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GiGi foldable eScooter

GiGi foldable electric scooter
GiGi foldable electric scooter 85
GiGi foldable electric scooter 85
GiGi foldable electric scooter 85
GiGi foldable electric scooter 85
GiGi foldable electric scooter 85
GiGi foldable electric scooter 85
GiGi foldable electric scooter 85
Gigi 85
BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Range40 km
Charge Time3.5 hours
Power500 watt (0.7 hp)
PriceC$4.347πŸ’±
Foldable
made in Holland  

Specifications

BrandGiGi
ModelGiGi foldable eScooter
Speed25 km/h
Power500 watt (0.7 hp)
Weight32 kg
BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Battery Life1,000 cyclesβ„Ή
Range40 km
Charge Time3.5 hours
80% after 2 hours
 

The GiGi is a high quality fold-able electric scooter by a Dutch manufacturer. The scooter has been designed by C10 Design, a company involved with product design for big brands such as Heineken, Dell and Philips. The scooter is manufactured in Europe.

The scooter has a weight of 32 kg and is easy to fold and unfold. The scooter folds or unfolds in under 10 seconds.

In folded mode the scooter can be carried as a trolley, for example on a airport. The folded size of the scooter isΒ 72 x 33 x 84cm (HxWxL) which easily fits in the storage compartment of a small car.

The scooter has a 500 watt electric motor and a top speed of 25 km/h. The scooter is allowed to be driven without a helmet.

The scooter can be delivered with 2 battery options 400 Wh and 600 Wh. The 400 Wh version offers a range of 30km, the 600 Wh version offers a range of 40 km.

The GiGi scooter has a built in international charger that supports both 110v/230v which makes the scooter an efficient companion for business travelers. The charge time of the battery is 3.5 hours and the batteries reach a 80% charge after 2 hours.

The scooter has a digital dashboard that provides essential information about the scooter such as speed and battery status. The scooter has 2 driving modes: Default and Sport.

The GiGi scooter can be ordered in the colors white, black, red and mint green.

 

2021 GiGi models

GiGi foldable eScooterGiGi foldable electric scooter 100
C$4.347
LiFePo4 (LFP)
40 km
 

Sales Department

GiGi Nederland B.V.
Verrijn Stuartweg 26-C
1112 AX Diemen (Amsterdam)
The Netherlands

Phone: +31 20 217 0145
Sales (WhatsApp):Β +31 65 324 5943
Email: info@gigiscooter.nl

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