The Daymak Photon, the new electric kick scooter is designed to be self-sustaining while adding multimedia functions. Equipped with polycrystalline solar panel cells on top of the base, the photon is constantly being trickle-charged when not in use, and potentially adds to the range of the electric scooter. This scooter can be ridden by people of all ages from 7 to 77. AM/FM radio, and USB/micro SD ports- all of which are connected and integrated into the speakers near the front wheel. This allows the rider to listen to their favorite tunes whether from local radio stations or an mp3 collection. And that's not all - a wireless remote provides full control of all features. With a touch of a button, you can flip through radio stations or mp3 songs. The Photon scooter is great for short rides, campus rides, for use in a warehouse, you can ride it in a park, you can use to go to the variety store or pick up a newspaper, visit your neighbors, or can even use it as an emergency vehicle in case your car breaks down. It is the ideal short-distance scooter loaded with features! Speed 15 Km/h capacity Up To 100kg Weight 17kg
This electric scooter for kids in Dubai, UAE is one of the best kid's electric solar scooter bikes you will find. It comes with 3 wheels option for kids' scooter rides made easy and fun.
17 Hours Under Natural Light Alarm, Mp3, Fm Radio
1w Waterproof, Stereo, Boombox Speakers
1 USB, 1 Micro SD, Bluetooth
USB charging port
Adjustable Smart Phone Holder
LED Headlight Max Loading: 90 kgs
solar charging and normal cable charging are available
Kindly avoid Storage In Sun, Heat & Water. Shouldn't Exceed max weight capacity. Do Not overcharge Car Beyond 7-8 Hrs maximum. Make Sure To Recharge the SCOOTER as soon as the speed goes low. Avoid Complete Drainage of the battery To Preserve the Longevity of the battery. Clean only with a damp cloth. Keep away from Water
Make sure to drive with safety equipment like helmets, Lights, Elbow, and n knee pads. Also, the bike can be driven only on footpaths as permissible by the RTA. Kindly do not use it on soft surfaces such as sand, gravel, and mud OR uneven surfaces such as fields and paddocks.
Solid product - but NOT for mixed-mode commuters or stairs
I wanted something I could combine with or replace part of my normal commute about 2 miles each way. That means going up and down several flights of stairs and getting on the subway. I was also looking for something sturdy enough to handle a little rain or snow and the common bumps in the road around here.
My first impression of opening it is that it is really solidly built. My second impression was that it is also very heavy. At 39 pounds, it is twice as heavy as bicycles, so even though it is more compact than a bike, it's hard for me to see mixing this with transit easily. It's light enough that it is possible to carry it, but it's heavy enough and bulky enough that you won't want to for very long. There's no way you could wheel it onto an escalator, either. I was hoping you could lift it up onto one wheel to negate some of the weight, but the lock for the handlebars doesn't seem designed for that, and there isn't a good grip that balances the weight side to side.