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Kaabo Wolf Warrior King Electric Scooter Review

All hail the Kaabo Wolf Warrior King! Released as an upgrade of the legendary Wolf Warrior II, this extreme performance electric scooter has received a facelift in every category that matters. For starters, this is not your average, run-of-the-mill electric scooter— it’s the “king” for a reason. By mating the enormous 72V drive-train to a 28Ah LG MJI (or Samsung 35E) cell, it holds the record as one of the fastest scooters we’ve tested so far.

Kaabo Wolf Warrior King: The Lowdown…

Powered by dual front and rear 1500W brushless motors, the Wolf Warrior King delivers much more than just stupid fast speeds. This all-wheel-drive electric scooter can climb up a 100% grade, equivalent to a 45˚ hill. But that’s not all! It comes equipped with an inverted front fork Harley motorcycle-grade hydraulic suspension that handles all sorts of terrains.

Warrior King stands out as a powerful all-terrain electric scooter built to conquer the city streets and the steepest hills. A jaw-dropping 6720W of pure power output rests in waiting to give you an adrenaline rush like no other! With all those watts at your disposal, you’re all set to do a 0-60 mph round in just 4.8 seconds.

Beyond performance, the Wolf Warrior King is also designed in pursuit of ride comfort and safety. No matter how steep or winding the paths may be, it guarantees a super smooth ride with zero stem wobble.

This electric scooter comes with front hydraulic shock absorbers alongside a rear C-spring shock absorber for utmost comfort. This, in addition to front and rear hydraulic disc brakes with an electronic anti-lock braking system (EABS), gives you complete control over speed.

As you may be aware, the Kaabo brand is synonymous with heavy-duty, all-terrain e-scooters, and the Wolf Warrior King tops the chart (at the time of this writing). The machine is built with a 6082 aluminium alloy—the same material used to make heavy-duty structures like cranes and bridges. As a result, it can propel even the heaviest riders (up to 400lbs) without breaking a sweat.

Kaabo Wolf Warrior King Review Video

The following is a short video review of the Kaabo Wolf Warrior King. In summary, this is one of the beefiest electric scooters on the planet that manage a top speed of 60 MPH and boasts some of the best safety features.

Wolf Warrior King Pros

Incredibly powerful dual motors

Brutally fast while still delivering a decent range

Front hydraulic suspension and rear C-spring shock absorbers

Front and rear hydraulic brakes EABS

Extremely bright dual LED lights

Wolf Warrior King Cons

Hard to fold down

Very heavy

Kaabo Wolf Warrior King Summary

Named for its wild performance and ferocious stance, the Kaabo Wolf Warrior King is not to be underestimated. This gorgeous powerhouse of an electric scooter is the record-holder for the quickest e-scooter we’ve laid our hands on so far. Issued in black or gold, this sturdy machine is built to push the boundaries of what an electric scooter can do.

The electric scooter brings an ingenious mishmash of a 72V-28Ah battery and dual (front and rear) 1500W motors with a 6720W peak power output. Ultimately, the Wolf Warrior King achieves a top speed of 60 MPH and a range of 50 miles on a single charge. This is a truly exceptional range per charge and more than enough to let you set off on spontaneous adventures without fuss.

But there is a catch—the Kaabo Wolf Warrior King’s battery is so large, which means it’ll take a bit of time to recharge fully. Usually, its battery will take about 10 hours to recharge from flat to full when using one charger. However, you can use two chargers to reduce the charge time to 5 hours.

And with a range of 50 miles, chances of you needing to recharge your electric scooter as often are slim to none. That means you can always enjoy several hours of fun off-road adventures without worrying about depleting the juice. Even better, the Kaabo Wolf Warrior King features the BMS Smart Battery Management System that improves battery efficiency while showing battery life in real-time.

The Wolf Warrior King is a cut above the rest, delivering a comfortable ride on any terrain when it comes to comfort and safety. The e-scooter’s iconic front twin hydraulic shock suspension system (the type we usually see in high-end Harley Motorbikes) and rear C-springs make it a true all-terrain “king”. It soaks up every bump on your path, giving you the ability to enhance your riding profile no matter the situation.

What got our attention is this electric scooter’s ability to set every performance record with zero stem wobble. The e-scooter is furnished with 11” tubeless street racing tyres as standard for a smooth ride. You can also switch to the optional off-road tyres if you like.

Since the Kaabo Wolf Warrior King delivers white knuckle-level acceleration and top speeds, you’ll need to make sure you’re always out of harm’s way. From the outset, folks at Ningbo Kaabo hit the right spots in the safety department. They equipped their flagship electric scooter with full-hydraulic disc brakes to ensure you stop at a dime even at high speed.

On lighting, the Wolf Warrior King guarantees a long-range view of distant objects. It comes with a pair of ultra-bright honeycomb headlights, under-deck lighting, and bright rear safety tail lights that kick in when you toggle your breaks. Another feature that impressed us was its gold finishing touches that helped it stand out from the crowd. Besides improving your visibility, these finishes are sure to turn heads when you’re on the road.

Speed Acceleration

In full boogie mode (Turbo: engaged, dual-motor: engaged, P-settings: turned up), the electric scooter unleashes the full power of its motors, spinning the wheels to full revolutions. It may even try to throw you off when you give it the full-throttle if not careful.

Luckily, the Wolf Warrior King has up to four riding modes: Eco, Single Motor, Turbo, and Dual Motor. We highly recommend that you engage in a single-motor operation when riding on public roads. Usually, the single-motor mode reduces speed and conserves battery, while the dual-motor mode unleashes the full power of the e-scooter. We achieved a 0-60 mph acceleration in as little as 4.8 seconds!

Top Speed

With its front and rear 1500W motors hooked to a muscly 72V-28Ah cell, the Wolf Warrior King is an undisputed beast. Boasting an eye-watering top speed of 60 MPH, this bad boy is one of the fastest electric scooters we’ve tested here on Scooter Guide!

Hill Climbing

A certified hill-eating beast, the Kaabo Wolf Warrior King, is a gravity-defying machine. It tackles hills up to 100% incline grade or 45 degrees, outshining even the likes of Dualtron X, which boasts a 35-degree hill climb rating.

To put this into more apparent context, think of Baldwin Street in New Zealand, which has a 34.8% incline or 19.2 degrees. It’s considered to be the steepest street in the world. Now, imagine a hill twice this steep.

With its 100% grade rating, the Wolf Warrior King can scale it at an average speed of about 29.8 MPH!

Battery Range

Encased in the Kaabo Wolf King’s redesigned deck is a performance-oriented 72V-28Ah LG MJI or Samsung 35E battery. This does much more than just powering your electric scooter’s motor, lights, controller and such like accessories.

When mated to the duo of motors, the battery allows the scooter to achieve a range of up to 50 miles. While this is one of the most extended ranges of any e-scooter we’ve tested, you should always take that mileage with a grain of salt.

Remember, the actual range an electric scooter can achieve will depend on several factors, including your weight, terrain, riding style, wind and other conditions. Generally, if you push the Wolf King to its max performance settings, you can expect a realistic range of 35-45 miles on a single charge.

We’re afraid that the Wolf King offers lacklustre performance on charging efficiency, but that’s not surprising as with most high-performance electric scooters. Typically, this battery takes about 10 hours to charge fully. However, if you use two chargers – 1x standard charger and 1x fast charger – you can bring down that time to about 5 hours.

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Motor Configuration

The engineers at Ningbo Kaabo know all too well that the motor is the kingmaker of performance numbers. For this, they’re always pushing the limits of what an e-scooter can do if appropriately equipped. Their Wolf King brings on board the duo motors of 1500W each.

These two motors, strategically nestled in the front and back, jointly produce up to 6,720W of peak power. This is more than enough to push the scooter to a top speed of approximately 60 MPH.

If you’re just starting out, I recommend riding at lower speeds, or better yet, opting for a nice 25-mph electric scooter. But for the daredevils, this 72V Wolf Warrior King is a perfect match!

Performance Overview

If you thought the Kaabo Wolf Warrior II was powerful, think again! The Warrior King combines brute force, breath-taking acceleration and solid construction, all cramped in one package! Speed demons will particularly love the extreme performance of this electric scooter which comes packed with front and rear 1500W motors that produce a max output of 6,720 watts.

The impressively large motors get a further boost from a 72V-28Ah battery, a combo that allows the Wolf Warrior King to reach a trailblazing top speed of 60 MPH.

But despite the super-fast speeds, we found this to be one of the most effortless electric scooters to handle. A cockpit on the handlebar gives you total control over speeds and torque, allowing for smarter use of motor power. The machine also delivers speed in a way that makes you feel safe and comfortable both on well-tarmacked streets and beaten tracks.

Construction Quality

One thing is for sure – it’s difficult to mistake the Kaabo Wolf King for another electric scooter model. A lot of thought must have gone into designing and building this giant electric scooter, resulting in the highest quality construction in every nook and cranny.

First off, Wolf King is solidly crafted from the 6061-T6 aluminium alloy, the same material used to build helicopter rotor components, fire rescue ladders and gangways, among others. Furthermore, it’s forged with the 6082 aluminium material, which boasts excellent corrosion resistance.

With such an elite level of build quality, this scooter can take on some severe abuse without giving in. Off-road challenges, serious potholes and cracks are all a cakewalk for the Wolf Warrior King. The machine radiates a feeling of endurance and power, with the ability to propel even the heaviest riders up to 400lbs over hills and through cities with unbelievable ease.

Not only does it feel tough and solid to the touch, but it does look so. The Wolf King’s handlebars boast a monstrous 24.6 inches to guarantee ride stability. Overall, this scooter has a bold design and a high-quality build that translates to a flawless ride experience.

Suspension Comfort

The solid suspension is one of the quality features that gives the Kaabo Wolf King an edge over the competition. It comes with the inverted front twin hydraulic shock absorbers and dual rear C-springs.

As we mentioned earlier, this is the type of suspension we see in premium Harley motorcycles. It’s undoubtedly the highest quality suspension that delivers superior extreme performance.

This electric scooter can power through rock-strewn terrains with little or no drama by matching the front hydraulic and rear spring suspension. Put otherwise; this commuting machine can soak up everything thrown its way—literally!

Ride Quality

When it comes to truly luxurious ride quality, the Wolf King takes the throne. For a bargain price, this electric scooter gives you 11-inch thick tyres, a stiff frame, big brakes and a hydraulic suspension system that delivers springy cushioning. This amalgamation makes for an easy, laidback ride and handling.


Lights in this badass electric scooter have been placed in all the right places. Two front motorcycle-style headlights are super bright; there is no way you can’t be seen on the road.

Then there are two rear LED lights (taillights) that light up when you press the e-scooter’s brakes. Blue under-deck lighting (there’s a metal push-button to trigger this) adds some swagger to your scooter.

Whilst the Kaabo Wolf King has no turn signals; you couldn’t ask for better road illumination. Better yet, its incredible gold finish on the frame adds to the overall visibility, not to mention the futuristic look!


Nothing screams safety more than the Kaabo Wolf King electric scooter. Fitted with powerful front and rear hydraulic disc brakes with an electronic anti-lock braking system (EABS), you can stop the e-scooter at a dime.

While testing the Wolf Warrior II, we noticed its brakes get hot enough to fade. They even smelt like they were burning. By contrast, the Wolf King is designed to resist warping and squeaking better.

Compared to the Wolf Warrior II, this flagship e-scooter comes with larger rotors (160mm) that provide up to a 45% larger swept area. Its rotors are also thicker by up to 50%, guaranteeing more control over speed.


The Wolf Warrior King excels in everything except portability. Sure, it’s possible to fold it down, but its folding mechanism is rather complicated and requires a great deal of practice. over, it won’t be as compact even if it’s folded down.

It measures about 59 inches (4.9 ft.) when folded, which is just as long as a small kid. It’s a little shorter and more space-efficient when left upright than when folded (4.1 ft.).

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Also, the King has a sheer weight and size. At 105 lbs., hoisting it into a car can be a tall order. It’s nearly impossible to haul it on your own.


The Kaabo Wolf King sports the enormous, pre-slimed 11” tubeless street racing tyres as standard. However, you can always swap these up for a pair of rugged, knobby off-road tyres if you’re looking to ride more in the dirt.

Please note that the off-road tyres come at an extra cost, including the installation cost. So, unless you’re going to spend a lot of your time off-roading, you’d better stick with the standard road tyres. After all, they’ve got an excellent profile and can equally soak up the terrain pretty well.


The Kaabo Wolf King carries on with the enormous deck we saw on the Warrior II. Measuring 20 inches long and 9 inches wide, this ultra-wide deck is spacious enough to position yourself in whichever stance you want. This proves handy, particularly during long rides.

The deck is rubberized to keep your feet securely held in place even when this beast tries to toast you off uneven terrains. While this rubber deck has the least wet/dry traction of the many decks we’ve measured, it still makes you feel agile.

A strategically positioned kickplate complements the rubber grip to give you a secure footing whilst leaning forward into the ride. Plus, the rubber matting is made from a simple material with patterns that allow for effortless cleaning.

As for the ground clearance, the Kaabo Wolf King is second to none. Its ground clearance stands at 7.8 inches, meaning that you’ll be taller and thus more visible to other road users compared to electric scooters that sit lower.

Controls Display

The new King comes equipped with a fresh pack of slick, black buttons that let you toggle between four motor settings: Eco, Single-Motor, Turbo, and Dual-Motor modes.

Choose Eco or Single-Motor mode to save juice and enjoy a longer ride. Turbo and Dual-Motor modes come into play when you want to unleash the full power of the electric scooter’s dual 1500W motors.

The Wolf Warrior King shares the same Smart EY3 Throttle Display as all Dualtron e-scooters. Apart from displaying usual information like speed, battery level and P-settings, it also features the cruise control function that lets you maintain your speed, just as you would on a car.

Water Resistance

Did you know that less than 50% of all e-scooters in the world are water-resistant? One of them is the Wolf King, which boasts an IPX4 water-resistance rating.

While it may not be completely waterproof, it’s protected from splashes in all directions. This means getting wet won’t damage it. Nonetheless, just be sure not to submerge it in a puddle or lake.


The Kaabo Wolf King is a world-class electric scooter that takes reliability a notch higher. As we’ve seen in this review, it’s built to withstand the hardest of abuses and give the longest of service life.

Warranty Customer Support

Kaabo is a highly respected manufacturer of e-scooters in the world that partners with reliable distributors in the UK. The standard warranty on the King is one year, but this is extendable up to several years, depending on where you get your machine.

Known Issues

The Kaabo Wolf King is relatively new, and most issues are still under wraps. Even so, we noticed that this electric scooter doesn’t fold that easily and needs some getting used to. Some users have also complained that its safety pin has a cheap chain that’s prone to breaking.


The Kaabo Wolf Warrior King follows regular electric scooter maintenance tips, including:

  • Checking your tyre pressure regularly
  • Keeping your tyres inflated properly
  • Checking the brakes, joints and bolts before riding the e-scooter
  • Proper battery-management practices
  • Proper usage during extreme weather conditions

Kaabo Wolf Warrior King: Is it worth the money and is it worth buying?

At a starting MSRP of just £2,600, it’s safe to say the Kaabo Wolf King offers one of the most bangs for your pound. When in top condition, this e-scooter outputs about 6,720W of power to reach a top speed of 60 MPH. You won’t find many electric scooters that are this powerful and fast, even the more expensive ones.

Kaabo Wolf Warrior II Review – New High-End Off-Road Scooter

Few days ago, Kaabo announced a brand new scooter that is meant to be as big, powerful and exciting as the Dualtron Thunder we all know and love.

I had the chance to be one of the few people to test it in the official meeting in Bucharest and I’ve got a lot of impressions to share with you folks.

note: this was originally written on Feb 8 2019 but i didn’t had the time to publish it.

Meet the Kaabo Wolf Warrior II

Designed to be a high-end off-road scooter, the Warrior II is very closely related to the Dualtron Thunder by Minimotors. Not only the two perform similarly in many ways, the Warrior II also borrows several elements from the Dualtron Thunder by Minimotors, which are:

  • LCD display EY3
  • Both motors
  • Controllers
  • Battery
  • Electronics

The only things that change are the body, the suspension and the design, and the price. Now, even though I will be tracing a lot of parallels between the two, I will share as many details as possible so those of you who are not familiar with the Dualtron Thunder can still find this review helpful.

Riding Experience

The Wolf II is large, heavyweight and powerful. The first thing you want to do before you turn the engine on is to put a helmet on.

The scooter feels big and long, even compared to a Dualtron Thunder. I was driving an empty street and I felt comfortable, though I would probably feel a bit worried if I had to drive around people. The Wolf II is definitely not your classic commuter. It’s also 3 kg (6 lb) heavier than the Thunder and 6kg (13 lb) heavier than the Ultra, making it one of the heaviest scooters on the market.

The handle of the scooter feels a bit hard. Unlike the Dualtron Thunder, it takes some effort to turn the handle bar of the Warrior II. I can see why the manufacturer designed it this way– limiting the turning speed and angle of such a heavy and fast scooter might be a good idea, however I still prefer the Dualtron Thunder in this regard. Being able to turn easily makes the ride way smoother and more fun, in my opinion.

That being said, I still had a lot of fun driving around town on the Warrior II – this scooter definitely makes you want to ride it until you deplete the battery.

Here is a video with the ride


Driving a scooter that has two 2,700 W motors is a pretty unique experience, and takes time to get used to. When both motors are engaged and working at full power, the torque is so strong that the wheels lose traction with the asphalt every time you press the throttle. On low speeds, you can easily lose control of the scooter if you are trying to accelerate it on turbo mode with both motors on.

To solve that, the Warrior II comes with two buttons on the handlebar that allow you to control torque and max speed on the go. The first button switches between Turbo and Eco modes – I would definitely recommend you starting the scooter on Eco mode to have slower acceleration. The next button controls how many motors to engage – again, it’s a good idea to start with one motor and then turn the second one on, if needed.

The Wolf Warrior II comes with double hydraulic 160mm disk brakes made by Zoom. Founded in 1991, Zoom is a Chinese company that is well-known for manufacturing decent mid-end brakes. Zoom products are good enough to receive overall positive reviews and are recommended on many blogs and forums. While the brakes are extremely powerful when fully engaged, you can easily control brake power by gradually pressing the clutch.

As expected from a scooter that can go as fast as 80 km/h (50 MPH), the Warrior II features ABS. ABS prevent wheel locking and is a life saver feature that allows you to engage brakes at full speed without losing control of the vehicle. The Warrior II also has regenerative brakes for when you are driving on slower speeds. Regenerative brakes allow you to brake more gradually and save battery life in the process.


The Wolf Warrior II comes with a decent suspension for an off-road scooter. In fact, I could add that its suspension is better suit for off-road driving than it is for racing.

On the front wheel, we have an inverted hydraulic tube suspension, which is the same kind of shocks we see in motorcycles. What’s good about it is that compared to springs (which are what most other scooters use), the hydraulic suspension jumps less and absorbs more. If you are driving on a very uneven surface (i.e. off-road), you would actually want this one over springs any time of the day.

Compared to the rubber suspension the Dualtron scooters come with, this hydraulic one is not adjustable. If you remember, the Dualtron Thunder allows you to chose between 5 different suspension types, going from ultra soft (meant for off-road driving) all the way to ultra hard (for high-speed racing). The suspension that comes in the Wolf Warrior can be classified as ‘medium’, making it acceptable for any kind of driving style and speed you might use the scooter for, though personally I find it better adapted for off-road driving.

The rear suspension of the scooter uses spring shocks. Same as the front suspension, the rear one is fixed and configured to be somewhere in between soft and stiff.

Additional Accessories

One of the things I like about the Warrior II are its dual headlights – they are ultra bright, making night rides safer and more enjoyable. There are also two smaller frontal LED lights that are closer to the wheel, as well a tail/brake light. When the headlights are on, the taillight will be lit on too, though not as bright as when you are braking.

The scooter also comes with a pretty loud horn that sounds pretty much like a car’s. This little detail is important because from my experience, pedestrians only react to sounds that sound like car horns. No matter how loud your horn is, if it does not remind people of a car horn, they will probably not react to it at all or will first look around, trying to figure out what that sound is instead of immediately moving out of the way.


First thing you need to know is that the Warrior II is heavy (46 Kg or 101 lbs). It is hands down the heaviest scooter I have reviewed so far, which means that unless you have good physique, you might not be able to carry it around. Even those of us who are strong enough might find the scooter pretty uncomfortable to carry.

The reason is simple. Besides the weight, the scooter is pretty bulky. It is bigger than the Dualtron Thunder, which says a lot. In fact, I doubt this model will fit in a car trunk, unless you fold the rear seats of the car or something.

What makes carrying it around a tad easier is that the thick metal tail rack comes with a handle.

When it comes to folding, the scooter, while having a pretty strong and rugged folding mechanism, also relies on an external pin. To fold the scooter, you have to remove a pin and then carry it in your or somewhere safe. Problem is – if you lose the pin, you won’t be able to use the scooter until you get a new pin. I will probably find a way to always the pin to the scooter to avoid losing it in the most unfortunate moment (Murphy law and so on).


One look at the photos is enough to appreciate the elegant and memorable design of the scooter. And believe me, it looks even better live.

The first thing that catches the eye is its huge frontal suspension. The rest of the scooter combines perfectly well giving it a rugged, unbreakable look. If I had to describe the style of the scooter in one word, I’d probably use the word ‘professional’ because of its simple, straight lines and conservative gray colors. This scooter is not a toy and one glance at it is enough to realize that.

Most high end scooters come with LED lighting and the Warrior II is no exception. While it does not have something fancy and huge, it does feature two LED strips, on the side of the board. The LED strips, besides looking great, make the scooter way more noticeable at night, especially when looking from the side.

There is one little detail that could be improved, though. The button that turns the LED strips on and off is situated on the standing pad, which means that (a) you won’t be able to turn the LEDs on/off on the fly and (b) you have to bend every time you want to press that button.


As any high-end off-road scooter, the Wolf Warrior II can take a beating. Made completely of aluminum alloy, it features a reinforced frame and joints. The Warrior II is not a lightweight scooter, partially because of the huge amount of metal it has.

I mean, even the mudguard is mostly made of metal, which is pretty nice. If you step on it by accident, it’s won’t break or warp. In fact, since the mudguard is angled, you might want to have your foot on it every time you drive fast because it allows you to have better posture and better grip on the foot board.

The scooter also has a thick metal rail that contours the standing pad and the mudguard, and acts as a shock protection. While it adds to the weight and bulkiness of the scooter, I can see how it can potentially save the battery and lights in the case of a crash.

There are a couple minor details that could be improved in the Wolf Warrior II, though:

  • The rear suspension shocks are not protected from the mud and dirt that comes from the wheel. The spring gets filled with mud pretty quickly, which means you have to get used to clean it regularly.
  • There are two screws that get loose very easily. One is holding the frontal mudguard, while the other one holds the headlights. Adding a washer to each screw seems to fix the issue.


The scooter comes with double motors or 2,700 W each (5,400 W total). Thanks to that, the scooter has insane torque. Its powerful motors also make it great when driving off-road – your speed is almost the same as on asphalt, except that you probably don’t want to go at full 80 km/h (50 mph) on a bumpy surface.

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The power output is highly customizable. From your dashboard, you can limit the acceleration when the scooter starts, as well as you can also adjust the power steps of the motor, limit the speed and even change some settings on the fly (Turbo or Eco mode).

Even though the Warrior II can reach a speed of up to 80 km/h (49 MPH), I’d rather not consider it a racing scooter. The reason being that this model has a pretty soft suspension – as we talked earlier, soft suspension is good when driving off-road but it can make your scooter feel unstable on higher speeds.


The Wolf II has a 60V, 35 AH Li-io battery manufactured by LG. We all know and love LG, so that’s definitely a pro here. In fact, the Dualtron Thunder comes with the same battery and it proved to work extremely well so far.

The battery takes a while to charge – up to 14-17 Hours with one charger. Good thing is, the scooter has two charging ports, which means that you can cut the charge time by half if using two chargers simultaneously.

Kaabo Wolf Warrior II Specs

Max Speed: 80 Km/h (49 MPH) Max Distance: Up to 150 km (93 Mi) Charge Time: 14-17 Hours with one charger, 7-8 with two.

Battery: 60V 35AH(LG)

Gradeability: =45°

Motor Wattage: Two Brushless motors rated 2,700 W each (5,400W total) Weight: 46 Kg (101 lb) Max. Rider Capacity: 150 Kg (330 lb)

Tires: 11 Inch Vacuum

Suspension: Inverted hydraulic tube (frontal), shocks (rear)

Brakes: Front and rear 160mm hydraulic disk brakes ABS Lights: Double LED headlight Taillights Lateral Color LED Stripes

Dashboard: Eye Dashboard by Minimotors (same as on the Dualtron thunder)

Open Size: 1210×625×1250mm (46x24x49 In)

Folded Size: 1500×270×470mm (59x10x18 In)

Material: Aviation-grade Aluminum alloy

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Wolf Warrior X PRO 28Ah 1200W-Dual


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Kaabo Wolf Warrior X serie is one of the lastes innovation for Kaabo, Build on the succes the Wolf Warrior II. The New Wolf Warrior X is also an all terrain model. but it’s lighter and more compact than the Wolf Warrior. Powered by dual 1100W with a peak power of 2000W each. motors and thick 10 x 3.0 hybrid tyres and full hydraulic oil brakes.

This PRO version of the scooter has a 28AH Samsung/LG battery to deliver a maximum power output and a range of 100km. The PRO version is operated by the Minimotors EY3 display and controllers.

The Wolf Warrior X also has an adjustable RGB LED mood lighting and an app where you can change the deck colors by a phone. It also has an LED front spotlight, turn light and front light. Yes now you can get a Kaabo with turn light to maneuver safe in the city instead of use your arms at signal.

It’s standard delivered with 2 extreme powerfully factory-fitted headlights, no need for after install here at all.

The Kaabo Wolf Warrior X PRO also at eBikescooter as an “light” model with 21Ah and standard display. Kaabo Wolf X PLUS



The history of modern electric scooters began after 2012, and e-scooters are divided into two types: daily mobility and off-road evolution. Kaabo Electric Scooter started in 2013 and is an early pioneer of daily scooters and a leader of off-road players. At the beginning of its establishment, Zhejiang Kaabo Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. was based on the development and production of electric scooters, electric unicycles, and electric balance bikes. After several years of innovation and experimentation, now Qibu brand, the English KAABO has been exported to more than 30 countries and regions in Europe, America and Africa. As the pioneer in new intelligent transportation, Kaabo’s secret for success is continuous innovation. Kaabo has been constantly convening excellent developers from all over the world and constantly introducing iterative products. It currently has patented technologies in more than 24 countries. In particular, its Mantis series realizes the state of electric scooters up to 60 kilometers per hour, endurance up to 80 kilometers, and power up to 1,000 watts, which pushes the riding status of electric scooters to a new height. Kaabo has established the industry benchmark established, leading the industry’s research and development direction. Entering 2020, Kaabo are moving forward with a brand-new attitude. In the face of the global market, we have innovated the distribution model. We hope to bring high-quality products to our partners, and at the same time, we can assist them in marketing sales. Kaabo truly achieve the coordination and efficient development of factory brands and distribution partners. We hope Kaabo will have a bright and exciting future!


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