EVO VT3 E-Scooter - Black

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EVO VT3 E-Scooter - Black

VT3 E-Scooter Specification

Age Suitability: 14+ Years
Max. Weight: 100kg
Max. Speed: 15-18kmph (11mph)
Max Range: 8-10km
Charging Time: 3-4 hours
Motor: 250W
Battery: 25.2v Lithium
Brake: Rear Foot Brake
Wheels: 145mm

Get Ahead

Introduce your child to the thrill of outdoor adventures with our kids' E-Scooter featuring a 30W motor. With its Twist-and-Go start, this scooter provides a safe and fun experience for your little one. Equipped with a rear foot brake, it ensures easy and safe stopping, while the convenient kickstand keeps the scooter upright and ready to ride at a moment's notice. Operating the scooter is a breeze—just Twist and Go! Watch as your child has countless hours of scootering fun.

The EVO Teal Electric E Scooter for children has a handle height of 82cm making this suitable for any child 6+. Made up of a strong alloy frame and anti-slip footplate, this 2 wheeled scooter also comes with a top speed of 10kmph and a max run time of 45 minutes. This scooter also comes with 1x 145mm PU front wheels and 1x 120mm PU back wheels. Creating a fun, sturdy and safe scootering experience for any child. Even better this scooter is lightweight and easy to use.

A Move Forward

The VT3's 250-Watt motor allows riders to hit a top speed of 18kmph or 11mph. It has an induction start and offers an exciting way to scoot.

Quick Charging

A rechargeable lithium battery will be ready to go after only 3-4 hours of charging allowing the rider a travel range of 6-10km. Less time charging, more time scooting!

Easy Storage

The VT3 is specially designed to fold down for easy storage and transport. Perfect for when your taking your VT3 on holiday with you.

A Range Of Features

The VT3 features a headlamp for night time use as well as front and rear brakes for complete safety. It has an instrument panel for monitoring speed etc.

Warning: It is illegal to ride electric scooters on public roads, pavements, or cycle paths. They are intended only for use on private land with the owner’s permission

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