Wolf Warrior X Pro vs Varla Eagle One Pro

By Electric Ride Lab Team


If you’re looking for a high-quality electric scooter, two of the most popular models are the Wolf Warrior X Pro and the Varla Eagle One Pro. Both of these scooters are well-built, powerful, and feature many advanced features that make them well worth their price tag.

But which one should you choose? Here's an in-depth comparison of the Wolf Warrior X Pro and Varla Eagle One Pro to help you decide.

Wolf Warrior X Pro

Overall Rating:

  • Riders Weight Limit265 lbs (120 kg)
  • Motor | 2x1100W Hub Motors
  • Range | Up to 40.9 Miles per Charge
  • Battery | 60V, 28Ah Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Speed | 43 MPH
Varla Eagle One Pro

Overall Rating:

  • Riders Weight Limit330lbs (150 kg)
  • Motor | 2x1000W Hub Motors
  • Range | Up to 36.1 Miles per Charge
  • Battery | 60V, 27Ah Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Speed | 45 MPH

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Differences Between the Wolf Warrior X Pro and the Varla Eagle One Pro

Motor and Power

Wolf Warrior X Pro: Motor & Power

Wolf Warrior X Pro: Motor & Power

Varla Eagle One Pro: Motor and Power

Varla Eagle One Pro: Motor & Power

The Wolf Warrior X Pro is equipped with two 1100W motors that put out a combined 2200 Watts of power. The Varla Eagle One Pro, on the other hand, comes with two 1000W motors capable of outputting a combined 2600 Watts of power at peak performance.

Under optimal conditions, the Wolf Warrior X Pro is able to reach a top speed of 43 mph (69.2 km/h) while the Varla Eagle One Pro has a max speed of 45 mph (72.4 km/h).

Range

Wolf Warrior X Pro: Range

Wolf Warrior X Pro: Range

Varla Eagle One Pro: Battery

Varla Eagle One Pro: Range

Both of these electric scooters have wonderful range capabilities. The Wolf Warrior X Pro can cover up to 60 miles (97 km) of range thanks to its 60V 28Ah battery while the Varla Eagle One Pro comes with a slightly smaller battery than the Warrior X Pro (60V 27Ah).

During our range tests, we were able to cover about 36.1 miles (58.1 km) on a full charge of the Varla Eagle One Pro. The Wolf Warrior X Pro performed slightly better with a range of 40.9 miles (65.8 km).

Both scooters feature two charging ports, allowing for more efficient charging and reduced downtime. 

Performance and Acceleration

Wolf Warrior X Pro: Performance & Acceleration

Wolf Warrior X Pro: Performance & Acceleration

Varla Eagle One Pro: Speed

Varla Eagle One Pro: Performance & Acceleration

While the Wolf Warrior X Pro may have a higher motor rating than the Varla Eagle One Pro, it doesn’t pack a punch like the latter. During our acceleration tests, the Varla Eagle one pro clocked 20 miles an hour in under 3 seconds.

It took the Warrior X Pro about 3.8 seconds to reach that same speed from a complete stop. Even when we tried to find out which scooter would be the quickest to reach 30mph, we were surprised by the Eagle One Pro’s performance. 

It hit 30 mph in 6.2 seconds. The Warrior X Pro on the other hand took about 7.1 seconds to attain that same speed.

Ride Smoothness

Wolf Warrior X Pro: Ride Smoothness

Wolf Warrior X Pro: Ride Smoothness

Varla Eagle One Pro: Mechanical and Hydraulic Brake

Varla Eagle One Pro: Ride Smoothness

Both electric scooters are equipped with dual suspension systems. The Wolf Warrior X Pro comes with hydraulic forks in the front and coil spring shocks in the rear while the Varla Eagle One Pro is fitted with coil spring shocks in both the front and rear ends.

There really isn’t much difference between the two in terms of ride quality. Their shock absorbers are a bit stiff which makes them better suited for off-road riding.

Weight Limit and Net Weight

Wolf Warrior X Pro: Weight Limit and Net Weight

Wolf Warrior X Pro: Weight Limit & Net Weight

Varla Eagle One Pro: Weight Limit and Net Weight

Varla Eagle One Pro: Weight Limit & Net Weight

The Varla Eagle One Pro weighs about 90 lbs (41 kg) and is able to support up to 330 lbs (150 kg) of weight while the Wolf Warrior X Pro tips the scales at 79 lbs (36 kg) with a payload capacity of 265 lbs (120 kg). 

Build Quality

I can tell you for a fact that both electric scooters were built with meticulous attention to detail. Their components are well bolted onto their chases and each e-scooter feels solid even at high speeds. 

The Wolf Warrior X Pro’s stem comes attached to the rest of the scooter so you’re probably not going to have any troubles with stem wobbles since all you have to do — after unboxing the scooter is — extend the stem and secure the scooter’s folding mechanism.

The same is the case for the Varla Eagle One Pro. It comes with in-built steering dampers and an efficient folding mechanism.

Display and Controls

Wolf Warrior X Pro: Display and Controls

Wolf Warrior X Pro: Display & Controls

Varla Eagle One Pro: Display and Controls

Varla Eagle One Pro: Display & Controls

The Wolf Warrior X Pro comes with a minimalist Minimotors display that records the scooter’s speed, range, battery consumption (in both blocks and percentage readout), and speed/motor mode. The Varla Eagle One Pro, on the other hand, comes with a more advanced LCD meter.

This LCD comes with a color screen and an NFC lock. Like the Warrior X Pro's LCD, it also displays the scooter's speed, range, battery consumption, and speed mode.

Water Resistance

Wolf Warrior X Pro: Water Resistance

Wolf Warrior X Pro: Water Resistance

Varla Eagle One Pro: Water Resistance

Varla Eagle One Pro: Water Resistance

The Varla Eagle One Pro is IP54 certified and can withstand dust and water sprays from any direction, safeguarding its electronics. Kaabo doesn't exactly specify the Warrior X Pro's water resistance rating but I assume it should perform just fine under light rainy conditions.

Upgrades and Accessories

The Varla Eagle One Pro comes standard with front and rear lights, a heavy-duty kickstand, a rear fender, and a footrest. The Wolf Warrior X Pro is also equipped with a kickstand, front and rear fenders, two ultra-bright headlights, and a rear light.

The biggest difference between the two is that the Wolf Warrior X Pro comes with two headlights and they're located higher up the e-scooter's stem and there are long LED strips located on either side of the deck.

Wolf Warrior X Pro

Overall Rating:

  • Riders Weight Limit265 lbs (120 kg)
  • Motor | 2x1100W Hub Motors
  • Range | Up to 40.9 Miles per Charge
  • Battery | 60V, 28Ah Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Speed | 43 MPH
Varla Eagle One Pro

Overall Rating:

  • Riders Weight Limit330lbs (150 kg)
  • Motor | 2x1000W Hub Motors
  • Range | Up to 36.1 Miles per Charge
  • Battery | 60V, 27Ah Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Speed | 45 MPH

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Tabular Representation of the Differences Between the Wolf Warrior X Pro and the Varla Eagle One Pro

Although the Wolf Warrior X Pro and Varla Eagle One Pro share some similarities, they also possess many distinct characteristics as highlighted in the following table.

Comparison Category

Varla Eagle One Pro

Wolf Warrior X Pro

Motor Rating

2x1000W hub motors

2x1100W hub motors

Battery Capacity

60V 27Ah

60V 28Ah

Suspension

Dual coil spring suspension

Front hydraulic forks
Rear coil springs

Tires

11”x 3”

10"x 3"

Range

36.1 miles

40.9 miles

Top Speed

45 mph

43 mph

Payload Capacity

330 lbs

265 lbs

Brakes

Available in mechanical disc-braking and hydraulic disc-braking configurations

Dual hydraulic disc brakes

Lights

Head and tail lights

Head, tail, and deck lights

Pros and Cons of the Wolf Warrior X Pro

Pros

  • It comes with two charge ports which cut charging time by half.
  • It is a well-lighted electric scooter.
  • The scooter comes with multi-terrain tires.
  • The scooter's dual stem system improves balance and maneuverability.

Cons

  • It might be a bit difficult to carry this scooter when it’s folded because of its dual-stem design.
  • The LED strips that run on either side of the deck can easily get damaged.

Pros and Cons of the Varla Eagle One Pro

Pros

  • The Varla Eagle One Pro is one of the most affordable beast e-scooters currently available on the market.
  • It comes with 11-inch tires.
  • The scooter can support up to 330 lbs of load.

Cons

  • It is heavy.
  • Its deck is short.
  • The Eagle One Pro's throttle has a dead zone.
Wolf Warrior X Pro

Who is the Warrior X Pro For?

Experienced e-scooter riders who want a lightweight option may find the Wolf Warrior X Pro to be an ideal choice compared to heavier models like the 11+ and Wolf King.

The Kaabo Wolf Warrior e-scooter is also a great choice for both on and off-road riding, thanks to its versatile design.

Who is the Warrior X Pro NOT For

The Warrior X pro is powerful and has a good range, but it is not the ideal choice for commuting as it may not be street-legal in some regions. Furthermore, it should only be used by someone who has experience riding performance electric scooters.

Varla Eagle One Pro

Who’s the Varla Eagle One Pro For

The Varla Eagle One Pro electric scooter is perfect for those who are looking for a reliable vehicle to ride in rough terrain (It is very durable and sturdy). The scooter also has a 330-pound weight capacity, making it ideal for individuals with above-average body mass. It could be the perfect ride for heavier riders.

Who’s the Varla Eagle One Pro not For

The massive weight of the Varla Eagle One Pro electric scooter makes it infeasible for those who prioritize portability. Besides that, the scooter is also hard to pick up since its stem doesn't latch to the deck when folded.

Final Verdict

Generally speaking, both electric scooters offer solid performance and value that makes them ideal choices for anyone looking for reliable transportation or just leisurely rides at high speeds over flat surfaces or challenging terrains alike.

Ultimately, picking one over another depends mostly on personal preference but you will get almost similar performance regardless of which scooter you choose!

Wolf Warrior X Pro

Overall Rating:

  • Riders Weight Limit265 lbs (120 kg)
  • Motor | 2x1100W Hub Motors
  • Range | Up to 40.9 Miles per Charge
  • Battery | 60V, 28Ah Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Speed | 43 MPH
Varla Eagle One Pro

Overall Rating:

  • Riders Weight Limit330lbs (150 kg)
  • Motor | 2x1000W Hub Motors
  • Range | Up to 36.1 Miles per Charge
  • Battery | 60V, 27Ah Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Speed | 45 MPH

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About the author 

Electric Ride Lab Team

When it comes to electric personal transportation, we’re the avid performance thrill-seekers. Pioneering great and well-reviewed mobility products for e-ride lovers is all we want. Well, yes! That’s purely obvious from our team.