Designed in Pasadena and built in California, this all-American folding scooter is for those who want to stand out of the crowd. Its avant-garde design would turn heads everywhere. If you are looking for power merged with groundbreaking design, then consider this folding scooter. It rides like a bike without the bulk. It’s a scooter but with the added zing. Designed by Grant Delgatty and Sven Etzelsberger (a former head engineer at Porsche), the URB-E Black Label was made for the “last mile to final destination”. Commute to work, cruise around and easily take this with you inside the bus or train.
URB-E Black Label Electric Folding Scooter Main Features
- 100% American-made, designed and built in Pasadena, California.
- 20 mile range, a top speed of 18mph, and weighs only 35 lbs
- Awesome torque and comfort with upgraded 10" pneumatic tires and rear mounted 350-watt motor
- US produced SAPA extruded aircraft grade aluminum makes the frame incredibly lightweight and durable
- The URB-E is patented and each vehicle has a unique serial number and comes with a 1 year warranty
The URB-E features a 20-mile range and a top speed of 15 mph. It is built using genuine carbon fiber and American aircraft-grade 6061 aluminum. At an incredibly light weight of 35 lbs, this model is sturdy and durable. It comes with a charging port for your gadgets and has an advanced sport tune controller that provides powerful acceleration and torque. Stopping is easy with top-of-the-line cross-drilled disc brakes.
Customer reviews on the URB-E Black Label are full of enthusiasm. It looks cool, rides cool and is definitely not your toy scooter. It folds easy and can be carried up the stairs.
Watch URB-E Black Label Electric Folding Scooter Video Reviews
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