Ride in style with the Alpha scooter with 10-inch air-filled tyres, a built-in Bluetooth speaker and LED lighting!
The Hover-1 Alpha scooter is both a stylish and functional mode of transport. You can travel up to 12 miles at a top speed of up to 15.5mph. You can easily track your speed, riding modes and battery life using the LCD display and activate the lights.
The Alpha comes with sleek underdeck lighting and an ultra-bright LED headlight to ensure safety when riding at night. 10-inch air-filled tyres ensure a smooth and comfortable ride and the built in Bluetooth speaker allows you to stream your favourite playlists while riding or resting. It takes just 5 hours to charge your Alpha, so when you are out of juice, simply fold down and charge!
FEATURES AND BENEFITS:
Folding design – At the end of your ride, the Alpha can be easily folded away for storage.
2 riding modes – With two driving modes, Eco and Sports, and with the option of switching on the Cruise Control function, you can ride with ease.
Top speed up to 15mph – One charge will allow you to travel up to 12 miles thanks to the powerful Lithium-ion battery.
LCD Display – It allows you to toggle through speed modes, check your speed, battery life and activate cruise control.
Built-in Bluetooth speaker – The scooter has a powerful built-in wireless speaker, so you can play your music while riding.
- Colour: Black
- Guarantee: 1 year
- Open sizes: 114.3 x 42.4 x 121.3cm
- Folding size: 114.3 x 42.4 x 52.8cm
- Max User Weight: 120 Kg
- Top speed up to 15.5mph
- Max range up to 12 miles on one charge
- 10-inch air-filled tyres
- Ultra-bright LED headlight, rear brake-light with dual disc braking system
- 2 riding modes and cruise control option
- Sleek underdeck LED lighting and a fully integrated LCD display
- Built-in Bluetooth speaker
- Extra-wide footplate and built-in bell for safety when riding
- Suits ages 15 years +
Please note: It is illegal to use an e-scooter on a public road, pavement, cycle lane or bridleway. E-scooters should only be ridden on private land with the permission of the land owner. Further information and guidance can be found at gov.uk here.