TECHTRON Ultra 5000 Electric Scooter - (electric scooter) (PRE-ORDER ETA TBC)

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  • £599.00
  • Regular price £649.00
Tax included.

The techtron® Ultra 5000 is our fastest and most powerful electric scooter, it has an incredible build quality that is able to withstand even the toughest of terrain.

Featuring front and rear suspension, LCD digital control panel, bottle holder, phone holder, super bright LED headlights, built-in USB charger and 10” pneumatic, all terrain tyres making the Ultra 5000 the perfect choice for the serious rider.

Technical Details

Max Speed 25 km/h (Limited) up to 40 km/h via App
Max Distance from 0 to 40 km
Motor Power 500 W (Avg) 1000 W (Peak)
Speed Modes 3
Cruise Control Yes
Charging Time 6 Hours
Battery Capacity 48V 12Ah
Water Resistance                IPX4
Suspension Front / Rear Absorber
Wheel Type Air-Filled
Tyre Size 10" / 25.4 cm x 8cm
Inner Tube Size 10" / 25.4 cm x 8cm
Hill Incline 20%

Drive Type Rear Wheel Drive
Brakes System Front Disc, Rear Disc + Electric
Kick Stand Yes
Accelerator Control                                         Thumb Press
Brake Control Lever
Handlebar Grips Rubber
Front Light LED
Rear Light LED
Reflectors Yes
Bell Electronic & Mechanical
Mudguards Yes
Glow in the Dark Yes

Display      Multi-Functional LED Display
App Yes
App Name techtron®
Compatibility                                            iOS, Android


  • Note: powered transporters are subject to legal restrictions on their use. It is the rider's responsibility to use powered transporters safely and in permitted areas in accordance with current rules and laws.
  • Important note about battery range or duration on all of the electric battery powered products available to purchase at Scuff Wheels: due to the nature of battery power storage technologies and associated physical limits and constraints the estimated range or duration of batteries is, in all circumstances, to be considered as an approximate indicative estimated value, (depending on ambient temperature and working conditions) and always intended to be from 0 up to the maximum achievable in testing condition as stated by the manufacturer.