Inmotion S1 Review

Inmotion S1 Review

The Inmotion S1 electric scooter is a top-of-the-line option for those looking for a high-performance and reliable mode of transportation. With its powerful motor, long-lasting battery, and durable design, the Inmotion S1 is well-suited for both commuting and leisure use.


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Keep reading to learn more about the Inmotion S1 electric scooter. 

The manufacturer Inmotion has been working on the development of urban electric transportation like electric unicycles, E-bikes, and e-scooters for years. The Inmotion S1 is their latest electric scooter product, which made us drop our jaws when we read the specifications.

The Specs:

  • Top speed - Up to 30km/hr
  • Range - up to 95 km
  • Payload - up to 308 lbs
  • $1599 CAD Retail Price

The Benefits: 

  • Three Riding Modes
  • Excellent Range 
  • App Connectivity
  • Stylish Design 

Let’s start with its appearance. Compared to most E-scooters, the Inmotion S1 scooter looks simple and integrated without any unnecessary components. The design of this scooter is meant to be stylish as it’s one of the best-looking scooters we’ve had in our store. 


The Inmotion S1 has pretty good water and dust resistance. Specifically, the body is rated at IP55; the controller is rated at IPX7, and the battery is rated at IP67. But at the same time, you also have to make sure you keep using the dust plug to cover the charging ports.

The Inmotion S1 is equipped with an excellent brake system, which consists of a front drum and a rear electric disc brake. The rear electric brake can kick in automatically without using the brake handlebar if you are going downhill and speed up rapidly, or have exceeded the top speed. The automatic braking feels good most of the time but still requires the rider to get used to it the first few times. 

Another great thing about the S1 is the control panel with the large LED display on the handlebars. There’s only one button for all the basic controls, such as one click for turning the headlights on or off, double click for switching the riding mode, and long-press for the power switch. Even for beginners, it’s easy to use. And the throttle is also intuitive with a thumb push. 


One of the greatest designs of the scooter is the road-facing LED light strips on both sides of the deck. They turn blue while riding, and the corresponding strip would automatically flash red when sensing that you are turning to the left or right. That’s right, an electric scooter with turn signals is perfect for the city right? Plus, these lights look super dope at night, not only is it great for safety/visibility, but it just adds to its already superb aesthetic. 

Overall this scooter will provide the most bang for your buck, it has an extremely high range which is perfect for commuting, food delivery, or even just all-day rides AND it comes at about half the price of scooters with similar specs. But of course, we had to test it before we recommend it! One of our experts rode the Inmotion S1 across North York (Toronto), on the Seneca College campus, through residential streets, spent the entire day on the scooter and this is what they had to say: 

“The Inmotion S1 is probably the best scooter I’ve ever been on, although it has a pretty average speed it handles very well and the range is insane. I’ve been on the scooter practically all day and I've barely put a dent in the battery percentage. The scooter manoeuvres very well, the brakes are great, but honestly, it’s the light strips that sold me, I've even had people shout out about how cool it looks.” - Ken (T-Dot Wheels Employee) 


If you’re looking for an all-around top-of-the-line electric scooter then look no further, the Inmotion S1 electric scooter is right for you. Check out the Inmotion S1 today at: 

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