Micro Condor II - electric scooter adults
✔ Swappable battery
✔ Speed: 25 km/h, range: 25km
✔ Kickstand, bell & phone holder included
✔ High visibility: LED-lights front & rear
✔ Set max. speed by Micro App
✔ Can be used without phone
✔ Full tyres
✔ Regenerative brake, foot brake and disc brake
✔ After-sales service in Belgium
Micro Condor II has some impressive features. The motor, located in the rear wheel, has a power of up to 550W and a speed of 25km/h (legal limitation in Belgium). The scooter has a range of 25 km and is fully charged again in just 3.5 hours. The battery is easy to change, making longer distances no problem for this electric scooter.
The large solid rubber tyres with foam core, the non-slip footboard and the ergonomically designed thumb throttle ensure a unique driving comfort.
This scooter has four different settings for driving use: pedestrian (260W, 6km/h), eco (320W, 14km/h), standard (430W, 16km/h) and sport (550W, 25km h). You choose your maximum speed so that safe riding is guaranteed per user.
The all new Micro App can be connected to the Condor II via Bluetooth. Not only can you set your choice of driving mode, you can also see the distance traveled, navigation and travel time. The app also has a diagnostic mode that improves after-sales service and contributes to the life of the electric scooter. Last but not least, you can lock your e-scooter with the app, making it protected against theft.
The disc brake on the front wheel, in turn, guarantees perfect braking action and thus maximum safety.
For good visibility in the dark, the Micro Condor II is equipped with homologated front and rear lights. The scooter is also equipped with a handbrake, an integrated bell and a smartphone holder on the handlebar.
The scooter can be easily stored and transported thanks to the foldable handles and an intuitive folding system.
Is the Micro Condor II scooter legal in Belgium? Yes. With a maximum speed of 25 km/h, the Micro Condor II is allowed to ride on Belgian roads. You have to ride on the bike paths as from 6 km/h, below 6 km/h you can continue to scoot on the sidewalk.
Do you have to have an insurance? Yes, most family insurance policies cover this, but you can always request additional mobility insurance from your insurance company.
Riding in deep puddles is strongly discouraged.
|connected? (Micro App)||Yes|
|max. weight (user)||100 kg|
|weight scooter||16.5 kg|
|Motor||550W (Rear wheel)|
|max. range||25 km|
|max. speed||25 km/h|
|Type of brake||Foot Brake, Regenerative Brake (motor brake), Disc Brake|
|accelerator type||Thumb accelerator|
|weight battery||1724 g|