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# 261604 5-Dec-2019 21:02
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https://oobe.co.nz/kaiser-baas-revo-e3-e-scooter.html

 

 

 

The REVO E3 350W is a commuters dream, with a foldable frame, you can get from A to B with ease at speeds up to 30km/h. Cruise control, a large LED screen and 3-speed modes take the effort out of the ride so you can have a smooth commute. The removable battery means you can leave your E-Scooter in storage and take the battery out to charge inside.

 

Convenience: With a sleek, aluminium foldable frame and removable battery, the E3 is built to last. It’s a safe, economical and easy way to get from home to the office.
Cruise Control: Take the effort out of your daily commute by switching on Cruise Control. Select a comfortable travel speed, cruise along and it turns off the instant you brake. Your E3 will automatically switch into cruise control mode if you maintain a consistent speed for more than 6 seconds.
3 Speed Modes: Adjust your speed as you ride with the press of a button. Choose between Low (at 10km/h), Medium (20km/h) or the max speed Fast (at 30km/h)*
LED Display: The large LED Screen gives you clear visibility over your battery level, speed limit and front headlight status.
Safety Lights: White LED lights in the front allow you to illuminate the path ahead. When you initiate the break, the rear fender LED light will pulse red to indicate you are stopping.
Load Support: The reinforced aluminium alloy frame can support up to a 100kg.
Removable Battery: The high-quality Panasonic battery is removable, which gives you the freedom to securely park your scooter, then simply remove the battery and bring it inside to recharge via a standard wall socket.

 

 

 

$900

 

Brand new in its box still. 

 

Pick up Grey Lynn

 

 


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  # 2370988 9-Dec-2019 11:06
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Hey just wondered how these compare to the Ninebot Es2 if you know? 




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  # 2370989 9-Dec-2019 11:07
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alanimal:

 

Hey just wondered how these compare to the Ninebot Es2 if you know? 

 

 

Sorry, I wouldn't have a clue unfortunately. It's not the kind of device I have much interest in overall so never really looked into it. :)

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 2370995 9-Dec-2019 11:13
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Ok, looking for a scooter for my partner, was looking at the ES2 but not sure about this model 




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  # 2370998 9-Dec-2019 11:15
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I am just waiting on confirmation but I may have a really good helmet I can include at a really good price as well.

 

 


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  # 2371177 9-Dec-2019 13:55
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alanimal:

 

Hey just wondered how these compare to the Ninebot Es2 if you know? 

 

 

 

 

I have the same scooter manufactured under the HX brand - although I have solid tyres as opposed to pneumatic.

 

Pros against the Ninebot

 

Faster top speed - 27-28 kph on a full charge and flat surface vs ES2's 25 kph. 

 

More uphill power, the 350W motor really shines against 300W of the ES2. I see a fellow commuter on an ES2 all the time and on the same hill we take he has to kick his ES2 to keep up momentum around 12 kph whereas I'm cruising along at about 18-20 kph 

 

Removable battery - gives flexibility for charging.

 

Possibly more reliable - lots of poor reviews online for ES2, whereas I've had no issues with my HX. YMMV

 

 

 

Cons against the Ninebot

 

range is slightly shorter due to energy recovery feature on ES2

 

No bluetooth app

 

No suspension + Pneumatic tyres vulnerable to puncture vs ES2's solid tyres and suspension

 

ES2 is battery upgradeable (but I suppose you could purchase a 2nd battery and hotswap)

 

 


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  # 2371178 9-Dec-2019 13:58
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ShiroHagen:

 

alanimal:

 

Hey just wondered how these compare to the Ninebot Es2 if you know? 

 

 

 

 

I have the same scooter manufactured under the HX brand - although I have solid tyres as opposed to pneumatic.

 

Pros against the Ninebot

 

Faster top speed - 27-28 kph on a full charge and flat surface vs ES2's 25 kph. 

 

More uphill power, the 350W motor really shines against 300W of the ES2. I see a fellow commuter on an ES2 all the time and on the same hill we take he has to kick his ES2 to keep up momentum around 12 kph whereas I'm cruising along at about 18-20 kph 

 

Removable battery - gives flexibility for charging.

 

Possibly more reliable - lots of poor reviews online for ES2, whereas I've had no issues with my HX. YMMV

 

 

 

Cons against the Ninebot

 

range is slightly shorter due to energy recovery feature on ES2

 

No bluetooth app

 

No suspension + Pneumatic tyres vulnerable to puncture vs ES2's solid tyres and suspension

 

ES2 is battery upgradeable (but I suppose you could purchase a 2nd battery and hotswap)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Awesome thanks heaps mate appreciate the info.


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