“nice scooter but it's advertised to go at 18mph whereas mine only goes to 15mph.
technical service didn't see any problem.
However, the range is as advertised so far.
if you're looking for speed, buy something else.”
“I reached out to the local Levy shop in NY after I received a broken scooter from a different company. They answered all of my questions regarding maintenance and use in the city. In the end I decided to send the other scooter back and go with Levy since they are easy to reach with a local full service shop. So far I’m happy with my decision.”
“Fun scooter to whip around town. Not crazy fast so I feel much more comfortable on it than some of the higher-end +1000 ones out there. Speeds and acceleration settings can be configured which make it nice for letting my kids ride”
“Scooters come with bare-bones essentials, headlights, tail-lights, etc. I'd recommend getting a brighter headlight to add on and an after-market phone holder. They sell some of this at their stores and websites too.”
“Pros so far: fast, free shipping. very easy and intuitive to set up out of the box. good top speed and range. customer support is top tier and very responsive both before and after purchase.
cons: no mobile app for unlocking / locking. extra battery packs sell out quickly and I've been waiting for a few weeks.”
“Scooters have a very nice smooth feel to them on the road. The body is built with relatively high quality parts that don’t seem to wear much. The fenders are cheap plastic though so if you hit something you’ll probably snap one like I did in my first month. Parts are easy to order online though and ship out quick. For the price the Levy Plus is probably the idea scooter for someone that doesn’t need to go super fast. Weight about 30 lbs so easy enough to carry.”
“Levy shipped me the 7 pin old version of Levy Plus when I specifically requested for the new version the 3 pin version. I shipped back to Levy and requested for the 3 pin version tracking number, no reply at all.”