About UScooters
  • Total Products


Editor's Note

Navigating city streets has rarely been as efficient or enjoyable as with the UScooters Eco underfoot—perfectly suited for those valuing practicality over power in their daily travels.

UScooters Eco

  • Range

    33 km

  • Top Speed

    24 kph

  • Motor Power


  • Battery Size

    156 Wh


  • Lightweight design
  • Solid build quality
  • Reliable battery life


  • Modest top speed
  • Limited hill climbing power
  • Solid tires less comfortable than pneumatic

Product Overview

E-scooters have been buzzing around town for a while now, and the UScooters Eco seems like it's crafted for those on-the-go urbanites seeking a compact, eco-friendly alternative to cars or public transport. Its modest top speed and range make it ideal for short commutes or quick errands. However, speed demons or long-distance commuters might find its capabilities a bit limited.

Design and Build Quality:

Unboxing the UScooters Eco, its design immediately gives off an aura of reliability with a refined finish. Lightweight yet sturdy, this scooter is crafted from high-quality materials that suggest durability. I appreciated how the dual spring suspension contributed to a smooth ride on city streets. Thankfully, no assembly wizardry was required; I got it up and running in no time.

Overall Performance:

Zipping through traffic, I found the scooter's agility impressive. It’s not going to win any races with its 24 kph top speed, but for weaving through congested streets, it’s perfect. Steep hills did challenge the 250w motor, yet it managed without stalling—just don’t expect rapid acceleration uphill. Braking took some getting used to; the foot brake demands a certain finesse but delivers solid stopping power once you get the hang of it.

The Motors & Battery:

Throughout the week, I tested this scooter under various conditions—flat terrain being where it excelled. The battery life lived up to expectations, consistently offering close to the advertised 33 km range. During longer journeys across town, I never experienced any sudden drops in power or performance.

The Wheels & Braking:

Riding daily over urban terrain, solid tires provided peace of mind by eliminating worries about punctures. However, they're not as forgiving as pneumatic tires when hitting rough patches; you’ll feel more vibrations and bumps. As for braking, I'll say this: start slowing down sooner than later—foot brakes require anticipation.

Overall Handling:

Gliding through alleyways and around corners felt intuitive with this e-scooter. Its lightweight frame made handling breezy and carrying it into buildings or public transportation was no hassle at all—a significant plus for apartment dwellers or transit riders.

Maintenance and Repair:

During my week with the Eco, maintenance was minimal—a check on screws and cleaning was all it needed. Encounters with customer service weren't necessary but from what I've seen online, parts are accessible if needed.

Additional Features:

What sweetened each outing were thoughtful extras like built-in lights for evening rides—safety is clearly a priority here. Though basic compared to some competitors, these features integrated seamlessly into my daily use.


7/10 - While the UScooters Eco is a competent urban companion with great build quality and range, its modest speed and solid tires slightly dampen its appeal.

UScooters Eco Specification

UScooters Eco
10 kg
Max Load
112 kg
Dual Spring
33 km
Top Speed
24 kph
Motor Power
Battery Size
156 Wh

Alternatives to the UScooters Eco