Phoenix Ryders P7 Falcon Electric Scooter
Phoenix Ryders P7 Falcon Electric Scooter
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Whether you take it to work every day or for a joy ride in the park, the Phoenix Ryders P7 Falcon electric scooter can get you around safely and fast. Boasting a top speed of 15.5 miles per hour, the scooter can travel up to 17 miles on a single charge Read More

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cablettndv
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Aug 21, 2019
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Two rides in and already a broken piece. How do I contact manufacturer for this defect?
Aug 21, 2019
Setari
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Aug 18, 2019
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I got this and the top speed is like 10 mph and I'm 100 lbs below the maximum stated in the manual (320 lbs). Not sure what "cruise control" and stuff other people are talking about. Scooter is pretty bad IMO unless I get a fix for the speed.
Aug 18, 2019
alan_cs
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Sep 1, 2019
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There are several speed modes you need to configure...
Sep 1, 2019
Setari
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Sep 1, 2019
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Yeah, there's first, second, and third gear. I'm constantly in third, which according to my own testing and the manual, is the fastest gear. It never tops out at 15 mph, always 10-11 on a flat plane (which isn't often).
Sep 1, 2019
alan_cs
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Jul 10, 2019
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Just ordered this. Can any previous users comment on the build quality of this scooter, comparing with the popular Xiaomi M365? Similar, worse or better?
Jul 10, 2019
VladT
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Jun 26, 2019
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Got the scooter yesterday. Cons: Instructions do not match and sometimes unreadable (language). Left handle marked as right and vice versa. Quite heavy. Barely climbs 15% with 190 lbs person (me). Cannot do 20%. Would be too slow/not practical to use for commute. Pros: Easy to assemble. Pretty sturdy and easy to ride. Has two "cruise control" speeds so you do not have to keep pushing the acceleration (you thumb will hurt otherwise). My 8 y.o loves it and it rides fast on any hill. 15 mph limit comes handy here as well :) Verdict: fun for teens, not powerful enough for adult commute.
Jun 26, 2019
Jrnewport1115
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Jun 26, 2019
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Thanks man. For preserving my sanity.
Jun 26, 2019
Esoterica
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Jul 5, 2019
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I’m on the fence. For $279, the price point is attractive.
Jul 5, 2019
Zumbito
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Jun 7, 2019
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Nice scooter, but can you a deal with a faster one? Something like 20 or 30 mph.
Jun 7, 2019
willvape4food
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Jan 19, 2019
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Aside from price, how does this one differ from xiaomi or swagtron? I wish the height is adjustable, that would probably make me buy this if that's the case
Jan 19, 2019
Cry_Dubs
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Jun 6, 2019
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I wouldn't want to kill myself for purchasing something made by a company called swagtron, for one.
Jun 6, 2019
Scalpy
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Jun 7, 2019
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I'm pretty sure there is one Chinese company that makes all of these (OEM) and several other companies buy and rebrand them, but they are all almost completely identical. Minor differences in rated speed and range, but the motor and battery capacity is almost always the same. They may all just use the same frame and use their own components, hard to tell. This one does come with solid tires instead of a set of spare tubes (Xiaomi), I consider that a benefit, not to mention saving $130.
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Jun 7, 2019
lsun
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Jan 16, 2019
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Why is everyone using the same design? If I want one of these, I'd go with more established brands like Xiaomi or Swagtron.
Jan 16, 2019
joker_mkd
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Jan 16, 2019
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This looks it is a replica or just rebranded version of Xiaomi M365: https://des.gbtcdn.com/uploads/pdm-desc-pic/Electronic/image/2016/12/13/1481623410115618.jpg


Jan 16, 2019
SmithyNZ
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Jan 17, 2019
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I own a Xiaomi and ride it daily, and this is exactly what I thought too. There are some differences for sure, but the overall design is extremely similar.
Jan 17, 2019
Major_Infidel
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Jan 16, 2019
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You guys might want to take another look at your battery capacity figure. I have single 18650 batteries rated at 3400 mAh. If I’m reading this correctly and this scooter has 30 18650s rated at a total of 7800 mAh capacity, something ain’t right. ;-)
Jan 16, 2019
Musti
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Jan 17, 2019
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Sorry, I didn't read the specs before making counts... So the motor has 300W, the voltage is known (36V). Declared battery power 280W. Again, nothing strange...
Jan 17, 2019
justinulysses
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Jul 8, 2019
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Batteries SHOULD be specified in watt-hours rather than amp-hours, so you can compare power density across batteries with different voltages. But they're not. Maybe because each industry traditionally tends to use just one battery voltage? If every cell phone uses a 3.6V battery and every UPS or electric car uses stacks of 12V batteries then it doesn't matter. It doesn't seem like personal EVs like bikes and scooters have any real standards yet.
Jul 8, 2019
milligan308
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Jan 16, 2019
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Does this package include Cruize control, headlight w/charge and speed LCD display?
Jan 16, 2019
806D2701
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Jan 16, 2019
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Cruise Control? I don't think so, because it's not mentioned. Headlight? Yep Charger? Yep Speed LCD Display? Yep. Source: Viewed product photos at https://phoenix-ryders.com
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Jan 16, 2019