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Raine launches an electric scooter without a lock

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Raine, an Australian electric scooter startup, is offering urban residents and commuters who do n’t want to drive or take public transport in the city a high-quality alternative to personal travel: the Raine CyberScooter standing electric scooter, which People focus on the needs of electric mobility, which balances performance, endurance, comfort and safety.

Raine launches an electric scooter without a lock

CyberScooter is equipped with a 500w in-wheel motor, powered by a 48V, 500-600Wh lithium battery, with a total weight of 11.8kg, a maximum speed of 50 kilometers per hour, and a range of 40 kilometers. The battery can be fully charged in 5 hours, or 50% of the charge in less than 2 hours. This can last up to 20 kilometers. According to Raine, CyberScooter has enough power to climb 20 ° slopes and hills.

Durability, manoeuvrability and safety are the primary considerations as an urban travel tool. CyberScooter's frame is made of carbon fiber and aerospace-grade aluminum. The surface of the pedals is a high-grip composite washable silicone. The unique dual vertical rods of the electric scooter help balance and handle. Raine weighs 119 kg on CyberScooter, including a backpack or other luggage.

Raine launches an electric scooter without a lock

CyberScooter's 10-inch high-grip vacuum tires are used in conjunction with front and rear spring damping suspension systems to reduce the driving burden. Front and rear electronic ABS braking systems with traction control include hydraulic disc brakes and regenerative anti-friction rear brakes, which charge the battery when you step on the brake or slow it down.

CyberScooter is equipped with LED lights for night travel and can adjust the brightness and color of individual lights. The car also has an electronic anti-theft lock controlled by the application on the handlebar, reducing the hassle of carrying other locks.

Raine launches an electric scooter without a lock

A 5.1-inch-wide LED display panel is integrated on the center top of the handlebar to display battery power, current time, speed, and estimated remaining mileage. CyberScooter has built-in GPS, which is used in conjunction with the Raine mobile app to help navigate and always show the location of the electric scooter when traveling.

 

Raine launches an electric scooter without a lock

CyberScooter is relatively lightweight and easy to carry. When riding is not needed, the user can fold it up at any time. When you're ready to ride, just unfold it to start riding. After folding, you can put CyberScooter in the trunk of the car to facilitate subsequent riding.

Raine launches an electric scooter without a lock

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