Wolf Brand Electric Scooters Review

By Chris Wilson


As Porsche is to performance cars, so is Kaabo to high-performance e-scooters. If you're in the market for a high-powered, super-fast electric scooter with motorcycle-grade hydraulic shocks, you might want to check out Kaabo's range of extreme electric scooters.

Editor's 1st Choice 
The Wolf King

Overall Rating:

  • Max Load: 400-lbs (181.4 kg)
  • Range of 50 miles (~80.4km)
  • Top speed of 60 mph
Editor's 2nd Choice
The Wolf Warrior

Overall Rating:

  • Max Load: 450 lbs (204 kg)
  • Range of 42 miles (~62km)
  • Top speed of 50 mph
Editor's 3rd Choice 
Kaabo Mantis Pro

Overall Rating:

  • Max Load: 330-lbs (149-kg)
  • Range of 40 miles (~64km)
  • Top speed of 37 mph

Founded in 2013, the Chinese-owned technological company, Ningbo Kaabo Technology Co. Ltd. originally started out manufacturing various kinds of electric rideables before shifting its focus to high-powered electric scooters in 2016.

Since then, the technological pioneer has launched and distributed a series of high-performance e-scooters to customers worldwide establishing itself as one of the most recognized manufacturers of high-end electric scooters.

Today, if you Google search the fastest electric scooters on the planet, you'll find at least one of their high-powered scooters listed in the search results generated.

Kaabo's Most Popular Electric Scooters

The Wolf King

The Wolf King

Technical Specifications

  • Range: 50 miles / ~80.4 km on a single charge
  • Acceleration: 4.8s 0-50 mph
  • Top Speed: 60 mph / 96.5 kmph
  • Ride: Dual Motor All-Wheel Ride
  • Brake type: Full hydraulic
  • Weight: 105 lbs (46.5 kg)
  • Gradability: 1:1 (100%)
  • Hill Climbing Ability: 45 degree
  • Charging Time: 5 hours (1x fast charger and 1x standard charger)

The wolf king is the most powerful Kaabo electric scooter. It is equipped with dual 1500W brushless motors that generate a maximum of 6750W at peak performance.

The Wolf King

And it's not just power. The Wolf King is the fastest Kaabo e-scooter, topping out around 60mph — 10mph faster than the Wolf Warrior (50mph). And what's even more impressive is its ability to accelerate from 0-50mph in less than 5 seconds.

Yes, you read that last part right – The Wolf King can reach the Wolf Warrior's top speed in 4.8s. And to counter all that tremendous speed, the manufacturers equipped the Wolf King with full hydraulic disc brakes and high-end motorcycle-grade shock absorbers.

The Wolf King

The Wolf King

The Wolf Warrior

The Wolf King

Technical Specifications

  • Range: 42 miles (~62km) at turbo mode. 70 miles (~112km) with eco mode.
  • Acceleration: (0 to 15mph) 1.9 seconds
  • Top speed: 50 mph / 80.5 kmph
  • Climbing Ability: Up to 30 degree - Based on 150-lbs rider
  • Weight of the Scooter: 101 lbs (45.8 kg)
  • Maximum Load Capacity: 450 lbs (204 kg)
  • Hill Climbing Ability: Upto 30 degree
  • Brake Type: Front and Rear Zoom Full Hydraulic Brakes; Electronic anti-lock brake system (eABS)
  • Battery Type: LG/Samsung Li-ion 60V 35Ah Battery with Battery Management System Protection

A cheaper and less powerful alternative to the Wolf King – the Wolf Warrior comes with dual 1200W brushless hub motors that put out 5400W of power at peak performance — 1350W less than the King.

The Wolf Warrior

While its features cannot be compared to that of the king's, Kaabo's Wolf Warrior is still considered an off-road beast among scooter enthusiasts. It is a great 50mph electric scooter whose shock mitigation system makes it a suitable choice for riding on uneven terrain.

It even beats the Wolf King when it comes to mileage. Thanks to its 60V 35Ah Li-ion battery, the Wolf Warrior can cover up to 70 miles on every full charge, which is almost two times the Wolf King's mileage.

However, like the Wolf King, the Wolf Warrior isn't portable. It weighs 101lbs (45.8 kg) and, while it's foldable, might prove very inconvenient to carry.

The Wolf Warrior

The Wolf Warrior

Kaabo Mantis Pro

Kaabo Mantis Pro

Technical Specifications

  • Range: 45 miles (eco mode), 30 miles (turbo mode)
  • Acceleration: (0 to 15mph) 2.0 seconds
  • Top speed: 40 mph / 64.3 kmph
  • Scooter Weight: 65lbs (30kg)
  • Max Rider Capacity: 330lbs (149kg)
  • Brake: Full hydraulic disc brakes
  • Charging Time With a Fast Charger: 4 to 6 hours
  • Warranty: 6 months
  • Battery Type: LG or Samsung 24AH

The Kaabo Mantis Pro is one of the most portable high-performance electric scooters in the market.   Weighing just 68lbs, this electric scooter's motors can generate up to 3200W of absolute power to climb steep hills and reach maximum speeds of 40mph. 

Kaabo Mantis Pro

Because of its portability, speed, acceleration (0-15mph in 2 seconds), hill-climbing ability (up to 30°), etc., the Mantis is often regarded as an all-around e-scooter.

It's worth noting however that the Mantis Pro is not a commuter scooter. While users might find carrying the Mantis more comfortable than carrying either the Wolf King or the Wolf Warrior, at 65lbs, it's still very heavy to be conveyed around in-between commutes.

Kaabo Mantis Pro

Kaabo Mantis Pro

Wolf Brand Electric Scooters Comparison Table

 

Wolf King

Wolf warrior

Mantis Pro

Max power output

6750W (dual 1500W

The motors)

5400W (dual 1200W motors)

3200W (dual 1000W motors)

Top speed 

60mph (96.5kmh)

50mph (80.5kmh)

40mph (64.4kmh)

Total mileage on a full charge

45-50 miles (80.4km)

70 miles (112km)

40 miles (64km)

Max rider capacity

400lbs (181.4 kg)

450lbs (204kg)

330 lbs (149kg)

Hill climbing ability 

45°

30°

30°

Battery capacity

72V 28AH Li-ion batteries

60V 35AH

60V 18.2AH

Acceleration

0 to 50mph in 4.8 seconds

0 to 15mph in 1.9 seconds

0 to 15mph in 2 seconds

Scooter weight

105 lbs (48kg)

101 lbs (45.8kg)

65 lbs (30kg)

Wolf Brand Scooters

What Makes Kaabo's High-Performance e-Scooters Special (Pros of Kaabo e-Scooters)

1) They Have Some of the Most Powerful Electric Scooters on the Market

Did you know that the maximum power some electric scooters generate is equal to the nominal power of one of the Wolf King's hub motors?

For example, at peak performance, the Apollo Explorer's motors put out 1400W, while one of the Wolf King's motors is just getting started at 1500W.

Kaabo's electric scooters are beasts!

If you're looking for hill-flattening power, instantaneous acceleration, insane speeds even when supporting heavy loads, then, Kaabo's powerful e-scooters might be the best place to start.

2) Superior Shock Mitigation Systems

Kaabo's e-scooters are equipped with some of the best shock absorbers in the industry. From the Wolf Warrior 11+'s hydraulic motorcycle-grade front suspension to the Mantis Pro's front and rear spring suspension systems, Kaabo's high-powered e-scooters are designed to be ridden on any terrain.

Even at high speeds, their shock absorbers will soak up vibrations from bumps and ensure the rider experiences smooth ride quality regardless of terrain type.

3) They Come With Very Powerful Batteries

Unlike other brands' high-powered electric scooters that can only travel short distances, the Wolf Warrior can cover up to 70 miles in eco mode when fully charged.

Even though Kaabo's electric scooters are heavy, the fact that they can cover long distances on a full charge ( and they don't take long to charge as they mostly come with two charging ports and two chargers) means riders can commute to work and back without the need to use any other form of transportation and hence eliminating the need to carry the scooter in between commutes.

Cons of Kaabo's High-powered Electric Scooters

1) They aren't cheap

With Kaabo's e-scooters, you're getting what you pay for — performance. Their extreme scooters usually cost between $1700 and $4000.

However, if you're on a budget and can't fork out all that money once, Voromotors (a distributor for Kaabo) offers qualified visitors an 18-month payment plan at $188/month.

2) Kaabo high-power e-scooters are not portable

Even the Kaabo Mantis pro, which isn't as heavy as the Wolf Warrior and the Wolf King, can't be considered a lightweight electric scooter because it weighs more than a microwave oven (and in some cases, a bear cub).

The very fact that high-performance e-scooters require bigger, more powerful batteries & motors makes them heavier than average e-scooters. 

About the author 

Chris Wilson

Chris Wilson, long time fan of personal electric transportation. Chris is not easily impressed when it comes to the latest technologies, however, when he is, nothing can stop him from wanting to share his knowledge with our readers here at ElectricRideLab.com