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Posted 17 September 2022

Soflow SO1 Pro Electric Scooter - £199.99 @ LIDL Northern Ireland

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The new SO1 Pro convinces the driver with its compact design, its low weight of only 12 kg and its range. This allows the SO1 Pro to be perfectly combined as a means of transport with car, bus or train.The scooter offers a 300 watt motor with a range of up to 15 kilometers. The SO1 Pro copes effortlessly with gradients of almost 9 percent. For a safe ride, the scooter is equipped with an electric front brake (energy recovery), a disc brake on the rear wheel and front and rear lights. The 8.5 inch pneumatic tyres at the front and rear contribute to the riding comfort and offer the rider a good ride even on bumps. The integrated LCD display on the handlebar provides the rider with all necessary information, such as battery capacity, speed, Bluetooth status and light. In addition, the SO1 Pro can also be connected to the SoFlow app. This gives the user more details about routes ridden and allows the app to lock the scooter against unauthorized use.With the SoFlow app, you can collect Flowmiles and redeem them for interesting rewards. Tutorials, videos and important documents are also available.
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    Great but is it legal on the roads or cycle lanes? Do I need insurance? I know some cities have trials but the hire scooters have insurance but my current city only has bike hire and tells me it’s only for my private property etc. Love to use one to go to bank and back.
    Just motion your leg as if it were a push along scooter.
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    Just be aware that you won't get anywhere near the claimed range. Probably closet to half of it in real world use.
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    These are becoming really really popular. Either they change the laws on these or suddenly start clamping down hard. People are even using these to aid their commute and I'm all for it. More reasons for fewer people to use cars is always better.
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    9 miles of range seems a bit poor to me
    Wonder if you can use the USB ports on a bus to charge it when you get stuck
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    Not convinced.
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    Decent that, normally around £300
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    Love the packaging of the e-scooter!💓
    It resembles a graffiti vandalized sea container))))
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    County of Kent cut trial shirt as too bloody dangerous.
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    That's a very small battery, 4Ah. Probably ok for 2 miles each way.

    People say the Mi Essential with 5.1Ah is on the small side with a range of 6-8miles