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Editor's Note

Riding the Synergy Tsunami is like commanding a small powerhouse on two wheels—thrilling yet reassuringly solid underfoot. While it might be overkill for those seeking something lightweight for casual jaunts around town, speed demons yearning for adrenaline-pumping rides will find themselves well-served.

Synergy Tsunami

  • Range

    90 km

  • Top Speed

    59 kph

  • Motor Power


  • Battery Size

    1440 Wh


  • Robust build quality
  • Impressive speed and range
  • Smooth handling


  • Heavyweight impacts portability
  • Initial learning curve due to size

Product Overview

Diving into the world of electric scooters, I've found that the Synergy Tsunami strikes an interesting balance for those who are looking for a powerful, long-range commuter with the muscle to tackle some thrill-seeking on the side. Built for riders craving speed and endurance, this e-scooter caters to enthusiasts who don't shy away from a hefty, robust ride.

Design and Build Quality:

My first impression of the Synergy Tsunami centered around its robust frame and hefty feel. Crafted from durable materials, this scooter doesn't just look tough; it feels built to withstand a beating. Every element, from handlebars to deck, exuded quality. Even daily wear and tear couldn't rattle this beast. Assembly was straightforward—tools provided were adequate for the task, and I was up and riding in no time.

Overall Performance:

Performance-wise, Tsunami took my breath away. Whether darting through traffic during rush hour or cruising along park paths on a weekend jaunt, its 59 kph top speed had me grinning ear to ear. Acceleration was smooth yet forceful, propelling me forward with a satisfying surge. Braking felt secure even at high speeds, and the range—oh! Covering 90 km without a recharge meant freedom from range anxiety.

The Motors & Battery:

Equipped with a 2400w motor power, Tsunami faced uphill challenges like a champ—barely noticing inclines that would have lesser scooters gasping for battery life. Speaking of which, its 1440 Wh battery held true to specs across various terrains and temperatures. Commutes to work or leisure rides; battery performance remained consistently impressive.

The Wheels & Braking:

Pneumatic tires provided that cloud-like cushioning over potholes and gravel paths alike. Stability wasn't just a promise—it was delivered in spades every ride. Combined with disc brakes that responded instantly at my fingertips, safety concerns were all but eradicated even when navigating unpredictable city streets.

Overall Handling:

Handling this beast took some getting used to due to its weight; however, once accustomed, riding became second nature. Carving through turns felt intuitive with the dual spring suspension absorbing most bumps without jarring my wrists or knees—whether navigating dense urban environments or more open stretches.

Maintenance and Repair:

Routine maintenance didn’t pose any issues—I could tighten bolts and adjust brakes myself without fuss. In terms of support, I didn’t need repairs within my testing period; however, part availability seemed comprehensive from what I could gather online.

Additional Features:

The integrated lighting system extended my riding hours into the night while providing ample visibility for those late returns home. The electric gauges offered clear readouts of my vitals—a glance was all it took to stay informed.


Taking everything into account, I'd rate the Synergy Tsunami at 8/10. It excels in power delivery and range but loses points due to its heft making portability an issue for some users.

Synergy Tsunami Specification

Synergy Tsunami
39 kg
Max Load
Dual Spring
90 km
Top Speed
59 kph
Motor Power
Battery Size
1440 Wh
Water Resistant

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