar. The cables stick out and go down the stem, which is probably the only design flaw that the scooter has.
Tires and wheels
The Inokim Light 2 comes with pneumatic tires, 8.5 inches in height and 2 inches in width. The tire diameter is the gold standard for a commuter scooter, but the width is about half an inch smaller than the tires of most other scooters, staying in line with the scooter’s general purpose of being a truly lightweight option.
Also, the smaller width of the tires means less of their surface touching the ground while riding, and coupled with the higher strength and density of the tire model as well, the Inokim Light 2 is much less vulnerable to flats than a regular commuter scooter. Compared with the Xiaomi models, flats are much less common.
The tires themselves act as suspension, and the scooter doesn’t have separate shock absorbers. Plus, the general design and build of the scooter make it so that the structural integrity of the entire vehicle is easily maintained the whole time, and impact is absorbed pretty well for such a small scooter.
Weight, dimensions, and portability
With a weight of 30 lbs / 13.6 kg, and miniature folded dimensions of 37 x 10 x 14 in / 95 x 25 x 36 cm, the Inokim Light 2 is one of the most portable electric scooters in the world.
The foldable handlebars are an additional portability win. When fully folded, the scooter occupies very little space, and there are no weird pointy objects sticking out of it. It scores 84 on the portability index scale, making it one of the most portable scooters in the world. (The portability index is a proprietary formula we’ve developed at EScooterNerds to measure exactly how portable a scooter is, it takes into account both the weight and the volume when folded, and it outputs a value between 0 and 100).
Lights and riding at night
The headlight of the Inokim Light 2 is situated on the front of the stem right above the front wheel. It is fairly strong for a scooter this small, and it shines at a distance of about 18 feet / 6 meters.
The rear fender hosts the rear brake light, which turns red when the rear brake is engaged.
The lights turn on automatically at night, which is pretty cool, given how easy it is to forget to turn the lights on at the critical time of day when it’s just starting to get dark.
With two strong lights, the scooter is ready for traffic. While it’s best to avoid riding at night with scooters in general, the Inokim Light 2 comes somewhat prepared for that, although if you plan on riding at night often, you will likely want a stronger headlight (see the guide on electric scooter accessories for some great picks).
Screen and controls
The left handlebar of the scooter hosts the brake lever for the front brake and the bell, while the right handlebar has the throttle, the rear brake lever, and the screen.
The LED display of the Inokim Light 2 shows:
- current speed
- speed mode
- battery level
Deck and frame
The Inokim Light 2 provides a large and comfortable standing surface for the rider, with around 18 in / 46 cm length and 7 in / 18 cm in width. The deck is covered with anti-slip grip tape.
The deck doesn’t have a lot of ground clearance (around 2 in / 5 cm), and flying off of curbs is a really bad idea with this scooter.
The stem is not the regular cylindrical one, it is a flatter one instead, with the edge of the stem pointing forward. That gives the scooter an amazing level of stability.
Usually, the handlebars of a scooter don’t get too much attention when picking a model, but I believe the handlebars of the Inokim Light 2 deserve a mention. After all, the handlebars are the main point of contact between the rider and the scooter, and even though there are other more important parts, solid foamy handlebars that feel great to the touch can add that tiny bit of magical “je ne sais quoi” that makes the entire experience much better. That is exactly the case with the high-quality handlebars of the Inokim Light 2.
Accessories and customizations
The Inokim Light 2 has a wealth of options when it comes to accessories. If you purchase the scooter through the FluidFreeRide link, you will get $100 worth of accessories as a bonus.
Probably the most important customization of the Inokim Light 2 is the seat. In my opinion, scooters that can’t support a seat will always be inferior to scooters that have that option. Since the Inokim Light 2 is all about superb engineering and the needs of its users, it has the option to sport a comfortable seat specifically made for it. You can find the Inokim Light 2 seat at FluidFreeRide.
Another one of my favorite customizations is the trunk. The trunk can turn your scooter from a mere toy to a companion in your day-to-day tasks. The Inokim Pouch will fit the Inokim Light 2 like a glove.
If you rarely ride at night, the default headlight that comes with the Inokim Light 2 will be good enough. But if you ride at night a lot, or plan to do so, you should get a stronger headlight, and the strong headlight from FluidFreeRide will be great for this scooter.
The Inokim Light 2 is not a cheap scooter, and you will want to have as good of protection for it as possible.
The Inokim lock will provide strong protection, while also not being a drag to carry and use. However, given the value of the scooter, I would even recommend something stronger and more secure, like the Master Lock Street Cuff Locks for example. See my complete guide on the best locks for electric scooters for all the best picks depending on your budget and use case.
The Inokim phone holder will fit the Inokim Light 2 perfectly, and you will not have to buy 5 generic phone mounts before you find one that fits. Just make sure you don’t get too distracted and keep your eyes on the road.
The carry strap is another super-useful accessory. Just by using it, your scooter can feel twice as light, so consider the Inokim Light carrying strap if you need to carry your scooter a lot.
As usual, you should always wear the proper scooter helmet when riding the Inokim Light 2. The scooter is not terribly fast, but serious injuries are still possible, and they will be almost always prevented by wearing at least a bike helmet. I would still recommend getting a half-helmet for this scooter, as it offers a lot more protection than a cheap bike helmet. See my full guide on the best electric scooter helmets to find out some excellent picks depending on your budget and needs.
Maintenance, repairs, and spare parts
Maintenance for the scooter is very basic:
- make sure the brakes work properly
- make sure the tires are sufficiently inflated
- make sure there are no loose screws
You can get away with a quick check of these points once a month.
One of the best things about the Inokim Light 2 is the record-low defect rates the scooter will give you. Chances are, you will go years without a major defect.
If that does happen, you can rest assured that you are in good hands, as FluidFreeRide and other Inokim distributors will provide spare parts at very affordable costs.
As with any other pneumatic-tire scooter, the Inokim Light 2 can have a flat. If that’s the case, the scooter has a split rim, and changing the flat tire will not be a nightmare as with the Xiaomi models for example.
Inokim scooters have no official app of their own. This is a little surprising, given the brand’s devotion to making every aspect of owning an electric scooter flawless.
Anyway, you can always fall back on the universal scooter app by EScooterNerds, which you can find available for both iPhone and Android. It will not be a complete replacement for a regular scooter app as some features will not be implemented, but the app has many other useful features that will help you with everything related to your scooter.
Inokim Light 2 vs other electric scooters
The Inokim Light 2 is a very popular choice, and is often compared against other popular commuter options.
Inokim Light 2 vs Inokim Light
These types of comparisons are always a bit unfair and rarely make sense. Obviously, version 2 will always be better, and not only that, but it will address and fix many of the issues of the previous version. Plus, the price difference is usually negligible, as brands try to promote the latest version and want their audience to gravitate towards it more. And, on top of that, ever since the second version was released, the standard Inokim Light has been less and less available in the stores.
The bottom line is, the Inokim Light 2 is the obvious choice over its predecessor, which is probably no longer in production anyway.
Inokim Light 2 vs Inokim Quick 4
I’ve seen this comparison made quite a lot, although, in my opinion, it’s like comparing apples and oranges, and the decision here is simple.
The Inokim Quick 4 is a different kind of scooter. Priced at $1599, with stronger performance, and a bigger battery and motor, it is the better choice for scooterists looking for a more powerful choice than the Inokim Light 2, which is the better choice for beginners and commuters.
Inokim Light 2 vs Ninebot ES2
Another comparison that seems to be quite common, but once again tries to compare two scooters with different intended use cases.
The Ninebot ES2 is basically a budget scooter that is two times cheaper than the Inokim Light 2, and will come with all the drawbacks and tradeoffs that budget scooters have to make. The level of quality will be much lower, the speed and the range will be smaller, and the solid wheels of the Ninebot ES2 will not provide rides as smooth as the ones of the Inokim Light 2.
Don’t get me wrong, the Ninebot ES2 is a classic choice and will always be an ideal pick for some scenarios. If you’ve had an air-filled tire scooter that has suffered from flats, or you’re looking for a more budget-friendly option, then the Ninebot ES2 will be the smarter choice (you can see the full Ninebot ES2 review to find out more). But other than that, the Inokim Light 2 is a superior scooter in almost every other regard.
Inokim Light 2 vs Ninebot Max
I believe that out of all the scooters that are often compared against the Inokim Light 2, the Ninebot Max is its most serious rival.
First of all, the Ninebot Max will be cheaper, but it will also come with larger tires and more range. For a lot of people, especially those that don’t really look for a super-portable option, that will be a good tradeoff. If you might be one of them, check out the full Ninebot Max review.
However, the Inokim Light 2, besides having the portability and the smaller weight on its side, will still be a higher-quality scooter, with premium parts and masterful finishing touches, and it will look a lot classier. While the Ninebot Max may be a good option for some scooterists, especially ones looking for a more everyday scooter instead of a high-end one, the Inokim Light 2 remains the better premium choice.
Inokim Light 2 vs Xiaomi M365 Pro
I think the Inokim Light 2 and the Xiaomi M365 Pro are possibly the two best scooters for beginners, but they both target different types of beginners.
The Xiaomi M365 Pro is simply the traditional scooter, the regular choice. Sure, it is a great scooter that has proven its worth time and time again, and it’s almost impossible to go wrong with it. If you are after something like that, see the full Xiaomi M365 Pro review.
On the other hand, the Inokim Light 2 will be the clear winner when it comes to its target audience of scooterists looking for a high-end model. Despite the popularity of the Xiaomi M365 Pro, it’s still not as well-made as the Inokim Light 2.
Inokim Light 2 vs Xiaomi M365
The Inokim Light 2 costs twice as much as the Xiaomi M365, so we can’t expect both of them to offer the same level of quality and value.
One of the biggest drawbacks of the Xiaomi M365 will be its notorious flat tire problem. The Inokim Light 2 also has air-filled tires, but it seems like its tires are tougher, and it doesn’t suffer as many flats.
Naturally, the Inokim Light 2 will be of much better quality, both in almost every individual part, and as a whole. But the Xiaomi M365 will always have the lower price on its side.
All in all, these are two different scooters, and each has a different purpose. If you want the best quality possible, then the Inokim Light 2 is the winner. You can still see the Xiaomi M365 review if you’re curious.
Inokim Light 2 vs E-TWOW GT
This is an interesting one.
The E-TWOW GT has performance and specs on its side. The top speed of 25 mph / 40 kmh, and the range of 32 mi / 50 km, are slightly better than the specs of the Inokim Light 2. We should keep in mind that the specs of the E-TWOW GT haven’t been tested and proven nowhere near as much as the ones of the Inokim Light 2, but still, the E-TWOW GT will likely perform better.
Given how their prices are similar, I don’t believe that the E-TWOW GT performs that much better to earn the win here. The quality and design of the Inokim Light 2 are far better, and that does matter quite a lot when paying this type of money for a scooter. All in all, I’d recommend staying with the Inokim Light 2 for most people, and maybe looking at the E-TWOW GT if you want to squeeze some more power out of your scooter.
Downsides and tradeoffs
This is one of the rare scooters where you really have to nitpick in order to spot a serious flaw. The concept, the design, and the execution, all flow perfectly from one to the next, and the Inokim Light 2 has very few downsides.
Probably the only remarks we can find would be the brake cables sticking out instead of being inside the stem, and the lack of an app for the scooter. Everything else is top-notch.
Now, this is a specialist scooter, and it is meant to be perfect for some types of riders, while others should quickly realize this is not what they’re looking for.
Heavier adults (more than 220 lbs / 100 kg) will most likely want to get another scooter with a bigger weight limit. Thrill-seeking scooterists will also quickly know that this scooter is not really a power model, and the same goes for offroad enthusiasts as well.
But pretty much everyone else, all the casual riders and commuters looking for a reliable ally in the traffic jungle, will fall in love with the Inokim Light 2.
The Inokim Light 2, one year later
The Inokim Light 2 has been around for almost 2 years now, and we can have some insight into how the scooter will behave and how your experience with it will be.
The number of serious defects in the first year of ownership is incredibly low, especially given the weight of the scooter, as lightweight scooters are usually less stable and suffer wear-and-tear damage faster because of all the vibration. I try not to throw around phrases like this too often, but I truly believe that the Inokim Light 2 may be an engineering miracle when it comes to scooter form and function, and tons of owner reports and stories have confirmed this.
All in all, the Inokim Light 2 is a scooter of the highest quality, and its owners are usually very satisfied with it.
Frequently asked questions
These are some of the main questions people have about the Inokim brand and the Inokim Light 2 scooter.
Where are Inokim scooters manufactured?
All Inokim scooters are designed and manufactured in Israel but sold throughout the world in more than 30 countries.
How can I make my Inokim faster?
Unfortunately, the speed limit can only be changed on the Inokim OX and Inokim OXO models. The Inokim Light 2 has a fixed speed limit programmed into the scooter’s system, and it’s unalterable.
Is Inokim Light 2 waterproof?
The Inokim Light 2 has an IPX4 water protection rating, which is enough for protection from small splashes, but it doesn’t make the scooter completely waterproof. Riding in the rain is not recommended unless it’s very light rain that caught you off-guard, and neither is washing the scooter with a pressure hose.
Why buy the Inokim Light 2?
I believe the decision of whether the Inokim Light 2 is the right scooter for you is very simple.
If you want to buy a premium high-end lightweight commuter, that is super-safe but also solid in performance, that will probably be the last scooter you ever buy, that will give you a beautiful ride experience, and you don’t want to bother with defects and problems a few months down the line, then the Inokim Light 2 will be your perfect choice.
Where to buy the Inokim Light 2 from?
Inokim Light 2 specifications
Inokim Light 2 Specifications
|Top speed||35 kmh|
|Top speed||22 mph|
|Power||350 W real, 650 W peak|
|Climb angle||15 °|
|Battery||374 Wh, 36 V|
|Charging time||5 h|
|Ingress protection (IP)||IPX4|
|Weight limit||100 kg|
|Weight limit||220 lbs|
|Tire size||8.5 in|
|Tire pressure||35 psi|
|Brakes||front + rear drum|
|Lights||front + rear LED|
|Control||thumb throttle display|
|Return period||15 days|
|Folded dimensions (L * W * H)||95 cm * 25 cm * 36 cm|
|Folded dimensions (L * W * H)||37 in * 10 in * 14 in|
|Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)||106 cm * 49 cm * 105 cm|
|Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)||42 in * 19 in * 41 in|
|Deck dimensions (L * W)||46.5 cm * 18 cm|
|Deck dimensions (L * W)||18 in * 7 in|
|Ground clearance||5 cm|
|Ground clearance||2 in|
|Deck to handlebar height||95 cm (est)|
|Deck to handlebar height||37 in (est)|