Banggood Coupon: BGYMD5CN Price: $869.99 Time: 2021-5-31 CN
Shortly after we published the review for YUME YM-D4+, the offer from Banggood has appeared one nine scooter YUME that caught my attention. It seems to me that the YM-D5 is like an electric scooter built for roads in Worldwide and “good roads” countries, which is why it is so popular in EU.
Compared to the NEXTDRIVE N-4A, the YUME YM-D5 is a real monster. The design is similar to the one found in most models of this kind, nothing special. It has a spring suspension and a hydraulic suspension, both on the front and rear wheels. It weighs 34 kilograms and the maximum supported weight is 200 kilograms. Of course you cannot have a compact and minimalist design scooter, such as the Xiaomi M365 Pro, with which you can do off-road, so in the aspect aspect it is something like “Hate it or love it”.
The wheels are 10 inches and inside each one is integrated a motor that develops a power of 1200 watts, generating a total power of 2400 watts. If at Kugoo S1 I said that the acceleration is aggressive, I do not want to imagine what it is like to accelerate an electric scooter with 2 engines.
More power is automatically translated by increased power consumption, which is why the YM-D5 hides under the footrest a battery with a capacity of 23.4Ah, capable of providing a range of up to 80 kilometers with a single charge – at least that supports manufacturer. Obviously, autonomy varies depending on the weight of each one, weather conditions, road, etc. The battery is charged within 4~5 hours.
The YUME YM-D5 has 3 modes of operation through which you can limit the maximum speed you reach. The maximum climb slope is up to 35 degrees. In order to ensure a timely stop but also for added safety, the scooter is equipped with 2 disc brakes, ventilated, on the front wheel but also on the rear, thus allowing them to stop within a very short distance of braking.
The scooter is also equipped with an LCD display, which displays information on battery capacity, usage, speed and current speed. There is also a 10 watt LED headlamp mounted at the bottom of the handlebar to effectively illuminate the road. From the presentation video, the scooter appears to be waterproof, but this is not mentioned on the shop’s website.
I don’t know about you, but I only increase my pulse by watching the presentation clip. After the extremely pleasant experience I had with the NEXTDRIVE N-7, I wonder why YUME scooters are not so popular with us, as they are in China for example. They are made of quality materials, resistant to our roads, and the price is more than good.