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Ninebot DE28E Electric Scooter 28KM Range & Max 15mph - £339.15 with code, sold by nxs_outlet @ eBay

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Please read the latest UK Government guidance related to the use of e-Scooters
With a powerful motor and a top speed of 15.5mph, you’ll be able to navigate tough terrain with ease.

Two independent brakes with one controlled method (lever) with front & rear LED lights

Smart Battery Management System (BMS)

The double tube frame forms a triangular shape which creates strong and stable structure

Powerful motor. Generate sustainable propulsion for more challenging terrains with a range 28km/17.3miles

Ride around the garden or out in the fields with the D18E kickscooter from Ninebot. With a powerful 300 W output, you’ll climb angles as high as 15%, making exploring simple.
Plus, with speeds reaching up to 15.5 miles per hour, you can zip about on your camping holiday, play in the fields, or even in the back garden – the choice is yours.
Ideal for ages 14 and above, this electric scooter has a range of 17.4 miles, which is plenty to explore the great English countryside.
Two independent brakes, one electronic and one rear drum brake make it simple to stay in control. And, there are three riding modes to choose from, Eco, Standard, and Sport. You can even select walk mode for those less hair-raising adventures.

Safety First

The D28E is equipped with adequate lighting to keep riders safe. Front, rear, and brake LED lights ensure you’re seen wherever you go. A 2.1 W front light will clearly light up your path at any time of day.
What’s more, E-MARK reflectors also feature on this model. Placed on the front, side, and rear of the kickscooter, you’ll be easy to spot even in low lighting conditions.
Thanks to the Smart Battery Management System (BMS), battery power and performance are closely monitored so nothing is wasted. Taking just five hours to fully charge, your e-scooter will be ready to go when you need it.
Take control of your ride easily with the full-colour LED dashboard display. Connect to Bluetooth, change speed settings, and activate headlights at the touch of a button. You’ll also see error messages, battery levels and a temperature warning at a glance.
Ninebot’s D38E looks great too. Its double tube frame has a triangular shape, making it strong and stable.
The 10” air tyres are comfortable and smooth, as well as steady and durable. Coming with a built in kickstand, and a 2-step folding mechanism, it’s easy to store your scooter whenever you need to.

Product Dimensions

Height: 116.0cm

Width: 114.0cm

Depth: 114.0cm

“Warning: It is illegal to ride electric scooters on public roads, pavements, or cycle paths. They are intended only for use on private land with the owner’s permission. See Guidance for local areas and rental operators of e-scooters.
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    Some of the councils in London have lime scooters 🛴. R they illegal as well ??
    No, using escooters through rental hire scheme such as Lime scooter and other are not illegal (edited)
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    Wow, what a great find This is what this HUKD is about.

    Its showing €399 +€20.13 Delivery to UK for me, couldnt you get it at £363ish, no?
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    The Xiaomi mi 3 is £359 from Scan . But apparently scan are banned on HotUKDeals. Great price.
    they have the Pro2 for £399 today, thats a steal tbh
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    Can you somehow make them look lime etc with stickers so nobody cares
    i searched for these online, couldnt find any. Really odd as seems like a really good business idea
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    Looks good hope the government pull their finger out and legalise them soon!
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    One again, Before anyone comments this, we are all well aware that its illegal to ride electric scooters on public roads
    Nobody cares, there's plenty of crime out there to deal with
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    Should be legal very soon, end of parliament year(April) at latest
    I see Canterbury is finished with the legal insured ones after the 2 year trial.....

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    Pointless buying any of these, when they do become legal to ride, no current ones will be legal, no chance of anyone insuring you lol
    Stick a balaclava on. Rage against the machine.
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    I was googling to see if there was any Gov updates, nada, nothing doing to about 2025 now !

    Anyway came across this, seems to be the latest, oh and check out las paragraph, some fool trying to sue ther Council for going through a pothole, crazy times lol