Zero 10X

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  • The ZERO 10X is a high performance dual motor drive, dual suspension electric scooter that brings off-road performance into the urban environment. 

    The ZERO 10X electric scooter is able to hit a top speed of up to 40 mph and has a range of 35-40 miles in a single charge. With its 10 x 3.0" inch tires and front and rear spring suspension that allows this scooter to easily handle the bumpiest of roads.

    Its performance outranks all other electric scooters in its price range, making the ZERO 10X a great value for the money compared to other high performance electric scooters.

  • The Dual 1000W hub motors on the ZERO 10X provides a nominal total power output of 2000W. This power is controlled by 2 x 25 Amp speed controllers with massive heat sinks to dissipate heat as quickly as possible, maintaining optimal performance of the electric scooter at all times.

    Just looking at the ZERO 10X can raise your pulse. Originally designed for off-road riding, this body plan was so successful that the designers adapted the scooter for urban riding.

    The first thing you will notice are the striking suspension arms connecting the wheels to the body. These suspension arms are propped up by 2 spring absorbers for added comfort.

    Then comes the delight of realizing that both wheels have hub motors in them. Switchable between a single drive and a dual motor drive, the ZERO 10X allows the rider to switch between 2 modes: the ECO mode and the TURBO mode.

    ZERO 10X 23Ah ZERO 10X 60V
    Battery 52V 18Ah 52V 24Ah 60V 21Ah
    Motor 2 X 1000 2 X 1000
    2 X 1200
    Range 35-38 Miles 55-60 Miles 56 Miles
    Top Speed 35-38 MPH 35-38 MPH
    45 MPH
    Load Capacity 330lbs 330lbs
  • Q: Do the ZERO models come with a charger? A: Yes. All ZERO models come with one standard charger.

    Q: Are the ZERO models waterproof? A: Not really. The ZERO models are built to withstand small amounts of water, but we recommend avoiding wet conditions like puddles or riding in the rain.



speed indicator guage
35-45 MPH*
*varies by model
range indicator
35-60 MILES*
*varies by model
electric scooter weight icon
80 lbs
scooter load capacity icon
Load Capacity
330 lbs
zero 10x electric scooter front disc brakes


Hydraulic disc brakes on front and rear for optimal stopping power
zero 10x electric scooter dual motor side view


The Dual 1000W hub motors on the ZERO 10X Dual provides a phenomenal power output of 2000W and a peak power output of 3200W.
zero 10x electric scooter rear hydraulic suspension


With its 10 x 3 inch tires and front and rear spring suspension that allows this scooter to easily handle the bumpiest of roads.


"it’s a high-end scooter for those looking for much faster speeds and range for longer distance commutes"
"The ZERO 10X is for all the thrill-seeking, speed-loving electric scooter riders out there who want to take their riding to the next level"
"Nothing in it's price range comes even close"



zero 10 electric scooter handlebar width 49.6 inches
zero 10x electric scooter handlebar height 38.6 in
zero 10x electric scooter folded height 19.7 in


Customer Reviews

Based on 144 reviews
Extremely powerful

Incredible scooter lots of fun


Love it

Awesome Commuter, short range?

Really love my Zero 10X 60v. I use it to commute back and forth from my home to my small business office each day. It's only about a mile, but it has steep hills and I'm a hefty (235 lbs) guy, so my Segway Ninebot Max just couldn't cut it.

The 10X dual motor has plenty of power and the speed is awesome. I'm generally going 32 kph even up steep hills, so it's clear that the 2000 watts of motor is more than sufficient and that I'm speed limited electronically (would love to be able to hit 48 kph/30 mph so I could do the speed limit of my small community roads, nudge nudge).

The suspension is great and a big improvement over my Segway Ninebot. While I like the Segway too and have used it quite a bit, it can't handle the 'normal' bumps and cracks of a bike lane / sidewalk commute like the suspension of the Zero 10X can, so I had to slow it down and dodge constantly. The better tires and suspension of the Zero 10X is tolerant of quite a bit so I spend much less time worrying about the pavement conditions.

The dual hydraulic disk breaks are great, and I use them extensively when commuting at speed and stopping on steep downslopes. They can occasionally rub a bit after use, but they seem to self realign after a little travel.

I'm not sure about the battery life / distance of the scooter yet. I haven't tested it much. I run it in dual motor performance mode and the electric battery estimate drops from 5 to 1.5ish bars after a round trip of ~1 mile. I'm not sure if this means I have a real range of just 2 miles or if the electronic battery estimate is just overly sensitive to voltage drop. Haven't had the willingness to run it until it's stalled to find out. For me, this is OK, but I'm buying a second charger so I can charge it at the office, as I'm too timid to run multiple trips in one day right now and only charge at home. Would really have liked to feel like I can do at least 4-5 round trips on a charge (8-10 miles), given that it's advertised as a 35-40 mile range. This also bodes poorly for the future as the battery naturally loses capacity over time.

Was disappointed that the steering column didn't fold & lock for carry. Prior to purchase I looked into this because I really like this feature of the Segway Ninebot Max, and it seems like other versions of the Zero series do this, but my 10X does not. It has a simpler set of pressure rings holding the column in place, and you release the column but it doesn't become a carry handle. Given the weight of the 10X, this is probably a questionable feature, as my much lighter Segway Ninebot Max is already at the limit of what I would want to pick up and carry on a daily basis.

Ordering & shipping process went smoothly, scooter was well packaged and arrived in great condition.

The final proof is I'm buying another 10X for my older kids. With the pros and minuses above, I come out solidly on the "love it" side. And for the goals of having a short distance commuter which is easier on the knees than a bike and quick enough that I don't feel tempted to 'just grab the car to save a few minutes', it's been a huge win for me.


Really the best e-scooter for the money

Great scooter, but could be better

I received my scooter today.
First thoughts are that it has good acceleration and with some adjustments the brakes work very well. Had to center the brake pads for the front and rear. Found the front disc warped as it touched the brake pads at certain points when I rotate the front wheel. I wish it had a twist throttle vs the pull lever. It just feels safer having a full grip on the bars specially at higher speeds.

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