The Begode ET Max claims to be the fastest and most powerful EUC to date. While it’s true that the blistering 112 mph no-load speed beats any other EUC on the market, we have yet to see any independent reviews verifying an actual top speed while riding. The 4500 motor watts is certainly impressive, but both the Inmotion V13 Challenger (read our full review here) and the Begode Master Pro also boast a 4500W motor with >10kw peak output. Where the Begode ET Max really does deliver, however, is aesthetics. It looks absolutely gorgeous, and features shapes and angles we haven’t seen before on any EUC.
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Begode ET Max – Specs
- Battery: 3000 Watt-hours
- Max Voltage: 168 Volts
- Motor: 4500 Watts (>10kw peak)
- Suspension: 130mm of travel
- No Load Speed: 112 mph
- Tire: 20″ (14″ rim)
- Max Rider Load: 265 lbs
- Weight: 97 lbs
Begode ET Max – Features
- Smart BMS
- 20A Fast charging
- LED lights
- Adjustable velcro pads
- Spiked pedals w/adjustable height
- 4500W Tile Type High Torque Motor
- Suspension with bi-directional adjusting
Begode ET Max – Things We Love
Motor: It’s hard to feel unconfident on an EUC when your wheel has 4500W of power. The Begode ET Max will have no problems keeping up with and overtaking cars on virtually any non-interstate road. Hill climbing? Effortless. Bonking up curbs + stairs? Easy.
Aesthetics: The ET Max looks gorgeous. We love the inverse triangle shape, as well as the slender rear taillights and angled footpads. If we had to hang an EUC up in our garage for display, it would be the ET Max.
Beefy Kickstand: The kickstand looks robust enough to handle the ET Max’s 97 lb frame. We also like Begode’s logo design on the stainless-steel-esque kickstand frame.
Huge Display: This is pretty common across most high-powered EUCs nowadays, but even so we love it. Huge numbers so you can check your speed at a quick glance.
Unique Handle: We haven’t seen a handle that looks like this, and we’re pretty confident it will be tough to break this thing.
Lighting: Although we haven’t tested it ourselves, it seems from pictures/videos online that the Begode ET Max has ample lighting, both in the front and the rear.
Begode ET Max – Things We Hate
Battery Size: With a battery size of 3000Wh, this puts the Begode ET Max at 12th place in our list of EUCs with the highest battery capacity. 12th isn’t a very impressive place to be when you have set out to make the best overall EUC.
Water Rating: While water ratings are certainly not standard on most EUCs, Begode’s own A2 (read our detailed review here) has been marketed as one of the first truly water-resistant EUCs. While we would appreciate seeing this feature across all of Begode’s products, it seems unlikely as the ET Max lacks any indication of water resistance.
Begode ET Max – Independent Reviews
We have only been able to find one video review of the Begode ET Max, and here it is on Youtube. We grabbed some screenshots of the video just to show you how gorgeous the ET Max looks in action.
The Freshly Charged Take
It’s difficult to make a conclusive opinion on a new EUC before we’ve had a chance to ride and test it, but our preliminary opinion is that the Begode ET Max is an impressive addition to the lineup of high-powered EUCs, with a focus on aesthetics and sheer power/torque.
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