Vsett scooters came along and took the electric scooter industry by storm , introducing some remarkable moves. Vsett 11+. For instance the fact that GoTrax has struggled with equipping their scooters with suspension, even the cheapest of the Vsett scooters has two spring suspension systems.
Alternatively, while Minimotors is unable to get its scooters certified IP, all of Vsett’s models are IP54 certified which means they are extremely durable as all-year-round scooters. Don’t forget that every Vsett scooter is equipped with the NFC keys card immobiliser that shows how seriously the company takes its job in terms of intelligent scooter design.
Vsett Intelligent Technology Co is just a few years old in the electric scooter world, but they are a force that scooting enthusiasts should be keeping their eyes on. They have a track record of producing nearly flawless electric scooters that are priced at various price points. The scooters are cut above the rest across multiple specifications, e.g. range as well as speed, ride quality, comfort, reliability as well as ride quality and overall performance. Vsett 11+.
The scooters will be constantly scrutinized against models from other brands. However, the battle for Vsett is quite internal, with each launch leaving customers more impressed than the previous.
What is on Every VSETT Electric Scooter
- Charge ports are on the deck’s top
- LG Batteries
- NFC card reader for unlocking scooter
- Turn signal indicators
- The QS-S4 throttle has been updated to prevent magnetic failure
- Adjustable suspension
- Rear foot rest
- Water resistance IP44 rating
The Vsett 9+ is one such marvel. The exquisite craftsmanship is described to the letter. If you’re amazed by the curved design of the handlebars, or the lightweight of this dual-motorized scooter, there’s plenty to entice your taste. It’s fast and can travel large distances – a fantastic feature for anyone looking to purchase a commuter scooter. Vsett 11+.
The scooter does not weigh tons, like other dual motor, dual suspension, large capacity batteries on performance scooters. Plus, the scooter comes equipped with Vsett’s proprietary Triple Stem Locking Mechanism that makes this scooter lightweight enough to carry onto public transportation or even in the trunk of your vehicle.
VSETT 9 E-Scooter Specs and Features
The VSETT 9 is their slightly larger single motor scooter than their VSETT 8. It has adjustable suspension as well as handles that can be collapsed. Vsett 11+. It has a larger deck, as well as an upgraded clamp which is comparable to the clamps you find with the Rion scooters.
The clamp I saw that was on VSETT 9 as well as Rion personally, I actually liked the clamp on the VSETT 9 plus, 9+ and 10+ more. It’s true that the Rion clamp is sturdy, but it just had a Velcro strap to secure it. The clamp on VSETT scooters was just as strong as the Rion however, it was equipped with two extra security features.
It is available in a teal and black color that I’m sure my wife will love since she loves everything teal. It also locks its own when folded. Hooks used to secure it in place when folded, doubles up as a bag hook when the scooter is unfolded.
VSETT 9+ E-Scooter Specs and Features
The VSETT 9+ is very similar to the 9 but it has dual motors instead of just one motor. It is available in the same shade of the 9. When I first started looking at the VSETT line, I was thinking I was going to be most impressed by the 10+, but the 9+ impressed me the most.
It’s the VSETT 9+ is a dual motorbike with 650 watts, so I didn’t think much of it when reviewing the specs sheet. However, once I had the chance to test ride the 9+ I was completely blown amazed at how quick and smooth the bike is. I was thinking that the 10+ was about to take off leaving the 9+ in the dust, but surprisingly it was able to keep up.
I typically prefer powerful scooters, but I could definitely see myself having the 9+ for a regular driver. It was light and fast. (lightweight for me, but to some it would be heavy at 62 lbs) I learned how to bunny hop the 9+ and was able to get a ton of fresh air on almost any flat surface.
VSETT 8 E-Scooter Specs and Features
VSETT 8 VSETT 8 can be described as the entry-level, cost-effective scooter of the VSETT line. It’s a single-motor commuter made to go up to 25 miles per hour and get about 25 miles actual usage. It has an adjustable rear shock and solid rear tire to prevent flats.
The VSETT 8 offers an adjustable handlebar height, collapsible handles and a locking folding mechanism. REV Rides will carry two batteries variants of this 8 initially. Two versions will be one of the 15.6 amp hour version with Chinese batteries. The other will be the 21 amp hour version using LG batteries. Vsett 11+.
With the electric braking, rear drum brake and the solid front tire it should assist in keeping maintenance low. It offers front and rear swing arm suspension that can be a significant improvement over the small spring suspension that comes with the ZERO 8
VSETT 8+ E-Scooter Specs and Features
VSETT 8+ VSETT 8+ is pretty similar to VSETT 8 in a lot of ways. It’s similar to VSETT 8 but it has two motors in addition to two solid tires. It is specifically designed to climb higher hills, have a higher speeds, and never have flats compared to that of the VSETT 8.
VSETT 10+ E-Scooter Specs and Features
The VSETT 10+ is a dual 1400 w motor beast. It is available in yellow and black, and is supposed to be an upgrade from that of the ZERO 10X. There are some who refer to it as looking like the Bumblebee Transformer. Vsett 11+.
The VSETT 10+ has hydraulic Nutt brakes that I would prefer over the Zoom brakes. It comes with 10 inch tires, which are three inches in width. It has a sturdy clamp that looks like similar to the clamp on the RION scooters.
There is a sport mode button that is only active for two minutes, and then take an interval of 10 minutes. I have heard people complain about this feature but I believe it’s an good option to protect the controller from damage from overheating.
I love I love the fact that VSETT 10+ locks in itself once folded due to the fact that the ZERO 10X does not making it difficult to move. The hook used to lock the scooter together also doubles as a hanger for the bag you carry or your helmet when running into a store.
It comes with an IP44 waterproof resistant rating. Even though the scooter has a water resistant rating, none of the distributors warrant the damage caused by water. Its 10+ deck size is bigger than the 10X, so it is expected to be very big.
I saw many photos and videos marketing VSETT 10+. VSETT 10+ that comes with EXA Form 290 shocks. Unfortunately after riding the prototype to its final version I realized that they don’t have an EXA Form 290 shock. I was hoping they would have the EXA Form 290 shocks since they’re more comfortable.
The good thing is that the shocks are a traditional size which makes it simple to purchase and install a replacement.
VSETT 11+ E-Scooter Specs and Features
When I see an image of the VSETT 11+ I immediately imagine Captain America. There are some who have expressed their displeasure with the color of the VSETT 11+, but I am a fan of the style. I could imagine myself getting dressed in an Captain America costume and riding the scooter around on Halloween.
Well that’s enough about costumes, you probably were looking for specs. The VSETT 11+ is the top of the line scooter from the VSETT line. It features a massive headlight that looks like it was ripped off of a motorbike.
The VSETT 11+ boasts dual 1500 watt motors, but is an 60V battery. I’d like to have made this using the 72V battery however I’m sure they’ll release another 72V version in the future. It comes with dual stems , which is always a nice feature to ensure stability.
The 11+ comes with 11 inch tires which are 4 inches wide. It comes with an sport mode similar to the 10+, but it only lasts 2 minutes , then it shuts off for 10 minutes. It’s the largest scooter of the VSETT range.
I would like to see the 11+ came with the same clamp that we are seeing on the 9+ and 10+. Instead, we are using the same clamp used in the zero 11X. It’s hard to tell why they didn’t choose to use the unique clamp, but I’d like to see it used on future models. Vsett 11+.