Reddit Reddit reviews Glion Dolly Foldable Lightweight Adult Electric Scooter UL Certified

We found 5 Reddit comments about Glion Dolly Foldable Lightweight Adult Electric Scooter UL Certified. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Glion Dolly Foldable Lightweight Adult Electric Scooter UL Certified
Premium 36v, 7.8ah lithium ion battery with 15-mile range and 3.25 hrs. charge timeNot a toy — aircraft aluminum frame is designed for daily use by commuters and other adults.Powerful 250 watt (600 watt peak) DC hub motor with electronic antilock maintenance-free brake plus a rear fender press brakeFront tire suspension and Honeycomb never-flat airless rubber tiresPatented dolly and vertical self-standing feature lets you roll it like a suitcase and stand it vertically out of the way
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5 Reddit comments about Glion Dolly Foldable Lightweight Adult Electric Scooter UL Certified:

u/ttd_76 · 3 pointsr/rva

I haven't done a thorough product research and I have not ridden an electric scooter for more than 5 minutes. So I do not have the qualifications or experience to actually make a recommendation:

But here's the cheap option, and I have seen a bunch of these around town:

And here's the luxury option, which I have never seen but is always talked about as being awesome:

TBF, I don't think they are death traps if ridden with a helmet, and operated in a safe manner by someone with a little practice and who stays aware of traffic.

u/spartysteve98 · 2 pointsr/msu

I have this one because at the time of purchase the Xiaomi could only be found for $600 on aliexpress (it was sketchy + long wait time) whereas I could buy this Glion on amazon that is american made and comes with a 1 year warranty and have it shipped in 2 days. The Glion is great because it folds up nicely and it can stand up straight as well as it’s impossible to get a flat tire. I’ve read that flats on the Xiaomi are a nightmare to change. If I had to do it over and purchase one right now I would get the Xiaomi though especially since it’s only $400 on Amazon.

u/beyondthetech · 1 pointr/ElectricScooters

Normally, the weight limit recommendation is directly related to the amount of power it will consume to move the scooter, so the battery usage and maximum range will be affected as a result of that. However, you also have to consider whether or not the frame can handle the additional weight.

That being said, I would more recommend a scooter that has a stronger frame, less welded parts, or just one that specifically states it can accommodate a higher weight limit.

That being said, the Glion Dolly has a max rider limit of 255 lbs. and the Uberscoot is at 265 lbs.

u/meatspaces · 1 pointr/transit

It was a comment meant partly seriously (see my other comment about CH₄; I'd welcome a reputable source that says that CH₄ quantities in permafrost and below the oceans are actually in the "known" category and not in the "unknown" category), and partly as a tongue-in-cheek reminder that there's more at stake here than whether this single new transportation option proves viable or not.

I'd really like to read a study about the impact of scooters on existing transit systems but I'm sure it's still too early for that. At one point I considered getting one myself as there are some very compact models out there. Having one that I could fold up and take onto a bus would really increase the effective range of my city's bus system (for me, anyway). I don't ride the bus often, but having one similar to this -- which has the incredibly simple design advantage of an extendable handle for wheeling while folded -- would change that. I still think about it.