48V 2x500W 15Ah

WIDEWHEEL PRO - Unique Design & Dual Motor Power

Sale price Price €1.299,00 Regular price €1.369,00

IN STOCK - shipping next business day.

The WideWheel just got better: larger battery, better display, dual brakes, reinforced design. 

Meet our best all round electric scooter with an extra punch of power. Guaranteed to put a smile on your face when you take off. 

Two powerful 500W motors deliver strong torque and acceleration and make this the best electric scooter for hills. Tackle 30% inclines with ease. Ride away with 26mph top speed and count on 22+ miles of range, powered by an all new 48V 15Ah high efficiency Li-ion battery. 

Uniquely designed, the Mercane WideWheel PRO comes with ultra-wide airless tires with front and rear suspension to ensure a smooth ride! The re-designed frame provides added stability and durability. The new smart display shows speed, total mileage, voltage, and enables intuitive gear selection as well as cruise control on demand.

Folds down compactly for easy storage or transportation in your trunk. With 54 lb it is no lightweight but can still be carried in one hand and integrated into any commute on train or bus. 

Mercane puts safety first with bright head and rear lights and dual 120mm disc brakes for much improved braking performance.  

Experience a new feeling of freedom while cruising around on this stylish and powerful machine. Change the way you roll and upgrade your commute! 

Available in two versions: Standard version or CLE edition (with keylock). Note that the key only disables the scooter's power - it can still be rolled away.

Satisfaction guaranteed!

Customer Reviews

Based on 414 reviews
73%
(304)
17%
(71)
3%
(14)
2%
(8)
4%
(17)
H
H.P.

WIDEWHEEL PRO - Unique Design & Dual Motor Power

L
L.P.

I recieve that only today.

M
M.M.
Super service

Riktigt bra service, svarar snabbt och löser det snabbt.
En riktigt bra scooter.

V
V.N.

WIDEWHEEL PRO - Unique Design & Dual Motor Power

E
E.S.
Attention to Detail

I really enjoy riding my new WideWheel Pro scooter however, the more you ride it—over time you start to notice the various little things they could have done to improve the overall quality of the scooter, especially at this price point. Some of these things may seem nitpicky, but for this price, if I noticed them, you likely will too. When I read reviews, I tend to find the negative/critical reviews most helpful, so here you go:

•,Wheels:
The wide wheels certainly take some time getting use to and in my opinion limits your maneuverability. You can’t make sudden or sharp turns without losing balance and almost falling. However, with enough riding time and practice you get better. The wheels are also very flat and have little traction at all, so of course, no off-roading. You may also find yourself sliding on some surfaces upon stopping or accelerating. It would be nice to see some alternative wheel/thread options. I can already start to see my tires bald after minimal use.

•,Phone App:
Though this is not a huge issue, it would have been nice to have a mobile app to compliment the scooter and possibly show some additional data metrics, control/display customizations or even updates. Many other scooters at this price point have this.

•,Folding:
This one is particularly bothersome for me. I spend too much time turning that flimsy dial to fold and unfold the scooter. It’s often a struggle if it’s too tight, too loose, or not in the right position. They could have saved us SO much time if they simply designed a clever latch that we could engage rather than the manual labor of making sure everything was aligned before we can start turning the dial. Additionally, when riding, I’m starting to hear a lot of creaking noises coming from the stem of the scooter making it sound cheap or requiring me to tighten the dial even more. As for the handlebars, it’s nice they fold as well but they don’t stay firmly folded and when transporting/moving it (i.e., putting the scooter in the trunk of a car), they often unfold annoyingly right when you don’t want them to.

•,Weight:
It’s heavy! This is not something anyone will want to carry around even short distances. For the next iteration, it would be nice to see some better lightweight materials used without sacrificing quality.

•,Suspension:
The “suspension” is very minimal in my opinion. I rarely ever experience a bounce or shock absorption when riding the scooter unless I forcefully bounce myself. In other words, I highly doubt the little suspension it has is doing much in terms of absorbing minor bumps in the road. Going over even slight bumps sometimes feels/sounds like the scooter is made of cheep plastic.

•,Ergonomics:
The handlebar grips are the most ergonomic aspect of the scooter. Your palms and fingers will form nicely around the grips however, when you combine the break positions, throttle, and grips, everything starts to feel out of place/like you’re reaching. It could just be me but it’s a challenge trying to focus on what’s in front of you while managing your grip, the breaks and acceleration all at the same time. I think more work could have been done to alleviate this. Perhaps aligning the breaks under the grips for easy/quick access so not to take your hands off the grips entirely and to maintain control at high speeds. Yes, it’s very easy to lose control and wipe out at high speeds if not extremely careful.

•,Breaks:
I can hear my disc brakes rubbing, squeaking, and making all sorts of noises depending on if you’re turning, going high speeds, or slowing down. My friend and I purchased the same scooter and we both experience the same issues. He discovered there were internal brake parts damaged and got them replaced. I also kept noticing he would always go considerable faster than me all the time and I couldn’t figure out why (all our settings were the same). We came to learn part of the reason was the back break was too tight. However, loosening it up only caused the break handle to loosen, requiring me to squeeze all the way down to stop (extremely dangerous). The squeaking and disc rubbing is still an issue, I think something is bent or off. Suffice to say, the breaks are all over the place—they’re either too tight, too loose and or too noisy and we shouldn’t have to make these adjustments out of the box.

•,Display:
It’s okay. Though an HD screen with an actual battery percentage rather than a voltage indicator would have been nice.

•,Cord/Wire Management:
The wires and cords sticking out on the front of the scooter is another component that’s minor but could have been tucked in neatly.

•,Throttle Replacement:
This is something I immediately noticed. Even slightly accelerating caused the scooter to jolt aggressively into high-speed verses taking off smoothly and maintaining a low speed if desired. Changing the throttle fixed this, however, causing an even odder hand position where you need to push th...

  more detailed info and specs in tabs above  

Brand new and designed to perfection, the WideWheel PRO is our best electric scooter for commute & play

  • 2020 Model - get all the latest improvements with Mercane's best electric scooter for adults: awesome power, dual disc brakes, smart display, and upgraded battery
  • Powerful and Fast - improved controllers provide efficient power for or up to 26 mph top speed
  • Hill Climbing Torque - two 500W motors deliver superior torque than single motor 1000W electric scooters and will get you up any hill
  • Long Range - the upgraded high efficiency 15Ah Li-ion battery delivers a realistic 22 mile range
  • Safety First - dual disc brakes with superior stopping power and bright LED lights make for a safe ride
  • Intuitive Controls - the new smart display shows speed and mileage, allows for easy gear selection and comes with cruise control
  • Smooth Ride - extra wide wheels combines with dual spring suspension make for a comfortable and stable riding experience
  • Stylish and durable - with its seamless design and reinforced materials, the WideWheel PRO is built to last and will turn heads as you glide along your city

Available in two versions: with and without keylock. Both come with maximum available performance (dual motor 15Ah).

2020 WideWheel PRO Upgrades

Following rider feedback, Mercane has developed the best WideWheel, yet

INTUITIVE SMART DISPLAY
Get accurate readings for speed, mileage, and battery charge. Better judge your battery status with the integrated voltage display.
Change gears while riding, from ECO mode (efficient power use and maximum range) to POWER mode (maximum torque and speed) with the press of a button.
Set cruise control with ease. Once enabled, hold your speed for a few seconds and your WideWheel PRO will keep riding so you can let go of the throttle.

SAFETY FIRST
The WideWheel Pro comes with a front and a rear disc brake for superior stopping power and reduced braking distance.
Materials and design have been upgraded with a thicker stem as well as reinforced fork and neck to be even more durable and endure rough riding conditions without developing stem wobble.
The powerful dual front LED lights up the road ahead during those rides at night.

LONGER RANGE AND MORE POWER
Outfitted with a huge 48V 15Ah Li-ion battery and a new set of controllers, the WideWheel Pro is faster (1mph) and longer range (10-15%) than its predecessor. 
A 160 lb rider going full speed can expect around 18-20 miles on flat. Select the efficient ECO mode and just cruise along to go 30+ miles on a single charge. 

"Hilariously Powerful and Fun"

"I’ve ridden a ton of electric scooters, but I’ve never ridden anything quite like the Mercane WideWheel electric scooter from FluidFreeRide. With dual 500 W motors (that are almost certainly each putting out closer to 1000 W), dual front and rear suspension, crazy acceleration and high top speed, this scooter is just too much fun!" 

Micah Toll, Writer Electrek.co, Full Product Review of the 2019 WideWheel, February 2019 - Learn more... 

Check out these videos to see for yourself

 More reviews including customer videos on our youtube channel

WW PRO highlights by fluidfreeride

WW PRO full review by fluidfreeride

WW PRO review by ESG

2019 WideWheel 13.2Ah Range Test

Customer Reviews

Based on 414 reviews
73%
(304)
17%
(71)
3%
(14)
2%
(8)
4%
(17)
H
H.P.

WIDEWHEEL PRO - Unique Design & Dual Motor Power

L
L.P.

I recieve that only today.

M
M.M.
Super service

Riktigt bra service, svarar snabbt och löser det snabbt.
En riktigt bra scooter.

V
V.N.

WIDEWHEEL PRO - Unique Design & Dual Motor Power

E
E.S.
Attention to Detail

I really enjoy riding my new WideWheel Pro scooter however, the more you ride it—over time you start to notice the various little things they could have done to improve the overall quality of the scooter, especially at this price point. Some of these things may seem nitpicky, but for this price, if I noticed them, you likely will too. When I read reviews, I tend to find the negative/critical reviews most helpful, so here you go:

•,Wheels:
The wide wheels certainly take some time getting use to and in my opinion limits your maneuverability. You can’t make sudden or sharp turns without losing balance and almost falling. However, with enough riding time and practice you get better. The wheels are also very flat and have little traction at all, so of course, no off-roading. You may also find yourself sliding on some surfaces upon stopping or accelerating. It would be nice to see some alternative wheel/thread options. I can already start to see my tires bald after minimal use.

•,Phone App:
Though this is not a huge issue, it would have been nice to have a mobile app to compliment the scooter and possibly show some additional data metrics, control/display customizations or even updates. Many other scooters at this price point have this.

•,Folding:
This one is particularly bothersome for me. I spend too much time turning that flimsy dial to fold and unfold the scooter. It’s often a struggle if it’s too tight, too loose, or not in the right position. They could have saved us SO much time if they simply designed a clever latch that we could engage rather than the manual labor of making sure everything was aligned before we can start turning the dial. Additionally, when riding, I’m starting to hear a lot of creaking noises coming from the stem of the scooter making it sound cheap or requiring me to tighten the dial even more. As for the handlebars, it’s nice they fold as well but they don’t stay firmly folded and when transporting/moving it (i.e., putting the scooter in the trunk of a car), they often unfold annoyingly right when you don’t want them to.

•,Weight:
It’s heavy! This is not something anyone will want to carry around even short distances. For the next iteration, it would be nice to see some better lightweight materials used without sacrificing quality.

•,Suspension:
The “suspension” is very minimal in my opinion. I rarely ever experience a bounce or shock absorption when riding the scooter unless I forcefully bounce myself. In other words, I highly doubt the little suspension it has is doing much in terms of absorbing minor bumps in the road. Going over even slight bumps sometimes feels/sounds like the scooter is made of cheep plastic.

•,Ergonomics:
The handlebar grips are the most ergonomic aspect of the scooter. Your palms and fingers will form nicely around the grips however, when you combine the break positions, throttle, and grips, everything starts to feel out of place/like you’re reaching. It could just be me but it’s a challenge trying to focus on what’s in front of you while managing your grip, the breaks and acceleration all at the same time. I think more work could have been done to alleviate this. Perhaps aligning the breaks under the grips for easy/quick access so not to take your hands off the grips entirely and to maintain control at high speeds. Yes, it’s very easy to lose control and wipe out at high speeds if not extremely careful.

•,Breaks:
I can hear my disc brakes rubbing, squeaking, and making all sorts of noises depending on if you’re turning, going high speeds, or slowing down. My friend and I purchased the same scooter and we both experience the same issues. He discovered there were internal brake parts damaged and got them replaced. I also kept noticing he would always go considerable faster than me all the time and I couldn’t figure out why (all our settings were the same). We came to learn part of the reason was the back break was too tight. However, loosening it up only caused the break handle to loosen, requiring me to squeeze all the way down to stop (extremely dangerous). The squeaking and disc rubbing is still an issue, I think something is bent or off. Suffice to say, the breaks are all over the place—they’re either too tight, too loose and or too noisy and we shouldn’t have to make these adjustments out of the box.

•,Display:
It’s okay. Though an HD screen with an actual battery percentage rather than a voltage indicator would have been nice.

•,Cord/Wire Management:
The wires and cords sticking out on the front of the scooter is another component that’s minor but could have been tucked in neatly.

•,Throttle Replacement:
This is something I immediately noticed. Even slightly accelerating caused the scooter to jolt aggressively into high-speed verses taking off smoothly and maintaining a low speed if desired. Changing the throttle fixed this, however, causing an even odder hand position where you need to push th...