Bought the red emove touring for wife’s birthday. She absolutely loves it. Speed is fast enough for her. It goes about 25 mph, maintains speed at incline, and battery lasts more than 20 miles at full speed before charging. Her previous Escooter was only 15 mph and battery lasted about 2 miles before charging.
I bought this scooter for commuting around San Diego on sunny days and it has served me well (300 miles on it so far). Good performance, great range, and much more comfortable to ride than something with no suspension. It has one critical flaw that is easy to overlook as a new rider though.
After 300 miles of use, I have had the nuts that hold the front suspension and the rear swing arm walk themselves off their bolts over time on bumpy pavement. Since the scooter does clatter a bit over bumps even when everything is in place, it's hard to notice when these nuts are coming loose if you don't check them every time you ride. I've since replaced all the nuts with locking nuts (the ones that have nylon rings built into them) so that they don't come off unless I want them off. It's a very cheap solution to a small problem, on an otherwise excellent scooter that is a great value for money.
Probably shouldn't but I am. I have been using the electric scooter to get me to and from university each day in the middle of winter. School is up hill from my place and so far I have had no issues going up hill right after a snow storm, givin the roads have been plowed. As long as I take corners very slow and only accelerate on straight aways it's been great. I weigh 250lbs as well and it can lift my fat butt up the hill from stopped no problem at a max speed of around 12mph, up hill that is.
The scooter was just what we wanted and enjoying it very much.