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Cobra 8mph Scooter

Save £13.02
Original price £3,859.00
Current price £3,845.98
The Cobra is a revolutionary scooter in terms of design, aesthetics and styling. It has been aerodynamically designed to give an outstandingly stable drive and maximise battery consumption. The Cobra features a comfortable rotating seat, with sliding and reclining facility. It can reach up to an impressive 30 miles on a full battery charge, while it has a top speed of 8mph. User comfort is paramount, with the Cobra containing all-round suspension, adjustable armrests, headrest and tiller.
  • The Cobra is a revolutionary scooter in terms of design, aesthetics and styling.
  • It has been aerodynamically designed to give an outstandingly stable drive and maximise battery consumption.
  • The Cobra features a comfortable rotating seat, with sliding and reclining facility.
  • It can reach up to an impressive 30 miles on a full battery charge, while it has a top speed of 8mph.
  • User comfort is paramount, with the Cobra containing all-round suspension, adjustable armrests, headrest and tiller.

    PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
  • Top speed of 8mph*
  • Maximum range of 30 miles on full battery charge*
  • Comfortable rotating seat with sliding and reclining facility
  • Electromagnetic brake system and emergency brakes
  • Height adjustable headrest to suit user requirements
  • Armrests are angle and width adjustable and flip up for easy side transfers
  • All round suspension ensures a smooth ride and optimal handling
  • One touch hydraulic tiller adjustment to suit user requirements and assist easy transportation
  • Excellent turning circle for use in small areas and busy environments
  • LED lighting and high level indicators and front and rear lights for maximum visibility at dusk or when dark
  • Twin rear view mirrors for extra visibility
  • Stylish 'Blade' alloy wheels with black pneumatic tyres for a smoother ride
  • Delta bars as standard
  • Rear anti tip wheels as standard
  • Anti roll back system safety device prevents scooter from rolling backwards on hills