>>1389393>kugoo s1 pro
Well, post it, because chink sell different scooters under kugoo brand.
With Kugoo (E-TWOW clone) I had only three issues.
1) Throttle lever was falling off all the time, due to poor plastic injection and design. This was by far most annoying thing. Replacing it solved nothing.
2) Water gets in battery, and there is no easy way to seal battery compartment.
3) Folding mechanism has a little bit of play in it, and rear suspension is loosey too (makes soviet tram noises on tiles).
As for reliability, it handles very well riding in park/woods thing (compacted soil and roots everywhere), field in middle of nowhere (compacted sand with uneven surface).
With 7.8 A-h battery (cells say they are Samsung, but I have doubts) I was able to get 25 km.
Can't say anything about M365, since I never owned one, but I can say about Ninebot/Segway ES, which is designed by same company.
1. Aluminium deck flexes under 100 kg. Metal is too thin.
2. No rubber bushings, which means vibrations are transmitted really well, which means work hardening will happen and it will crack one day. Also ball joints in legs won't like this.
3. Motor is a piece of garbage. Not only it is made out of aluminium (E-TWOW and Kugoo have steel rim, and aluminium side walls), but it is machined poorly and for some reason they had fell for low-profile rubber tire meme, which again, means more vibrations. That said, M365 has pneumatic tires, so it is not that big of an issue.
4. Suspension is too stiff and travel distance is so short it can't absorb seams on concrete sidewalk, leave alone road.
5. Steering limiter is plain dangerous.
6. Motor firmware is dangerous too. Regenerative breaking is engaged once you release throttle, which is annoying and inefficient, but also zero-start will turn of the wheel on pothole, causing you to fly full MCAS into ground.
7. 100 kg is hold by 5 (five) M6 tiny screws threaded in aluminium. Obviously, they got ripped outta of here.