Dualped Ultra The world's fastest 60V electric scooter..pre-order yours for a special price of $2599 by calling us at 647-951-4207 available end of September
Why spend $6K + elsewhere and be left behind?
From as little as $999 (Dualped Spider) or $1599 (DualpedDiablo) or even $2999USD (Dualped Ultra) you'll be the KING of the streets..
An INSANE 100+km/h (Dualped Ultra) will leave the competition DROOLING..
Dual specially tuned 2800W motors for the highest RPM's anywhere and insane torque! 2 specially designed controllers at 45 amps and 42ah LG Premium Cells.
Adjustable Four-Pole Hydraulic front shock absorbers and Dual Springs in the back + dual fast charging ability only 6h from empty & YES it come with a seat..
USA & Canada 5 business days for delivery when in stock..Allow 4-8 weeks for delivery world-wide via UPS or Fed-X depending where you live.
Warranty is 6 months on parts and 1 year on the battery on scooters over $2,000 and Scooters under $2000 have a 3 month parts and 6 month battery warranty, Customers are responsible for the costs involved with import duties, taxes and tariffs + shipping a replacement warranty item. There are no refunds all sales are final. Product failures that occur due to extensive use, severe impacts, wear and tear, improper installation, or lack of proper maintenance are not eligible for warranty.
Liability: Use at own risk, Dualped is not liable for any injuries related to incidents or accidents to the user or afflicted third-parties involving the use of any of the devices we sell. We promote safe use and always recommend wearing a helmet and protective gear while riding in addition to safe training practices.
Know and be aware of your local laws surrounding the use of these fabulous alternative electric mobility devices. Electric scooters, are not defined in the Canadian or US motor vehicle acts, which means they are considered motor vehicles. Motor vehicles are prohibited on sidewalks and bike lanes. These devices are mostly only legally and only permitted on private property, trails and parks where permitted by municipal bylaws. We encourage you to contact the correct authorities to determine where you are permitted to ride.