INOKIM LIGHT electric scooter embodies nimble handling and balance due to design with a low center of gravity, which is produced from high-strength materials that are widely used in heavy engineering.
Simple and reliable steering wheel folding device, folding steering wheel handles, and only 15kg weight of this scooter makes it possible to effortlessly transport the device to shopping centers, work offices, public transport, and, if necessary, put it to the trunk of your car.
The unfolded size of the scooter is 108x46x110cm, and a foldable one is only 96x37x18cm
The INOKIM LIGHT has a high-performance direct-drive brushless motor with a rated power of 350 W (peak power of 650W), which allows you to reach speeds of 25kmh.
The maximum load-carrying capacity of INOKIM LIGHT is 100kg.
INOKIM LIGHT is equipped with highly reliable front and rear drum brakes, which provide effective braking on any surface.
INOKIM LIGHT has front LED optics with automatic switching on in the dark and a rear marker light that performs a stop signal's function, ensuring a safe ride.
8.5-inch air tires provide excellent traction. Even if the road surface is poor, the wheels will provide maximum comfort during the trip. Collapsible wheels greatly simplify the repair and replacement of tires.
The scooter is packed with a Li-Ion 36V/ 10.4AH LG Water Proof Battery (Aluminum cased battery). Charge time is up to 5-6 hours. Mileage on a full charge can reach up to 40km, depending on riding conditions and nature. After 500 cycles of full charge-discharge, the battery will retain its functional capacity of 80%.
The onboard computer has a multi-functional LCD monitor with a backlight and adjustment of the screen brightness level (when used in the dark). It displays speed, power modes, mileage, driving time, speed limit, battery level.
Max Unlimited speed 35km/h
( Private Property )
5-25km/h with throttle control
Top speed preset 25km/h for Australia
Pre - Set Speeds
LG Li-Ion 36V/ 10.4AH
Front and Rear
Front and Rear brake lights
8.5" Pneumatic tyres front and rear
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.