How do Inokim OXO vs. Inokim Light stack up?

electric scooter comparison Inokim OXO
Inokim OXO
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electric scooter comparison Inokim Light
Inokim Light
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The electric scooters we have head to head here are the OXO and the Light, both manufactured by Inokim. We’ll take a deep dive into the specs of both brands, to help you decide which is better depending on your needs, and what you will mostly be using your electric scooter for.

Electric scooters are all about ease of use, versatility and convenience. They are designed to make urban commuting easy, which makes their weight one of the key characteristics to take into account.

The Inokim OXO has a total weight of 75 lbs (34 kg), whereas the Inokim Light has a total weight of 28 lbs (34 kg). Both models are quite heavy, neither is a good option for a commute where you’ll need to carry your scooter.

Equally important when considering the ease of your commute is the folded dimensions of the electric scooter, as these make a huge difference when transporting or storing the scooter. Inokim OXO folds down to 21.26" x 23.23" x 48.03", and Inokim Light folds down to 14.2" x 9.8" x 37.4".

Of course, convenience and portability is only one part of the puzzle. It is important to know how an electric scooter actually rides, and whether it will be able to handle your specific commute.

If your commute is a hilly one, then you’ll want to pay careful attention to the motor power, as this is key in getting you and your scooter up hills.

Inokim OXO has a motor power of 2000W, versus Inokim Light’s motor power of 350W. Inokim OXO is good for hills, as it has enough power to take on any inclines you are likely to encounter.

Inokim OXO has a top speed of 40 mi/hr (64 km/hr) versus a top speed of 16 mi/hr (26 km/hr) for Inokim Light. So if you are looking at long, flat stretches on your commute, and if speed is your thing, then Inokim OXO is the best choice.

When it comes to distance travelling, however, then the range of the electric scooter is going to be a key factor. Inokim OXO has a range of 68 miles (109 km), while Inokim Light has a range of 14 miles (23 km). If your commute is more than 20 miles (32 km), then Inokim OXO would be the better choice.

Battery life and recharge time are also important factors to take into account. Inokim OXO has a battery capacity of 1536 Wh, and Inokim Light has a capacity of 281 Wh. Inokim OXO will recharge fully from empty in 14 hours, and Inokim Light will take 4 hours to fully recharge.

An electric scooter also needs to be able to support the weight of the rider. Inokim OXO has a maximum rider weight of 264 lbs (34 kg), while Inokim Light can support a maximum weight of 220 lbs (34 kg).

Now onto safety. Brakes are one of the most important safety features of an electric scooter, and may be the only difference between a safely completed journey and a trip to the emergency room. There are a number of different brake options available for electric scooters, all of which have their respective pros and cons.

Disc brakes have the best braking power, give excellent control and perform well in all conditions, although they do require maintenance, and are usually the most expensive. Foot brakes are lightweight, simple, and require no maintenance, but tend to perform poorly when compared to other types, are slower to activate and need a specific riding position. Drum brakes are also low maintenance, and better performing, particularly in wet conditions, but are heavier and complicated to disassemble.

Both electronic brakes and regenerative brakes add no extra weight at all, and require no maintenance, but again both types produce less effective braking performance, and can be prone to failure. Regenerative brakes can also fail to work when the battery is fully charged.

Inokim OXO has Disc breaks, and Inokim Light has Drum breaks.

When it comes to tires, there are two options, pneumatic or solid. Pneumatic tires are more comfortable, but can burst if punctured by glass, thorns or nails. Solid rubber tires however are far more durable (and puncture-proof) but will give a more bumpy ride.

Inokim OXO has Pneumatic and Inokim Light has Pneumatic.

Suspension can also help achieve a smoother ride, and although not all electric scooters come with suspension, many models come with front or rear suspension, or both. Inokim OXO has Both, and Inokim Light has None, making ${model_one} the comfier ride.

These days, plenty of electric scooters come with built-in lights. Options vary with lights available at both front and back, just front lights, or just rear lights. Inokim OXO comes with both lights, and Inokim Light comes with both lights, so both are suitable if driving after dark and safety are high priorities.

The final thing to keep in mind is the warranty. This protects you in the unlikely event of a fault with the electric scooter. Inokim OXO comes with a 1 year warranty, and Inokim Light comes with a 1 year warranty.

And there you have it, a full round up of Inokim OXO Vs. Inokim Light. Hopefully this comparison gives you an idea of the relative strengths and weaknesses of Inokim OXO and Inokim Light, and helps demonstrate which electric scooter will best suit your needs. Whichever scooter you pick, remember to always be safe, and have fun!

Side By Side Comparison Chart:
Inokim OXO Inokim Light
Top Speed 40 mi/hr (64 km/hr) 16 mi/hr (26 km/hr)
Range 68 miles (109 km) 14 miles (23 km)
Weight 75 lbs (34 kg) 28 lbs (34 kg)
Rider Weight 264 lbs (34 kg) 220 lbs (34 kg)
Tire Size 10.0 inches 8.5 inches
Tire Type Pneumatic Pneumatic
Motor 2000W 350W
Brake Type Disc Drum
Battery (WH) 1536 Wh 281 Wh
Recharge Time 14 hours 4 hours
Suspension Both None
Lights Both Front & Rear Both Front & Rear
Frame Material Aluminum 6061 t6 alloy Aluminum 6061 t6
Standing Dimensions 51.18" x 23.23" x 48.03" 41.3" x 18.5" x 42.5"
Folded Dimensions 21.26" x 23.23" x 48.03" 14.2" x 9.8" x 37.4"