EVERYTHING ABOUT ELECTRIC SCOOTERS AND E-BIKES
Just like a car or any motor vehicle, electric scooters similarly require maintenance. The recommended maintenance cycle should be done every 4-6 months. Do inquire about our inhouse service and maintenance package.
Brushless motors popular in Inokim Quick and IMAX S1+ will require cleaning and lurbication. Dust and dirt typically accumulates inside the motor and requires a disassembly to clean out the dust and dirt.
Most electric scooter tires need to be changed after one year or roughly 1500km. Unlike car tires, which can last for 50,000km or more, electric scooter tires are not built that durably given its small size.
Falcon PEV is the exclusive distributor for all our electric scooter brands like Inokim, ETWOW, I-MAX, Stigo, EPIQUE Bikes, Ninebot etc. All our customers enjoy a 6-months to 1-year limited Factory Warranty on all electrical parts including the Li Ion battery subject to terms and conditions here. Be aware of cheaper low quality copycats which could pose a safety risk.
Falcon PEV maintains a team of highly trained technicians for both our in-house and mobile repair and service centers. Our customers can enjoy a free rental unit while waiting for their scooters to be serviced (subject to availability). Book our service now.
Customer safety are always the center of our focus. That is why we have worked with the largest insurance company NTUC Income to launch the most affordable electric scooter insurance plan for our riders. Purchase your personal mobility guard insurance with a 10% discount!
Falcon PEV allows for escooter trade-ins and upgrades for customers. Customers can bring in their electric scooters for an assessment and trade in values will be dependent on the condition of the scooter. Find out more about our electric scooter trade in.
The INOKIM Quick 3 strikes the perfect balance of ruggedness with 10x2.5 inch pneumatic tyres, comfortable large standing deck, and lightweight enough to carry around at 14.5kg. Add a seat make it a more comfortable electric scooter ride!
The carbon fiber ZERO 2.0 is the lightest electric scooter at only 6.3 KG. The ZERO 2.0 is the World's first modularly designed electric scooter with a beautiful carbon fiber frame design, making it hugely popular for the last mile commuter looking to bring it up the train. Read CNET's review of the ZERO 2.0.
The E-TWOW Booster Plus is lightweight, portable yet powerful. The Booster Plus, despite its upgrades and improvements from older ETWOW version, is going for the same low price as the Zoom Air 2. Read the review of the ETWOW Booster Plus vs Zoom Air 2.
Too tired to stand up during the long journeys on an electric scooter? Our Stigo is the most portable and fastest folding electric scooter with an integrated seat design. Read CNET's review of the Stigo.
The 2017 EPIQUE City E-Bike is a foldable pedal-assist electric bike like no other. The EPIQUE is comfortable, sporty and lightweight (only 14kg), folds up compactly and allows the rider to push onto the train easily. Equipped with a 250W high-torque geared brushless motor, the EPIQUE City boasts a slope climbing ability of 30 degrees.
Electric scooters (or escooters) operate using a hassle brushless hub motor that is built into the wheel. The drive train system is virtually invisible to the naked eye. It uses a lithium based battery (most often Li-Ion) as its source of power, the same kind of batteries that power your hand phone and laptop.
The hub motor does all the work for you at the press of a button or throttle. The only skills requirement is that you have some bicycle balancing skills.
You control the speed of your electric scooter at your will, through a speed control throttle at the handlebar, providing you smooth acceleration.
Our electric scooters can carry you for a distance of 30-40 km on one charge, enabling you to travel for hours.
Difference between cheap electric scooter vs the premium models?
The difference lies in the built quality, performance and reliability. The batteries of cheaper electric scooter models do not have the capability to last more than 6 months whereas the more premium batteries can typically last up to 2 years.
The built quality of cheaper models is also poorer in that the aluminium alloy used is of a cheaper quality and not manufactured as well as the higher quality materials. This results in hairline cracks which leads to easier breakage of the frame components.
Read our blog to learn more about the risks of buying a cheap electric scooter model.