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Compare the ANYHILL UM-1 and the Fluid Freeride Horizon (13 Ah)

When comparing electric scooters, often times advertised ranges don't match up with reality.  We included metrics from real-world road tests.  Plus, raw specs such as battery capacity and motor wattage provide unbiased performance metrics when evaluating electric scooters

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Fluid Freeride Horizon (13 Ah)

Fluid Freeride Horizon (13 Ah)

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Comparing Electric Scooter Powerhouses: ANYHILL UM-1 vs Fluid Freeride Horizon (13 Ah)

When choosing an electric scooter, two names frequently crop up: the ANYHILL UM-1 and the Fluid Freeride Horizon (13 Ah). The two models are lauded in the scooter world, considered top-of-the-line. But how do they match up? Let's start by observing the ANYHILL UM-1. Intended for city use, this scooter's compact structure and weight of 18kg is convenient for portability. Its top speed is clocked at 30km/h, with a solid maximum range of 40km powered by a 500W motor. The standout feature here is the 3-step folding design that allows for easy storage. On the flip side, the Fluid Freeride Horizon (13 Ah) has priorly been marketed as the ideal suburban electric scooter. Weighing slightly more at 19kg, it makes up for the extra weight with more speed - a maximum of 40km/h. It's powered by a more potent motor at 800W and can travel up to 60km on a single charge. The Horizon (13 Ah) features dual suspension for a smoother ride, particularly in rough terrains, but it lacks the easy-fold feature seen in ANYHILL. In terms of battery life, both units pack a punch with their 13 Ah battery, powerful enough to cover long distances. When it comes to braking, the UM-1 offers a dual braking system (E-ABS + Disc) while the Horizon (13 Ah) uses only a front and rear brake system. Their prices don't differ significantly, therefore, the choice between the two models largely depends on the specific mobility needs of the user. The ANYHILL UM-1 is more suitable for city commuters looking for portability in tight spaces. The Fluid Freeride Horizon (13 Ah) is better suited for suburban environments and rougher terrains, offering a smoother ride with its dual suspension.
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