Introduced Ninebot Electric Scooter Air T15 futuristic scooterMay 14, 2020
The new Ninebot Electric Scooter Air T15 electric scooter received puncture-resistant tires that were designed specifically for it
Xiaomi’s Ninebot ecological network has unveiled its latest Ninebot Electric Scooter Air T15 electric scooter, available for pre-order at a price of $ 422.
Ninebot Electric Scooter Air T15 received a futuristic design, on the steering wheel there is an LCD display that displays speed, battery level and other data. The bike connects to the smartphone through the Ninebot app, which allows users to control all data about the device.
The new Ninebot Electric Scooter Air T15 electric scooter received puncture resistant tires that were designed specifically for it. The front and rear tires have different sizes (7.5 and 5 inches, respectively). When folded, the scooter is convenient to roll on one wheel. Dimensions of the device are 1015 x 936 x 398 mm, but when folded they are reduced to 223 x 1024 x 202 mm.
To turn on the scooter, you need to click on the rear mudguard. Braking is also carried out by stepping on the mudguard. The maximum carrying capacity of an electric scooter is 100 kg; it can climb a hill with an angle of up to 15 degrees and move at a speed of 20 km / h. Cruising range is only 12 km. The battery capacity is 4000 mAh; there is protection against overheating, overcharging and short circuiting. The battery can be fully charged in just 3.5 hours. The weight of the scooter is about 10.5 kg.
The Ninebot Electric Scooter Air T15 comes with a stand on which to store and charge it. Also, the scooter corresponds to the degree of protection IPX4, that is, it can be used in the rain.
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