Inokim OX Super Electric Scooter


Inokim Ox Super: Specs

  • 60V 21Ah Lithium Battery
  • 1000W gearless motor (1300W peak)
  • Up to 28 mph, speed limited to 15.5mph in UK
  • Three gears
  • 28KG
  • 54 miles / 87 km range
  • 11-hour charge time
  • Front Drum Brake, Rear Disc Brake
  • 10in tyres
  • 1220 x 590 x 540mm (Folded)
  • 1200 x 590 x 1300 (Open)
  • 120KG load limit


Electric scooters have exploded in popularity over the past few years – and that’s great for the environment, offering a greener way to travel than traditional transport. It also means that every manufacturer wants to get in on the fun, with many using the same generic design and components with a custom logo slapped on for good measure.

Inokim is one of few electric scooter companies that avoid that practice, instead spending time on the R&D of unique electric scooters that are fit for purpose – and they look great too.

The Inokim Ox Super is a great example of that, with unique design elements and powerful internals that provide both incredibly high speeds and long range. It’s comfortably premium, but it ticks boxes that I didn’t even know existed until now.

Design and build
Big and weighty, makes it hard to carry
Innovative, unique design with great attention to detail
Unique mono-forked wheel suspension
Electric scooters aren’t the lightest or slimmest forms of transport, and that’s especially true of the Inokim Ox Super, easily one of the biggest electric scooters I’ve reviewed to date. It’s immediately noticeable when you first see the scooter – particularly the width – measuring in at 1220 x 590 x 1300mm, and it’s still fairly large in its folded form at 1220 x 590 x 540mm.

The obvious downside to such a large scooter is that it’s more difficult to store when not in use, and combined with a weight of 28kg, it’s difficult to carry when you do need to do so. If you’re on the market for a lightweight, slim scooter that’s easy to take on public transport, the Inokim Ox Super isn’t for you.

That being said, the large form factor of the Ox Scooter does have benefits. The most immediately noticeable is the large deck, which is wide enough to easily accommodate my large size 11 feet sideways without my toes hanging off the edge – something that can’t be said of many electric scooters.

The bigger dimensions also provide a sense of stability and presence when riding, complemented by wide handlebars with plenty of space for brakes, a small LCD display and a bell.

The large dimensions continue with the wheels, with grippy air-filled 10in tyres that make short work of uneven surfaces – and unlike most alternatives, these can be removed and replaced without sending it back to the manufacturer.

Every aspect of the Ox Super design feels purposeful, be it the built-in light detector that automatically turns your headlights and brake lights on in dark environment or the Inokim-branded kickstand to keep the scooter upright. Even the brake cables match the black and orange colour scheme of the scooter.

The most unique design element is undoubtedly the mono-forked wheel suspension design which, unlike practically every other popular electric scooter, isn’t directly attached to the stem. It not only looks unique and provides a ‘floating wheel’ design that looks incredible, but it’s practical too, offering a top-tier suspension system – but more on that a little later.

1000W motor may be overkill for some
Up to 28mph, but comes with built-in speed limiter for UK users
Incredibly fun and responsive ride
Riding an electric scooter is always a fun, exhilarating experience, but the Inokim Ox Super takes things to another level.

Beneath the attractive exterior is a 1000W gearless motor (with 1300W peak power) that leaves most other electric scooters in the dust – the Ninebot Max G30 topped out at 350W, and even that was more powerful than most budget options that ship with a 250W motor.

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