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HOVER-1 Eagle Electric Folding Scooter £149 at Currys PC World
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HOVER-1 Eagle Electric Folding Scooter £149 at Currys PC World

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Posted 13th Dec 2019

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Was £149 now £119!!!

Amazing deal. As staff at Curry's i've had a go and confirm its a quality bit of kit. Amazing price for cheap fast transport.
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Technical specifications for HOVER-1 Eagle Electric Folding Scooter

- Black Electric scooter ,Power, Lithium-ion rechargeable battery, FEATURES1.- Max. speed: 15 mph

- Range: 7 miles2.- LCD display

- LED headlight

- Built-in reflectors3.- Built-in suspension

- Electronic brake & throttle

- Two-fold braking system, electronic and foot-brake4.- Folding design

- 6.5" tires5.- Motor power: 20 cells, 300 W brushless

- Max. hill incline: 10 degrees GENERALColourBlackBox contents- Hover-1 Eagle Electric Folding Scooter

- Charger cable

- User manual

- Quick start guideDimensions1040 x 430 x 940 mm (H x W x D) Weight9.47 kg Manufacturer's guarantee1 year
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Does this one work properly in the wet unlike the Xiaomi one?
Wait for it..
joedredd13/12/2019 17:32

Does this one work properly in the wet unlike the Xiaomi one?


None of them do mate.

The best you can do it, go to the local poundshop and find your self some silicone sealant. I got the gorilla one.

Open the battery compartment, add silicone to the edges and screw the casing back on. Before it fully dries, get a dry towel and just wipe the seal so the dealer gets pushed in and smoothed nicely.

I got caught last night on my M365 Pro in the pi.ssing rain. It was like a storm. Luckily my scooter lived up to it.

I also added silicone to the rear hole for the rear light cable even though it had some, better to be safe.

NO scooter is waterproof.
Edited by: "TheLondonCyclist" 13th Dec 2019
TheLondonCyclist13/12/2019 17:37

None of them do mate.The best you can do it, go to the local poundshop and …None of them do mate.The best you can do it, go to the local poundshop and find your self some silicone sealant. I got the gorilla one.Open the battery compartment, add silicone to the edges and screw the casing back on. Before it fully dries, get a dry towel and just wipe the seal so the dealer gets pushed in and smoothed nicely.I got caught last night on my M365 Pro in the pi.ssing rain. It was like a storm. Luckily my scooter lived up to it.I also added silicone to the rear hole for the rear light cable even though it had some, better to be safe.NO scooter is waterproof.


That’s a shame. I too was caught in a storm getting to the train and I was thinking “I could really do with one of those scooters right now”. But not if I’d end up carrying it, that would’ve put me in an even worse mood!
Up to 7 miles range
joedredd13/12/2019 17:40

That’s a shame. I too was caught in a storm getting to the train and I was …That’s a shame. I too was caught in a storm getting to the train and I was thinking “I could really do with one of those scooters right now”. But not if I’d end up carrying it, that would’ve put me in an even worse mood!


Best alternative, get a bag from Ali Express or eBay for your scooter. If it rains "heavy", fold and jump on a bus with it.
TheLondonCyclist13/12/2019 17:41

Best alternative, get a bag from Ali Express or eBay for your scooter. If … Best alternative, get a bag from Ali Express or eBay for your scooter. If it rains "heavy", fold and jump on a bus with it.


Yeah...that might work in the city but busses aren’t so frequent around these parts.
nw104hh13/12/2019 17:40

Up to 7 miles range


Perfect. Especially if it keeps it light with less batteries. How far do these things travel up to on other models?
Curry's disclaimer is a bit vague-

"Please note: It is the responsibility of the user to comply with local and country laws. This product is not to be used on footpaths, cycle lanes, or roads. Always wear protective gear. "

For complete legal information, view the Government guidance.
joedredd13/12/2019 17:44

Perfect. Especially if it keeps it light with less batteries. How far do …Perfect. Especially if it keeps it light with less batteries. How far do these things travel up to on other models?



M365, 18.6 mile range for £299...
M365 Pro (more expenisve, around £450- £500 UK, below £400 Gearbest) 25.1 miles...
Bought this on Black Friday dealfor £200 and now it’s £50 cheaper .
nw104hh13/12/2019 18:01

M365 Pro (more expenisve, around £450- £500 UK, below £400 Gearbest) 25.1 m …M365 Pro (more expenisve, around £450- £500 UK, below £400 Gearbest) 25.1 miles...


Wow!
Are the 6½" wheels ok do you think?
The_Name_With_No_Man13/12/2019 17:46

Curry's disclaimer is a bit vague-"Please note: It is the responsibility …Curry's disclaimer is a bit vague-"Please note: It is the responsibility of the user to comply with local and country laws. This product is not to be used on footpaths, cycle lanes, or roads. Always wear protective gear. "For complete legal information, view the Government guidance.


Go away.
sashablue13/12/2019 17:37

Wait for it..



I hear you cant ride these while smoking cigars on the moon.
This is probably a stupid question but I’ll go ahead and ask it anyway... I was going to spend £130 on this electric scooter for my son from Smyths smythstoys.com/uk/…263 I’m thinking for the extra £20 this probably has far better specs, but is it suitable for children?
dijital13/12/2019 19:10

I hear you cant ride these while smoking cigars on the moon.



That's a very common misconception
dijital13/12/2019 19:12

This one is:https://www.argos.co.uk/product/8679378:)


How fast can you get on that and what's the mileage?
I'm looking forward to telling all the people I see on these after Christmas how they're breaking the law.
The_Name_With_No_Man13/12/2019 17:46

Curry's disclaimer is a bit vague-"Please note: It is the responsibility …Curry's disclaimer is a bit vague-"Please note: It is the responsibility of the user to comply with local and country laws. This product is not to be used on footpaths, cycle lanes, or roads. Always wear protective gear. "For complete legal information, view the Government guidance.


Where can it be used then?
serenag13/12/2019 19:50

Where can it be used then?


Private property with the owners permission. Apparently that doesn't include supermarket car parks, industrial estates, university campuses or the like, where the public have routine access.
The e-scooter police are out again.
Seems like decent specs and doesn't actually look like an e-scooter which might mitigate issues with police somewhat?
Hi ,Who knows how many kilograms he carries?
John_24814/12/2019 12:05

Hi ,Who knows how many kilograms he carries?



Max: 264 lbs / 18.8 stone / 120 kg
ChelseaRae13/12/2019 19:13

This is probably a stupid question but I’ll go ahead and ask it anyway... I …This is probably a stupid question but I’ll go ahead and ask it anyway... I was going to spend £130 on this electric scooter for my son from Smyths https://www.smythstoys.com/uk/en-gb/outdoor/large-and-electric-scooters/electric-scooters/g-start-electric-scooter-black-blue/p/176263 I’m thinking for the extra £20 this probably has far better specs, but is it suitable for children?


dropped to 119 now
darryl_marshall17/12/2019 16:37

dropped to 119 now


Even better deal, it’s cheaper than the Smyths one which is lower spec, I just never found out if it’s suitable for children and I’m guessing by the comments it’s not
You are welcome :-)
ChelseaRae17/12/2019 17:14

Even better deal, it’s cheaper than the Smyths one which is lower … Even better deal, it’s cheaper than the Smyths one which is lower spec, I just never found out if it’s suitable for children and I’m guessing by the comments it’s not


No it’s not
MarzBarz18/12/2019 01:02

No it’s not


Ah that’s a shame this is a steal for the price! Thanks for replying though.
Thought this was a bargain at £149. Picked mine up yesterday and they just agreed to refund the £30 difference: -

"We'll even price match 7 days after your purchase!
If you see the same item cheaper elsewhere, within 7 days of buying from us we'll refund you the difference. If you bought online: call us on 0344 561 0000 and have your receipt handy. If you bought in store: simply pop back into your local Currys PC World store."
Would add that I did a 3-mile commute in London on it this morning and thought it was great! Will pay for itself by the end of February!
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