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Editor's Note

Throughout my time with Horizon, what stood out most was its unyielding dependability—a true workhorse hidden beneath its sleek exterior. For anyone in pursuit of a robust scooter that promises both fun rides and serious commuting chops without breaking the bank, this model could very well be your match.

Fluid Freeride Horizon

Fluid Freeride Horizon
  • Range

    37 km, 48 km

  • Top Speed

    37 kph, 40 kph

  • Motor Power


  • Battery Size

    480 Wh, 624 Wh


  • Robust build quality
  • Reliable battery life
  • Comfortable handling
  • Straightforward assembly
  • Effective lighting


  • Tire replacement difficulty
  • Modest hill climbing ability
  • Limited water resistance

Product Overview

Packing punch for both urban commuters and weekend adventurers, the Fluid Freeride Horizon is quite the contender in the e-scooter market. With a sturdy feel and robust design, it's clear that this ride was engineered for reliability and to cater to users weighing up to 120 kg who need a dependable way to zip through city streets or have a blast on their leisurely outings.

Design and Build Quality:

Right out of the box, Horizon's no-fuss setup impressed me; assembly was straightforward and quick. This scooter sports a minimalist yet rugged aesthetic, marrying functionality with style. Riding it daily, its solid frame reassured me of durability while dual spring suspension absorbed the bumps along my path, making each journey smoother than expected.

Overall Performance:

Whether I was dodging through tight traffic or cruising on open roads, this machine didn't disappoint. It picked up speed briskly, topping at 37 kph—a delight for thrill-seekers—while reliable drum brakes ensured I could stop with ease. Even when faced with modest hills, its gutsy motor tackled them without breaking a sweat, though steeper inclines did challenge its tenacity somewhat.

The Motors & Battery:

While the 500w motor may not be the mightiest in class, it proved ample for my daily escapades. The battery's resilience struck a chord with me; despite various terrains and speeds, it stayed true to its promise of 37 km range on a single charge. Recharging took about 5 hours, giving me enough juice to confidently plan my next day's journey without range anxiety.

The Wheels & Braking:

Mixed tires provided decent traction across varying pavements. However, when it came to replacing tires—let's just say I'd have preferred an easier task. Braking felt secure thanks to the drum system; it brought me to a smooth halt even in unexpected situations where quick reaction was crucial.

Overall Handling:

Navigating with Horizon became second nature swiftly; its handling struck an excellent balance between responsive and stable. Whether I weaved through city obstacles or enjoyed relaxed rides in the park, comfort was constant courtesy of its well-designed ergonomics and suspension.

Maintenance and Repair:

Maintenance-wise, I found keeping up with this scooter rather straightforward—if you're handy with tools. Getting parts wasn't too much of a hassle either. On one occasion I needed assistance from Fluid Freeride's customer service team; their response was prompt and helpful in resolving my issue without requiring DIY measures.

Additional Features:

Illuminating my night rides were Horizon's built-in lights—both practical and enhancing safety significantly. While some might overlook such details as electric gauges or quality remote controls, these additions enriched my user experience by providing convenience and control at my fingertips.


Weighing all aspects from performance to maintenance, I rate this e-scooter a strong 8/10. It lost points due to tire replacement challenges but scored high on reliability and overall user satisfaction.

Fluid Freeride Horizon Specification

Fluid Freeride HorizonFluid Freeride Horizon (13 Ah)
Fluid FreerideFluid Freeride
18 kg18 kg
Max Load
120 kg120 kg
Dual SpringDual Spring
37 km48 km
Top Speed
37 kph40 kph
Motor Power
Battery Size
480 Wh624 Wh
Recharge Time
5 - 6 hours7 - 8 hours
Hill Climbability
10 %10 %
Water Resistant
Regenerative Braking

Reviews of the Fluid Freeride Horizon


Based on 4 reviews

FluidFreeRide Horizon Electric Scooter Review
  • - 4.4
The Horizon passes with flying colours for performance and durability. This scooter was surely built to last come rain or shine, and I have confidence that with proper maintenance, you won’t need to buy a new electric scooter for a long time. The Horizon is definitely a step up from your portable commuter scooters, so if you’re looking for something you can easily get on the bus or train, you might want to look at Fluidfreeride’s Mosquito instead. However if you’re looking for something with a little more power, and a nice ‘intimidation factor’, the Horizon is your purchase.
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FluidFreeRide Horizon Electric Scooter Review
  • - 3.9
The HORIZON scooter has a solid build, decent range and speed for the price, and has a smooth ride. Overall, this scooter gets 7.9 out of 10 possible points. The HORIZON is perfect for commuters in the city, as well as those living in the suburbs (as long as your commute is 25 miles or less). The suspension in the HORIZON promises a smooth ride to all users and it is overall a great scooter at a reasonable price though it doesn’t quite make the cut as one of the top electric scooters.
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Horizon 10.4 Review
  • - 4
Due to its practical design and excellent road performance, the Horizon is a perfect match for commuters, as well as being particularly well-suited to first-time riders. It is a step up from budget scooters like those in the GoTrax and Hiboy lineups, and gives popular Segway models a run for their money. Plus, it’s compact folded frame makes it ideal for portability and storing out of sight when not in use.
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  • - 4
We found it hard to get too excited about the Horizon. It isn’t a giant leap in scooter aesthetics, but what it does, it does very well and all at a competitive price. For a few hundred pounds more than an electric scooter from a high street retailer, you’re getting a massive leap in performance.
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