|Speed||15 and 31 mph|
|Power||500 watt (0.7 hp)|
|Battery Life||400 cyclesℹ|
|Charge Time||6-8 hours|
The Eagle is an electric scooter from Daymak, a manufacturer of light electric vehicles (LEV) from from Canada. The company was founded in 2001 and is dedicated to environmentally friendly clean mobility. Daymak has been named one of the Greenest companies in Ontario and it’s products have won a Cleantech North Award.
The Eagle has a 500 watt electric motor in the rear wheel.
The scooter has a 20 Ah lead acid battery for a range of 31 miles.
The scooter has emergency pedals and can be used as a bicycle.
The scooter is available in many colors.
The scooter can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.
2022 Daymak models
15 Curity Ave.
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