The Bolzzen eScooters join us at WalkSmart!
Posted 1st April 2020. Category: General.
This month we welcome the Bolzzen Atom Pro coming from our colleagues at Macarthur eBikes. This 2020 new model motorised scooter has a few unique differences that set it apart from some of the other models we stock at WalkSmart.
Macarthur eBikes have been around for a while and are known to offer a great range of durable, reliable and excellent value eBikes and eScooters. We recently added the NCM Moscow eBike to our range, and our team were impressed! It packs superb performance, a durable design and more importantly, an affordable price point. We are so confident in the NCM Moscow that we will be adding it to our rental fleet within our FlexiRental packages. This includes servicing, accidental damage cover and other general maintenance - all the risk on us!
Back to the Atom Pro -> this powerful little scooter features a sizeable 600Wh battery pack giving it a long 50km range. Most comparable is our Ninebot Max scooter, which is about 20% more expensive! Additionally, the Atom Pro features front suspension and a smaller form factor. Lighter weight too, at only 15kg, compared to 18kg with the Ninebot Max.
The Bolzzen Atom Pro has a powerful 500w motor that enables it to cruise comfortably at 25km/h (electronically limited), while also enough power to keep it gliding with speed up hills. For all you commuters out there, you will value the foldable design that makes it a breeze to take on public transport - the bus, the train, the ferry - or whatever it might be. With a 3 second quick fold, and a charger that can quickly charge the battery - you will be riding away all day!
Excellent handling from a sturdy aluminium frame and fluid bearings, suitable for riders up to 120kg, the Bolzzen Atom Pro is a great mid-range scooter that is often underrated by customers who critique only from online viewing. See for yourself first hand, and test ride at WalkSmart! You will not be disappointed.
WalkSmart recommends that you check your local state laws and regulations in relation to using electric scooters in public locations, roads and footpaths. Laws vary state by state and therefore may limit use to private locations only. Each local body is reviewing public electric scooter use, so we expect it to be regulated, but legal in all states within the short term. Feel free to contact WalkSmart if you have any further queries.