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DYU UL2272 Certified Seated Electric Scooter

DYU is a UL2272 certified, LTA compliant e-scooter. This is one of the most popular seated e-scooter in the market due to its overall weight, room for additional accessories and affordability.

In addition, it looks and feels like an electric bicycle (e-bike) thus appeals to existing bicycle owners.

 

Design

At 13kg and slightly more than 1m in length, the DYU seated e-scooter is extremely portable. Not to mention that the designer deliberately crafted a groove below the holding area for a more natural carrying posture. It can be easily brought up to the MRT or bus.

The front stem is also foldable. After folding, it measures 0.2m in width. You can easily fit up to 2 units in a regular sized car boot. Though the DYU UL2272 e-scooter does not have suspension, its 12-inch front and rear pneumatic tires are extremely comfortable even on long rides.

Features

The DYU UL2272 certified seated e-scooter is packed with a whole lot of cool features such as electric horn, App support, front light, rear braking light, in-app self-diagnostic, cruise control and a lot more.

The slim and sleek appearance coupled with a quiet 36V 250W DC brushless motor is able to carry up to 120kg load.

* Product specifications are subjected to change without notice.

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What is UL2272?
In layman’s terms, the UL2272 is a U.S. certification awarded to electrical mobility devices that have met the standards of a comprehensive system of safety tests. The testing parameters include both electrical and mechanical components as well as environmental aspects to assess electrical safety. To further explain, the assessment takes into account how resistant the devices are against impact, extreme temperatures, water exposure and other factors. Under these conditions, signs of short circuiting and imbalance charging would indicate a possibility of fire and therefore deemed as less than ideal in level of electrical safety.

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