If you are looking for a larger, solid electric scooter that can go the distance, not much touches the Inmotion L9 at this price point. An obvious rival to the Ninebot G30 Max, the L9 adds full suspension, has IP55 water resistance rating and automatic indicators that flash when you turn. It also has up to 33% more range than the Ninebot scoring 30 miles in real-world conditions at full speed. The handy Inmotion mobile app allows full control of this next-generation electric scooter.
Max speed: 18 mph Range: 60 mi /100 km (Claimed)
Weight: 24 kg
Water resistance and monster range
The new Inmotion L9 Electric Scooter has an unrivalled range at this price point with a claim of 60 miles in ideal conditions. We have already achieved almost 30 miles at full speed in the UK.
The L9 incorporates a dual braking system with an electromagnetic regenerative brake on the front and a disc brake on the rear for added safety. Dual Suspension, widened deck and 10″ pneumatic tyres make the L9 a very comfortable e-scooter to ride on smooth and uneven surfaces. Inmotion has also included a dual charge feature which means that 2 chargers can be used together to charge the battery twice as fast. This is a really useful feature as it reduces the charge time from just over 7 hours to 3.6 hours.
Perhaps the most important feature for us in the UK is its waterproof rating. The Controller is IPX6 rated, the Battery is IPX7 rated and the body is IP55 rated. The 500W motor and powerful battery also allow the L9 to climb hills of up to 30% graded.
18 mph / 30 km/h
Range (PET Est.)
31 ml / 50 km
Front/Rear, Electro-magnetic KERS, Disk
Deck LED strip, Front LED, Dual-beam, Rear LED
Load (Max Rider Weight)
131 x 52 x 56 cm
Electric scooters are not to be used on footpaths, cycle lanes or roads. It is the complete responsibility of the customer to ensure that your e-scooter is operated by all country and local laws. The customer assumes all liability and risk associated with the use of electric scooter, electric unicycles, onewheel products and holds Electric Revolution Ltd, Electric Scooter Land and its owners free from any liability caused by their use.