Top Features of WideWheel Pro in 2020
Posted 24th January 2020. Category: General.
The WideWheel Pro electric scooter is the latest update to its earlier version which released in 2019. Although the previous model has been our favourite model to date, the newest version is loaded with additional features like a larger battery, better display, dual brakes, reinforced design.
In today's blog post we shall be discussing the latest features of the WideWheel Pro escooter which has improved the performance of the escooter exponentially:
Features of WideWheel Pro!
WideWheel Pro has gotten a new digital display that showcases speed, battery, mileage, cruise control and power mode options.
The e-scooter has a new LED headlight that is mounted on the front of the display.
Upgraded brake system:
It features the upgraded version of the front and rear 120 mm disc brakes — this aide in offering more stopping power and the ability to switch between front and rear braking power.
As compared to the previous model, the 2020 version of the electric scooter can speed up to 26 mph, i.e. 41.8 km/h. Hence, the electric scooter helps the user ride a bit faster.
The 2020 WideWheel Pro gets a larger 48V 15Ah (720 Wh) battery that offers around 10-15% more range than the previous model.
The stem, fork, and frame have all been upgraded to make the scooter a sturdy model. The stem is now thicker, and the fork is reinforced.
The 2020 WideWheel Pro has upgraded controllers for better efficiency to help with better power delivery as well as improved range.
These were some of the latest features that have been added to the newest version of the WideWheel PRo. If you liked what you read about the e-scooter, book a test ride for yourself right now! To know more about the e-scooter check this link: Click Here!
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.