GoTube Ultra Portable Electric Scooter

GoTube ultra portable electric scooter can be carried on your back for easy commuting when folded. Of course, it also brings you through streets when you step on eScooter.

GoTube Foldable Electric Scooter

Appearance design

The GoTube is an innovative and foldable electric scooter that measures 743 x 415 x 927mm and weighs 12.8 lbs. When folded, it measures 743 x 137 x 97mm. As we can see from the images, the eScooter sports an unique and ultra compact design. With a custom backpack with strap, you can easily carry it on your back, taking a bus or subway, and the compact profile lets you effortlessly store it anywhere in your room or office.

GoTube Foldable Electric Scooter

The eScooter also features carbon fiber cover and aluminum telescopic rod for a durable and lightweight construction, so it’s capable of supporting 300lbs, and the telescopic rod allows it to fit different riders.

Riding performance

The electric scooter comes with a 120W motor and 36V 4Ah rechargeable battery in order to deliver up to 12km riding range and a top speed of 16km/h, and GoTube is powerful enough to handle inclines up to 10 degrees.

Furthermore, both front and rear wheels feature shock absorption that delivers a smooth riding experience, and its front and taillight LED lights make you easily visible when you ride it at night. Using its integrated tachometer with a push button, you can handily control its speed, and an extra USB port lets you directly charge your smartphone via the eScooter.

GoTube Foldable Electric Scooter

Price and shipment date

The crowdfunding campaign for GoTube is ongoing on Kickstarter. You can pledge $299 to preorder the electric scooter and a custom backpack. The bundle will be shipped in March 2017.

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