Unagi Electric Scooter with Light on in a dark room


      Kalifornijos Oklande įsikūrusios įmonės „Unagi“ misija – kiekvienam į rankas gauti nebrangų elektrinį paspirtuką. Pradedame žaliąją revoliuciją.

      Scooter Co tiekia unikalų Unagi Model One elektrinį paspirtuką keturių unikalių spalvų . Be to, didelis Unagi dalių ir priedų pasirinkimas. Elektriniam paspirtukui „Unagi Model One“ suteikiama 24 mėnesių garantija ir jį galima įsigyti naudojant vieną iš mūsų mokėjimo parinkčių .
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      The Scooter Co
      California Dreaming

      The Californian born Unagi Model One E-Scooters are futuristically styled, meticulously engineered, and loaded with top tech. Designed for the rider, they feature detailed appointments that make them stand out from other e-scooters on the market.

      Responsive twin 250-watt motors give more pulling power, a one-click folding system, honeycomb wheels, hardwearing paint, and a grip-like deck are just some of the features that the Unagi e-scooters land with.

      At The Scooter Co, we stock the Cosmic Blue, Scarlett Fire, Matte Black, and Sea Salt colours of the Unagi Model One e-scooter. Plus a huge range of Unagi spares and accessories.


      We offer the Unagi Model One Electric Scooter in four different colours. Cosmic Blue, Scarlett Fire, Matte Black, and Sea Salt. Plus some Unagi accessories.

      An adult electric scooter is a motorised scooter that has a motor and battery that glides you along. They generally have brakes, chunky tyres, LED lighting, sophisticated hardware, and dedicated apps. Some have suspension, Bluetooth, and seats!

      Yes. They're pretty green and don’t release any emissions into the atmosphere.

      No. Currently, you are not allowed to ride privately owned electric scooters in public areas or on roads in the UK. You can only ride electric scooters on private land with permission from the owner.
      A lot of the countries in Europe such as Germany, France, Poland, and Spain do have rules and regulations that allow you to ride on public roads, public spaces, and bike lanes.