The Mearth S big brother joins in! Introducing, the Mearth S Pro, a more powerful electric scooter that does not compromise the quality features that Mearth have become known for. The Mearth S Pro is designed to provide a more comfortable and longer ride for commuters who are searching for a powerful long-distance electric scooter.
At a glance:
- 45km maximum range* (varies depending on riding conditions)
- 25km/h top speed (32 ks for private property use)
- 15% hill grade
- 700W max motor power (350W rated power)
- 13.5kg weight
- 100kg weight limit
- 10” armoured inflatable tyres
The same lightweight foldable electric scooter now has 10” pneumatic tires that provide all the support you need to take on any road in the city. Coupled with a 360-watt motor and a bigger battery that can give you a range of 45km, you can extend your daily commute, add more errands, or squeeze in a side trip after work. The Mearth S Pro is your go-to choice for powerful yet portable transportation.
It has a Triple Brake System where the brakes include a foot brake, a rear disk brake, and a regenerative brake that brings energy back into your motor every time you use it. It also has a hot-swappable battery with a one-click removable battery, take as many battery packs with you and your only limit will be running out of road. And lastly, the Mearth S Pro has 10-inch explosion-proof inflatable tyres with excellent shock absorption to ensure your safety and smooth rides on all your adventures.
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*Typical Range: Range tested in lab condition with smooth surface, for riders weighing 60-70km at 50-60% speed. Some of the factors that affect range include: speed, number of starts and stops, ambient temperature, etc.
|Dimensions||107.3 × 42 × 117.6 cm|
1073 x 420 x 1176 mm
1073 x 420 x 450 mm
|Height from pedal to ground||
36v/5Ah or 6.4 Ah
Speed, Battery Level, Mode
3 – Eco, Standard, Sports
The laws around the use of scooters on public lands, roads and areas vary from state to state.
We recommend you always check your local council and road traffic laws prior to using a scooter to ensure you are aware of any restrictions that may affect the use of motorised vehicles.
Always use appropriate protective riding equipment such as an approved helmet and suitable clothing.