With more and more electric scooters flooding into the market, choosing an electric scooter that really suits you has become a problem for most consumers, especially for those who are on the heavier side. There are certain aspects you have to consider when choosing your own e-scooter.
The majority of the scooters you may see in daily life will certainly have been designed for smaller sized riders. In fact, the range tests produced by manufacturers are generally made with riders that weigh 100-170 lbs. (45-77 kg).
Nevertheless, we reside in a world where most adults are larger than this standard -- an average American man weighs approximately 200 lbs. (90 kg). This average is why we are discussing Heavy Duty Dual Motor Electric Scooters and the benefit they have to riders with different use cases.
What does Heavy Duty Dual Motor Electric Scooter mean？
Compared to the regular electric scooters, Heavy Duty Dual Motor Electric Scooters means higher speeds, rapid acceleration, and more ferocious torque. Riding an e-scooter with a second motor adds a healthy injection of adrenaline and thrill to any ride.
With the best dual motor electric scooter, you can feel the power boost your feet and reach your destination faster. What’s more, your weight is no longer a problem since the power of dual motors can easily support you to move forward.
According to the weight of the user, dual battery electric scooters can be mainly divided into four ranges.
- 300-350 lbs
- 250-300 lbs
- 180-249 lbs
In order to meet the needs of the above-mentioned users of different weights, the battery, controller, motor torque and braking system of the electric scooter all need to meet very high standards.
What defines an excellent Heavy Duty Dual Motor Electric Scooters?
Let’s take the Kaabo Mantis 10, one of the most popular Heavy Duty Dual Motor Electric Scooters in 2021, as an example.
Dual 1000-Watt motors for high top speeds and high-performance riding
The dual 1000-watt motor brushless hubs for Mantis 10 are found in both front and rear wheels. This provides a maximum of 40 mph of speed and one thing to bear in mind is that the Mantis claims to have a hill-climbing ability of up to 30-degree inclines, which also mean a better traction for off-road because both wheels are working.
With the motor torque of 35 N.M, Mantis 10 is more suitable for adults and heavier adults. No problem even for bigger guys as the Mantis 10 max load is 264 lbs(120 kg), which covers most of the needs of medium and high weight users.
Strong battery for extended range and power output
Equipped with high-density 60V 24.5Ah lithium-ion battery made by LG/SAMSUNG, you absolutely do not need to worry about its battery life. The Mantis 10 has an advertised range of 60 miles per charge. Actually, you'll get slightly less than this because the battery will certainly need to work harder depending upon the weight it needs to support, but 40 or 50 miles is considerable for a scooter like Mantis 10.
Trustworthy braking system
For heavier users, the brake system is definitely the key to ensuring a safe riding experience. Hydraulic Disk Brake + ABS Using 140mm disc brakes, which provides riders with the confidence that they are in control. With front and rear disc brakes, the Mantis 10 can be stopped safely in an instant.
How to choose your own Heavy Duty Dual Motor Electric Scooter？
As mentioned above, if you don't want to buy a product that can't push you forward or spend a lot of money on configurations you don’t need, you can follow the step below to choose your own electric scooter
Choose According to Your Weight
Even if the electric scooter is designed for heavy adults, there are still big differences for different kinds of e-scooters. For example, if you buy an electric scooter designed for a big person who weighs more than 350lbs, the weight of the scooter will cause you inconvenience.
Determine Your Daily Usage
There will be a huge difference between electric scooter for daily commuting and the one for outdoor off-roading. You should be looking into different product details, including the size of the tires, the power of the motor, the weight of the body, etc.
Choose Based On Your Preferences
After two rounds of screening, you can now venture to pick an electric scooter according to your needs and preference, since now the remaining choices are all electric scooters that can meet your basic demand. However, we suggest that you can focus on the battery life, the body material and the charging time when choosing your favorite electric scooter because these will directly affect your daily usage experience.
Some tips about how to use Heavy Duty Dual Motor Electric Scooters.
-Don't burn your motor (if you use single motor on a dual motor e-scooter or have just one motor at all it’s easier to “burn out” - break your motor).
-Dual motors share the work so there’s not so much stress.
-Dual Motors provide much better performance on uphill climbing too. The Mantis 10 is capable of climbing up to 30 degree inclines.