Equipped with 10 "air wheels, the HIMO L2 electric scooter offers a smooth and secure driving experience on almost every ground. It boasts up to 350W of continuous power, and with an increased range of 40km, you'll be prepared for whatever is in your path.
The L2 is a rugged folding electric scooter from HIMO. With an expansive, extended deck and tall handlebars, it can comfortably accommodate up to 100kg riders.
A 350w front-hub motor powers the scooter up to its top speed of 15.5mph (25km) in seconds. Three switchable drive modes of eco, standard and sport provide speed limits (9.3, 12.4 and 15.5mph, respectively), allow riders fine control and assist in maximising range. 420W of peak power allows the L2 to tackle gradients up to 20%.
The L2’s 205mm deck is 25% wider than many scooters. It allows riders to spread out, assist with balance, or ride with their feet alongside each other, reducing fatigue on longer rides. The longer wheelbase also helps with stability at speed. At 62mm wide and 10 inches in diameter, the large-volume pneumatic tyres offer fantastic ride comfort, smoothing rough terrain and damping the effects of potholes.
HIMO have prioritised rider safety with a soft rubber deck cover and handlebar grips, keeping riders secure. A mechanical rear disc brake is paired with front hub-motor braking, with the option to just use the electronic brake by applying only the right-hand brake lever. The simple-to-use folding release catch incorporates a locking safety mechanism to ensure the latch cannot be accidentally released.
Top speed: Approximately 15.5mph
Maximum range: Approximately 21.7 miles
Maximum payload: 100kg
Climb angle: 20%
Licence plate mount
Front, rear and side reflectors
LED headlights and tail lights
350W (420W peak) hub motor
374Wh (10.4Ah) battery
Tyre size: 10 inch
Charge time: 6 hours
42V 2A Charger
Net weight: 18.7kg
Dimensions folded: 1180 x 495 x 1200mm
Dimensions unfolded: 1180 x 495 x 490mm
Suitable for 4’ to 6’7” (120-200cm)
Recommended for 16 years+
Warning: Riding electric scooters on public roads, pavements, or cycle paths is illegal. They are intended only for use on private land with the owner's permission.