Tag: carbon fiber scooter

ZERO 2.0 CNET Review

Advertisements Read CNET's review on our ZERO 2.0 electric scooter here. The ZERO 2.0 is the Original carbon fiber electric scooter with a sleek and minimalist design much like Apple's design concept. The entire scooter is controlled by a single "home" button which turns on/off the scooter, sets the speed, and turns on/off the headlights. All throttle ...

Last 5 Days for our Christmas Giveaway!

Advertisements ZERO 2.0 Christmas Contest If you have always wanted to own an entry-level electric scooter, here is your chance to get one FREE this Christmas! We are giving away a ZERO 2.0 to one lucky winner of our Christmas contest. Simply share our facebook post, and answer 3 easy questions to qualify. Here is ...

ZERO 2.0 Christmas Giveaway!

Win a ZERO 2.0 this Christmas! The ZERO 2.0 is the World's lightest carbon fiber electric scooter. Ultimate portability for your commute.

Difference between ZERO 2.0 and other carbon fiber scooters

What is the difference between the ZERO 2.0 and other replica carbon fiber electric scooters? We help to break down the safety and design differences.

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World’s First Modular Electric Scooter

Advertisements When the ZERO carbon fiber electric scooter first launched in Sept 2015, it broke the weight barrier for electric scooters. Most electric scooters at that time were made of aluminium alloy and hovered around the 10-12 kg weight limit for a power output of 250W and above. ZERO was essentially the first production carbon fiber scooter built and ...

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Tailor Made for Ladies

Advertisements Ladies, imagine for a moment something pretty in pink and is only as heavy as your briefcase or handbag. And it even carries you and said handbag around effortlessly. Would the pink ZERO be something you would like? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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World’s Lightest Electric Transporter

Advertisements And no, its not the Walkcar (see below)! A laptop on wheels can only come out from Japan. And the Walkcar buzz is still ringing in our ears. The jury is still out on whether its the dumbest idea or the most revolutionary one. One can imagine their tagline to be "Walkcarry me everywhere". ...