expired G-Force Carbon 2nd Gen Electric Scooter $499 With Coupon Code (+ Post or Free NSW Pickup) @ PCMarket


New 2nd Generation Model Now Available with suspension, kick stand, safety kick off start feature and with simple two step assembly.
Key Features:
- Full carbon fibre rod and handle bar.
- Aircraft-grade aluminium deck
- Regenerative Braking System plus rear fender brake.
- Heavy duty tubeless maintenance free rubber front and rear wheel.
- Up to 20 km range with single charge, and top speed up to 25 km/h.
- Trip computer with LCD display.
- 1 second easy folding mechanism.
- Max Speed: 25 km/h
- Range: 20 km
- Load: 90 kg
- Weight: 7.8 kg
- Age: 10+
- Battery: 10 ah LG Lithium battery
- Motor power: 250 w
- 6 Month RTB Warranty

$499 with coupon code 'CARBON' entered at the checkout. Usually $599.

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  • -1 vote

    250W motor is a bit pointless, isn't it? Assuming the battery is 3.7V, it'll be 37Wh. Even at a very high discharge rate of 5C, that'd be a maximum of 185W.


      I doubt the battery would be 3.7V - more likely a multiple of that, probably 3x or 4x.

      • +1 vote

        Ebikes etc normally use something like 10s3p pack, 10 in series x 3 in parallel


          Yeah 10 in series ~= 36V is very likely. But since the batteries seem so compact in this model I thought they might be using less with maybe a 12V motor. No specs that I can see so who really knows without seeing one.


    Is this basically the same OEM as the Airbike?



    I have the Mi Scooter and would love something half the weight but not sure about the tyre size

    Do you have one to test ride?


    Just note that in Victoria, you're legally not allowed to ride these things in public, so if you're in an accident, insurance won't cover you.

    • +2 votes

      Have you checked recently? Tassie was the same but changed the law very recently to allow the use of electric scooter, skate boards etc. with out telling anyone, I came across the update searching for something else.

      • +2 votes

        Yup. Looks like we're still using the 2009 road safety rules.

        There's nothing stopping Victorians from using them, I guess, but if there's a legal dispute, your scooters won't have a leg to stand on.

        Ba dum tiiiisshhh….