It’s about time to replace your old scooter with a flashy and stylish Emax electric scooter. Not only are the Emax electric scooters chic but efficient and convenient as well. The batteries of Emax electric scooters are made from silicon rather than lead, nickel, and lithium.
The standard Emax scooter is outfitted with a 1500 watt sealed brushless motor that covers distances of up to 40 miles, depending on the rider’s cargo weight and terrain. Emax scooters can achieve top speeds of 30 miles per hour. The sports edition of the Emax on the other hand comes fitted with a 2000 watt sealed brushless motor, with a custom controller and new hillock seat. Although it is more expensive than the standard Emax scooters, the sports edition is ideal for cool riders who want to have a more powered vehicle.
Emax Ltd. developed five models of Emax electric scooters. These are the 90S, 110S, 100L, 140L, and 190L. All of these models have a power button on their handlebars that provide additional power the moment you push the button which lasts for up to 2 minutes. You can use this button as often as you require. The Emax scooters are geared with 13-inch aluminum wheels and custom disc breaks, except for the Emax 190L that uses hydraulic discs for its front and rear brakes. The main variation of these models basically rests on the battery used; thus they differ in terms of speed and distance range covered.
Emax 90S can achieve a maximum speed of 60-65 kilometers per hour. It can travel 60-70 kilometers, depending on the terrain and weight of the rider and cargo. It uses 4x12V, 42AH silicon battery that releases a maximum power output of 2.1 kW that could expand to 3.75kw when the power button is used. Charging time is approximately four hours but could be reduced to half if a dual charging system is used.
On the other hand, Emax 110S uses 4x12V, 60AH silicon battery with a maximum power output of 2.5 kW. This could reach 4.5 kW when the power button is used. Although maximum speed is still 60-65 kilometers per hour, Emax 110S could go as far as 90-100 kilometers. Charging time is only three hours and could be reduced to 1.5 hours through the dual charging system.
If Emax 90S and 110S use silicon batteries, Emax 100L, 140L and 190L are charged with lithium batteries. Emax 100L uses 14×3.8 volts, 50 AH lithium battery that weighs 25 kilos. It can cover a maximum speed of 65-75 kilometers per hour and could cover a distance of 120 kilometers in a single charge.
The charging time is only 2.5 hours. Emax 140L has a maximum power output of 2.55 kW and could reach 5.1 kW using the power button. It comes powered by a 14×3.8volts, 50AH lithium battery. Charging time could reach approximately 4.5 hours.
Lastly, the Emax 190L uses a 96 voltage lithium-ion battery. It can travel distances of up to 100 kilometers at a speed of 90-100 kilometers per hour. Its motor has a nominal power of 7000watts 13″ high speed. The 130 kilos Emax is suitable for heavy-duty operation.
Emax scooters retail for $1,995 to $2,900. You can purchase them from your favorite bicycle stores. Emax Ltd. is the German-owned company behind the release of these electric scooters that is admired by many because of their excellent build quality. So get this elegant electric scooter now and experience a more exciting life.
Unfortunately, the U. S. sales division of E-max has now closed down. These scooters are now only available in Germany at Emax Ltd.
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