Currie EZIP 1000 Electric Scooter, Black

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Walmart #: 000798990

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  • Full suspension frame and fork
  • Easy on/off tapered seat kit tube
  • Powerful front and rear disc brakes
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    The Currie EZIP 1000 Electric Scooter in Black is built for the young and adventurous. It has a deck for standing, as well as a removable seat for long rides. This battery power scooter has a top speed of 15 mph, as well as powerful rear and front disc brakes, so you will be safe as you kick up the dust in your path. The front suspension fork of this black electric scooter offers a smooth ride. The EV rated advanced battery on this Currie electric scooter offers plenty of power to travel short distances. It comes with foldable handles, so you can easily store it in a car s trunk. The lightweight battery scooter has a sleek, cool design you ll love to show off to your friends and family. It also features low-profile Street Slick tires and charger port in the frame console. With a weight capacity of 260 lbs, the Currie EZIP 1000 Electric Scooter in Black is ideal for ages 13 and older.

    Currie eZIP 1000 Electric Scooter, Black:

    • Motor: 1000W of power from an alloy finned hi-torque DC neodymium magnet motor
    • Battery: EV rated SLA type, plug and play design 36V/10Ah pack, three 12V/10Ah valve regulated, rechargeable
    • Charge time of Currie EZIP 1000 Electric Scooter in Black: 6-8 hours
    • Battery delivers up to 75 minutes of continuous use per charge
    • Charge system of battery power scooter: UL listed Currie Smart Charger with LED status display
    • Controller: exclusive Currie PWM Smart Power Microprocessor 36V fully potted with auto shut-off, relay protection and battery gauge
    • User controls: power on/off switch, easy access charger port in frame console
    • Maximum speed: up to 15 mph
    • Range: up to 12 miles per charge
    • Drive: patented Currie Electro-Drive Direct Drive System
    • Frame: rear swing-arm suspension, high tensile steel with 1-piece battery box
    • Fork: standard unicorn design with oversteering limit and disc brake
    • Handlebars: exclusive Currie folding design, lay forward bars
    • Seat: easy on/off tapered seat kit included
    • Deck: carbon fiber design ABS resin with brand logo badge
    • Wheels: Currie exclusive 5-spoke alloy wide mag wheels with disc rotors
    • Tires: Currie Low Profile Street Slick Tires 12-1/2" with Tuff-Tire Technology, elastomer subtread reduces chances of flatting
    • Brakes: front/rear disc brakes with alloy motor inhibit levers
    • Maximum weight capacity: 260 lbs
    • Some assembly required
    • Dimensions: 52"L x 18"W x 48"H

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    Battery Type: 12 Volt
    Age Start: 13 Years
    Age End: and up
    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: EZ-1000-BK
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 94.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 52.0 x 18.0 x 48.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 798990

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    Customer Reviews | 31 reviews | 4.6 out of 5

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    Customer review by PENNY2CENTS

    5.0 stars by PENNY2CENTS

    There are very few reviews for the Ezip 1000 so I thought I'd give one. This scooter is soooo much fun. It's a monster of a scooter and I really think it was made for men because it looks masculine to me. (Being a woman, I wish it came in a girly color.) It feels solid and seems to be made of quality materials. Because of it's weight I need another person to help lift it. The photo doesn't do it justice, wish you could see it in person, it's a sharp looking black. I agree with the manufacturer that it's for ages 13 and up. I weigh 195 lb. but it doesn't struggle at all getting me up the hills. The motor feels powerful and seems like I'm going alot faster than it's top speed of 15 mph. Some people don't like the fact that it doesn't free wheel but I prefer that it doesn't for safety reasons. It does coast down hills, just not as fast as free wheeling. I bought mine from another web site before Walmart added this item to their site. Darn, I paid more, wish I had waited. This is the lowest price I've seen anywhere. If you get a chance to test ride this scooter I think you'll be hook.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:Every few days

    Customer review by BohunkDave

    5.0 stars by BohunkDave

    I just love ths thing! I put it together in about ten min. I am a large man. 260# It has no problem start to stop handling my weight. It is a very quiet ride. Very comfortable as well. Over all a solid product. Thanks- Dave

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Every day
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    Customer review by lakesideOK

    5.0 stars by lakesideOK

    My husband and I purchased two (2) of these EZip 1000 Scooters for getting around in campgrounds, parks and our AZ winter home. Fits our needs perfectly. Perfect for zipping to friends homes, getting mail, going to meetings. We enjoy ours alot.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:65 or older
    Usage:Every day
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    I consider to buy this scooter to travel to the office. Office is only 1.8 miles, so this would be perfect. In the movie i see they drive it on the sideway, but i have only small roads to travel. Is it considered like a bicycle or moped?
    by Eric
    • To my understanding, it doesn't matter. Sidewalks are (legally) for pedestrians only, and a bicycle is considered a vehicle. Which would mean that you should ride in the proper traffic lane, riding with traffic etc. Also take bike lanes when possible and learn your hand signals unless you have turn signals.
      by AnonyTheMouse
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    • I don't know what it's considered where you live. Just make sure your insurance company understands that this is in the bicycle category. My insurance company tried to charge me $340 a year for a motorcycle policy until I forced them to understand what it is. Now it's $22 per year coverage. It's a power assisted bike.
      by An anonymous customer
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    • Phone your local dmv
      by Lowrider2000
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    • It is considered a bicycle, at least where i am, in CA. Police have spotted me out and have come to take a closer look, but they keep rollin. Dont recommend jumping on the highways with this. Stay on the sidewalks and in the designated bike portion of the roads.
      by zip0zippy
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    • Every state has different rules for elec bikes, so check your area most go by bicycle rules, it has no horn. and no key to turn off and lock. just a flip switch. One item that could be better improved for safety. I have a three wheel scooter also it has a turn key you can lock and its awesome, wish this one had that to so no one could steal, you have to use bike chain when leaving unattended.
      by outlawlady
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    • I only ride around my quiet neighborhood streets. I read that other people ride them to work.
      by PENNY2CENTS
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