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Ebretti 318 AGM

Ebretti 318
Ebretti 318 85
Ebretti 318 85
Ebretti 318 85
ebretti_318-techspecs-dimensions-mm 85
BatteryAGM (gel)
Range30 km
Charge Time4-6 hours
Power1.2 kW (1.6 hp)
PriceNZ$2.312ยข
made in Holland  

Specifications

BrandEbretti
Model318
Speed25 km/h
Power1.2 kW (1.6 hp)
Weight116 kg
BatteryAGM (gel)
Battery Life400 cyclesโ„น
Range30 km
Charge Time4-6 hours
 

The Ebretti 318 is an electric scooter from a Dutch manufacturer. The scooter can be configured with 18 different colors and 12 different saddles.

The scooter has 2 battery options:

AGM Silicium Gel with range of 30 km and a charge time of 4-6 hours
32 Ah Lithium with a range of 70 km and a charge time of 3-4 hours with optional fast charging for a charge time of 2 hours.

The Lithium version is available with a removeable battery.

The AGM version is only available as 25 km/h model. The Lithium versions are available as 25 km/h and 45 km/h model.

 

2020 Ebretti models

518Ebretti 518 100
NZ$5.692
LiFePo4 (LFP)
70-95 km
418ebretti 418 100
NZ$4.981
LiFePo4 (LFP)
140 km
318Ebretti 318 100
NZ$4.091
LiFePo4 (LFP)
45-70 km
518Ebretti 518 100
NZ$3.913
AGM (gel)
30-50 km
318Ebretti 318 100
NZ$2.312
AGM (gel)
30 km
 

Exporter

Ebretti BV
Gastelseweg 147-b
4705 AB Roosendaal
The Netherlands
+31 (0)165 769142
info@ebretti.nl

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