|Speed||25 and 45 km/h|
|Power||600 watt (0.8 hp)|
|Battery Life||4,000 cyclesℹ|
|Charge Time||1 hours|
The Tatamel is an innovative folding electric moped from electric moped startup ICOMA from Japan.
The moped has a 600 watt electric motor for a top speed of 40 km/h.
The moped has a 12 Ah lithium battery for a driving range of 50 km. The moped provides a power outlet so that the moped can be used as a mobile power station.
The moped can be folded into a small square box that fits under a standard office desk. The folded size is 700 x 680 x 260 mm (length x height x width).
In folded mode, the box can be rolled along like a skate board and a carrying handle enables to transport the moped as a trolley on an airport.
Custom design on demand
The moped is handmade in a workshop in Japan and the moped is fully customizable on request, which includes custom artwork and exterior design. The moped can be equipped for gardening, nature exploration and much more.
The moped can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.
2022 ICOMA models
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