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JiMove Electric Bike EN15194 PAB

Posted By: henlylow84

Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2020

Price: $1,280.00

Mobile: +65 83899576

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[LTA Compliance with EN15194 certification]
Free LTA Registration and Number Plate


Introduce the latest and most popular electric bike, Ji-Move model. JI-MOVE LC is a compact foldable ebike. Equipped with 14″ wheels, disc brakes, detachable LG high quality li-ion battery, this ebike is one of the top choices for daily commuting use. Detachable battery allowed user to replace battery for longer distance and continue to enjoy the journey.


User friendly design with easy folding feature which is ideal model for food delivery, travel to work, sending child to school. Can arrange for test ride if you are interested. Please contact Mr. Low, 65 83899576


Specification:-
- Portable detachable battery
- Weight: 20kg
- Material: Aluminium
- Max weight: 120kg
- Digital display, 5 speed mode
- Speed 25km/h
- Charging 4-6 hours
- Battery over charge protection
- 14 inch pneumatic sports tyres
- Lithium battery 36V, 9.9Ah (LG)
- Front & rear disc brake
- Motor 250W DC brushless
- Travel distance: 60km
- EN15194, LTA Registered Orange Seal, Singapore Safety Mark
- 6 months Warranty
- Price: $1280 (PM for promotion price - limited period)


*Free gift: Rear rack, , Cushion Seat, Pouch, Tool kit


Please contact or Whatsapp Mr. Low if you are interested, 65 83899576. Can arrange for test ride.




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