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Ezip E750 Electric Scooter 750W $270 Costco B&M

binaryxtasy 175 November 6, 2012 at 11:29 AM in Brick & Mortar (B&M) (7)
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Costco B&M stores have the Currie Technologies E750 Electric Scooter in stock for $269.99. Item number is 634853 "Scooter"

I believe it is the red version too, not the silver/grey version.

It's got some pretty good reviews on Amazon [amazon.com] and they have it for (currently) $336.01. Hope this is slick and have a happy holiday!




Features:

750 watts of performance power
Speed up to 15 miles per hour
Range up to 12 miles
High-capacity 12Ah batteries for extended riding range
Powerful front linear pull brake system with power modulator
Patented Currie Electro-Drive system
Easy on/off tapered seat kit tube included
Motorized folding with seat; great for getting around quickly and can be easily stored
750W Earth Magnet Electro Drive Motor; DC motor with 25-amp electronic PWM controller includes low battery protection
Battery and charger included

Specifications:

Motor: 750 watt alloy DC Earth Magnet motor
Battery: EV-rated SLA type; Plug & Play Design 24 volt pack; 2 12-volt; valve regulated, rechargeable
Charge System: UL Listed Currie Smart Charger with LED status display
Controller: Exclusive Currie PWM Smart Power microprocessor; 24-volt fully-potted with relay protection and battery gauge
Top Speed: Up to 15 miles per hour (rider weight and terrain contingent
Range: Up to 12 miles per hour (rider weight and terrain contingent)
Drive: Chain drive; patented Currie Electro Drive system
Brakes: Front disc brake with power modulator and alloy brake inhibit lever
Wheels: Currie Exclusive 5-spoke alloy wide mag wheels
Tires: Currie Street Slick tires with Tuff-Tire technology, 12.5-inch with elastomer subtread that reduces chance of going flat
Handlebars: Exclusive Currie folding design; lay forward bars
Forks: Front suspensions with oversteering limit
User Controls: Power on/off switch; easy access charger port in frame console
Deck: Non-Slip ABS resin with in-mold graphics and brand logo badge
Frame: Heavy-duty, Hi-Ten steel with 1-piece steel tooled battery box and oversized head tube
Seat Kit: Easy on/off seat kit included
Weight: 60 pounds
Rider Age: Ages 13 and up
Maximum Weight: 260 pounds

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None in lake in the hills il what it's the item number?
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item number is 634853 i will update this in the post
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Do you need a CA license to ride one of these around the city?
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Do you need a CA license to ride one of these around the city?
It says it only goes up to 15 mph so I doubt it. You wouldn't be going very far, so it would be like a normal kids scooter
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Do you need a CA license to ride one of these around the city?
Only over 30 mph would you be in the gray area
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Quote from KnightRage View Post :
Do you need a CA license to ride one of these around the city?
Quote from binaryxtasy1024 View Post :
Only over 30 mph would you be in the gray area
That's not true. Not true at all. I've been riding these things for over a decade. There's no gray area. There are very specific rules for this. The actually number is 25 MPH. It also cannot be over 1000 watts. You must be over 16 and wear a helmet. Other than that, the same laws that apply to bikes apply to this.
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Saw this in Costco today and am going to get it for my son for xmas. He is 13. What's up with this 16+ years thing? I will make him wear a helmet, but he'll just use it around the neighborhood.
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I know it was back in Nov 2012 but is this item still available? Which Costco carries that?
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