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Daymak Utility Deluxe

Daymak Utility Deluxe electric cargo scooter 500 watt
Daymak Utility Deluxe electric cargo scooter 500 watt 85
Daymak Utility Deluxe electric cargo scooter 500 watt 85
Daymak Utility Deluxe electric cargo scooter 500 watt 85
Daymak Utility Deluxe electric cargo scooter 500 watt 85
Daymak Utility Deluxe electric cargo scooter 500 watt 85
Daymak Utility Deluxe electric cargo scooter 500 watt 85
Daymak Utility Deluxe electric cargo scooter 500 watt 85
Daymak Utility Deluxe electric cargo scooter 500 watt 85
BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Range50 km
Charge Time6-8 hours
Power500 watt (0.7 hp)
PriceNZ$3.050ยข
made in Canada  

Specifications

BrandDaymak
ModelUtility Deluxe
Speed25 and 45 km/h
Power500 watt (0.7 hp)
Weight113 kg
BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Battery Life400 cyclesโ„น
Range50 km
Charge Time6-8 hours
 

Clean Tech North AwardThe Utility Deluxe is an electric cargo scooter from Daymak, a manufacturer of light electric vehicles (LEV) from from Canada. The company was founded in 2001 and is dedicated to environmentally friendly clean mobility. Daymak has been named one of the Greenest companies in Ontario and it’s products have won a Cleantech North Award.

The Utility Deluxe has a 500 watt electric motor in the rear wheel.

The scooter has a 20 Ah lead acid battery for a range of 50km.

The scooter has emergency pedals and can be used as a bicycle.

The scooter is available with a wide range of cargo boxes, racks and baskets.

The scooter is available in any color and with a custom business print.

The scooter can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.

 

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18650 Lithium
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AlienDaymak Alien electric scooter 500 watt 100
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ChameleonDaymak Chameleon electric scooter 500 watt 100
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OdysseyDaymak Odyssey electric scooter 500 watt 100
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SunshineDaymak Sunshine electric scooter with solar panels 500 watt 100
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Gel
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Sales Department

Daymak
15 Curity Ave.
Toronto, Ontario
M4B 1X4
Canada

Phone: +1 416-658-3993
Email: sales@daymak.com
Skype: davsol1
Facebook Messenger: m.me/Daymak.eBikes

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