MINIMULA STANDARD Elegant and practical electric scooter with Bluetooth integration and lots of useful features
Have you ever felt like electric scooters are outdated or boring? Minimula is here to break this stereotype. The first Bluetooth-integrated scooter with double-wheel suspension, remote controls and security alarm, Minimula has instantly become the top pick of 2016. With 350W motor and 36v (6.7Ah) battery, this ultimate device can carry you for 25+ km per single charge and still have some juice for the way back. Unique foldable design and intuitive controls make your experience enjoyable and (CAUTION!) highly addictive. Available in white and black.
Simply beautiful handle design has two main throttles for acceleration and braking, and a minimalistic display with the current speed and battery charge. You won’t be able to resist a succinct smiley face it makes before you start a journey.
Minimula team has made a remarkable effort in designing double wheel amortisation that can be felt after your very first step on this scooter. Protecting you from bumps and road insignificancies, this system has proven to be an effective solution for riding in an urban landscape.
Thin inflatable front tyre lets you easily navigate Minimula, whereas the motorised back wheel with a solid tyre provides the power output. Once the speed limit is reached, the light disc on the back wheel starts to glimmer with a bright green light.
A simple three-button remote has the on/off functions and enables the alarm feature if you want to leave your Minimula unattended. While in the security mode, any movement of your scooter will activate the alarm and send you a phone notification.*
Elegant custom Minimula app for iOS and Android lets you control the speed settings, track your journey on the map, check for other riders nearby and enable the child fence function.
With just a few simple steps you can fold Minimula for further transportation and lock the handle to the back brake. With the overall weight of about 9 kg, you can easily carry or drag the scooter in crowded areas.