Swap Out Batteries & Double Your Range
Purchase a second battery and keep it handy during rides to double your range. The Levy allows you to quickly and easily swap batteries out from their storage place the scooter’s fully weatherproof stem.
Designed With Safety In Mind
Levy’s electric scooters are equipped with a front e-brake, a rear disc brake, and even a back fender brake to maximize your control. Bright LED head- and taillights make you visible on the road while illuminating the path ahead.
Highest Quality Battery
Levy batteries are waterproof and stored in the e-scooter’s stem, keeping them safe from the elements. A fireproof case offers even further protection, and you never have to worry about overcharging the battery’s circuit. Additionally, a built-in charging port allows you to charge your battery separately from your scooter no matter where you are. Levy’s battery packs use the latest Panasonic and LG 18650 cells—the same you’ll find in some of the industry’s top electric cars.
Great scooter. It’s affordable, light, and zippy. The scooter has liberated me from having to drive everywhere, or deal with finding a lime or bird scooter. We’ve only had it a few weeks and have already used it heavily. If I were to buy another Levy Scooter (which I might) I would purchase the extra battery and the solid tires. The primary rider is just at the scooter’s weight limit and doesn’t get the advertised range from the battery. I’d guess he’s getting around 4-5 miles per charge, hence the need for the extra battery. Also, the tubed tires feel kind of insubstantial compared to the solid tires of a lime scooter. For lots of urban use, I’d recommend the heavier and more rugged ride of a solid tire.
Excellent value scooter for the price. Customer support team actually picks up the phone when I have questions which is more than I can say for most companies these days.
I’ve had my Levy now for 3 months. It is solidly built and functions perfectly. I was pleasantly surprised at how tough the tubeless tires are. They can really take a beating. I’ve been riding 1-4 miles a day and have had no problems. One tip for new owners: because scooter tires are so small, when you measure the air pressure, it can easily release too much of the air. Best to get a pump with a built-in pressure gauge. I’ve been using an electric one.
I think I’m getting better mileage than advertised. I ride this to and from work every day. 3 miles each way, plus I run errands throughout the day. Such a fan!
A little weak on inclines and range is a little low on sports mode. Othwerise good ride, great for $499