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Jetson Cruise Folding Lithium Electric Scooter - Black - 13+ Years £75.94 (using code) @ Argos / Ebay
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Jetson Cruise Folding Lithium Electric Scooter - Black - 13+ Years £75.94 (using code) @ Argos / Ebay

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Posted 28th Sep

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Portable and lightweight electric folding scooter. Equipped with thumb throttle, e-brake, and height adjustable handlebar for a comfortably smooth ride. With a top speed of 12 mph and max range of 5 miles, this lithium-ion powered scooter provides non-stop fun. Recommended age: 13+.

Extremely lightweight.

100% electric.

Foldable and portable.

Up to 5 miles in range, up to 12mph in speed.

Note: vehicle not to be used on public highways (roads/pavements): it must be used on private property with owner's consent. Appropriate protective equipment to be worn at all times and children must be supervised by an adult.

- 2 wheels.
- Folds for storage.
- Anti-slip footplate.
- Easy grip handles.
- Adjustable handlebar height.
- Rear footbrake.
- Size H97, W42cm.
- Weight 6.5kg.
- Maximum user weight: 100kg.
- Supplied assembled.
- Batteries required: 1 x Li-Ion (included).
- For ages 13 years and over.
- EAN: 858410007399.

WARNING(S):

- Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
- Only for domestic use.
- Protective equipment (helmet) should be worn, not to be used in traffic.
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At least this vendor has included disclaimer re: public use. LINK
The battery would be flat if in constant use for about hallf an hour then.
NOT LEGAL on the public streets of the UK ONLY on private land with consent.

Shame I could use one to travel to work with and ditch the car for commuting, I travel 2 miles on the level(ish).
Skrr skrr
Mr.Mac28/09/2019 17:04

NOT LEGAL on the public streets of the UK ONLY on private land with …NOT LEGAL on the public streets of the UK ONLY on private land with consent.Shame I could use one to travel to work with and ditch the car for commuting, I travel 2 miles on the level(ish).


Walk? Cycle? Skip?
I've stared cycling since May and my bicycle basically paid for itself by now
Mr.Mac28/09/2019 17:04

NOT LEGAL on the public streets of the UK ONLY on private land with …NOT LEGAL on the public streets of the UK ONLY on private land with consent.Shame I could use one to travel to work with and ditch the car for commuting, I travel 2 miles on the level(ish).


You drive 2 miles for work? That's very bad for your car (unless it's electric).
SFconvert28/09/2019 19:19

You drive 2 miles for work? That's very bad for your car (unless it's …You drive 2 miles for work? That's very bad for your car (unless it's electric).


I know thats why I am looking for an alternative. I have to travel down a new bypass and cycling is dicing with death at 60mph. seriously not fun as I do bike trails with the children and would love to bike it.
Mr.Mac28/09/2019 19:24

I know thats why I am looking for an alternative. I have to travel down a …I know thats why I am looking for an alternative. I have to travel down a new bypass and cycling is dicing with death at 60mph. seriously not fun as I do bike trails with the children and would love to bike it.

But there's some kind of pavement where this would be appropriate and safer for you? Just get a bike and cycle carefully on that pavement ...IF the police ever saw you, and IF they could be arsed to stop you and IF they didn't buy your reasoning regarding safety then I'd say you've been very unlucky
Mr.Mac28/09/2019 19:24

I know thats why I am looking for an alternative. I have to travel down a …I know thats why I am looking for an alternative. I have to travel down a new bypass and cycling is dicing with death at 60mph. seriously not fun as I do bike trails with the children and would love to bike it.


For 2 miles a kick scooter would be perfect.
villageidiotdan28/09/2019 19:45

But there's some kind of pavement where this would be appropriate and …But there's some kind of pavement where this would be appropriate and safer for you? Just get a bike and cycle carefully on that pavement ...IF the police ever saw you, and IF they could be arsed to stop you and IF they didn't buy your reasoning regarding safety then I'd say you've been very unlucky


I'm surprised if there is some sort of pavement that that isn't officially a cycle path of some sort. Especially if its a new bypass. The route for me into my nearest down is a designated cycle/footpath along the A12, not great especially when it dumps you at a petrol station exit and on the "wrong" side of the road, so anyone pulling out of the service station simply isn't looking for someone coming the "wrong" way! However the route alongside the A12 is fairly safe in itself, though is heading facing 3 lanes of traffic moving very fast, so not exactly pleasant, and there's no barrier either! Cycling provision in this country is generally appalling though.
jillantrobus128/09/2019 22:45

For 2 miles a kick scooter would be perfect.


I would have to pass an academy, I could be dragged in by a teacher, who thinks I am a student. How would I explain that to the boss after double English and maths?
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