China wholesale Koowheel patent bluetooth smart scooter 6.5inch with led lights K3 for Bulgaria Importers

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1. Koowheel Patent design;

2. CE/ROHS/SGS certificates;

3. Gravity sensors, not the regular 4pcs silicone gros, more sensetive and stable, lower defective rate;

4. Led lights on the whole pedals;

5. Bluetooth speaker;


Pls check the video to know more on the model Koowheel K3:



1. Samsung original imported battery;

2. Taotao Tech mainboard;

3. Hanghong motor;

4. Raw materials made cover with UV covered;

5. Aluminium alloy body;

6. UL/CE certificated charger.


Warranty: 2 years

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