Next Drive® ZA-012 Foldable, Electric Scooter Aluminium Alloy - Shockproof  - White, Black or Blue £210.37 @ LITB
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Next Drive® ZA-012 Foldable, Electric Scooter Aluminium Alloy - Shockproof - White, Black or Blue £210.37 @ LITB

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Found 8th Sep 2017
This looks like an awesome price! Duty /Tax are included

The Next Drive ZA-012 is a vehicle completely made out of solid aluminum alloy, the deck plate size is also pretty wide at 550mm by 120mm so you should never have any problems positioning your feet on it. Meanwhile the two wheels have a diameter of 110mm.



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The Next Drive ZA-012 is a vehicle completely made out of solid aluminum alloy, the deck plate size is also pretty wide at 550mm by 120mm so you should never have any problems positioning your feet on it. Meanwhile the two wheels have a diameter of 110mm.

The ZA-012 is quite easy to ride and it’s shockproof as well, so your beginner mistakes will be forgiven. The break system on it is a side-pull caliper brake and the maximum supported weight is of 120 kilograms.



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Model Next Drive® ZA-012
Material Aluminum Alloy, Aluminium
Item Type Electric Scooter
Certification CE
Size 100*40.5*23.5
Deck Size 550*120mm
Handlebar Width (cm) 4
Dia./Width of wheel 110 mm
Hardness Normal
Function Shockproof
Wheel Material Aluminium Alloy
Deck Material Aluminium Alloy
Fork Material Aluminium Alloy
Brake system Side-pull Caliper Brake
Max Supporting Weight(Kg) 120
Rider Height (CM) 180
Net Weight(kg) 9.5
If Folding or Not Yes
Operation Voltage(V) 29.4
Speed (km/h) 23



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    Doesn't look 'self balancing' to me?
    Yes , can't see how they would be able to make this self balancing, it would need some type of gyroscope ability. Looking at video it just looks like a normal motorized scooter. Good price an looks well made and very compact design.
    Edited by: "morrig" 8th Sep 2017
    Are these legal on public paths/cycleways in the U.K.?
    You can get better one from eBay for £199 with free delivery (3 days) and it has spring (shock absorber) on front wheel
    Another LITB... Yeah sure, wait a few months and you may receive it. I wouldn't bother
    profdarkart1 h, 37 m ago

    Are these legal on public paths/cycleways in the U.K.?


    No
    Has anyone owned this?
    How many km in a charge? Thanks
    It's always suspicious when they don't quote the Km range for one charge in their tech data
    SteelRat1 h, 57 m ago

    No


    Iirc neither are regular push scooters but no one bats an eyelid at those. Maybe just use the electric side sparingly?
    CampGareth1 h, 29 m ago

    Iirc neither are regular push scooters but no one bats an eyelid at those. …Iirc neither are regular push scooters but no one bats an eyelid at those. Maybe just use the electric side sparingly?

    I believe the kick scooters are legal in paths and cycleways, but because this is motorised and has no pedals it falls under the moped category. In other words you could be prosecuted for using one.
    k.czaja200218 h, 32 m ago

    You can get better one from eBay for £199 with free delivery (3 days) and …You can get better one from eBay for £199 with free delivery (3 days) and it has spring (shock absorber) on front wheel


    Any details?
    I placed an order for a Xiami scooter from LITB on 15th Aug, still waiting for it...
    profdarkart8th Sep

    Are these legal on public paths/cycleways in the U.K.?

    Thanks for the replies. In summary, no. They can go on roads if they have a valid certificate of conformity (unlikely) and you have it registered with the dvla, and you have moped insurance and a valid cbt. Guess that's another few hundred pounds on top of purchase price, so you may as well get a cheap moped instead after all that hassle.
    Of course this is all moot if you ride on private property...
    profdarkart23 h, 9 m ago

    Thanks for the replies. In summary, no. They can go on roads if they have …Thanks for the replies. In summary, no. They can go on roads if they have a valid certificate of conformity (unlikely) and you have it registered with the dvla, and you have moped insurance and a valid cbt. Guess that's another few hundred pounds on top of purchase price, so you may as well get a cheap moped instead after all that hassle.


    Or an electric bike. I think they're exempt.
    Would've been perfect, if the law wasn't mentioned earlier - damn, I wanted one to get to/from work!
    Anyone else ordered one of these? Been waiting over a month; it said 9-12 days (I guess 'working days' ), but still nothing & no reply from the messages I sent either
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