Sunny days are meant for strolling around the city, having leisurely walks in the park for some relaxation, and when feeling a bit bushed, up goes the sleek black, compact, and lightweight MEARTH S Pro electric scooter. “Yeah, well, that is my scooter. Mearth is the brand and I am totally smitten, ” shares Clark Chapman, 32, an independent businessman from Melbourne.
He added, “I have just unfolded my lightweight, foldable S Pro scooter. In a bit, I am off to a meeting. Now that I’ve been asked, if you’re looking for a reliable e-scooter for the first time, go for the one that’s smooth and comfortable electric scooter to ride on the road and go around the city, sweeping past through heavy traffic minus the cinch. I definitely recommend that you go for this very convenient Mearth S Pro — it’s a thumbs up for me.”
Chapman bought his Mearth RS Pro after watching a bare-all review in 2021. “I bought mine last year. It’s working great! I may be new in the game of electric scooter riding, but having gained confidence after the first hurdle, I feel like I am riding with a marvel superhero as it’s so easy to maneuver, adjusting accordingly as I navigate effortlessly through quite tricky paths,” he affirms.
“Without much ado, I am sharing five things that I liked the most about this indispensable, quietly powerful, and ingenious piece of transport – my Mearth S Pro electric scooter – to guide and help others who can’t quite decide which is the best electric scooter to buy,” Clark begins.
Talk about Power
“You can ride the Mearth S Pro nicely. Cruise around at 10mph, save your battery, and get a pat on the back for being a law-abiding citizen. When your mood perks up, you can be a bit daring and pick up speed on that empty road in front of you, safely,” he continues.
These are the Mearth S Pro specifications: 350 watts with a peak power of 750 watts and a max speed of 32 mph. “With the Mearth S Pro electric scooter, I would venture things are just going to get better and better.”
“By nature, I am a bit of a doubting Thomas, as things are exaggerated. But the S Pro turned me into a believer! With the maximum weight capacity of 110 lbs, you will not be bouncing around while riding — thanks to the 10-inch explosion-proof non-slip tires, you get the feeling of a smooth, comfortable ride. Just avoid the rocks along the way.”
“The S Pro has wide handlebars, perfect grips, and a spacious standing deck that holds very well. You need not worry about slipping down. Convenient and ideal for everyday city rides, especially on a clear day. No hassle, no stress, for me, too,” he proudly shares.
I almost swooned at the affordable price – and more!
“The price is very affordable! And the warranty period starts right after your purchase of the Mearth S Pro. You get 24 months warranty on the throttle, frame, and controller, and 12 months warranty on the motor, battery, and charger. Maintenance is free! You also get free repair of your electric scooter for 30 days, from the date of purchase, under the Mearth Warranty. The customer service really tops,” Clark extols. For more details, see mearth.com.au.
“As I mentioned earlier,” he continues, “ if you’re getting your own electric scooter for the first time, go for the brand that performs really well on the road, at an unbelievably reasonable price. You’ll be spared headaches on maintenance and parts. I stake my rep, it’s worth every bit I paid for. I got a really good deal from the store I bought it from.”
“It takes a lot to make me a believer in a product’s commercially touted features and benefits. More so, a brand. I admit though, that I was happily surprised to learn Mearth is an Australian brand, made in Australia – for Australians. That made all the difference, mates! Easily, I can see why Mearth is really a popular choice when it comes to top-performing electric scooters in Australia. I won’t be surprised if shortly, it becomes a big household name,” Chapman unabashedly admits.
“A charging time between 3-4 hours with one charger is just about right, even as the S Pro is considered a high-powered electric scooter. I opted to get an extra charger for backup – to avoid having a drained battery on the road in case I want to go farther. It’s a personal choice,” he said.
S Pro’s got the attitude
“Maybe, just maybe, you’re getting bored seeing the same-old, same-old, familiar routes and you would like to take your ride off-road for a change of scenery and some bit of kick. I know the feeling of wanting to try to push the limit, with care, though. I’m saying, Mearth S Pro supports your inclination cause it is the real deal. The black color is so sleek and slick, but it doesn’t look intimidating. I ride it to cruise through the city, maneuvering effortlessly. And later, I just hit power mode and let loose every watt the S Pro got. Remember, it’s got a peak power of 750 watts, so if I want to ride through other sections, I would just gather speed on a fully charged battery, of course, and I can reach a maximum range of up to 45 km,” Clark Chapman avers, beaming at the end of this impromptu.
There you have it. As he warned, don’t be sidetracked and shortchanged by sweet but exaggerated claims. These may be simple tips that Clark Chapman shared, but they’re coming from one satisfied Mearth electric scooter rider who’s happy with the choice he made! So shop wisely