The L1 premium electric scooter is available with a choice of two different batteries — 24 volt – 5.2 Ah and 7.5 Ah. Each battery takes roughly three to four hours to fully charge, and then is good for 20 kms (7.5 miles) riding distance before plugging in the battery to recharge into a 24 volt – 1.5A electrical outlet.
Key Features of the Tom Hu Electric Scooter
- Two battery variants available – 5.2 Ah and 7.5 Ah
- 3 – 4 hours to fully charge
- Lightweight at 8 kgs (17 lbs)
- Powered by 250-watt motor
- 15 kms/h (9 miles) to 30 kms/h (18 miles) max speed
- 120 kgs (264 lbs) weight capacity
- 5-inch tubeless tires
- Front and back LED light
- Electronic braking system and LED display
The L1 electrical scooter is fairly lightweight at just 8 kgs (17 lbs), and is powered by a robust 250-watt motor. With this powerful motor onboard, the L1 electric scooter can achieve a 20-degree climbing angle, and a 15 kms/h (9 miles) to 30 kms/h (18 miles) max speed.
Adding to this, the electric scooter can haul around up to 120 kgs (264 lbs) weight, making it a great fit for slim and heavy riders. It comes fitted with two 6.5-inch tubeless tires, which provide superior grip on the road even in moderately wet weather conditions.
The steering of the scooter can be rotated to 360 degrees, so you can perform a wide range of electric scooter tricks with ease. It features both a front and back LED light, making you clearly visible on the road, and a USB charging point to charge your electronics on the go such as your mobile phone.
The L1 electric scooter is equipped with an electronic braking system and a heel assisted foot brake, which collectively provide great stopping power. The handlebar of the electric scooter is fitted with a LED display, which indicates several metrics of the vehicle including speed, range, power, and time.
The L1 electric scooter is equipped with mudguards at the front and rear, which prevent water splashes in wet weather conditions. It arrives in a plush white finish, and fitted with a kickstand to support the Tom Hu electric scooter when parked.