!GIVEAWAY! BEST FULL SUSPENSION electric scooter UNDER $400: Fluidfreeride Mosquito electric scooter review

 
 

The Fluidfreeride Mosquito folding electric scooter is one of the best in its class, especially considering it has full suspension and a starting price at just $399. 

Fluidfreeride has five electric scooters in their lineup; this one, the Mosquito, is their affordable offering and comes stock with front and rear suspension, integrated lighting, an easy-to-operate folding mechanism and a light curb weight of 22 pounds. Oh, and WE’RE DOING A GIVEAWAY ON THIS SCOOTER!

There’s several ways to enter the giveaway for a chance to win the Fluidfreeride Mosquito electric scooter. We’ll outline the different ways to enter below, for a maximum of five total entries per person — each method counts as its own separate way to enter, so you can of course just hit up one way to enter, or all of them if you want those extra chances to win.

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Power — 300 nominal watts

The Fluidfreeride Mosquito folding electric scooter has one hub motor in the front wheel with a nominal output of 300 watts, making this slightly more powerful some of its competitors, which typically have only 250 nominal watts.

Speed  — 20 mph

The Fluidfreeride Mosqutio folding electric scooter has a top speed of 20 mph, which can be reached using the throttle. Again, this is a bit of a better stat than some of its competitors, which typically only have a top speed of 15-18 ph.

Battery and Range — 36 volt 9.8 ah, 20 miles

The Fluidfreeride Mosquito folding electric scooter runs on a 36 volt system and has a 9.8 ah battery for an estimated max range of 20 miles. The battery is located in the stem, keeping the electric profile of this scooter very low and making it a stealthy electric scooter.

Display — LCD

The Fluidfreeride Mosquito folding electric scooter has an LCD display in the middle of the handlebars with five LED lights to indicate battery level. The display shows current speed, battery level and drive mode.

Frame and weight — Aluminum alloy, 22 pounds

The Fluidfreeride Mosquito folding electric scooter has an aluminum alloy frame and weighs in at nearly 22 pounds. This makes the Mosquito a pretty light electric scooter and makes it incredibly easy to fold up and carry around if needed. 

Suspension — Dual spring suspension

The Fluidfreeride Mosquito folding electric scooter has dual spring suspension that significantly mitigates smaller bumps and cracks in the road and does well at smoothing out the ride. This makes a big difference for comfort on longer treks with this scooter. And once again, this is definitely not something you see very often on electric scooters at this price point.

Brakes — electronic, mechanical

The Fluidfreeride Mosquito folding electric scooter has an electric brake and a traditional mechanical foot brake. The stopping power is adequate here, but not overpowered. Still, it’s easy to bring to a complete stop with just the electric braking and for those times when you need extra stopping power, the foot brake does come in handy.

Warranty — 15 day return, 3 month comprehensive

The Fluidfreeride Mosquito folding electric scooter has a 3 month comprehensive warranty that covers manufacturing defects and also allows for a 15 day return period.

Price — Starting at $399

Starting at $399, the Fluidfreeride Mosquito folding electric scooter is, in our opinion, a bit underpriced. It’s a great value for what it offers and will beat out almost any competitor at the same price point as far as specs and performance goes.

Who’s it for — Commuters on a budget

This feels like a good choice for those who need a serious commuting vehicle but need something that’s lighter and more compact than an electric bike and more stable than an electric skateboard. The Mosquito works well as a last-mile solution, and is more than just a toy, although it is still fun to ride. The low price point of $399 makes this a great option for an entry-level electric scooter and should prove to be higher quality and have more features than similar products at the same price.