It’s really easy! There are 2 ways:
1) Plug the adaptor directly into the charging socket on the bike.
2) Simply remove your lightweight lithium-ion battery and take it in your home, school, university, work or anywhere with a standard 13 amp socket outlet and charge away.
How many times can the battery be charged?
Our lightweight Lithium Ion battery can be charged approximately 1,000 times, which is more than twice the number of an equivalent lead acid battery.
Can I buy another battery so that don’t run out of charge?
Yes you have the option in the ‘check-out’ area to buy another battery and effectively double your range.
What is the Delivery Lead-time?
Delivery is dependent upon your location; we always try to get your Eskuta to you as quickly as possible. Each Eskuta is built to order, so that’s especially for you and each order has a ‘Pre Delivery Inspection (PDI) and test ride to ensure your Eskuta is perfect.
Manufacturing usually takes 7 – 10 days, so we quote 14 days for delivery. On most occasions, it usually a little bit quicker.
Currently, you can legally buy an eScooter, but you can't ride it on the UK public road, cycle lane or pavement. The only place an eScooter can be used is on private land, with the permission of the landowner.
However, you may have seen electric scooter trails around the UK. We are confident that in 2021 eScooters will be made legal to use on the road and in cycle lanes (and we have it on good authority).
We're also aware of the specification for the legalisation of eScooters and the KS-350 has been designed to meet these regulations So, you can be sure that when the law does change, you can get on the road on your KS-350 legally.
Do you stock spare parts for Eskuta’s?
Yes, we carry every single part of an Eskuta in stock so you can be assured if you need to replace a part, the chances are we can get it to you within a couple of days. If you need a part, just call our sales-line
How safe is an Eskuta KS-350?
The KS-350 is built to exacting standards with a host of safety features as standard. As with all motorised vehicles, there a risk when riding them. We recommend that you always wear a helmet and follow the safe riding guide in the Owner's Manual.