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

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CARBON

Description
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.
Specs:
- 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.

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      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

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          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.

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    Is this basically the same OEM as the Airbike?

    http://www.airbike.com/

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    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?

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    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….