Commute in style & comfort with the Nanrobot D4+ 2.0. The D4+ is a very powerful & fast e-scooter that is powered by two dual motors capable of 1000 watts each for a combined output of 2000 watts.
Newer and Better
The D4+ 2.0 is an upgraded and much more refined sister to the D4+. It features the latest technology specs and a better-optimised system. Power, efficiency, safety, it got them all.
Commute in style with the Nanrobot D4+ 2.0 that comes powered brushless gear 1000W dual motors. Combined, the dual motors generate a super output of 2000W with a max speed up to 40mph, which takes riding to a new height.
The D4+ 2.0 is equipped by a powerful and highly durable 52V 23Ah lithium battery and it features dual charging ports that enables it to charge fully in 5-6 hrs (with 2 chargers).
All Terrains Available
Thanks to a pair of 10-inch off-road tires and upgraded shock absorbers, you get to accelerate even at high speeds on various kinds of roads and terrains.
|Brand||NANROBOT||Tire Type||Pneumatic Tyres|
|Brakes||Disc Brake||Motor rated Power||1000Wx2|
|Net Weight||32kg||Max. Speed||64KM/H|
|Gross Weight||37kg||Battery||52V 23.4AH|
|Product Size||132*125*63 CM||Color||Black|
🚚 Shipping - Free shipping on all orders to anywhere in Ireland and Europe. 7-15 business days delivery time.
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*Accesories shown in the pictures may be optional or available to buy seperately
*Product specifications are directly mentioned by manufacturers and they are under optimum test conditions, they may vary with external factors
Disclaimer:- Its completely legal to buy, sell and own an e-scooter in Ireland. At the moment, privately-owned electric scooters are illegal to use on the public highway in Ireland & the UK. However they can be ridden on private land.
Update:19th october :-legislation has been approved by Cabinet and is sent to Oireachtas for approval of scooters on Irish roads