The Ninebot KickScooter F40E electric scooter makes moving from one point to another pleasant, and its striking and durable design is designed to make driving safe. With a single battery charge, this scooter travels up to 40 km, and its powerful engine and ability to ride up a large angle make it a vehicle for longer journeys, even on difficult terrain.
Thanks to its two-movement foldability, the F40E can be easily placed in a car or taken on public transport, as well as easily carried in the hand. The F40E frame is made of stronger, much more durable carbon structural steel, and the wheel has 10-inch pneumatic tires without inner tubes, which are more resistant to puncture damage thanks to the extra layer. The low center of gravity ensures driving stability.
The F40E is equipped with front, side and rear E-MARK certified reflectors, which add safety and make the driver more visible in low light. In addition, the wheel has LED lights at the front and rear and a brake light to keep you safe in the dark.
The F40E develops speeds of up to 25 km / h. The upgraded smart battery (367 Wh / 10.2 Ah) charges in a full 6.5 hours and allows you to effortlessly drive up to 20% of the slope, with a load of up to 100 kg. The brakes are front electronic and rear disc brakes, which provide a safe braking distance. It is also possible to install a number plate on the scooter, for which there is a special place on the rear fender. The bike charging port is conveniently located in the front of the footboard.
To add economy, Smart Battery Management (BMS) ensures that energy is not wasted by monitoring battery usage and preventing overcharging, undercharging, overheating and short circuiting.
The F40E's handlebar has an easy-to-read LED display that allows the user to see real-time information on driving speed, driving mode and battery level. The wheel can be connected to the application via Bluetooth and the user can be informed about the status of the wheel.
The different driving modes are economical, standard and sporty, as well as walking speed.