The Balor brand scooter has ten inch wheels and standard stability. It holds up to 220 pounds. You get basic LED lights. The scooter weighs 24 pounds, so it is heavier than average. One benefit of the design is that it uses the same Samsung electric batteries that many other devices use. It comes with a remote control.
This big point in favor of this scooter is its mid-range $679 price at full price, and you can often find it for less than $600. It doesn’t have a fender, so it is prone to being scuffed up. Getting service is a challenge. It has the standard learning curve, but is more stable than some of its rivals.
Balor Self Balancing Scooter
Another plus for this self balancing 2 wheel scooter is that you can switch between a slower quieter mode (sine mode) or square wave mode, the higher performance one. Use sine mode around the house, and switch to the more powerful square wave mode once outside. The unit automatically slows down if someone is going too fast downhill or on a turn. This electric 2 wheel scooter is perfect for those afraid your kid will go too fast down hills around your home and want an automatic safety mode on it to prevent this. It has a peak 18 kilometers per hour or about 12 miles per hour. It automatically slows down when the battery starts running low. This unit is more stable than many rivals.
This scooter comes in a variety of unique patterns, beyond the standard blue and white or red and white. The Balor electric unicycle has bright rainbow wheel lights that make it easy to see and allow it to stand out even in a crowd of scooters.
The tires handle smooth pavement and indoor floors well, but you cannot add air to help it take on rough pavement or gravel walkways.