Envy Prodigy VS Envy KOS

Here at Pro Scooter Shop (PSS) we sell two Envy completes, the prodigy and the KOS. One is $100 more than the other and for good reason. If you're considering an Envy complete as your next scooter, read below and find out which one is the best choice for you!

 

Envy Prodigy

The prodigy comes in four different colors, blue, green, red, and purple. These scooters come in at $199.99 which is a solid price for what you’re getting. The prodigy comes with IHC which is basically HIC for standard size bars. It also comes with 110mm wheels, an integrated headset, and a deck with flat sides. Weighing in at just 7.8lbs this thing is perfect for the younger less experienced rider. This scooter was designed for the beginner rider who is just starting out and wants a durable scooter to get better on.


  • One Piece 6061-T6 Aluminum Prodigy Deck 550mm
  • Prodigy 4130 bars
  • 2 bolt CNC clamp
  • CNC Alu IHC Forks
  • Integrated headset
  • 110mm metal core wheels
  • Curve bolt on brake
  • TPR Hand Grips PVC Grip tape
  • Total Weight: 7.8lbs (shipping weight is about 11lbs)

Envy KOS

The Envy KOS comes in at $299.99 and is just an all around amazing scooter. This thing can taking a beating and come out stronger than ever. With Envy reaper bars and IHC as well, this thing is light yet extremely strong. The only thing I don't like about this complete is the fact it comes in only two colors; however the colors are really cool. The Envy 7 spoke wheels keep you rolling smooth and fast. This scooter was made for the advanced/pro level rider. It’s strong and can take the biggest of gaps and the gnarliest of handrails. It also comes with bigger bars than the prodigy does.


  • Forged 6061-T6 Alu KOS Deck
  • 550mm 7 series Alu Reaper bars
  • Forged 2 bolt clamp
  • IHC SOBv2 forged forks
  • Forged 7spoke Wheels
  • Abec 9 Bearings
  • "New" curved bolt on Brake
  • TPR Hand Grips
  • PVC Grip tape

Let’s recap. At $199.99 and $299.99 these scooters are both very reasonable and good deals. The KOS is the better/beefier/stronger scooter. If you’re just starting out I’d go for the prodigy. If you’re a bit more advanced and seriously into riding, the KOS is the play.

You can pick all of these scooters up at http://www.proscootershop.com/collections/envy-scooters
November 11, 2014 by David Power
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