Excellent but the mph reading is very inaccurate
Easy peasy swap out with the OEM trigger… worked well…. display was nice, wish it was a tad brighter, but worked for my needs. My thumb was happy.
My first escooter was a FluidFreeride Horizon. I ordered it on a Thursday... was emailed that it was to arrive the following Tuesday.
Shipping was delayed until the following week. When it was out for delivery, I luckily looked at the delivery status and it showed that FedEx was at the apartment building.
I went downstairs and caught the truck before it left. The driver did not want to drop off the boxed Horizon.
I ordered my Emove Cruiser from Voro's site late Saturday night. I was sent am email that I was to receive my Cruiser on Thursday. I was skeptical about the delivery because of the bad experience from the Horizon.
On Thursday, I got a knock on my door and I found the boxed Cruiser at my door.
Absolutely great receiving experience.
I have since ordered a couple more times from Voro and have had the same great response.
The Horizon is a fantastic scooter. But the Cruiser is even better.
I took a fall on my Horizon in the first week because it got a flat due to tire pinch. The Horizon gets challenging around 20mph... you feel the speed.
I have had zero issues with the Cruiser. At the Cruisers 30mph top speed, I feel safer than on the Horizon at 20mph.
I ride the Cruiser exclusively. I've ridden the Horizon once(I didn't want to risk my Cruiser)in extreme cold, since receiving the Cruiser.
If you are thinking about your first scooter, skip the Horizon and get the Cruiser. Voro's customer service was better also!
easy swap, has a slight learning curve but enjoying it so far.
Bought and installed the thumb throttle today. Took me about 30 minutes, some may go faster, I go slow watching the video and rewinding not to miss anything. The cable is short and a tip I found was to collapse the right handle bar during installation otherwise you cannot remove the brake lever. I took the scooter on a 10 mile journey today, mostly flat paved trail. A huge improvement to the finger throttle which I thought covered the brake lever. The thumb throttle takes time getting used to, it is a little jerky jerky at the beginning until you get the touch. I have an average size hand and found that the thumb lever was not at the right position for my hand. In order for the thumb lever to be at the right spot for my thumb it would need to be moved more towards the center of the handle bars, but you cannot do this or else the right side handle bar will not collapse. So it seems to me that this thumb throttle was not an initial item with the scooter but an after thought. It needs to be re-designed for the ergonomics our your thumb placement. I thought of placing the volt meter on the other side of the handle bar to give move space to move more center. We shall see if I do this. A step up over the finger throttle for sure.