E-scooter Review: EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+ vs. Kintech Hornet E-scooter

E-scooter Review: EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+ vs. Kintech Hornet E-scooter

If you’re looking for a high-performance off-road electric scooter with a long range and high speed, consider the EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+ or the Kintech Hornet e-scooter.

The EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+ only launched this October, but it’s already making a buzz for its specs and features. EleKtro is slowly becoming a known brand in the e-scooter community, as it steadily becomes the best scooter brand in Australia with its premium models.

Meanwhile, the Kintech Hornet e-scooter turned heads for its sleek and durable design, power, performance, and off-road capabilities. Kintech is known for its high-performance rides, like the Kintech Venom series, making it popular with off-roading e-scooter fans. 

If you’re interested in either or both, this e-scooter review will compare these rides to help you decide which one to get.


Quick Electric Scooter Comparison

EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+

Kintech Hornet E-scooter


40 kg

35 kg

Max Load

120 kg

136 kg


2 x 1200 W Dual Motors

1400 W Dual BLDC Drive


60 V 24 Ah

60 V 21 Ah

Charging Time

10 to 12 hours

6 to 12 hours

Top Speed

Up to 75 kph
(restricted to 25 kph)

Up to 70 kph
(restricted to 25 kph)

Max Range

Up to 105 km

Up to 70 km





Front and Rear Hydraulic
Brakes + Electric Brakes

Hydraulic Disc (NUTT) +
Electronic Braking


10” x 3” City/Off-road Tyres

10” x 3” Road/Off-road


Front and Rear Hydraulic

Quad coil spring





2 Years for the Frame and 1 Year for Motor, Controller, Body, and Battery


Customer Service

Responsive, Offers Parts
And Repairs



At first glance, both e-scooters sport a sleek, minimalist design, unlike other off-road e-scooters with a rugged design. Despite its simplicity, both designs are memorable and eye-catching.

For example, the EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+ features a black exterior with red accents on its suspension and handlebars. This gives it a distinguished, sporty look.

It also includes a panoramic TFT display you don’t often see in off-road e-scooters. As a result, you can see your riding information better, even in bright daylight. As for durability, it can handle a max load of 120 kg.

Meanwhile, the Kintech Hornet features a sleek black exterior with silver accents on its suspension. It has a minimalist and modern look, but its ruggedness is emphasised by its hydraulic disc brakes.

It also features a large display on an octagon-shaped screen, making your riding information very easy to see. For durability, it can carry up to 136 kg, heavier than the Ultra 10 Pro+.

Overall, each e-scooter showcases a unique design. However, if you’re considering load, the Kintech Hornet is a better choice.



Both e-scooters offer decent performance for off-roading. However, between the two, the EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+ offers higher specs.

The EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+ uses 2 x 1200 W dual motors and a 60 V 24 Ah battery to produce up to 75 kph for private use and up to 105 km of range. Note that it has a default speed of 25 kph to comply with e-scooter laws in Australia, and you must override it to unlock the higher speeds. It can also travel on hills with up to 30° inclines.

Meanwhile, the Kintech Hornet may have lower specs than the EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+, but it doesn’t fall behind. It uses a 1,400 W Dual BLDC drive motor and a 60 V 21 Ah battery to deliver up to 70 kph (restricted to 25 kph for e-scooter law compliance) and up to 70 km. Unfortunately, there’s no information available about its hill grade, but since it has a peak power of 3,950 W, it can definitely travel on hills.

Overall, if you want a longer range or a higher speed, consider getting the EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+.

Scooteroo reminds riders to follow their city’s e-scooter laws when riding in public and ride responsibly, even when riding on private property. Ultimately, wear a helmet and other safety gear to keep yourself safe while riding.



Neither e-scooters can be considered portable due to their weight and build. However, both rides are foldable e-scooters, making them convenient to park or store.

The EleKtro electric scooter has a total weight of 40 kg, while the Kintech e-scooter weighs 35 kg. Between the two, the Kintech Hornet is slightly easier to carry due to its lighter weight.



When it comes to safety, both e-scooters are equipped with the safest type of e-scooter brake. The EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+ features front and rear hydraulic disc brakes and electric brakes (EBS). Meanwhile, the Kintech Hornet uses NUTT hydraulic disc brakes and an EBS.

Hydraulic disc brakes are known for powerful stopping power, improved control, lighter weight, and durability. It’s the best type of brake for any e-scooter, especially a high-performance, off-road e-scooter.

So, you can’t go wrong with choosing either e-scooter, as both offer extreme safety.

Ride Quality

Both e-scooters provide riders with suspension that makes rides more comfortable and stable, especially on rough terrains.

The EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+ uses front and rear hydraulic suspension and durable 10” x 3” city and off-road tyres. A hydraulic suspension usually has a responsive system and a firm ride, making it easy to navigate difficult paths. The tyres also add extra grip and cushioning when riding through any terrain.

Meanwhile, the Kintech Hornet e-scooter uses a quad coil spring and 10” x 3” road and off-road tyres. The coil spring is designed to absorb shock effectively, removing bumps and vibrations. As a result, you have smoother and more comfortable rides.

Both e-scooters offer great suspension. It’s best to test out each e-scooter before buying to know which type of suspension you’re more comfortable with.


Regarding price, these two e-scooters only have a $114 difference. The EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+ costs $3,299, while the Kintech Hornet costs $3,185.

The EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+ may be slightly more expensive than the Kintech Hornet e-scooter, but it has higher specs and more features than the other.

If you want a highly capable ride and don’t mind spending a few more bucks, consider the EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+. Meanwhile, get the Kintech Hornet if you want to save a bit of money and don’t need a too-powerful ride for everyday trips.

Warranty and Customer Service

EleKtro offers a two-year warranty for the frame of any of their e-scooter and a one-year warranty for the motor, controller, body, and battery of any of their rides.

Since they’re a local brand, they are fairly responsive to customer enquiries and can be easily reached via their website, email, or social media accounts. They also offer e-scooter parts for their models and repair services to all e-scooter brands.

Meanwhile, Kintech has little to no information regarding its warranty and customer service. Although Kintech electric scooters are popular and reliable, they don’t seem to have a local presence in Australia and are only available through resellers. As a result, you may only get the retailer’s warranty and get in touch with the retailer for any concerns.

Which Off-road E-scooter Should You Choose?

The best off-road e-scooter is one that resolves your riding needs and other factors for consideration.

If you’re looking for a reliable e-scooter with decent performance, heavy maximum load, and a slightly portable weight, consider getting the Kintech Hornet electric scooter.

Meanwhile, if you want a high-performance ride with a long range, high speed, and long warranty, buy the EleKtro Ultra 10 Pro+.

If you want to buy any EleKtro electric scooter or any Kintech e-scooter models, Scooteroo offers various models you can choose from. You can browse and buy e-scooters in Australia in the comfort of your home via scooterooaustralia.com.au.

You may also check out e-scooter reviews in Australia via our blog section.
Hubert Pablo


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