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    Thoughts about them?

    I plan on buying one for commuting to work.

    I'm eyeing the Boosted Rev, $1,600 siya, and mukhang reliable naman and fast based sa reviews. It can go 40kmh with a 30km range. Gagamitin ko pang commute minsan. If magustuhan ko, baka yun na gamitin ko for work.



    Ok rin yung brand na Dualtron. Pero mahal, abot ₱200,000.

    Meron ba dito may alam sa electric scooter? Ayoko kasi mag invest masyado, mahirap na pano ayusin pag masira dito sa Pilipinas. Mahal at hassle naman masyado to ship it back.

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    marami naka ganito sa condo. maybe i should inquire about where they purchased these..

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    The most popular scooter these days is the Xiaomi Mijia M365 scooter.

    Kaabo has higher end scooters and a service center too. It's at the corner of EDSA and Quezon Avenue (near 7-eleven).

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    Nakakaalangan kung lubak sa dadaanan. Sa liit ng gulong, sesemplang ka. Extra careful dapat. Mas ok mag folding bike. May electric pedal assist na folding bike si xiaomi. But of course, mas bulky ito. Kung kaya ipasok sa office na nakafold

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ser Chief View Post
    Thoughts about them?

    I plan on buying one for commuting to work.

    I'm eyeing the Boosted Rev, $1,600 siya, and mukhang reliable naman and fast based sa reviews. It can go 40kmh with a 30km range. Gagamitin ko pang commute minsan. If magustuhan ko, baka yun na gamitin ko for work.



    Ok rin yung brand na Dualtron. Pero mahal, abot ₱200,000.

    Meron ba dito may alam sa electric scooter? Ayoko kasi mag invest masyado, mahirap na pano ayusin pag masira dito sa Pilipinas. Mahal at hassle naman masyado to ship it back.
    on main thoroughfares?
    they're dangerous.
    to everybody, including the user.

    but for subdivisions, ok.
    but it's probably murder on the humps.

    bili na lang kayo ng motor.

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    My wife is considering getting one of these since her office is just about half a kilometer from our house.

    Among the local available brands, which is the best choice (has to be three-wheeler)?

    China brands lang available sa area namin (Nwow, TailG, Romai, Knite).

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    500 meters? bakit hindi na lang maglakad?

    Quote Originally Posted by garfield_08 View Post
    My wife is considering getting one of these since her office is just about half a kilometer from our house.

    Among the local available brands, which is the best choice (has to be three-wheeler)?

    China brands lang available sa area namin (Nwow, TailG, Romai, Knite).

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Qwerty_ View Post
    500 meters? bakit hindi na lang maglakad?
    I know. I already told her that pero ayaw mainitan at pawisan since madami kausap sa maghapon.

    Besides, she will be using the interior roads, not much vehicle traffic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garfield_08 View Post
    My wife is considering getting one of these since her office is just about half a kilometer from our house.

    Among the local available brands, which is the best choice (has to be three-wheeler)?

    China brands lang available sa area namin (Nwow, TailG, Romai, Knite).
    E-Trike on the streets -- love or hate?

    There's not much love for e-trikes on the roads these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verbl Kint View Post
    E-Trike on the streets -- love or hate?

    There's not much love for e-trikes on the roads these days.
    thanks for the link

    My wife's got a license. She'll be using the back roads that practically has no traffic. But i'll still consider the arguments discussed on the thread should we decide to get that e-bike. Thanks.

    For those who own one, how's the experience? build quality? technical problems encountered?

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