Scooterson has introduced a smart Rolley+ electric scooter with thick tires.
In recent years, several electric scooters with thick tires like Scrooser and Phatty have already been released, but the Scooterson Rolley+, which looks like them, stands out pleasantly against the general background with advanced functionality and ease of use. The company is currently raising funds to launch its production on Indiegogo.
Rolley+ is an electric scooter with aerospace aluminum alloy bearings on non-standard 200/30-11 Kenda tires in combination with a carbon-reinforced polymer body and a padded seat over the rear wing. A 750-watt geared motor generates 80 Nm of torque and accelerates the scooter to a speed of 30 km/h, and a removable battery with a capacity of 750 W/ h provides up to 50 km of driving on a single charge. A full charge takes about 3 hours. Braking occurs with disc brakes. The adaptive headlight turns on automatically if necessary.
A mobile companion application for a smartphone, for which there are fasteners on the steering wheel, connects to Rolley+ via Bluetooth or LTE and is used to select four levels of motor assistance. The scooter is unlocked in two ways: using a mobile application or through a facial recognition program. Also, through the application, you can turn on and off the headlights from the front and rear and receive notifications about the battery level. To prevent theft, the Find My Scooter function works, showing the location of Rolley+ on the map, which can also be reported to authorized relatives and friends.
The development and prototyping stages have been completed, and a small batch has already been launched into the production cycle. It is planned to send the first ready-made models to sponsors in May 2022.