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Inokim OXO Hero Electric Scooter
Inokim OXO Hero Electric Scooter
Inokim OXO Hero Electric Scooter
Inokim OXO Hero Electric Scooter
Inokim OXO Hero Electric Scooter
Inokim OXO Hero Electric Scooter
Inokim OXO Hero Electric Scooter
Inokim OXO Hero Electric Scooter
Inokim OXO Hero Electric Scooter
Inokim OXO Hero Electric Scooter
Inokim OXO Hero Electric Scooter
Inokim OXO Hero Electric Scooter
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Inokim OXO Hero Electric Scooter

INOK-OXO-HERO
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The INOKIM OxO has all the makings of a good scooter. It's fairly affordable, exceptionally well-built, and has a super comfy ride. Plus, it sports an array of outstanding features, including adjustable suspension and lights that turn on automatically when they sense It's dark. Unfortunately, though, the scooters power or lack thereof holds it back. Sluggish acceleration and a top speed of 28 mph wont exactly excite performance fans. Having said that, for anyone on the hunt for an INOKIM scooter, the Ox Hero should be on your list. All in all, if youre shopping for your first scooter and speed isnt your main focus, the INOKIM Ox Hero is a worthy contender.

Designs

Handlebars
It sports a good set of handlebars. Theyre not too wide, or too narrow, not too thin or too girthy theyre just right. And because theyre made from the same durable cast aluminum as the stem, theyre sturdy, free from wobble, and instill confidence when riding.

One of the standout things, for me, though, is the rubber grips. Like a steering wheel in a sports car, they fit the palm of your hand like a dream thanks to their beefy ergonomic shape. And then you have the LCD display. Responsible for monitoring your battery life, speed, riding mode and distance traveled, It's not the biggest, but It's neat, well-lit, and easy to use.

Frame
The INOKIM Ox is one of the best-looking scooters. And its frame is arguably one of its strongest features.

The simple yet striking colorway gives this scooter a unique look that will appeal to most scooter enthusiasts. Accents of orange highlight the front and rear swingarms, as well as the brake cables, which are neatly tucked away in the scooters stem.

Deck
The first thing you'll notice is the sheer size of the deck. Of all the scooters Ive ridden, the Ox has one of the biggest. This makes it easy to find a stance that feels natural and enhances comfort on long rides.

One of the decks redeeming features, though, is the kickplate at the rear. It's reinforced and perfect for firmly planting your back foot on while riding. It helps you maintain stability despite the lack of grip on the platform. It also facilitates a stance where you can shift your weight to the back of the scooter when braking for a more controlled stop.

Another great thing about the kickplate is that it has a cut-out. This allows the ridge on the back of the handlebars to click into it, making it easier to pack up, pick up, and carry. Having said that, It's hardly light, so carrying it is still hard work.

Wheels
Measuring 10 x 2.5 inches apiece, the Ox has two pneumatic tires which are air-filled rather than solid. This helps to absorb the terrain underfoot and provides a more comfortable ride.

Build Quality & Durability
Along with the ride quality (which well cover later in the review), the Oxs build quality is one of its strong suits. The Ox was designed from the ground up with a whole host of custom parts. And you can tell. Quality is in abundance.

Weight & Load
The Hero weighs in at 57 lbs, a full 4 lbs lighter than the Ox Super, which is about what youd expect given the Supers bigger battery. Compared to the scooters I recommend as alternatives, the Ox is on the lighter side, along with the EMOVE Cruiser which weighs in at 52 lbs, but the Mantis Base (61 lbs) and the Apollo Ghost (64 lbs) both come in heavier. Still, at 57 lbs, It's far from light, so It's unlikely to fit the bill if youre on the hunt for a commuter scooter.

Folding & Portability
The Ox folds in half at the base of the stem using a premium, claw-like mechanism. It's simple to use.

Assembly
As with most scooters, the Ox comes pretty much ready to go. There are a couple of tasks you need to do before youre ready to ride. Set aside 20-30 mins to get the job done.

First, you'll want to unbox it and place it on the floor. Then, lift the stem and lock it into place.