XPRIT Electric Scooters provide great maneuverability and owe a lot of this to their solid rubber tires. It may only be made from aluminum, but that\u2019s to be expected from a budget scooter, and the no rear wheel brake problem can be solved by just planting both feet firmly on the ground. And while it may not be all that flashy, we still consider it a best folding electric scooter.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Xprit Electric Scooter\r\nThe XPRIT Electric Scooter holds quite a bit of impressive features for a scooter that has become known as a \u2018budget scooter\u2019. The 15 MPH top speed is comparable with most high end scooters, and the 8Ah battery is a nice little addition that other, more expensive scooters, haven\u2019t even adopted yet.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nThe XPRIT Electric Kick Scooter can boast a top speed of about 15 MPH under ideal conditions. This is about on par with other scooters in its class like the Glion Dolly Foldable Lightweight Adult Electric Scooter. The XPRIT can also tackle slopes of up to 10%, which isn\u2019t bad, but also isn\u2019t the highest we\u2019ve seen for these types of scooter. The Glion scooter mentioned previously can tackle slopes steeper than that.\r\nSafety\r\nThe XPRIT E Scooter may only have 6.5 inch tires, which are two inches smaller than comparable scooters, but the hard rubber tires make it so that the scooter grips the road firmly and adds a wonderful amount of maneuverability. You can check out the Nanrobot D4+ if bigger, chunkier tires make you feel safer though. Unfortunately, the scooter doesn\u2019t come with a rear brake, so you\u2019ll have to rely on front brake stopping power. Not that it\u2019s bad, but having an extra option is always nice.\r\nBattery Life\r\nThe XPRIT Electric Scooter boasts an impressive 8Ah battery that can propel a fully grown adult about 13 miles before it finally gives out. The Ninebot Segway Max has a comparable amount of distance if you\u2019d like to check that out too. But the most impressive thing about the battery on the XPRIT Electric Scooter is that it can charge in about two or three hours which is the lowest we\u2019ve seen of any scooter so far!\r\nDurability\r\nWhile the scooter is made from high-grade aluminum alloy, we still wish it was made out of something a bit more hefty like steel. But this adds to the compactness and lightness of the scooter, weighing only 27 pound. It also folds in three clicks so you can walk with it in hand onto a bus or subway. The weight capacity of the scooter is still on-par with most other higher-end scooters though by being able to carry a maximum of 220 pounds.\r\nValue\r\nThe XPRIT Electric Scooter comes with plenty of extra features such as an LED display which displays current speed, trip mileage, and current gear. Speaking of gear, the scooter has four different modes; ECO, Confort, and Sport that you can select depending on your needs or the type of conditions outside. And useful tip, the LED screen is bright enough that it can be used as a headlight if you find yourself riding in the dark.\r\nXPRIT Electric Scooter Wrap Up\r\nWhat the XPRIT Electric Scooter has going for it that even high-end scooters don\u2019t is the incredible 2-3 hour charge time. The mile range is average, if even a little on the high side, but the charge time is what really sets it apart. Overall, it\u2019s a fantastic family scooter that should be able to fit into your smart home with nothing but ease.