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FAQ X10 Scooter
X10 Off Road Scooter
if you’re going semi off road, with varying terrains but not too much of speed, climbing rocks and jumps but handles city commuting at the same time, then the X10 scooter with dual motor, peak 2400W off road scooter would be the perfect offroad electric scooter can meet both transportation and entertainment needs.
Max Speed of X10 scooter is 50km/h or 32 mph at battery voltage 48V.
Access throttle P setting, set the value to “FF” on P4. Learn more
X10 e-scooter has dual motor of 1200W, total output power levels as much as 2400 Watts, not like the most budget commuter scooter X7 or X8 electric scooter 350W, struggling to dominate hills and other inclines, X10 is quite an all terrain capable scooter.
HX riders could set dual / single motor scooter X10 via P3 Setting, Front Drive or Rear Drive or Dual Drive on Throttle setting Value: F=Front; B=Rear; D=Dual
Off road electric scooter X10 can go up to 100 km (60 miles) on a full charge, powered by 18.2 Ah removable battery which takes 6-8 hours to charge completely.
The HX X10 electric scooter can be folded in one step. The folding buckle comes at your fingertips in 3 seconds.
Yes. X10 dual motor scooter comes with detachable battery pack design. Easy to be removed and recharged.
1- Unscrew and lift the pedal cover
2- Unplug the battery pack
Super convenient if you need a new replacement. You can buy one from HX scooter online store or local official distributors.
Yes, electric stand up scooter X10 is battery-powered, however, if HX X10 runs out of battery, you can ride X10 manually like a kick scooter.
HX X10 scooter net weight is 72 lbs (33kg), X10 Max scooter weight limit is 330lbs (150kg).
All HX scooters are at IP54 waterproof level. Riding on a drizzling day is acceptable. But we don’t suggest riding it on a slipper surface for rider’s safety.
No. All HX e scooter models comes with not adjustable handlebar.
X10 dual motor scooter supports two way charging, you can charge the HX scooter X10 by plugging in the charger to a standard wall outlet or remove the battery pack to charge it separately.
Low environmental impact e-scooters are all over the place. Many people use them to get home from the city centre as a cheaper alternative to a taxi or other public transportation. A real budget solution to the ‘final mile’ problem.
In most cases, Electric Scooters are not classified as full motor vehicles and therefore it is unusual that the police would appear to stop you on streets.
Legally, they’re illegal to use on public roads, cycle lanes and pavements. The only e-scooters that can be ride on public roads are those Shared electric scooters as part of government-backed trials.