Zinc Volt GT Electric Scooter now £69.99 @ Argos
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Zinc Volt GT Electric Scooter now £69.99 @ Argos

Mod & Ed 14
Mod & Ed
Found 24th Feb 2016
Great reviews, started off in life @ £139.99, then came down, went back up, then down to £79.99 & now £69.99. Excellent reviews & plenty of stock around.
Zoom around on this electric scooter which can reach speeds of up to 8mph. With a fast recharge time, no messy brake wires and a simple design packed with great speed.
Single speed push & go start up - scooter needs to be moving at 3mph before the motor will start.
Initial charge of 12 hours with a fast recharge time of 10 hours.
Simple sleek design with no messy wires.
3months manufacturer's warranty - for spares and customer services please call 01582670100.
Anti-slip footplate.
Easy grip handles.
Rear footbrake.
Size H90, W34cm.
Weight 9kg.
Maximum user weight: 70kg.
Minimal assembly.
Rechargeable (included).
For ages 6 years and over

14 Comments

Aquired this from Argos before christmas was £59.99. Its been used a few times and performs pretty well.

3 Months warranty sounds like they don't have much faith in the unit lasting long

Do not like the term 3 months manufacturer warranty.

Remember if you buy this, your contract is with Argos not the manufacturer. Six months is the time for any fault to be a presumed fault from manufacture, not the three months stated on the listing.

Was just about to buy 2 then read the warranty period

Argoj

Do not like the term 3 months manufacturer warranty. Remember if you buy … Do not like the term 3 months manufacturer warranty. Remember if you buy this, your contract is with Argos not the manufacturer. Six months is the time for any fault to be a presumed fault from manufacture, not the three months stated on the listing.



Hey thanks. Argos are usually quite good at exchanges and refunds so I bit and bought 2.

Ahhhh had to cancel order as The Range are doing them for £59.99, free delivery over £50 and have 2 colours.

Bought my daughter one of these for Xmas when it was £60. No complaints so far.

this could make you fat

se23

Ahhhh had to cancel order as The Range are doing them for £59.99, free … Ahhhh had to cancel order as The Range are doing them for £59.99, free delivery over £50 and have 2 colours.


is this suitable for an 11 year old boy or is it a bit young x

se23

Ahhhh had to cancel order as The Range are doing them for £59.99, free … Ahhhh had to cancel order as The Range are doing them for £59.99, free delivery over £50 and have 2 colours.


se23

Ahhhh had to cancel order as The Range are doing them for £59.99, free … Ahhhh had to cancel order as The Range are doing them for £59.99, free delivery over £50 and have 2 colours.

se23

Ahhhh had to cancel order as The Range are doing them for £59.99, free … Ahhhh had to cancel order as The Range are doing them for £59.99, free delivery over £50 and have 2 colours.



Lol you guys are going to think I'm crazy but I ended up cancelling my order from the range and taking the Argos ones. I was finding it hard to find the difference between the sport and the GT. The GT can take 70kg and sport 50kg. My kids are almost 10 & 11 so I went with the GT 70kg. They're nowhere near 70 but I thought it'll probably handle growing kids better.

Ps the range model says 8 and over at 50kg so I'm sure it's fine but like me I suggest paying the extra £10 and get GT. Plus you know Argos hardly argue when you have a faulty product.

OPEN THE BOX WHEN YOU GO ARGOS! They tried to give me a used one and the re-taped the box

I've just seen a load of these going in police auctions for a song. My guess is that since it would be illegal to use one either on a pavement or a road, the police confiscate them quite regularly - could be wrong they could just be stolen and unclaimed.

Personally, I'd love something like this for adults if only it was legal, I live a bit too far from work to walk, traffic is bad, I'm not willing to cycle (don't want to arrive too sweaty) so generally drive and wait in traffic - at 8mph this would be faster, cheaper and vaguely more healthy.

Perhaps laws will be changed.

gimmeadealplease

I've just seen a load of these going in police auctions for a song. My … I've just seen a load of these going in police auctions for a song. My guess is that since it would be illegal to use one either on a pavement or a road, the police confiscate them quite regularly - could be wrong they could just be stolen and unclaimed.Personally, I'd love something like this for adults if only it was legal, I live a bit too far from work to walk, traffic is bad, I'm not willing to cycle (don't want to arrive too sweaty) so generally drive and wait in traffic - at 8mph this would be faster, cheaper and vaguely more healthy.Perhaps laws will be changed.



You're right! I wasn't aware of this and apart from safety reasons that's why I forbade swegway. We have private road outside and large area out back so I'm going to keep mine but a bit disappointed.
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