The box itself is on the small side, but big enough for my dlock. It has a handle, but no quick way to release it, so kind of pointless with its current attachment system in my opinion. My husband attached it with industrial Velcro since I change it out with a food delivery box when I run out for groceries, dinner. The ability to attach a storage box is one of the main reasons I went with the Emove Cruiser S, so this option was important for me. The handle part of it is invaluable for moving it as well.
The emove storage case is the accessory that I have been missing. Perfect for lunch items, tools, any small items you need to transport. I wish it was a little more lightweight but no complaints.
Use Loctite blue when putting it all together with the screws and you will be set. Needs to be a little bit bigger. Can’t hold very much. If it were a little bit taller, I’d be able to carry home some carry out.
My wife and I ordered 2 units as our first e-scoots. Both arrived in good form after a long ship to Ohio (well packaged). The idea was to use these on our large network of bike paths to go town hopping- and they are extremely perfect for that. I weigh about 240lbs (6’2”) and the eMove Cruiser has tackled every hill our Metroparks can throw at it. The longest day we have had was around 40 miles and we still had approx 1/3 battery left so the 60m target is spot on if you cruise around 15-17mph and opt to take the battery all the way down (we do not).
Pros: adjustable bar height, range, speed (yeah it is no demon, but 15-20mph is plenty for paths and there is still more room in the speed department if you need it), comfortable (large deck, suspension).
Cons: small stem wobble (corrected mostly by replacing the hinge bolt at the attachment point (a weakness others have pointed out), grips need replaced for locking ones that will not rotate on you
I plan on adding a WKGT to the stable, but I do not see it entirely replacing the Cruiser. The thing is just so fun to ride and you never feel like you are really on the edge of disaster. It is not for jumping, stunting, off-road, or drag racing but if you want to get out there and explore/commute I think, in my opinion, you cannot do better for the money (especially if you are larger and want that 330lb weight capacity.
I modified this to fit a different scooter, and works great, well built, heavy duty. The case is a bit small for my needs, but this gives me a flat platform to mount a different storage box. I looked around and this is the best I could find.