Electric Scooters

Electric scooter are probably the most popular personal electric mobility devices available – its practicality and ease of use is clear from the first few test rides. With bigger and faster scooters you can go on long rides and even riding on trails in the woods. Smaller and lighter scooters will take you around the city and are easy to carry around. From our selection you’ll find popular brands including Inokim, Dualtron, E-Twow and also our homegrown GPad brand from which the Joyride and Svan models are our customers favourite scooters. When choosing a scooter, keep in mind its range, weight and speed – if you need any help, feel free to write to us and we’ll help you out!

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Electric scooter are probably the most popular personal electric mobility devices available – its practicality and ease of use is clear from the first few test rides. With bigger and faster scooters you can go on long rides and even riding on trails in the woods. Smaller and lighter scooters will take you around the city and are easy to carry around. From our selection you’ll find popular brands including Inokim, Dualtron, E-Twow and also our homegrown GPad brand from which the Joyride and Svan models are our customers favourite scooters. When choosing a scooter, keep in mind its range, weight and speed – if you need any help, feel free to write to us and we’ll help you out!

A good electric scooter doesn't have to be expensive. Electric scooters can be found in a wide range of prices and specifications. With one charge you can ride up to 120km and with a speed of 100km/h! Powerful scooters are fun but we recommend finding one that will also be practical to use daily. If you'd like to try our models then you're most welcome to our stores at Telliskivi, Tallinn or Riia 24, Tartu. Always wear a helmet while riding and with powerful scooters, we also recommend using full motorcycle gear.

How to choose an electric scooter?

We recommend starting with the distance - how far does it need to go? Then we need to take a look at the wheels - bigger wheels give a more comfortable ride. With fully rubber wheels you'll have a rougher ride but you don't need to worry about flat tires. From that point, top speed, suspension, lights and other features become important. It's good to remember that if you have to carry around your scooter, then it should also be as light as possible.

What would you recommend for riding around the city?

Which scooter is more suitable for a child?

  • GPad Lite Max - Light enough for a child and will also carry and adult
  • Gpad Lite - Lightest and most affordable scooter we have
  • E-Twow S2 Eco - Lowest handlebar for smaller riders

What could I use on terrain?