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Jetson 12" Bolt Folding Electric Ride-On - £304.99 Costco delivered
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Jetson 12" Bolt Folding Electric Ride-On - £304.99 Costco delivered

£304.99£369.9918%Costco Deals
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Posted 19th Nov 2019

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Even easier than an e-scooter as you can sit down, saw in-store for £299.99

* Please Note: This electric ride-on is for use on private land only with land owner's permission abiding with UK law.

Features:
  • LED headlights
  • Built in carrying handle
  • LCD display
  • Twist throttle
  • Cruise control
  • Comfort seat
  • Maximum Speed: Up to 16mph
  • Maximum Range: Up to 15 miles
  • Climbing Angle: 15 degrees
  • Motor: 250 watt hub motor
  • Motor type: Hub
  • Battery: 36V, 6.0Ah rechargable lithium-ion
  • Removable Battery: No
  • Throttle Type: Twist throttle
  • Wheels: 12" (30.5cm)
  • Lights: LED headlights
  • Charger: UL listed, 110-240V
  • Charging Time: Up to 5 hours
  • Kickstand: Yes
  • USB Hub/Charger: No
  • Water Reistant: Yes
  • Folded Dimensions: H 71.1 x W 101.6 x D 11.4 cm
  • Open Dimensions: H 94 x W 101.6 x D 50.8 cm
  • Recommended Age: 13+ years
  • Maximum User Weight: 113.4 kg
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No pedals so it's not assisted

So like the scooters is there anywhere you can legally ride this?
Seat very handy
J113519/11/2019 09:12

No pedals so it's not assistedSo like the scooters is there anywhere you …No pedals so it's not assistedSo like the scooters is there anywhere you can legally ride this?


Let's say I've seen people on e-scooters around town on the roads and pavements so no.....as long as you don't get busted

It's got LED lights though so people can see you not legally on the road!

Features:

  • LED headlights
  • Built in carrying handle
  • LCD display
  • Twist throttle
  • Cruise control
  • Comfort seat
  • Maximum Speed: Up to 16mph
  • Maximum Range: Up to 15 miles
  • Climbing Angle: 15 degrees
  • Motor: 250 watt hub motor
  • Motor type: Hub
  • Battery: 36V, 6.0Ah rechargable lithium-ion
  • Removable Battery: No
  • Throttle Type: Twist throttle
  • Wheels: 12" (30.5cm)
  • Lights: LED headlights
  • Charger: UL listed, 110-240V
  • Charging Time: Up to 5 hours
  • Kickstand: Yes
  • USB Hub/Charger: No
  • Water Reistant: Yes
  • Folded Dimensions: H 71.1 x W 101.6 x D 11.4 cm
  • Open Dimensions: H 94 x W 101.6 x D 50.8 cm
  • Recommended Age: 13+ years
  • Maximum User Weight: 113.4 kg
Please Note: This electric ride-on is for use on private land only with land owner's permission abiding with UK law.
So your answer is no then hahahah

OK so an electric scooter for you to zoom around your patio on
I’ve saw many in town on the scooters no problem
J113519/11/2019 09:22

So your answer is no then hahahahOK so an electric scooter for you to zoom …So your answer is no then hahahahOK so an electric scooter for you to zoom around your patio on


I realise the legal point but I don't know why people are so hard down on road/pavement use but mobile phone use in cars isn't cracked down on at all.

Both are illegal but using phones whilst driving kills and injures thousands. All because someone complained when hoverboards first came out
Edited by: "gg1pl" 19th Nov 2019
113.4 kg maximum weight damm I'm 133.5

I have a electric unicycle and I ride it into work daily no issues I did have a pcso look at me funny once. I think he wanted to ask questions to take me in i don't know, but I was too quick for him. I wear a helmet and ride responsibly I do cut through parks making my ride quicker. I have not been stopped once by police. I have rode by and pass police but they have not stopped me once. I have had odd heckling by builder, working roadmen and the rubbish collecters and I started to understand what women must feel like when they get wolf whistle by them.
Edited by: "ssjinzo" 19th Nov 2019
ssjinzo19/11/2019 09:43

113.4 kg maximum weight damm I'm 133.5 I have a electric unicycle and I …113.4 kg maximum weight damm I'm 133.5 I have a electric unicycle and I ride it into work daily no issues I did have a pcso look at me funny once. I think he wanted to ask questions to take me in i don't know, but I was too quick for him. I wear a helmet and ride responsibly I do cut through parks making my ride quicker. I have not been stopped once by police. I have rode by and pass police but they have not stopped me once. I have had odd heckling by builder, working roadmen and the rubbish collecters and I started to understand what women must feel like when they get wolf whistle by them.



Getting away with breaking the law is not the same as being within your rights.
The_Name_With_No_Man19/11/2019 09:58

Getting away with breaking the law is not the same as being within your …Getting away with breaking the law is not the same as being within your rights.


I didn't say I wasn't breaking the law and to confirm I'm breaking the law. I just said I wasn't stopped by the police they have seen me do it like I said i have rode pass them on several occasions and they haven't stopped me once.
Edited by: "ssjinzo" 19th Nov 2019
Damn, good price. Just wish it was pedal assisted and I'd be all over it.
Right now, some joker is working out how he can fit some dummy pedals.
Just looking at the pics, not so much folding, just has a removable handlebar stem lol
ssjinzo19/11/2019 10:15

I didn't say I wasn't breaking the law and to confirm I'm breaking the …I didn't say I wasn't breaking the law and to confirm I'm breaking the law. I just said I wasn't stopped by the police they have seen me do it like I said i have rode pass them on several occasions and they haven't stopped me once.


So here is a reference specific to unicycles- A takeaway boss has been fined £180 and received six points on his licence - for riding an electric unicycle without insurance.

You will get away with it until you don't.
gg1pl19/11/2019 09:41

I realise the legal point but I don't know why people are so hard down on …I realise the legal point but I don't know why people are so hard down on road/pavement use but mobile phone use in cars isn't cracked down on at all.


If anyone was promoting the illegal use of mobile phones, whilst driving, on here, they would be severely reprimanded on here, and rightly so, but promoting the illegal use of e-scooters on roads and pavements is expected to be acceptable, They are both illegal acts, and could result in a criminal prosecution being taken out against anyone breaking the law.
giltbrook19/11/2019 10:53

If anyone was promoting the illegal use of mobile phones, whilst driving, …If anyone was promoting the illegal use of mobile phones, whilst driving, on here, they would be severely reprimanded on here, and rightly so, but promoting the illegal use of e-scooters on roads and pavements is expected to be acceptable, They are both illegal acts, and could result in a criminal prosecution being taken out against anyone breaking the law.


Agreed that all illegal acts should be policed but I wonder if all those that say it's illegal to use in public are the same who drive dangerously or illegally whilst using phones in cars
Edited by: "gg1pl" 19th Nov 2019
gg1pl19/11/2019 12:04

Agreed that all illegal acts should be policed but I wonder if all those …Agreed that all illegal acts should be policed but I wonder if all those that say it's illegal to use in public are the same who drive dangerously or illegally whilst using phones


In what way would that unfounded speculation invalidate the law or comments regarding escooters? Even if true?
The_Name_With_No_Man19/11/2019 12:08

In what way would that unfounded speculation invalidate the law or …In what way would that unfounded speculation invalidate the law or comments regarding escooters? Even if true?


It doesn't, it's just hypocritical if anyone says don't do this but does something far more dangerous.
gg1pl19/11/2019 12:17

It doesn't, it's just hypocritical if anyone says don't do this but does …It doesn't, it's just hypocritical if anyone says don't do this but does something far more dangerous.


So you are accusing those who warn of the illegality of these of hypocrisy, without any evidence, just because it makes you feel better about your own behaviour? Or why? The legal position is what it is. No one in here is excusing "driving dangerously or illegally whilst using phones in cars", but many in here are excusing riding escooters in contravention of several criminal laws, and even advocating it, saying that people needn't worry about being caught or fined. The possibility of hypocrisy by some individuals has no bearing on the issue.
The_Name_With_No_Man19/11/2019 12:29

So you are accusing those who warn of the illegality of these of …So you are accusing those who warn of the illegality of these of hypocrisy, without any evidence, just because it makes you feel better about your own behaviour? Or why? The legal position is what it is. No one in here is excusing "driving dangerously or illegally whilst using phones in cars", but many in here are excusing riding escooters in contravention of several criminal laws, and even advocating it, saying that people needn't worry about being caught or fined. The possibility of hypocrisy by some individuals has no bearing on the issue.


Sorry this debate has gotten a bit heated but I don't have an electric scooter/bike or plan to get one or use mobile whilst driving so it's not to feel better about my own behavior
So, you could buy an electric bicycle with the same sized motor and use it completely legally on the road, or you could buy this and risk one day getting stopped by a cop when he's got nothing better to do, get fined for no tax, no insurance and no MOT, get points on your licence and get the scooter seized...


Cold!
melted19/11/2019 14:09

So, you could buy an electric bicycle with the same sized motor and use it …So, you could buy an electric bicycle with the same sized motor and use it completely legally on the road, or you could buy this and risk one day getting stopped by a cop when he's got nothing better to do, get fined for no tax, no insurance and no MOT, get points on your licence and get the scooter seized...Cold!


Wouldn't an equivalent hybrid e bike be £600-£750+ and there's nothing stopping you using it on private land like you should like a Segway
gg1pl19/11/2019 16:21

Wouldn't an equivalent hybrid e bike be £600-£750+ and there's nothing s …Wouldn't an equivalent hybrid e bike be £600-£750+ and there's nothing stopping you using it on private land like you should like a Segway


£400 from Argos and you could probably find something cheaper, or buy a second hand one and get a new battery - prior to the changes in the law (2015?) they could be fitted with a throttle, and would still be legal on the road now.

Yeah, you can use what you like on private land, if you've actually got the space.

If you wanted, I believe you can legally use an ordinary bike, skates or scooter on the road pushed along by powerful electric ducted fans, provided they're strapped to your body and not attached to the vehicle, as it wouldn't count as a motorised vehicle.
Edited by: "melted" 19th Nov 2019
melted19/11/2019 16:59

£400 from Argos and you could probably find something cheaper, or buy a …£400 from Argos and you could probably find something cheaper, or buy a second hand one and get a new battery - prior to the changes in the law (2015?) they could be fitted with a throttle, and would still be legal on the road now.Yeah, you can use what you like on private land, if you've actually got the space. If you wanted, I believe you can legally use an ordinary bike, skates or scooter on the road pushed along by powerful electric ducted fans, provided they're strapped to your body and not attached to the vehicle, as it wouldn't count as a motorised vehicle.


That looks quite good and tempting if I didn't already have 2 foldables from Argos myself
gg1pl19/11/2019 18:36

That looks quite good and tempting if I didn't already have 2 foldables …That looks quite good and tempting if I didn't already have 2 foldables from Argos myself



gg1pl19/11/2019 18:36

That looks quite good and tempting if I didn't already have 2 foldables …That looks quite good and tempting if I didn't already have 2 foldables from Argos myself


It wouldn't appeal to me because of the small wheels and low gearing, I like to cycle faster than 15.5mph, and I wouldn't like having to pedal too rapidly when taking over from the motor.

This one looks a better deal, although too small for me, 36v and 700c wheels, even though it is a refurb:- ebikes.co.uk/ebi…BwE

I think a conversion kit would be the best bet though, even if you have to buy a secondhand cycle.
Edited by: "melted" 19th Nov 2019
J113519/11/2019 09:12

No pedals so it's not assistedSo like the scooters is there anywhere you …No pedals so it's not assistedSo like the scooters is there anywhere you can legally ride this?


Our local police use ebikes so f em
J113519/11/2019 09:12

No pedals so it's not assisted


Looking at it, it doesn't look very big. You would be able to get your feet on the ground and "assist" it along with those no? Fred Flintstone style if you will.

Or does that not count?
melted19/11/2019 16:59

£400 from Argos and you could probably find something cheaper, or buy a …£400 from Argos and you could probably find something cheaper, or buy a second hand one and get a new battery - prior to the changes in the law (2015?) they could be fitted with a throttle, and would still be legal on the road now.Yeah, you can use what you like on private land, if you've actually got the space. If you wanted, I believe you can legally use an ordinary bike, skates or scooter on the road pushed along by powerful electric ducted fans, provided they're strapped to your body and not attached to the vehicle, as it wouldn't count as a motorised vehicle.



Would you not then fall under aviation regs, like a hovercraft?!
reconminicon20/11/2019 16:02

Our local police use ebikes so f em



the diference being they will have pedals, so are assisted.
This cost one has no pedals therefore it's a powered vehicle.
J113520/11/2019 18:43

the diference being they will have pedals, so are assisted.This cost one …the diference being they will have pedals, so are assisted.This cost one has no pedals therefore it's a powered vehicle.


So I can use a pedal and go motor bike on the path?
SFconvert20/11/2019 18:15

Would you not then fall under aviation regs, like a hovercraft?!


A hovercraft leaves the ground...

They built one for the gadget show, I think it was about 4 - 6 fans attached to a backpack frame, and even said it was road legal, or more accurately, that it doesn't fall into what the law defines as a motor vehicle, not that I'd trust anything said on that show.

Unfortunately there doesn't appear to be any clips on youtube, although I did find this, which would not be legal as it is attached to the bike.

Edited by: "melted" 20th Nov 2019
I thought this bike company had folded?
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