Titanium foldable e-scooter TROLLI

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Titanium foldable e-scooter TROLLI

Postby trolli » Wed Jun 21, 2017 11:30 am

Hello Guys!

I am glad to show you my product: titanium foldable e-scooter http://trol.li

3 years ago I have started my e-way from chinese e-scooters(all R.I.P), then have built my first custom scooter on top of big-wheeled-scooter-frame(still alive :)) and after all decide that I need super durable frame. That was birth of TROLLI-project. For now we have test samples with >1000 km summary mileage, tested by people 80-120 kg of weight in an every day usage. We had accidents with bikes ( 2:0 TROLLI wins!), we had made a lot of changes in scooter construction and killed a box of controllers. So now I want to have some feedback from the world :)

Aside of main things (yes, it is really titanium, has 5 years frame-guarantee and yes it is really foldable-and-same-time-no-play-on-the-go), TROLLI can be considered as a platform: you can easily change/upgrade/experiment with different batteries or motors.

For now we still have no production-ready "universal" controller, but we are working on it. Final purpose is to have great frame + great and compact and wide-configurable controller (250-2000 Watt, 24-48V) + set of orderable forward forks (for now it is 100mm we easily can produce 120mm and will try to expand line for 160-200mm).

The price...let us call it "not-so-philanthropic" :) (actually it is expensive, I know) But we have no our own factory as well as we have no billion of money to build it, so producing small amounts of custom, titanium product is expensive. But big amounts can decrease price dramatically :)

Finally, I am kindly asking you to leave here any feedback or questions about TROLLI - good or bad. I will appreciate any.

Thank you.
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Re: Titanium foldable e-scooter TROLLI

Postby trolli » Mon Jun 26, 2017 4:35 pm

Hmmm...I think something wrong with this forum, may be it is broken? I cannot see any answers!
It was sad joke.
May be this images will attract more attention:
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Re: Titanium foldable e-scooter TROLLI

Postby The fingers » Tue Jun 27, 2017 1:57 pm

Thought it said TROLL! Maybe would be easier to read in a different font. Old, worsening eyes from looking at computer screens. :pancake:
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Re: Titanium foldable e-scooter TROLLI

Postby chvidgov.bc.ca » Tue Jun 27, 2017 3:18 pm

Not road legal in British Columbia. Check your local regulations.
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Re: Titanium foldable e-scooter TROLLI

Postby trolli » Wed Jun 28, 2017 2:15 am

The fingers wrote:Thought it said TROLL! Maybe would be easier to read in a different font. Old, worsening eyes from looking at computer screens. :pancake:

Good idea :) May be it worth to try TROLLi - thank you for your thoughts
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Re: Titanium foldable e-scooter TROLLI

Postby trolli » Wed Jun 28, 2017 2:22 am

chvidgov.bc.ca wrote:Not road legal in British Columbia. Check your local regulations.

Thank you for your question

The "dashboard computer" allows you to change speed limit by pressing buttons "up" and "down". It has 5 levels of programmable speed limits.
By default they are:
1 - 12km\h
2 - 16 km\h
3 - 20 km\h
4 - 25 km\h
5 - max km\h

It is possible to reprogram this limits to make it legal for any speed regulations

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