Partu Electric Scooter Height Adjustable E-Scooter for Adult with 5.2 AH LG Battery - Max Speed up to 27 Km/h (2018 Newly)
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- ★EXCELLENT ELECTRIC SCOOTER -Important tips: Press the folding latch when folding and unfolding it to avoid equipment damage, and please do hold parts nearest to the folding latch if you want to hang around with it's folding state. This high-end scooter is equipped with a 5.2 AH high capacity battery, it will ensure distances of up to 8-15 km riding after a 3 hour charge. It is made of strong carbon steels, and can bear a maximum weight of 198.4 lbs (The weight of an average adult).
- ★LOAD SPEED - The scooter has a maximum speed of up to 11-14 km/h in first gear, 17-21 km/h in second gear and 26-27 km/h in third gear. Speed will slow down along with the battery life get dropped, which was decided by the voltage, so it's normal to have a lower speed than expected when it's power is low. Speed will declined when it's uphill, and the angle should be less than 20.
- ★TRUSTED BRAKE SYSTEM - The red one on the left will brake and the black one on the right will accelerate so it is very simple to use. The scooter will decelerate gradually when you press the brake. To keep your scooter from scratching there us a kickstand included which will keep it upright without falling over. It's not suggested to depress the lid of the rear wheel often, cause it's not extreme scooter. IP55 waterproof level ensure secure driving when it drizzles.
- ★ADJUSTABLE SUPPORTING BAR- The height can be adjust from 32.2-inch to 36.2-inch, and there is a height adjustment clip used for fixing. The wheels are made of natural rubber, which will give a smooth ride with built in shock absorption on the front wheel and it's pretty solid . It sports a large anti-skid deck for a very comfortable non-slip ride. There is an information display screen to show the current speed, battery level, odometer and the driving time.
- ★BRIGHT FRONT HEAD LIGHT - The scooter is equipped with a front head light so he can ride in low light conditions as well. The illuminate distances up to 78.7-inch. All components are totally new and well made, and each scooter was tested before shipping .Offers 24-month warranty, quick replies in case of problem, and instant refunds. Please email us if you have any questions.
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PARTU electric scooter:
This scooter can be used as a great transportation, which suit for teenager and adults.
Why you should buy this electric scooter?
✓Distances of up to 8-15 km riding after a 3 hour full charge.
✓Maximum bear weight of 198.4 lbs
✓Effective brake system & Auxiliary brake (rear wheel)
✓IP55 waterproof level
✓Adjustable supporting bar
✓Clear LED display screen
✓Bright front lamp-- illuminate distances up to 78.7-inch
✓Hook-- hanging bags
1、This electric scooter is waterproof which can ensure driving when it drizzles, but your engine will be damaged if you drive it in heavy rain or on the road where water depth over 0.8-inch . Helmet is highly recommended which can keep your safety.
2、Voltage determines speed. Those data below is measured when scooter was full charged:
Average Load and speed when a 65kg person is on the scooter: Its speed is up to 14 kph at first gear, 21 kph at second gear, and 27 kph at third gear when driving straight. Charging and pavement conditions may affect its speed, and this is the performance when fully charged.
When no one is on the bike the speeds are: 0-18kph at first gear, 18-25 kph at second gear, and 25-33kph at third gear, give or take a 5 kph error.
Height :51.1~78.7 inch
Max weight of Load-bearing: 198.4 lbs
Max climbing angle: About 20
Max speed :About 27 km/h
Nominal distance when full charged: 8-15Km
Road type; Hard ground, flat asphalt road , ramp under 20，step under 1cm
Water-proof level: IP55(Daily life level)
Battery capacity: 5200 mAh
Nominal voltage: 2 4 V
Input voltage: 29.4 V
Power : 250w
Charging time: About 3 h
1 x Electric Scooter
1 x Adapter
1 x Screwdriver
2 x Screws
3 x Hexagonal wrenches
1 x User manual
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I've used this scooter for a month now to and from college, which is 2.7mi forwards and back, so I've got a lot to say about it.
Firstly, the max speed I can achieve usually is 25km/h for about 20 minutes, and then it drops to 20-21, then 18 when I get to 40%. 20km/h is a nice cruising speed as it's a good balance of speed and required attention span (I could look at the sights instead of poles or potholes), and is equal or greater than the average person on a bike (I know as I did a few mini races every so often). I have seen the max 27km/h on few occasions, however, it does feel slow when you're on a nice open straight and feel like you ought to go faster, which would probably be 30km/h on average, not 25. The desire is real.You do still get a fair amount of excersize though when kicking up extra steep hills or trying to accelerate faster. I'll get to the acceleration later, but I feel like merely balancing the scooter the first few days of having it was already giving me a workout.
Secondly, the suspension is a nice concept in theory, but in practice, suspension only in the front is more of a notification that, in the next half of a second, you're going to feel those bumps in full force. On my transit, there are these yellow bumpy tiles in various places. The front tyre (where the suspension is) glides on it with minimal issues, but when the back tyre rolls over them, you can feel every bump in succession going at 20km/h. Even slowing down doesn't really help; the vibrations may be less, but your enduring it for longer.
The acceleration doesn't really change with the gearing. What I mean is, the acceleration for the scooter is probably fine for gear 1 and 2, but when I push the throttle on gear 3, I expect to start accelerating almost imediately. What actually happens is there seems to be no power going to the motor for about a second before it revves up enough to start moving the scooter.
Another problem is decceleration and is the reason a ster is missing. The electric brake has a funny way of breaking, as it seems to have a lot of brake force when you're going fast, but significantly less when going slower or in the middle of slowing down, as if the break lightened up midway through engaging it. The rear brake is better at this, but the fact that it's made of a rather bendy plasic means that you have to have a bit of finesse to step on it square on. If you don't, the rear brake will bend and you might do what I did which is get is caught in the rear tyre and break it. Generously, the seller provided a spare. Something to mention though is that putting any chains or locks though the tyre spokes and a bike lock is probably safe as you need to use many of the provided tools, along with a keen eye, to take the back tyre off so that you can install the new brake. Also, DO NOT get carried away and accidentally lean on the brake handle while trying to control the scooter one handed when it's cold out. Get some windproof gloves.
I was actually not about to buy this scooter solely due to the red colour, but it's much nicer in person. It's a shimmering cherry colour, not a bright red car colour I was imagining. The fact that you can change the height is a nice feature and seeing the scooter next to it's unpowered equivalent (aka a normal scooter) really sells the fact that this is a scooter for big kids. Its also convinient that there's enough leg room to put you feet in all sorts of different poses, and I'm size 11. The scooter folds and unfolds really quick and effortlessly (I've had to do it 4 times a day for the past month) and can be rolled infront like a trolley or to the side of you. Do note that the underside of the scooter gets very muddy very quickly, which I still don't see why as I'm mainly on the sidewalk for most and probably 1km of leaves and sticks.
Lastly, the speedometer is a substantially vital feature as it times my transit and display's the speed you're going at. I still remember when I was on a straigh and I got to 27km/h for the first time. I was enthusiastically shouting "Twenee seven! TWENYEIGHT!!!" so a future option of a scooter that could reach 35km/hr is on my wishlist. It probably wont speed up the transit, but it would make it much more interesting!
Amazing aftersale service, I contacted them after 6 months of heavy usage and they sent for free some parts to replace used one.
Many thanks for your understanding !!
I have tried to contact the seller about this, but as of now (2 weeks later) I still have not heard back with an offer how to solve this.
I would suggest to try a different seller..
It took me about 2 and half hours to charge it to near full. I test rode it along the route I intend to take it on, which is from my house to the bus station, about 1.13 miles along a bridle way and a few paths in town. It handles the bumps much better than I anticipated and the soft rubber tyres seem to do most of the work with handling the stone chip pavements that are part of the journey, the larger cracks were smoothed out by the suspension on the front.
The scooter really does use the "gears" as they call them. As you will be going up a slope and you will feel the scooter slowing down but then you will feel it pick back up again and there is an increase in torque suddenly where the motor controller switches the magnetic fields in the motor to generate more torque with the down side of less speed. This appears to be done automatically, quite clever really. As I have yet to see this on an ebike.
The hand grips are very soft like memory foam so they do a very good job of soaking up vibration, the whole scooter generally feels smooth, when you get on it you can feel the NGK bearings smoothness and on the steering also. The board is also very grippy and has a kind of layer of sandpaper on it so you don't slip.
I heard complaints in reviews about the braking force, I think its is perfect and provides suprisingly good braking power for a relatively small electronic brake, but the best part about it is that the electronic brake actually has resolution. So you can control how much force the brake puts out.
My only 2 complaints about this is the display isnt very bright when out on a bright day. But to be honest im not too bothered as I tend to just enjoy the scenery and would not like to die falling off because I was concentrating on the display. The other is that the battery tends to sag too much, so you will come off the throttle after a mile or so and the read out will display about half full on the battery, but within a minute it will jump up to 3/4 full as the battery "catches up" the sag also caused the scooter to slow down as the motor RPM's are determined by the voltage (KV). This could be addressed by using some higher C rated cells or by increasing the capacity. For example if the manufacturer wanted to keep the same capacity they should really use some Sony VCT5 cells which have a 30 amp continuous discharge rate. LG are good batteries though and I'm sure they will last.
I will update this review as times passes to let others know of its reliability.
I've done about 50 km's on this scooter already, It is still going strong. It's not quite as fast as I initially thought as when I calibrated the speedo to GPS speed as accurately as I could. On a full charge on a smooth path I'm managing about 13 mph. But that is GPS speed so it reads lower than what an ordinary car or motorcycle speedo reads. Then when the battery depletes to about half full it slows down to about 9 - 10 mph. It's still loads more quicker than walking and saves your legs, so I'm not going to grumble.
The best part about it though so far, is just the sheer convenience of this scooter, so easy to fold and carry about with you. I never would have thought it would be loads quicker than my car due to the fact of being in a built up busy town. It takes me 15 minutes to drive to Tesco's and park up and walk from the car park etc, the scooter takes 6 minutes, ridiculous how this little relatively cheap gadget saves you time money and effort, and its fun to ride on unlike being stuck in ques and traffic lights!!
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