Folding Scooter FILA F145 - 2017 - SPECIAL OFFER
Premium quality, folding mechanism, foam handlebar grips, anti-slip deck, 2-point sleeve.
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Folding Scooter FILA F145 - 2017
The Folding Scooter FILA F145 – 2017 is a premium scooter suitable for adults and juniors. The scooter is made of the best materials, with emphasis put on technical reliability of the used parts. The sturdy structure, high quality ABEC 7 bearings, adjustable handlebar height and 145mm wheels suitable for asphalt road riding provide excellent riding characteristics and a high level of comfort. Moreover, the intuitive folding mechanism makes it possible to reduce the scooter (including the handlebars) to a comfortable size so you can carry it in your hand. The scooter also features an anti-slip tape on the deck and strong, rear step-on brake for better safety.
- Simple folding mechanism (including handlebars)
- Soft foam handlebar grips
- Anti-slip deck
- 360° handlebars
- Rear step-on brake
- 2-point sleeve
- Frame: aluminum
- Adjustable handlebar height: 80-92cm
- Handlebar width: 32cm
- Handle width: 10.5cm
- Deck height from the ground: 8cm
- Wheel size: 145mm
- Wheel material: PU
- Usable deck dimensions: 34.5 x 11cm
- Deck dimensions: 52 x 11cm
- Bearings: ABEC 7
- Scooter dimensions: 72 x 32 x 80cm
- Folded up dimensions: 87 x 28 x 12cm
- Weight limit: 100kg
- Weight: 2.75kg
Folding Scooter FILA F145 - 2017 - Product parameters
Maximum weight limit of the load. For average weight 80 kg, 100 kg weight limit is optimal, if you want to use the scooter for recreational purposes only. For heavy terrain and frequent use, you may want to choose a steel frame scooter with the weight limit in the range of 120 - 150 kg.
The recommended handlebar height for adults is generally 90 - 120 cm. Suitable handlebar height for children is usually 50 cm and higher (depends on the height of the child). The ideal handlebar height is approximately at the level of the rider's hipbone. If the handlebars are too low, the rider may experience back pain. If the handlebars are too high, steering the scooter becomes difficult.