As the name implies, it is light, a little lighter than Inokim Quick 2. In my opinion, it looks very stylish with many colors to choose from. Check them out.
Some information on the Inokim Light. There are actually 2 versions: –
- Standard Version (20 – 25km travelling distance per charge) – Retail Price: S$1,599
- Extended Version (30 – 35km travelling distance per charge) – Retail Price: S$1,749
- Transmission: 36V 8.5 inch Brushless Hub motor
- Battery: Li-Ion 36V 8Ah/10.4 Ah
- Weight: 12-13 kg
- Charge time: 4-5 hrs for full charge
- Top Speed: Configurable between 17 and 25 km/h
- Top Range: 20/30 km
- Braking System: Rear drum brakes
- Loading Capacity: 100 kg
- Tires: 8.5 inch pneumatic tires front and rear
- Accessories: Integrated LED Safety Light, LCD Display, Bell
- Available in Black, White, Orange, Blue and Green colors
One of the biggest differences on the Inokim Light as compared to the Inokim Quick 2 is the size of the tires. The Inokim Light has 8.5-inch tires whereas the Inokim Quick 2 has a 10-inch pneumatic tires.
Check out the video.
Here is the link to the official distributor of Inokim in Singapore
My only wish now is that the relevant authority or authorities could quickly sort out the details on how they are going to enforce the growing community of e-Scooter enthusiasts on the road/park/pavement.
For now, the rules are clear. You will have to ride this e-transport with caution.