The capabilities of the Niubility N1 are the same as those of conventional scooters, but are available at a better price.
When there really is some government intention to make the rules for electric scooters running around cities clear, it is a sign that these micromobility devices are becoming increasingly popular. This is largely due to increasing supply and falling prices to the point where many city dwellers are considering purchasing such equipment. TomTop has now launched an entry-level product from a new brand, Niubility N1.
The roller is extremely light, weighing only 12 kilograms, can be folded in a matter of seconds, and is powered by a 250-watt electric motor, powered by a 36-volt, 7.6 Ah battery. According to the manufacturer, a device capable of a maximum speed of 25 km / h can be fully charged in 4-5 hours, which can cover 20-25 kilometers on a single charge with a maximum load of 120 kilograms.
The good news is that unlike cheap scooters, there is a mechanical brake at the rear (plus the resistance of the electric motor also slows down), there is a brake light and a front light as well. The interesting thing about the Niubility N1 is that the trepnit was tilted 45 degrees in front of the rear wheel, which was the manufacturer’s goal to make one of our legs more comfortable. THE In TomTop’s action (coupon code: TTRSYNT) can be ordered for free delivery from a European warehouse for 187 euros, which corresponds to 65 thousand forints.