RND F16 UL2272 Certified Electric Scooter
RND F16 is a UL2272 certified, LTA compliant e-scooter.
F16 UL2272 certified electric scooter (e-scooter) is an unqiue model that use a new acceleration method. Instead of the traditional thumb and finger throttle, this e-scooter uses a foot controlled accelerator.
In addition, the RND F16 is probably the lightest 10″ e-scooter with rear wheel drive.
Like in cars and bicycles, we have been using our foot to drive or pedal. Therefore the F16 e-scooter adopts this familiar method. Coupled with an intelligent controller inside the pedal, the e-scooter accelerates gradually. Thus allows the ride to be as smooth as the car driving. There is no recoil force when accelerating and decelerating, giving you a superior comfortable riding experience.
In addition, it also frees up your hand and let you concentrate on steering and braking.
Powerful rear wheel drive
The RND F16 UL2272 certified e-scooter uses a 36V 350W DC brushless motor at its rear. Rear wheel drive e-scooters have a push effect like motorcycles which gives better handling and comfort.
The RND F16 e-scooter also boasts a new folding mechanism unseen in other e-scooters. The patented Swallow Tail folding design holds the stem firmly while still allows quick release when folding is required.
Unlike most of the mid-range e-scooters have 8″ and below tyres, the RND F16 UL2272 certified e-scooter comes with 10″ front and rear pneumatic tyres. Larger tyres means a more comfortable ride especially on bumpy roads.
Mounted with 10″ pneumatic tyres, rear disc brakes, front and rear lights, the RND F16 has the elements of a safe e-scooter.
* Product specifications subjected to change without notice.
From 1 April 2020, e-scooter will be inspected and registered with Land Transport Authority (LTA) before transferring the ownership to you. The $7 transfer fee is payable by the customer directly to LTA.
From 5 Nov 2019, e-scooters are not allowed to be used on pedestrian paths or footpaths.
As of 6 Aug 2019, the RND F16 is certified to UL2272.
For more details on LTA registration, please refer to this article.