Boosted made its name by becoming the de facto electric skateboard. When rumors emerged that the company was working on a scooter, I had mixed feelings. I worried Boosted might bring out a me-too product and, well, scooters tend to be a little dorky. When the $1,599 Rev was finally revealed earlier this year, I was proved wrong (at least about the first part). The Rev is clearly inspired by San Francisco, the city Boosted calls home. Most garden-variety scooters offer somewhere between 250 and 500 watts of power. At the high end, that’s enough to get you up some pretty decent inclines, but you’ll feel every slow, meandering yard. The Rev offers a whopping 1,500 watts. As a reminder, the range and top speed of the Rev are good, but not radical. While 24 mph is quick, plenty of rival scooters can keep up. The 22-mile range is also generous, but not significantly better than cheaper options. It’s how you’ll get to that top speed that makes this thing so much fun. The good news is that the claimed three-hour charging time means replenishing those watts will be fairly quick. (Some lower-powered scooters can take as long as five hours.) Even better, if you hav...