Nanrobot | The Electric Future

For serious e-scooter riders, we offer the exciting and furious Nanrobot Electric Scooters! All these e-scooters feature powerful twin motors enabling them to reach fast top speeds.

At The Electric Future, we stock three different models of Nanrobot e-scooter plus Nanrobot accessories and parts. Including charger upgrades and seats for each of the models.

All our Nanrobot Electric Scooters arrive with a 24 month warranty and are available to purchase with one of our Payment options.

Get a Nanrobot in your life

The Nanrobot series of exciting electric scooters are one of our premium brands at The Electric Scooter. Each scooter features twin motors with incredible top speeds, long ranges, duo suspension all encapsulated in a stylish modern street scooter design. Engineered precisely with perfect appointments.

We stock the Nanrobot Lightning Electric Scooter, The Nanrobot D6+ disc brake and Nanrobot D6+ hydraulic brake versions, and the state-of-the-art Nanrobot LS7+ which can reach a top speed of 88+ Km/h and a huge range of up to 72 Km!

We also offer additional Nanrobot chargers that reduces the charge time for each of the Nanrobot e-scooter models. And we offer Nanrobot seats which make scooter rides more comfortable. Reducing journey fatigue.

FAQ

We offer the Nanrobot Lightning Electric Scooter, The Nanrobot D6+ in both disc brake and hydraulic brake versions, and the Nanrobot LS7+ electric scooter models. Plus we supply accessories and spares for all the Nanrobot e-scooter models.

An adult electric scooter is a motorised scooter that has a motor and battery that glides you along. They generally have brakes, chunky tyres, LED lighting, sophisticated hardware, and dedicated apps. Some have suspension, Bluetooth, and seats!

Yes. They're pretty green and don’t release any emissions into the atmosphere.

No. Currently, you are not allowed to ride privately owned electric scooters in public areas or on roads in the UK. You can only ride electric scooters on private land with permission from the owner.

A lot of the countries in Europe such as Germany, France, Poland, and Spain do have rules and regulations that allow you to ride on public roads, public spaces, and bike lanes.

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