The NANROBOT Lightning is here to offer you all that is within your budget capacity. Say hello to the latest-tech braking, suspension and acceleration features in a more compact and budget-friendly package which is the Lightning.
Fast as Lightning
Undeniably fast, the Nanrobot Lightning is powered by dual 800W motors (adding up to 1600W in dual-drive) that quickly gear up to a max speed of 30 MPH. And with its 48V 18Ah Dynavolt battery, you are guaranteed 20-25 mile range on the TURBO mode and more with ECO.
It's Time to "Brake" Free
The scooter was carefully designed to offer you not only top features but also ultra-efficiency. NANROBOT Lightning’s 8-inch solid tires, front and rear spring shock absorbers provide an unsurprisingly smooth experience and maximum riding enjoyment.
|Brand||NANROBOT||Controller||25A, Double Controller|
|Model||LIGHTNING||Tire Type||Front and Rear Solid Tire|
|Brakes||Front and Rear Disc Brakes||Tire size||Wide Wheel 8 Inch|
|Suspension||Front and Rear Spring Suspension||Motor Rated Power||Dual Drive, 800W*2|
|Lights:||Headlights, Front Beam Lights,
LED Lights, Brake Lights, Turn Signal
|Net Weight||29kg||Battery||48V 18AH|
|Carton Size||123x31x58 CM(LxWxH)||Color||Black Green|
🚚 Shipping - Free shipping on all orders to anywhere in Ireland and Europe. 7-15 business days delivery time.
💝 Return & Refund Guarantee - 30 Days Hassle Free Returns & 12 Months Warranty. Please refer to t&C
📞 Customer Support - Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our support team replys within 8 hours.
*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