HX X10 Scooter Review – Reddit

X10 Electric Scooter Review - Reddit

Dual Motor Off Road Scooter

  • Be safe and enjoy your new scooter 2024!
  • 48V 2400W
  • HX X10 would be more manageable than those crazy-fast escooters.
  • 32 MPH max speed | 18.6 Ah Battery
  • Single / Dual-drive Motor mode optional

Which is the Best Scooter Feature for Off Road

What are the Key Features to Make an Off Road Scooter "The Best"?

HX X10 Scooter

Off road electric scooter is all-terrain scooter that handle dirt trails, hills, grassy fields, gravel roads, and even sand, as well as they do pavement and smooth, flat track. A reliable Off-road scooter can be still excellent for on-road, but the opposite isn’t necessarily true.

Dual Motor – 2400W

Riders definitely want a powerful and smooth motor power to handle off-road terrains. The higher wattage, the better torque and climbing performance. X10 electric scooter comes with front and rear motors, both rated 1200W, total output at 2400 Watts, provides exceptional torque to tackle steep inclines and rough terrain while off roading.

Battery Capacity – 18.6Ah 900Wh

Tackling rugged trails call for impeccable hill climbing power and diving speed (for fun), and a high-capacity battery that ensures long-lasting riding performance. X10 e-scooter adapt with 18.6Ah removable battery, and you could always having an extra plug&play X10 scooter battery pack for extended off-road adventures.

HX X10 scooter battery

Off Road Mode – Single/Dual Motor Drive

X10 dual motor electric scooter come with specific off-road modes that adjust from front/rear/dual drive and scooter’s P setting for higher max speed, just another premium feature to make the X10 to the best off road electric scooter.

At the $1000 price points, HX X10 is a genuine off road scooter for adults, its mountain bike feel, enhanced by great suspension, pneumatic tires.

Suspension & Tires – 11″ Pneumatic

HX X10 come with large and robust tires, preferably vacuum (air-filled) tire with deep treads, enhanced suspension, and higher ground clearance to complement challenging terrains. X10 fat tire scooter is specially designed for off-road use.

X10 off road electric scooter includes a front and rear suspension system to absorb shocks and vibrations, enhancing comfort during off-road rides.

Build Quality – Single-piece Frame

Off road scooter X10 build with a sturdy and durable frame, the integrated structure made from tough aluminum-magnesium alloy, one-piece molding, lightweight and  durable. A well-built electric off road scooter can withstand the rigors of off-road riding.

Off Road Electric Scooter
X10 Electric Scooter Battery

Water Resistance – IP55

When you’re out on off-roading trails, consider a off-road electric scooter have an IP rating to cope with mud, dust and water puddles that protects electronic components from moisture, especially when riding in different weather conditions.

X10 electric scooter off road with integrated wiring, which means no exposed lines, prevent cables from aging, leakage and damage, what’s more, X10 embedded battery design ensures better waterproof rate, protect it from hot/cold temperatures.

Conclusion

It’s a decent off-road electric scooter for the money, especially as it was the least expensive scooter you could find with 11-inch tires. The top speed is around 30mph according to the speedometer. The ride quality is very smooth, as the suspension does a good job of absorbing bumps in the road. The frame is also pretty durable.

Some riders may also like the removable battery design, as you can charge or store the battery inside to protect it from hot/cold temperatures.

Other Thoughts

If you’re looking for a lower-performance scooter with more stability, HX scooter is coming out with a 25mph electric scooter called the X11. Like the X10, it has a removable battery, but also a quick-release motor controller and front wheel (I don’t know of any other scooter that has these features). X11 scooter also has front suspension and is relatively compact.

3 Comments

  1. I’ve strayed away from high-performance electric scooters due to a nasty accident I had, but I’ll detail my experience:
    The good:
    -Very fast acceleration; it can even spin the tires a bit in the highest speed mode
    -Pillow-like ride due to lots of suspension travel (though the suspension itself is the kind you’d find on a cheap Walmart mountain bike)
    -Weather sealing works very well (I accidentally left it outside in a torrential downpour and no water seeped into the electronics compartment)
    -Plenty of ground clearance (which unfortunately leads to other issues)
    -Removable battery means I can store the scooter in the garage while keeping the battery in a climate-controlled environment
    -Very easy to change the max speed, (goes from 15 to 25 to 30) which also changes the acceleration curve.
    The bad:
    -One of the threads for the screws that holds down the deck was half-broken, so I have to press it down quite hard to get it to start screwing in.
    -Very very heavy; weighs around 70 pounds. This is not a scooter that I would recommend if you plan on folding it and carrying it around, unless you’re super buff.
    -I did have a stem wobble issue, which was mostly resolved through some back-and-forth with customer service. They sent me a tool to tighten the steering bolt though.

  2. Thanks for the response. I used to own a dualtron eagle pro 2 years ago until I fell and had a limp for months. I do not want to relive that. I thought the 48v of the X10 would be more manageable and handling. I think I may stick to my bike for a little bit longer. Thank you for the response. I appreciate you.

  3. It looks good. My only complaint would be that it’s only 48V, which would limit peak power and top speed. It’s a good first dual motor though. Enjoy it! It’s nice having power on tap when you need it, as well as suspension.

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3 Comments

  1. I’ve strayed away from high-performance electric scooters due to a nasty accident I had, but I’ll detail my experience:
    The good:
    -Very fast acceleration; it can even spin the tires a bit in the highest speed mode
    -Pillow-like ride due to lots of suspension travel (though the suspension itself is the kind you’d find on a cheap Walmart mountain bike)
    -Weather sealing works very well (I accidentally left it outside in a torrential downpour and no water seeped into the electronics compartment)
    -Plenty of ground clearance (which unfortunately leads to other issues)
    -Removable battery means I can store the scooter in the garage while keeping the battery in a climate-controlled environment
    -Very easy to change the max speed, (goes from 15 to 25 to 30) which also changes the acceleration curve.
    The bad:
    -One of the threads for the screws that holds down the deck was half-broken, so I have to press it down quite hard to get it to start screwing in.
    -Very very heavy; weighs around 70 pounds. This is not a scooter that I would recommend if you plan on folding it and carrying it around, unless you’re super buff.
    -I did have a stem wobble issue, which was mostly resolved through some back-and-forth with customer service. They sent me a tool to tighten the steering bolt though.

  2. Thanks for the response. I used to own a dualtron eagle pro 2 years ago until I fell and had a limp for months. I do not want to relive that. I thought the 48v of the X10 would be more manageable and handling. I think I may stick to my bike for a little bit longer. Thank you for the response. I appreciate you.

  3. It looks good. My only complaint would be that it’s only 48V, which would limit peak power and top speed. It’s a good first dual motor though. Enjoy it! It’s nice having power on tap when you need it, as well as suspension.

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