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Fold 72v 10000w Patinete Electrico 2 Wheels Electric Scooter For Elder

Posted on 09/06/2021

Starting Price $2,185.00 US Dollars Per Unit
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Condition: New
Available: Online
Quantity: 100
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Shopping - Electronics - Office & School
Location: Guangzhou, China, East Asia

Guide to the choice of electric scooter

When you are about to buy an electric scooter, the first question that arises is: What is the best model?

Well to this question we answer by saying that there is no better model than others, because the needs of those who buy it are different, it is not possible to make a product that can meet all needs at the same time. This does not mean, however, that it is not possible to find the perfect electric scooter for your needs.

In fact, each person has his own style, there are those who prefer to use the vehicle from sitting rather than standing, those who prefer the practicality of a sealable product who prefer robustness and superior performance. That is why it is necessary for manufacturing companies to develop different models to meet the needs of all.

So we see all the parameters to consider when you decide to buy a scooter.

The Style

We said earlier, electric roller skates can be of different styles according to the features they have:


presence of saddle

weight and practicality

possibility to be closed

Basically a single roller coaster is defined by the presence of a step-through chassis, i.e. on which both feet can be supported flat during driving.

Once this has been established, there are plenty of opportunities based on the type of use that will be made of it.

For example, if you need to have a practical vehicle to carry up and down from a bus, you should propel for a light and sealable product, so as to reduce the clump as much as possible. If, on the other hand, the electric scooter is intended for a particular and difficult road path, it is better to choose a more robust one, with larger tyres, equipped with suspensions that implement possible ground levels and the presence of headlights similar to those mounted on motorcycles.

On the other hand, if you prefer comfort, you can choose a model with a horizontal seat that allows you to drive from seats. Of course, this type of model is more cumbersome because it cannot be closed.

Weight of driver or load

The performance of electric scooters is also influenced by the load to which they are subjected.

The minimum capacity of adult single skates is 70 kg, so you can really expand on an infinity of models.

However, when it comes to choosing a more robust and durable product, there are electric roller skates that can also bear weights of 140 kg, but of course the greater robustness is reflected in the price.








Speed, battery autonomy and recharge

These parameters are useful for programming the use that you want to make of the scooter. Assuming that both speed and autonomy depend on the type of terrain, the weight of the driver and also on the weather conditions, the manufacturer's base house provides some values. These, from the assumptions we have made, must be taken as estimates precisely because they are subject to different variables.

The monopattino elettrico is large and heavy — more than 120 pounds — but it's all battery weight. With an estimated range of 70 miles, the monopattino elettrico has more than double the range of most other scooters, making it the best electric scooter for those who have long rides.

And, with a powerful rear-wheel drive 5000-Watt motor and large 11-inch inflatable tires, the monopattino elettrico will not only be able to get up hills with ease, but do so comfortably, too. In our tests, it was second only to the Unagi in maintaining its speed as we went up steep inclines. We also really liked the monopattino elettrico's bell, which was beefy and loud enough to clear people out of our path.

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