Blade 10 GT Dual Wheel Drive E-Scooter
The Blade 10 GT Electric Scooter is the powerhouse of the Blade 10 scooter variations. With spring suspension and 3000 watts of power the 60 volt battery gives it tons of grunt.
The 3000w motor gives this Blade scooter Canada a really nice acceleration curve; punchy as you could ever want but not mental enough to throw you off. The Blade 10 GT flies up hills and the top speed of 85km/h is way more than most of us will ever want to travel.
The newest iteration of the Blade 10 GT off-road scooter now has a 60V 28A battery which does not disappoint. It has fantastic acceleration and should easily return a 70km range, even ridden reasonably fast, though the weight of the rider does affect this.
The ride quality on the Blade 10 GT e-scooter really is as good as other brands that cost a bit more. The Spring suspension front and rear coupled with 11 x 3 inch pneumatic street tires cope with high speed really well and we were comfortable on our test rides.
We just love the LED lights because they give you such great visibility day and night. The front headlamp is powerful enough for night riding although as always we recommend extra lights on your helmet, handle bar or jacket to make you more visible to others. This model is also equipped with a CNC kickstand.
Max Speed: Up to 85 km/h (52.82 miles)
Battery: 60V 28.8A
Range: 70km (43.5 miles)
Brakes: Hydraulic disc
Tire size(inch): 11in CST wide pneumatic tubeless tire
Size (mm): L1260/H1280/W605
Folded size (mm): L1260/H480/W260
Handle Height Adjustable: 110cm - 140cm
Weight: 45 kg
Max Load: About 120KG
Speed Gears: 3 speed gears
LED Lights: front/rear/brake /Sign LED light
Parts Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty
Labour Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty
Authorized Warranty and Support Contact:
Smart Wheel Canada
Call 1.888.407.4997 option 3
Warranty Limitations / Exclusion:
Damage to the product from misuse and/or neglect, accidental damage, water/liquid damage, salt damage or from not adhering to the instructions in the Owner's Manual. Damage caused by exceeding maximum weight, attempting tricks or running into obstacles like curbs or walls, water or liquid damage or submerges into the water. Improper or invalid documentation, including but not limited to lack of a warranty sheet, original invoice or discrepancies on the invoice.