Li-Fe 350HC Electric Scooter

Li-Fe 350HC Electric Scooter



  • Motor power - 350W
  • Maximum range - Up to 28km / 17.5 miles
  • Recharge time - 5-6 hours
  • Maximum speed - 25kmh / 15.5mph
  • Waterproof rating - IP55 (UK Weatherproof)
  • Wheels/tyres - 8.5" honeycomb puncture proof
  • Max rider weight - 120kg
  • Weight - 14.6kg
  • Stylish maple wooden deck with rubber grip



  • The Li-Fe 350HC is a firm customer favourite - built with a powerful 350W motor for improved hill climbing ability, a 7.5Ah battery for up to 17.5 miles (28km), a USB smartphone charge port and a high-quality maple wood deck for a style finish and comfort.


    The wooden deck is inspired by skateboards but with a much grippier and durable, wipe clean anti-slip rubber cover for added confidence in the dry or the wet. Talking of the wet, has an industry leading IP55 waterproof rating, meaning unlike scooters from other brands it can be used in the rain without voiding the warranty or damaging your scooter.


    We’ve fitted the 350HC with honeycomb tyres – meaning there aren’t any inner tubes to inflate so you can’t possibly get a puncture. The honeycomb design also adds flexibility which provides comfort, improved grip and in our opinion, a style points too.


    Up front the scooter has an integrated LCD screen that shows rider speed, power mode (there are 3 to choose from) and battery level. It also has 3 x super bright LED lights that are integrated into the display for maximum visibility. We’ve also added USB charge point, effectively acting like a power bank for smart devices like mobile phones and we’ve upgraded the folding mechanism to a premium version for even easier folding.


    For safety and to avoid accidental acceleration we’ve fitted the 350 HC with a push-start throttle which only starts once the scooter is travelling at 3kph. Powerful mechanical disc brakes provide improved braking and help bring you to a stop in all conditions. When the rear brake lever is pressed the integrated rear light flashes brightly for maximum visibility


    UK Legislation: currently, it is illegal to use electric scooters on the public highway, including cycle paths and pavements. Legislation is currently under review following the Governments continued message of avoiding public transport as well as seeking “green” travel solutions. It is the complete responsibility of the customer to ensure that you operate your e-scooter within all local laws. The customer assumes all liability and risk associated with the use of electric scooter products.