It can go between 35km and 45km on a single charge, and at speeds of up to 25kmh. While it is not the quickest scooter around, that speed is more than enough for getting around.
The Knight’s seat is well-padded, and much more comfortable than standing up on a normal electric scooter over long distances. For someone with a lower centre of gravity, it also feels a lot more stable, even at higher speeds.
However, because the handlebars are quite low, you will have to lean forward quite a bit when you ride, almost as if you are on a road bike. While this felt all right for me, I can imagine how it may become uncomfortable over long periods.
It has an inbuilt Bluetooth speaker, so you can listen to music on the go. I found that the speakers were loud enough to hear, even when I was moving around in crowded places, although the sounds were not the clearest.
What I also found very useful was the fact that the Knight has a USB port for you to charge your smartphone or other devices. This is particularly handy if you are draining your phone’s battery by playing music, using GPS or playing something like Pokemon Go.
Finally, you can operate the Knight with a remote control, which looks similar to a car’s remote control. You can lock it remotely to prevent it from being turned on and driven away, so you can leave it outside the supermarket or cafe without having to worry.
by Lisabel Ting