How do Voyager Rover vs. Fluid Freeride Mosquito stack up?

electric scooter comparison Voyager Rover
Voyager Rover
electric scooter comparison Fluid Freeride Mosquito
Fluid Freeride Mosquito

The electric scooters we have head to head here are the Rover, manufactured by Voyager, versus the Mosquito, manufactured by Fluid Freeride. 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 Voyager Rover has a total weight of 28 lbs (13 kg), whereas the Fluid Freeride Mosquito has a total weight of 22 lbs (10 kg). As Fluid Freeride Mosquito is lighter, it is the more convenient option if you need to carry it for a portion of your commute (up stairs, or on and off public transport, for example).

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.

Voyager Rover has a motor power of 250W, versus Fluid Freeride Mosquito’s motor power of 300W. Neither model is designed to take on inclines, and both models will struggle if your commute is a hilly one.

Voyager Rover has a top speed of 13 mi/hr (21 km/hr) versus a top speed of 20 mi/hr (32 km/hr) for Fluid Freeride Mosquito. So if you are looking at long, flat stretches on your commute, and if speed is your thing, then Fluid Freeride Mosquito 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. Voyager Rover has a range of 12 miles (19 km), while Fluid Freeride Mosquito has a range of 15 miles (24 km). If your commute is more than 20 miles (32 km), then neither model would be a good choice.

Battery life and recharge time are also important factors to take into account. Voyager Rover has a battery capacity of 250W, and Fluid Freeride Mosquito has a capacity of 345 Wh.

An electric scooter also needs to be able to support the weight of the rider. Voyager Rover has a maximum rider weight of 220 lbs (100 kg), while Fluid Freeride Mosquito can support a maximum weight of 240 lbs (109 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.

Voyager Rover has Foot brakes, and Fluid Freeride Mosquito has Foot brakes.

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.

Voyager Rover has Solid and Fluid Freeride Mosquito has Solid.

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. Voyager Rover has None, and Fluid Freeride Mosquito has Both, making ${model_two} 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. Voyager Rover comes with both lights, and Fluid Freeride Mosquito 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. Voyager Rover comes with a 1 year warranty, and Fluid Freeride Mosquito comes with a 90 days warranty.

And there you have it, a full round up of Voyager Rover Vs. Fluid Freeride Mosquito. Hopefully this comparison gives you an idea of the relative strengths and weaknesses of Voyager Rover and Fluid Freeride Mosquito, 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:
Voyager Rover Fluid Freeride Mosquito
Top Speed 13 mi/hr (21 km/hr) 20 mi/hr (32 km/hr)
Range 12 miles (19 km) 15 miles (24 km)
Weight 28 lbs (13 kg) 22 lbs (10 kg)
Rider Weight 220 lbs (100 kg) 240 lbs (109 kg)
Tire Type Solid Solid
Motor 250W 300W
Brake Type Foot Foot
Battery (WH) 250W 345 Wh
Recharge Time
Suspension None Both
Lights Both Front & Rear Both Front & Rear
Frame Material Aluminium alloy
Standing Dimensions 42.72" x 9.65" x 16.34" 43.7" x 14.7" x 39.4"
Folded Dimensions 43.7" x 7.9" x 13.4"