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Top 10 Best E-Scooters in the Philippines

The best e-scooters has the following attributes: Value for money (price), durability (quality), customer service and after sales

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With the daily carmageddon traffic that you have to endure every single day, you must have spent 25% of your life stuck in the traffic. That is according to the recent study about the terrible traffic situation in various cities of the Philippines. Most people who are travelling to work or school must endure 2-3 hours going to their destinations, and another 2-3 hours going back home. It means that Filipinos are spending 4-6 hours per day on the streets unproductive.

So what are the alternatives?

You can create a space-portal machine… or live inside your office/school… or you can travel using different types of Electric Scooter (E-Scooters). Well option number 3 would be your ideal choice.

If you live a few meters (up to 5 KM) away from your office or school, then these E-Scooters are your best mode of transportation.

Why E-Scooters are the best alternative?

E-scooters are much faster than your average mountain bikes or any bicycles… and they are much-much affordable than cars (way to much affordable). It takes a lot less effort to go long distances than walking. They are fun to use and you look 100% awesome on the streets of Metro.

If you want an affordable, sustainable and avoid hellish traffic within the Metro, then E-Scooters are your best alternative transportation.

The products here are standing, two-wheeled (not one wheel) e-scooters that you can purchase online.


Counting down the Best E-Scooters for Students and Young Professionals in the Philippines


10. Ninebot E-Scooter ES1 by Segway




Price: ₱19,000 – ₱24,999.75 / $439 – $521


Where to Buy


Features and Specifications?

  • A lightweight easy-storage scooter with a one-push folding system for covering short distances.
  • Speed up to 20 km/h
  • Riding modes: Speed limit mode, Standard mode, Sport mode
  • Bluetooth connectivity: Vehicle information, firmware upgrades and social connection options via the Ninebot by Segway app
  • Expandable battery: adding an extra battery will expand the range with 45 km/h


9. VeroMan Foldable Electric Scooter




Price: ₱19,999


Where to Buy


Features and Specifications?

  • Size – Expanded body size: approx. 108 cm x 42 cm x 114 cm, Folded: approx. 108 m x 43 cm x 49 cm.
  • Material – Aluminum alloy, ABS resin, rubber.
  • Load capacity – 120kg
  • Max speed – 25km/h
  • Mileage – Approx. 18-25km
  • Features – Large 8.5-inch tires. EBS electronically controlled brake system allows easy accelerator and brake operation at hand. Lightweight, compact storage, and easy to carry. , One full charge, and can be used for 20-25km. , LCD monitor for checking mileage/battery remaining/speed, etc. , With lights in front and backside, so you can use it safely at night. with a free smartphone holder.
  • Battery capacity: 6AH
  • Battery voltage: 36-42V
  • Charging Time: 3.5 hrs


8. Imarfmax Folding Electric Scooter




Price: ₱14,990 


Where to Buy

  • Buy this on Amazon
  • Buy this on Banggood
  • Buy this on GearBest
  • Buy this on Lazada
  • Buy this on Shopee


Features and Specifications?

  • Our advantages: carbon fiber material electric scooter, light weight, strong hardness, large capacity lithium battery for 2 years.
  • Load 150kg passenger
  • Folding only requires one step
  • It only takes 2.5-4 hours to charge, and it can be used for 2 years.
  • LCD instrument panel, display speed, power, mileage
  • Lithium battery capacity: 10.4AH, can travel up to 30km,
  • Maximum speed is 30km / h


7. Yoobao E2 Electric Scooter




Price: ₱15,255


Where to Buy


Features and Specifications?

  • Works as simple as it looks
  • A single button power on
  • Folds up and folding handles
  • Tire Size/ Type : 8.5 inch
  • Tire Size/ Type : 8.5 inch * 2 Pneumatic Tyre
  • Motor : Brushless Motor/ 250 W
  • Max Load : 100 kg
  • Max  Speed (KM/ H) : 25


6. Xiaomi Mijia Folding Electric Scooter M365



Price: ₱17,000 ++ / $455 ++


Where to Buy


Features and Specifications?

  • Fast and comfortable ride.
  • Environmental friendly technology.
  • Aircraft grade aluminium alloy,
  • Can support user weight of 220 lb.
  • Advanced E- ABS Braking system. Super bright front and back taillight.
  • Unique folding design.18650 lithium battery and 300 watts motor.
  • Provide top speed from 25 to 45km/hr.


5. XIAOMI Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2



Price: ₱27,999  /  $999.99


Where to Buy


Features and Specifications?

  • Li-ion Battery
  • Max Mileage: 45km
  • Maximum Speed: 25km/h
  • Tire:8.5‘’ Pneumatic tires
  • Max Payload: 100kg
  • Battery Rate: 474W
  • Charging Time: 8-9 hours


4. XIAOMI Mijia Electric Scooter Pro




Price: ₱24,990 ++  /  $759 ++


Where to Buy


Features and Specifications?

  • 300W wheel motor ( max: 600W ) provides the max 25km/h speed and max 15 degree gradient.
  • 12.8Ah / 37V Li-ion battery( included in product ) for max 45km mileage.
  •  Three mode (energy saving mode, standard mode, sport mode) can be switched to tap the switch button twice.
  • 8.5 inch rubber inflatable wheels for different grounds to take.
  • Quick folding design for convenient carrying in your car trunk.
  • Aluminum alloy shell for max 100kg payload.
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3. Ninebot KickScooter E22 by Segway




Price: ₱27,999 ++  /  $499.99 ++


Where to Buy


Features and Specifications?

  • The Electric Scooter of Choice Ninebot KickScooter E22 adopts an integrated frame design, stylish yet simple with a power coating process, it delivers outstanding texture to vehicle.
  • Supreme Shock Absorption, No Tire Punctures Developed and fine-tuned for 3 years, *FlatFree Tires fill the inner tube with a new PU foaming material. This design tackles the pain point of possible tire leakage with pneumatic tires, while retaining the comfort of the riding, and the practicality of little maintenance needed.
  • Frame upgrade to 6.2k+ Miles Riding Test Ninebot KickScooter. E22 strives to reach new heights of performance with the Brushless DC Electric Motor (BDLC). The upgrade translates in the form of enhanced riding dynamic provided by faster acceleration plus stronger climb capability.
  • Power Brushless Direct Current Motor Faster and Stronger  Ninebot KickScooter E22 strives to reach new heights of performance with the BDLC. The upgrade comes in the form of greater riding dynamic provided by faster acceleration plus a stronger 15% hill grade capability.


2. Ninebot E-Scooter MAX by Segway



Price: ₱47,999.75 ++  /  $699 ++


Where to Buy


Features and Specifications?

  • One Button Control – The stronger 350W brushless motor makes it faster.
  • Fixed Speed Cruise
  • High-quality Tire – The upgraded vacuum anti-puncture tire gives this scooter better shock absorption, features adaptability to complex road conditions. Even if it is punctured with nails, it will not leak air.
  • 20% gradeability conquers a higher slope
  • 3 seconds fast-folding design
  • LED display to show remaining power and driving , so that you can see the situation of the bicycle
  • Three Riding Mode – Cycle in three modes, switch easily ( energy-saving mode, standard mode, sports mode)
  • Advanced braking system, kinetic energy recovery system, cruise control system and intelligent system
  • System Protection – Short circuit protection, over current protection, overcharge protection, over discharge protection, low voltage protection, and temperature abnormal protection
  • Kinetic energy recovery system that converts kinetic energy into electrical energy and provides better battery life


1. Ninebot ES2 Electric Scooter by Segway



Price: ₱29,999.75 ++  /  $379 ++


Where to Buy


Why this is our number one choice?

The Segway ES2 is an incredibly popular scooter that is priced much above its competitors. After putting a ton of miles on this scooter and thoroughly considering all of its features, it’s a bit puzzling to us how this could be such a popular scooter. The only explanation that makes sense is the strength of name recognition due to the Segway brand.

Ninebot ES2 electric scooter front wheel containing its DC motor
Like many electric scooters that are trying to maximize range, the ES2 must be kick-started. Though we expect a 300-watt electric motor on a 28 lb electric scooter to be fairly peppy, acceleration was downright sluggish.

During our acceleration tests, the Ninebot ES2 went from 0 to 15 mph in 7.1 seconds, nearly one second slower than the M365 (6.3 seconds). The ES2 is actually slower than its cheaper, smaller motor (250 watt) friend, the Xiaomi M365.

On the plus side, the motor is very quiet.

Hill Climbing

The Ninebot ES2 electric scooter is a very poor scooter for climbing hills. In a city with any amount of hills, it will be wholly inadequate. In fact, the ES2 is actually the slowest scooter we’ve tested. It took 36.9 seconds to complete our 200 ft, 10% grade hill climb test with a 165 lb rider. For comparison, the less-expensive M365 completed this test in 20.8 seconds.

Top Speed

The top speed of the Segway Ninebot ES2 is 16 mph, according to our GPS-tracked top speed test.


The Segway Ninebot ES2 has a 9.8-mile range, according to our real-world range tests. We test all scooters on the same urban test loop with the same 165 lb rider. The loop has frequent stops/starts and hills. The scooter is ridden as quickly as possible in the fastest (least energy-conserving) mode. This relatively short range isn’t surprising, given that the ES2 has only a 187 watt-hour battery. The M365, its nearest competitor, has a 280 watt-hour battery and achieved 14.6 miles in our real-world range test. This is less than the 16-mile range reported by the manufacturer, under ideal conditions.


The Ninebot ES2 has a front regenerative brake and rear foot brake. Neither of these brakes is particularly strong. To stop more quickly, you must also use the rear foot brake, which requires you to shift most of your weight onto one leg. In an emergency situation, this is not a quick maneuver. During our braking tests, the ES2 came to a halt from 15 mph in 17.7 feet using both the electronic and rear foot brake. Using the electronic brake alone, the scooter took more than 35 feet to come to a stop.

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Ride quality

The Segway ES2 has poor ride quality due to its very hard solid tires (airless) and lackluster integrated suspension. Unfortunately, this results in a very jarring ride. It actually performs worse than scooters with pneumatic tires but no suspension. Although the suspension feels soft when you jump on it, there will be a loud banging sound every time you go over a bump or large crack in the road. It also rattles continuously on rough roads. It’s somewhat embarrassing to have such a rickety-sounding scooter that is loud enough for people around you to hear. Despite poor suspension, the scooter feels good to ride on smooth roads and is nimble.


The ES2 is a fairly portable scooter but has an oversized stem that is 2-inches larger in both diameter and length compared to similar scooters. The ES2 has folded dimensions of 44-inches by 17-inches by 12-inches. The stem folds, but the handlebars do not.

The large stem diameter, which houses the battery, makes the scooter both stiffer and stronger, but also makes it more difficult to carry compared to other scooters. When folded, the average adult hand will not wrap all the way around the 7-inch diameter stem — making the scooter more cumbersome.

To make matters worse, the balance point is right on top of a raised portion (charging port) of the already large stem, making it easy to find but not ergonomic.

Additionally, the stem is also about 2-inches longer than similar scooters. This may not sound like a lot, but it was just slightly too big to fit into the trunk of and mid-sized sedan, whereas every other scooter fit with no problem. We had to rearrange the other items in the back of the trunk to put it in at an angle.

The stem and handlebars do feel very strong and stiff. There is no stem wobble. However, we don’t like the design of the stem locking mechanism seems prone collapsing inadvertently (though we haven’t read any reports on this).


Ninebot ES2 handlebars/cockpit area showing LED display
The cockpit and handlebar area are nicely designed, look good, and have a high-quality finish.

The central feature of the cockpit is a bright LCD display. You can see the speed and battery power in direct sunlight. However, the power mode icon, which changes from white to red, is difficult to see.

The accelerator feels nice and has good mechanical action. It is sensitive to small change, but given the lackluster power, we pretty much always pushed it to the max. The brake control is similar but less sensitive, and there is only a minor difference between pushing a little and maxing it out.


The ES2 has both a high-mounted LED headlight and red taillight. Additionally, there are LED strips under the deck that provide so-called “ground effects” or “swag lighting.” Lights are easily controlled by quick-pressing the power button when the scooter is on.

Taillights are mounted on either side of the rear deck of the scooter. Because they are mounted at an angle, it is harder to see the scooter when you are directly behind it. However, visibility is good from the sides.

One of the best features on the scooter is the ground effects (ground lighting) provided by 16 multicolored LEDs on the bottom of the scooter. The lights have a variety of color and frequency modes — our favorite being the “breathing” mode where the lights gradually shine brighter and darker.

Not only is this cool, but it also makes it safer when riding at night.

If you’re riding this scooter a lot at night, you might want to consider some light upgrades.


The Segway ES2 has front and rear solid (airless) that are 8-inches in diameter. They are made of a fairly hard compound that is not supple like other airless tires. This means they provide essentially zero suspension and poor grip.

The tires can be replaced when they wear down, but the front one is quite a painful procedure that involves complete disassembly of the front-wheel motor.

The benefit of airless tires is not having to worry about flats. However, these particular ones are below average.


The flat portion of the platform is about 16 inches (41 cm), which is the same as the Xiaomi. Then there is a gradual raising of the platform at the front, the first few inches is usable. This is a great design feature that helps to increase space on the deck without increasing the overall dimensions of the scooter.

Build quality

The ES2 has respectable build quality — on par or even better than other major name-brand scooters in this price range. None of the components are super hefty like what you might find on a more expensive, higher-quality scooter, but they aren’t total garbage either.

Is the Ninebot ES2 waterproof?

The Ninebot ES2 is not waterproof, but it is water-resistant. It has an IP54 rating, meaning that it can withstand water spray from any direction, but not submersion. Prolonged exposure to water will damage the ES2.

Should i recommend this electric scooter? Oh Yeah. We think Ninebot ES2 is worth it.


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