48V 500W 10-13Ah

HORIZON - Practical Commuter Scooter - Great Value

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Classic design and ultra reliable, this all round electric scooter is the perfect choice for urban transport. It comes with a 10.4Ah battery for 20 miles range or the larger 13Ah long range battery that will last for 25+ miles! 

The 48V 500W brushless hub motor delivers a max output of more than 800W to tackle up to 15% inclines and promises a top speed of up to 25mph. Rear drum brake plus regenerative braking deliver an efficient ride.

Front spring and rear hydraulic suspension promise a smooth ride. It can be taken on a train or stored away quickly with the perfectly designed folding mechanism.

This is a true all round talent: three powerful front and two rear LED lights will light up the night, extra long mudguards will protect you from splashing water, its advanced display throttle combination enables a multitude of customizations to make this the perfect companion for your commutes.

Get this electric scooter in stylish black and check out the optional trolley wheels and carrying handle for even more versatility.


Customer Reviews

Based on 385 reviews
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(304)
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HORIZON - Practical Commuter Scooter - Great Value

r
r.t.
i'd love this scooter

i used it everyday when i go to work,i enjoy a lot riding this scooter the only thing i dont like this scooter is the battery display its not accurate and rest cant see the battery percentage

V
V.C.
Got it fast and works amazing

Really liked the e-scooter, the cost benefit for this one is really good

B
B.C.
Terrific commuter scooter for a hilly city

I previously had a Widewheel which unfortunately got stolen after I locked it up outside for several hours. I bought the Horizon as a replacement because I didn't have the money to buy another Widewheel again. But I am actually really glad because I think the Horizon is actually a better scooter for commuting due to its much more reliable brake system (the drum brake plus regen combo work really well), its better ride quality due to softer suspension and front air tire, its integrated lights, and its display with speedometer and odometer.

I had three major concerns about the Horizon before riding it, and those were its ability to go up hills, its trigger throttle (rather than thumb), and its susceptability to flats due to its air filled front tire. After 200km, the first two concerns have completely vanished, as it's perfectly capable on steep hills (although definitely not as speedy as the dual motor Widewheel) for me as a 70kg rider, and although I would still prefer a thumb throttle, the trigger system doesn't actually make as much of a difference as I thought it would. My third concern about getting a flat on the front tire still remains, but I've definitely ridden over some small sections of road that has had some small shards of glass scattered around and it's held up fine so far.

All in all, I'd say it's actually a better scooter than the Widewheel for an everyday commuter - and you don't actually sacrifice THAT much in terms of a thrill for it - because the Horizon will happily cruise at 35-38 km/h along most stretches of flat road. Okay I do miss the killer acceleration of the Widewheels a bit still. But I think the sacrifice is definitely worth it for a more compact, more reliable and safer scooter with better quality components that you can use day in and day out without worrying about adjusting the brakes and tightening the screws all the time. Oh and bonus, the rear fender actually works right out of the box to protect you from water and mud sprays!

M
M.P.
Great product, fast ride, reliable commuter!

Been using the Horizon for a couple of months for a 4-mile commute to work each day. After 200 miles, it's going strong. Several people have stopped me on the road to ask about how it works, and are impressed with the power and 25-mph speeds. Tires stick to the road like glue. With my backpack, I'm about 250lbs and it only struggles on the very steepest hills, but a quick manual kick gets me over the top. I would buy a second one, but I can't imagine I'll need to because the one I have is so reliable. Thanks!

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The new all round scooter for your commute - classic looks, powerful and versatile for all uses

  • New 2019 Horizon - the urban electric scooter with improved design, upgraded hydraulic rear suspension, more power, and improved anti splash mud guard 
  • Powerful and Fast - the rear 48V 500W scooter motor with a 20A controller delivers max output of >800W, top speed of 23-25 mph, and tackles up to 10% inclines
  • Well built - classic design with durable materials make for a durable and long lasting electric scooter 
  • Long range - the high efficiency Li-ion battery delivers range of up to 20 miles (10.4Ah) or 25 miles (13Ah).
  • Portable - handle bar and the front stem fold down quickly to take the scooter on a train or store away at home. 40 pounds can still be carries with ease. 
  • Loaded with features - bright LED head and tail lights, regenerative braking, advanced display throttle combination with loads of info and customizations.

The Horizon is the best electric folding scooter in its price range.
Available in two variants: with 10.4Ah battery (20 miles range) and 13.2Ah battery (25 miles range).

Check out these videos to see for yourself 

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Horizon review by ESG

fluidfreeride Horizon Intro

Horizon review by Electrek.co

Customer Reviews

Based on 385 reviews
79%
(304)
15%
(57)
4%
(14)
1%
(4)
2%
(6)
B
B.C.

HORIZON - Practical Commuter Scooter - Great Value

r
r.t.
i'd love this scooter

i used it everyday when i go to work,i enjoy a lot riding this scooter the only thing i dont like this scooter is the battery display its not accurate and rest cant see the battery percentage

V
V.C.
Got it fast and works amazing

Really liked the e-scooter, the cost benefit for this one is really good

B
B.C.
Terrific commuter scooter for a hilly city

I previously had a Widewheel which unfortunately got stolen after I locked it up outside for several hours. I bought the Horizon as a replacement because I didn't have the money to buy another Widewheel again. But I am actually really glad because I think the Horizon is actually a better scooter for commuting due to its much more reliable brake system (the drum brake plus regen combo work really well), its better ride quality due to softer suspension and front air tire, its integrated lights, and its display with speedometer and odometer.

I had three major concerns about the Horizon before riding it, and those were its ability to go up hills, its trigger throttle (rather than thumb), and its susceptability to flats due to its air filled front tire. After 200km, the first two concerns have completely vanished, as it's perfectly capable on steep hills (although definitely not as speedy as the dual motor Widewheel) for me as a 70kg rider, and although I would still prefer a thumb throttle, the trigger system doesn't actually make as much of a difference as I thought it would. My third concern about getting a flat on the front tire still remains, but I've definitely ridden over some small sections of road that has had some small shards of glass scattered around and it's held up fine so far.

All in all, I'd say it's actually a better scooter than the Widewheel for an everyday commuter - and you don't actually sacrifice THAT much in terms of a thrill for it - because the Horizon will happily cruise at 35-38 km/h along most stretches of flat road. Okay I do miss the killer acceleration of the Widewheels a bit still. But I think the sacrifice is definitely worth it for a more compact, more reliable and safer scooter with better quality components that you can use day in and day out without worrying about adjusting the brakes and tightening the screws all the time. Oh and bonus, the rear fender actually works right out of the box to protect you from water and mud sprays!

M
M.P.
Great product, fast ride, reliable commuter!

Been using the Horizon for a couple of months for a 4-mile commute to work each day. After 200 miles, it's going strong. Several people have stopped me on the road to ask about how it works, and are impressed with the power and 25-mph speeds. Tires stick to the road like glue. With my backpack, I'm about 250lbs and it only struggles on the very steepest hills, but a quick manual kick gets me over the top. I would buy a second one, but I can't imagine I'll need to because the one I have is so reliable. Thanks!