In this coolreall review, we recommend this for anyone who has money to spend since this is one of the hottest commodities out right now. These new electric scooter designs are slowly taking over. They’re new and fun to use. The best way to describe it is to call it a segway without the handle bars, but they’re much more entertaining. Celebrities like Justin beiber and Meek Mill have been seen with them.
What it Comes With: Scooter, 100-240v AC charger w/ US plugs, User Manual.
Set up: The scooter comes with a little bit of charge out of the box, however it is recommended you charge it to full before usage. It takes roughly 1 hour to charge it to 100%. I always hate when manufactures do that.
Usage: At first, it’s highly recommended to practice in a safe area, preferably indoors with carpet to cushion your fall as it is a little tricky to get the hang of right away. You could also practice in a corridor, or near a counter top so that you have something to help keep your balance.
First, hold on to the wall or counter top, and place one foot lightly on the electric scooter. Try to keep your foot as light as possible as pressure is how the motor is activated. Once you get your second foot on the scooter, you’ll feel how easy it is to balance, next comes learning how to control the speed.
Leaning your toes forward will increase the speed of the electric scooter, while applying force to your heel will slow it down. To stop simply hold the position as you pressure with your heels to slow down the device until it comes to a half.
Alright. Time for our CoolReall Review. Where do I start lol. It comes in four colors, and I’m glad I got one in my favorite color, blue. The battery life is very solid for a 110Wh Lithium battery,so that means it can last up to 5 hours before running out, and it only takes an hour to charge. Do that math. That’s faster than anything I’ve charged. The smart motor installed is very reliable, it doesn’t allow you to accelerate past its maximum speed of 14 mph when going downhill, for safety reasons, so you never have to worry if you’re in danger with the CoolReall. Considering the average human running speed is 5 mph, you can see these are definitely worth it. The motor will also vibrate if you apply too much pressure to one side of the scooter while riding.
Overall, once you get over the initial learning curb, its a whole lot of fun to use these, They’re really new, and not many people know about them, so you’ll definitely get some looks when you roll up to a local gas station in one of these bad boys.
Tom writes about stuff he loves. He has been on a scooter kick for some time now. Electric scooters and hoverboards have been reviewed by him on Scooter Scouter. He is also the current owner of this site.