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- WEIGHT 12.5 kg

- MAX. 100 kg

- MOTOR Brushless DC hub motor

- MOTOR POWER 350W (rated continuous power 378W) 427W


- RANGE approx. 25 km

- SPEED max. 20 km / 

- CHARGING TIME 3-4 hours

- GRADEABILITY up to 15%

- AKKU Li-ion battery 36V - 4/6 / 7Ah

- LIGHTING Electr. Front and rear lights

- TIRES 8 inch (200x50mm) solid rubber

- DIMENSIONS HxLxW 1125 * 1100 * 516

- FOLDED DIMENSIONS 1040 * 370 * 165


A scooter is a two-wheeled vehicle powered by an engine or electric motor. Scooters are designed for ease of use and maneuverability, making them popular for commuting, leisure, and urban transportation.


The typical scooter consists of a platform for the rider's feet, a handlebar for steering, and a power source that drives the rear wheel. The engine or electric motor is located under the deck and can range in size from 50cc to over 600cc.


Scooters can be powered by gasoline or electricity, and electric scooters are becoming increasingly popular due to their eco-friendliness and cost-effectiveness. Electric scooters typically have a limited range, but they offer instant torque and quiet operation.

Scooters feature a continuously variable transmission (CVT) system that provides smooth acceleration and constant speed control. Some high-performance scooters also feature advanced suspension systems, such as hydraulic shocks and anti-lock brakes, for enhanced stability and handling.


The compact design of scooters allows for easy maneuvering in congested city traffic and efficient parking. However, it is important to note that scooter riders must abide by local traffic laws and wear protective gear, such as helmets, for their safety.


Overall, scooters offer a convenient and efficient mode of transportation for individuals seeking a more environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternative to traditional vehicles.

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