Several years ago, I found a side hustle that quickly became one of my favorites – charging electric scooters as a Lime Juicer. If you live in a large city, you’ve undoubtedly encountered these scooters before. Companies like Bird and Lime place shared electric scooters all around the city. Users can then download the respective apps and rent these scooters on a per-minute basis.
If you ever see me in person, there’s a good chance you’ll find me riding around on an electric scooter. For years, I’ve used shared electric scooters from companies like Bird and Lime. I always knew I wanted to get my own scooter though, so I was beyond excited when Varla gave me the opportunity to try out the Varla Eagle One. In this Varla Eagle One review, I’m going to go over the Varla Eagle One scooter, discuss some of the features I like about it, and give you the information you need to decide if this scooter makes sense for you.