Pure Air Prodigy Electric Scooter Review
The Pure Air Pro 2021 electric scooter is a new product in the electric scooter industry. It’s been available to consumers for a little over a year and it has proved popular with many consumers. The company behind Pure Air Pro is Solar Gorilla who have been manufacturing high quality electric scooters for quite some time. They are based in California and sell direct to consumers as well as working with big brands such as Bosch and Honda.
The Pure Air Prodigy is different from many other electric scooters on the market because it has a very unique, quiet and smooth riding feel. When you ride it gives off the illusion that it is traveling at normal speed. This allows it to go over bumpy roads and also makes it safer and much more stable when negotiating curbs and other obstacles on the road. It also rides much more elegantly than most other models on the market.
To find out more about this amazing electric scooter read on to discover some of the Pure Air Prodigy specs. This electric scooter is powered by a Lithium battery. This is the same kind used in many of the higher end electric scooters such as the Prodigy. Although, it is smaller than many of the bigger models available on the market, it still packs quite a punch and can be counted on for many years of dependable service.
Another impressive feature of the Pure Air Pro electric scooter is that it comes with a very useful two-year warranty. This is excellent because this means that if anything happens within the first year of ownership, or any other year for that matter, there is no problem with repairs. That’s a great benefit for consumers like you and me because we often get stuck on the roadside waiting for our batteries to charge up and for the auto to arrive to help us. If this electric scooter has been around for such a long time, then it must have been doing something right.
If you want an electric scooter with plenty of features, then the Pure Air Prodigy may be what you’re looking for. The scooter comes equipped with the optional “Big Boss” air filter that not only helps to reduce dust and pollen while riding, but also helps to remove odors and unwanted gases from the atmosphere as well. It also comes equipped with the optional electric horn that is loud enough to be annoying, but not so irritating that you would want to drive it past your neighbors. The Big Boss includes the optional headlight bulb in case you need them, as well as the required connectors. Overall, this electric scooter has everything that a true rider would want from a model such as this.
Even though most electric scooters typically only have one to four speed ranges, the Pure Air Prodigy has a nice five-speed range. This is a nice feature because it means that you can go as slow or as fast as you feel comfortable, allowing you to change up your speed to traverse difficult terrain or get around obstacles. The Prodigy can reach a maximum speed of twenty-three miles per hour, although this varies depending on the speed at which the wheels are spinning. This makes it easier to get around tight curves and over uneven surfaces, but it does make the vehicle more difficult to control on steep slopes and when you’re going uphill. In general, though, this electric scooter has a nice smooth ride and a forward motion that make it easier to negotiate curbs and other obstacles.
Although the Pure Air Prodigy is fairly small, it does make room for some cushion in the seat and provides good back support. It’s also relatively lightweight, which can be a benefit when you’re going downhill. Despite being somewhat lightweight, though, it’s still pretty sturdy and reliable, so most buyers will be happy that the electric scooter is made with quality parts.
Overall, the Pure Air Prodigy electric scooter is a reasonably priced vehicle that offers a lot of features for a lot of people. It does have a smaller engine than many other electric scooters, so it won’t be able to reach top speeds as quickly as some other models. That doesn’t matter much, though, because the Prodigy still manages to get quite a bit of distance out of a charge. At eighteen miles per charge, it’s actually comparable to some of the best models in the market, such as the Yamaha Tribute and the Schwinn Airdyne. Even when you add in the fact that you won’t be able to go as fast as those models, the Prodigy is still a great deal.