THE-URBAN X-SERIES XH1 (HAMBURG)
We love our hometown, Hamburg. Without hesitating we knew – the flagship of our brand THE-URBAN had to be called exactly this: #HMBRG. This model offers amazing value for money and great features. No wonder, it is the critics’ darling.
10“ air tyres make you feel like driving on clouds. The deck offers enough space for your feet, turning even long rides into pure comfort.
With the index finger throttle and five-speed levels, the velocity can be controlled continuously. The height of the handlebar can be adjusted according to the driver’s height.
The motor has a continuous output of 350 watts that guarantee a quick acceleration. The maximum range is 30 km.
Mechanical disk brakes (front and rear) are not only visually impressive, they also do an amazing job and decelerate the vehicle safely.
The lighting system (certified according to the German regulation) has two benefits: On the one hand, the road ahead is properly lit and on the other hand, you are being seen by other road users.
Folding the scooter is only a question of seconds. Due to the small pack size, it can be combined with public transportation or put into the trunk of a car. Unfolding the scooter is just as easy as folding it. The folding mechanism has been proven and tested, properly applied it is safe and reliable. .
Further features are an improved cable route and a rail to lock the scooter.
Max. speed: 28 km/h
Max. range: max. 30 km
Charging time: 70 % in 2 h, 100 % in 4-6 h
Load capacity max: 100 kg
Motor rated power: 350 W
Battery: LI-ION, 36 V, 10,4 AH
Wheel size: 10''
Brake Mechanical: disc brakes front & rear
Light: front & rear
Size: 115 x 55,5 x 92-112 cm
Size folded: 105 x 18 x 38 cm
UK E-Scooter Legislation
Please note, privately-owned e-scooters can not be used on public highways (roads/pavements), and can only be used on private property with the landowner’s consent. Appropriate protective equipment should be worn at all times. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to ride your electric scooter within all UK laws, both national and local.
Privately owned electric scooters are soon going to be legalised to be ridden in public with certain restrictions.