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SXT NEO Electric Scooter

£399.00


£399.00
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FEATURES

  • The model SXT Neo is the "little brother" of the SXT Carbon V2 and differs by a somewhat stripped-down configuration.  
  • Weighing in at just 9.7 kg, makes this lightweight foldable scoote very easy to transport.
  • The SXT Neo has rear suspension and in combination with the 6 inch solid rubber tires gives a very quiet and pleasant driving feeling. 
  • The speed as well as the current charge level of the 6.6 Ah lithium battery is displayed at the upper end of the steering rod on the large LCD display. 
  • This electric scooter is accelerated by thumb throttle, the electric recuperation brake, which feeds the brake energy back into the battery, is activated on the left side also by thumb brake grip.
  • In the dark, the scooter has a bright LED lighting at the upper front of the steering column. At the rear end of the footboard is a vibration-sensitive LED light which is automatically activated when the SXT NEO is moving. 
  • The scooter has 3 different speed levels which can be changed easily via the ON / OFF button. The possible range with economical driving is up to 25 km.
  • The small scooter is powered by a high-torque brushless hub motor with a continuous power of 250 W and a max. power of 500W reaching a max. speed ​​of up to 26 km/h. 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • 9.7 kg light weight
  • Frame of high-quality aviation aluminum
  • 6.6 Ah (238 Wh) lithium battery
  • LCD display
  • Range 25km/15mls
  • Electromagnetic brake
  • IP55 splash water protected
  • 500W max. power

DELIVERY

We understand that when you make an order, you want your order as quickly as possible and we will do our best to make that happen! Most of the items we sell will ship quickly and be at your door fast. 
 

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