The Skque 10” self propelled scooter is better at handling cracks in the pavement, uneven sidewalks and even gravel walkways that other scooters won’t handle well, including the smaller wheeled versions by the same manufacturer.
This scooter costs $2,000 at list price, $550 if you can find it on sale.
This model comes in more colors as well as color combinations. You get the same wireless remote and charger but not a carry bag. The 10” wheeled model doesn’t have the Bluetooth music player built in that comes with the first scooter on this list.
Skque Self Balancing Scooter
The Skque sometimes suffers from problems with vibration. Like many other self balancing electric scooters, this occurs when the gyroscope and balance sensors can’t determine what is level. This problem is worse on all types of scooters when you are going parallel to a hill, with one wheel higher than the other. One benefit of the larger wheels of the 10” Skque scooter is that the unit has better balance and is less prone to vibration when traveling on uneven surfaces or going parallel to a hill.
The Skque 2 wheel scooter comes with a charger. The scooter does not come with a carry bag; that is an extra expense. The manufacturer sells a separate carrying strap.
This scooter has the same top speed of around six miles per hour, ten to fifteen mile range, zero turn radius and maximum rider weight of about 260 pounds.
What’s the downside of a top of the line self balancing scooter at a great price? Skque has a limited warranty for its scooters of all models. The Skque warranty is only good for thirty days after the time is delivered. If you want to give the Skque scooter as a gift, order it shortly before the holidays so that it is still under warranty after the recipient starts riding it. If you buy it a month before the holidays and it doesn’t work when you get it out of the box, the item can’t be returned and it is hard to get it serviced. You can’t return it even if in the warranty period if the damage or problem can be blamed on wear and tear. On the upside, the manufacturer will pay for shipping if the item is defective, putting it ahead of many appliance manufacturers that will repair or replace something under warranty if you pay to ship it to their authorized repair center.