Egret One Classic Urban Electric Scooter 36V. An e-mobility experience for us, the EGRET ONE scooter is the perfect symbiosis of forward-looking, innovative technology and a sophisticated language of design.
The fourth and therefore newest generation of the foldable electric scooter EGRET ONE. An optimized interaction of the throttle, the controller and the battery, a new fender with integrated rear light and a more compact stand board are only a few of the improvements to the previous models.
The Egret One foldable electric scooter provide an innovative, high-performance electric mobility solution for a wide range of uses. With a top speed of 35 km/h / 22mph (approx.) easy handling and a range of approx. 25 km / 15.50 miles, the routes to work, friends or sport activities can be easily covered. The dynamic ride makes any route an experience. In just a few simple steps the EGRET ONE can be compactly stowed away in seconds.
The New Egret One – Upgrade
- 3 kg lighter! The new EGRET ONE weighs only 12 kilos.
- 7 cm shorter! The new EGRET ONE is even more compact.
- 5 km more range! The new EGRET ONE works with Panasonic battery technology.
- Illuminated! A rear light is an integral part of the rear fender.
- Top speed: 35 km/h / 22mph
- Range approx.: 25 km / 15.50 miles
- Charging time: 70% approx. 2 hours
- Charging time: 100% approx. 4-6 hours
- Throttle: Index finger control
- Max: Payload 120 kg
- Total weight: 12 kg
- Motor rated power: 250 W
- Motor max output: 700 W
- Battery: Li-Ion • 36V • 8Ah
- Light: Rear
- Brake: Rear
- Wheel size: 6”Full Rubber
- Size: 90 x 56 x 116 cm
- Size folded: 89 x 29 x 16 cm
- EGRET ONE electric scooter
- Battery charger
- Operating manual
The EGRET ONE is not yet street legal (approved for use on public roads).
The EGRET ONE may currently be used anywhere where road traffic rules and regulations do not apply. This may include: Private property, harbour areas, airport and exhibition grounds as well as parks and woodland areas, depending on the signs posted. Europe-wide on-road approval is expected in 2016.