Glion Dolly electric scooter for adults price affordable, Fold-able Lightweight Adult Electric Scooter with Li-Ion Battery. Not a toy aircraft aluminum frame is designed for daily use by commuters and other adults Premium 36v, 6.6Ah lithium ion battery with 15-mile range and 3.25 hrs. charge time
Powerful 250 watt (600 peak) DC brush-less hub motor with electronic anti-lock maintenance-free brake.
Honeycomb never-flat airless rubber tires Patented dolly and vertical self-standing feature: roll it like a suitcase, stand it in a corner with headlight for dark, or night riding, and a functional reflector for safety reasons. it also features a pedestrian bell, if you need it.
• Maximum Rider Weight: 255 lbs/115 kg
• Weight (with battery): 28 lbs/12 kg
• Speed: 15 mph/25Kmh
• Range Per Charge: 15 miles/25 km
• Motor: 250W (Peak 600 w) brush-less electric hub motor
• Battery: SONY Lithium Ion 36V, 6.6 ah
• Battery charge time: 2 hrs 75%, 3.5 hrs 100%
• Battery cycle life: 1000+ cycles (3-5 years)
• Frame: 6061-T6 aircraft grade aluminum alloy (powder coated)
• Tires: 8-inch honeycomb never-flat tires
• Ultra-portable: Patented Vertical Self-Standing Dolly Feature
• Folding: 1 second foot actuated folding/unfolding
• Size Folded: 36x16x8 inches/92x20x30 cm
• Additional Features: headlight, rear reflector and pedestrian bell. Scooter cover sold separately.
- it is easy to fold, and unfold. They use a simple locking pin that has two positions.
- it looks and feels secure. its not as slick as a one-handed release but in practice it takes about 30 seconds to fold it down.
- the charge port is easy to access and use.
- the scooter’s frame and welds look and feel high quality.
- it seems to charge within a few hours pretty uneventfully
it’s too early to comment on the long term battery life
- It is about ~15 miles, pretty close to advertised on relatively flat ground
- the Glion is a relatively light ~27 lbs and small, compared to most of its competitors which are over 30lbs.
- it is short enough to easily fit on the luggage rack on a standard cal-train.
- pulling the scooter by the dolly handle is very practical when getting off the station platform.
- the handlebar controls, which feel like cheap plastic.
- The handlebars jiggle a bit and cannot be tightened down. Doesn’t feel like a security issue but its noticeable on bumpy roads