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BOGIST Max Electric Scooter

BOGIST Max Electric Scooter

Regular price €470,00 EUR
Regular price €550,00 EUR Sale price €470,00 EUR
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  • Featuring the longest range of 40 miles, robust 10-inch pneumatic tires, and one-step folding frame, the BOGIST®MAX is here to spark riders with a more dependable and comfortable riding experience
  • 350W motor, powerful climbing ability, full power
  • Cell phone and BOGIST®MAX app required for initial setup.
  • Max Slope Approx. 20% electric scooter weight: 20.9kg
  • Tire: 10-inch inflatable tire, 10-inch pneumatic tires

 

 

Product Model BOGIST MAX
Product Size 117*42*120cm
Body Material Aluminum alloy
Color Gray
Max speed 25KM/H
Tire Size 10 inch
 Mileage 35-60KM
Max loading 120KG
Battery type lithium battery
Battery Capacity 15Ah
Motor power 350w~500W
Charging time 6hours
Max climbing 20°
Brake Front drum brake+ rear ABS electronic Brake
Lamp LED
Packaging 119*22*60cm N.W:19KG, G.W:22KG
Certificate CE FCC ROHS LVD EMC MSDS UN38.3
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LCD/Power, Speed, Gear

    🚚 Shipping - Free shipping on all orders to anywhere in Ireland and Europe. 7-15 business days delivery time. 
    💝 Return & Refund Guarantee - 30 Days Hassle Free Returns & 12 Months Warranty. Please refer to t&C . 
    📞 Customer Support - Please email us at support@pogocycles.com. Our support team will reply within 8 hours.

    *Accesories shown in the pictures may be optional or available to buy seperately

    *Product specifications like battery are directly mentioned by manufacturers and they are under optimum test conditions, they may vary with external factors 

    Disclaimer:- Its completely legal to buy, sell and own an e-scooter in Ireland. At the moment, privately-owned electric scooters are illegal to use on the public highway in Ireland & the UK. However they can be ridden on private land.

    Update:19th october :-legislation has been approved by Cabinet and is sent to Oireachtas for approval of scooters on Irish roads