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Batt:RE e-scooter

Batt:RE electric e-scooter 25 km/h
Batt:RE electric e-scooter 25 km/h 85
Batt:RE electric e-scooter 25 km/h 85
Batt:RE electric e-scooter 25 km/h 85
Batt:RE electric e-scooter 25 km/h 85
Batt:RE electric e-scooter 25 km/h 85
Batt:RE electric e-scooter 25 km/h Indian Flag 85
Batt:RE electric e-scooter 25 km/h 85
Batt:RE electric e-scooter 25 km/h 85
BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Range56 miles
Charge Time4 hours
Power250 watt (0.3 hp)
Price$838ยข
made in India  

Specifications

BrandBatt:RE
Modele-scooter
Speed15 mph
Power250 watt (0.3 hp)
Weight143 lbs
BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Battery Life2,000 cyclesโ„น
Range56 miles
Charge Time4 hours
 
 

2020 Batt:RE models

e-scooterBatt:RE electric e-scooter 25 km/h 100
$838
LiFePo4 (LFP)
56 miles
 

Sales Department

Batt:RE Electric Mobility Pvt Ltd.
G1-185, Road No. 10, Sirsi Rd, Vinayak City
RIICO Industrial Area
Bindayaka, Jaipur
Rajasthan 302012
India

Phone: +919920832359
Email: sales@battre.in
Facebook Messenger: m.me/battremobility

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