120 watt 24v motor.
As well as the sleek new design the usual awesome features are still included such as twist throttle with automatic shut off meaning the motor stops when you let go. Handy to transport as the very useful folding neck allowing you to quickly fold down and carry your scooter through the shopping centres and other places you are not allowed to ride them, or simply to drop in the back of the car.
Height adjustable handlebars allow you to be comfortable however tall you are, the stainless steel spring loaded side stand is quick and easy to park up your electric scooter while you run in the shop, the non slip design grips and foot-board keep you on two feet and in control as you zoom along.
With a top speed of 12kmh and 3-6 hours charge time you will have plenty of speedy fun from the 24 volt 120 watt belt driven motor pushed to the ground through 6″ polyurethane tyres ensuring you a smooth and quiet ride.
Recommended Max rider weight 70kg
Weight: approx. 9.5 kg
Required to use:
This scooter requires some minor assembly, tools provided.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How long does it take to assemble the Scooter?
A. Roughly 10 minutes, simply the bolt the front wheel in place and unfold the handle bars
Q. What tools are required?
A.All tools required are included
Q. What age is the range suitable for?
A. We recommend 6+
Q. What is the max weight for the scooters?
A. Max rider weight is 70kg, if the rider is over this weight the scooter belt will snap which is a fail safe to stop the motor being damaged.
Q. Do the tyres need inflating?
A. No they are hard durable plastic.
Q. How fast do the scooters go?
A. Depending on rider weight and terrain being used on the average speed is 7mph
Q. Can i ride my scooter off road and through water?
A. No we strongly recommended you do not take your scooter on grass, mud, clay etc and it must not be ridden through water or in wet conditions.Q. Can i jump my scooter?
A. No, the scooters are designed for use on flat ground only and must not be used to jump including jumping off curbs.