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Currie eZip E750 Electric Scooter - $249 + $0.97 Shipping At Walmart.com

deymayor 542 January 31, 2013 at 11:55 AM in Autos (3)
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Walmart is carrying the Currie EZip E750 again but this time for the lowest price online.

$249 + $0.97 Shipping. Also available for free In-Store pickup.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Currie-...s/21187742

For comparison, Amazon is selling it for $449 here [amazon.com].

They are also offering a 3 year protection plan for only $28 which is a must for this type of scooter. No deductible or any hidden cost. Total for me came out to $297 with Tax.


The Currie Ezip 750 Electric Scooter is the perfect choice for serious personal transportation. The molded-in graphics and brand logo badge gives the scooter a terrific look. The strong and durable Hi-Ten steel frame includes a steel-tooled battery box, and an over-sized head tube to hold the fork and the handle. The lay-forward handlebars are comfortable and make for effortless maneuvering.

Powered by an alloy DC earth magnet motor, the electric scooter generates a top speed of about 15mph. The EV-rated, SLA-type, 24V/12Ah rechargeable battery reaches full charge within 6-8 hours of charging to provide a ride for up to a range of 12 miles. Watch the battery status on the LED screen close to the throttle. The puncture-resistant Currie Street Slick tires are mounted on Currie polished alloy, wide 5-spoke mag wheels for better control and smooth ride.

Combined with a power modulator and alloy-motor inhibit lever, the linear pull brake provides a strong braking performance. The Ezip 750 Electric Scooter is controlled by Currie PWM Smart Power Microprocessor. A power on/ off switch allows the user to turn on/off the motor. With its smooth rolling wheels and street tires, the Ezip 750 is the logical solution for zipping around town.
Currie Ezip 750 Electric Scooter:

Motor: Alloy DC Earth Magnet
Requires EV-rated, SLA-type, 24V/12Ah rechargeable battery (included)
Requires 6-8 hours to charge battery completely
Charge System: UL listed Currie Smart Charger with LED status display
Controller: exclusive Currie PWM Smart Power Microprocessor, 24V fully-plotted with relay protection and battery gauge
User Controls: power on/off switch, easy-access charger port in frame console, throttle with battery gauge
Maximum Speed: 15 mph (rider weight and terrain contingent)
Range: up to 12 miles (rider weight and terrain contingent)
Drive: patented Currie Electro-Drive Chain Drive System
Frame: hi-ten steel, heavy-duty with 1-piece, steel-tooled battery box and over-sized head tube
Fork: front suspension with over steering limit
Handlebars: exclusive Currie folding design and lay-forward bars
Seat: easy on/off tapered seat kit
Deck: non-slip ABS resin with in-mold graphics and brand logo badge
Wheels: Currie exclusive polished alloy, wide mag wheels
Tires: Currie Street Slick tires, 12-1/2" with Tuff-Tire technology, Elastomer subtread reduces chances of flatting
Brakes: front linear pull brake with power modulator and alloy motor inhibit lever
Maximum Weight Capacity: 260 lbs
Assembly required
Dimensions: 48"L x 18"W x 38"H

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#16
Showing $299 for me. Frown
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#17
^ same here Frown
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Quote from mprayii View Post :
Tell me what to do more please! Insinuate how imperfect my life is more please! God why can't we all be more like you please!
I'm with you on this one bro!
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#19
$300 now
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Quote from deymayor View Post :
I'm hoping that NJ does not have these laws.
Same in NJ.....No streets or sidewalks. Only private property, which in NJ equates to your own yard.

Our police have confiscated and fined for riding in the street.
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#21
pay 99 cent to ship it home~!
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#22
Not very practical except in very limited situations. You cannot travel out more than five miles and be guaranteed you will get back. You do need a helmet. It may, in some states, require registration and insurance or even be illegal to ride on public roads. You can't go the same speed as traffic, so it is more like the speed of a bike, so why not get an electric bike? Will likely tick off drivers that cannot get around you on a public road and have to drive 10 MPH waiting for their chance to pass. Needs to be able to carry cargo to make it suitable for errands like grocery shopping. Needs to be stored, so you need a cover or a place in the garage or shed. Just isn't practical. Would get it. Use it a few times and then relegate it to the basement or garage.
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Quote from spikey911 View Post :
Same in NJ.....No streets or sidewalks. Only private property, which in NJ equates to your own yard.

Our police have confiscated and fined for riding in the street.
cancelling my order now. i"ve been waiting for a deal on this since last year. bummer...
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#24
anyone have experience on the battery life? (since factory only gives 30day warrity on it)

and there are HUNDREDS of complains online aout currie bad battery life. (or short life)
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Quote from mprayii View Post :
Tell me what to do more please! Insinuate how imperfect my life is more please! God why can't we all be more like you please!
Sorry, it's called "humor," didn't mean to offend you and the other poster sounding off... but given your signature, I was doubly surprised by your response.

Do the words "Clean up on aisle five!" mean anything to you?

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Quote from healthylaugh View Post :
Sorry, it's called "humor," didn't mean to offend you and the other poster sounding off... but given your signature, I was doubly surprised by your response.

Do the words "Clean up on aisle five!" mean anything to you?

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http://www.urbandictionary.com/de...0aisle%205 ?

You're not sorry. Don't pretend you are.
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Quote from mprayii View Post :
http://www.urbandictionary.com/de...0aisle%205 ?

You're not sorry. Don't pretend you are.
If I had known you could read my thoughts, I would have tried to be more clear headed for you...

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