Electric scooter with 500 watts of power
The electric scooter Egret Ten V4 sets standards in terms of comfort and driving pleasure. He is truly the king of the road. This scooter is the latest scooter model of the supplier Egret. The powerful and almost silent electric motor in combination with 10-inch pneumatic tires provides a unique driving comfort. Thanks to its compact design and an intelligent folding mechanism, the scooter can be quickly and easily stowed away.
Performance and endurance
The German supplier Egret calls its electric scooter the "king of the road" - and rightly so. Because the small inconspicuous scooter hides a powerful wheel-hub motor with a torque of 24 Newton meters (NM). This allows you to accelerate incredibly fast and master even steep inclines without any additional push. And it does so almost silently. Depending on the terrain and the weight of the rider, the e-scooter reaches top speeds of up to 20 km/h and a range of up to 40 kilometres.
Comfort for perfect riding pleasure
Thanks to the controller software for particularly smooth starting behaviour and 5 optimally tuned speed levels, version 4 of the Egret Ten is ideal for novice riders with no experience of electric scooters. The high weight and the comfortable pneumatic tires support this feature and ensure a particularly smooth and comfortable ride even on uneven surfaces such as cobblestones. The clearly arranged display on the handlebars allows you to easily switch the front and rear lights on and off.
Short overview EGRET V4
- Up to 40 km range
- Max. 20 km/h
- Height adjustable handlebar
- Front and rear brake
- Powerful 500 watt motor
- Integrated bell
- Highest quality of workmanship
- All spare parts in stock
The electric scooter is approved for public transport and has a Swiss road permit:
E-scooters that drive max. 20 km/h and have max. 500W are approved for public traffic and do not need a type approval or a control plate.
A driver's licence category M is required for 14-16 year olds, from 16 no driver's licence is required.
Compulsory use of cycle paths
The following are also compulsory: bell, pneumatic or rubber tyres, lights (not flashing and not necessarily already fitted) and reflectors (not necessarily already fitted) and brakes (front and rear).
We recommend that you wear the necessary protective equipment such as helmet and pads.