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The eWheels EW-29 Electric Trike is a sturdy, three-wheeled mobility aid that comes fully assembled and ready to ride. Take it for a spin to run errands or enjoy some fun with your furry friend. The rear storage basket is large enough for a pet or for groceries, and a smaller accessible front basket is ideal for a bag and water bottle. If exercise is your aim, the Electric Trike can be operated by pedaling as well. However, when electric power is your game, twist the hand throttle for power and use the forward/reverse switch for smooth riding and navigation. You can even combine the two. It can reach up to 15 miles per hour and travel up to 20 miles per charge, depending on the rider's weight, terrain, and road surface. This eWheels trike also can go farther than 20 miles by pedaling in addition to using the electric feature.
The electric trike has a low step-through steel frame for easy mounting, and the oversized seat with backrest makes for a pleasant ride. Front and rear suspension also provide a comfortable riding experience. This charming trike also comes with an LED front electric light, back reflectors, an electric horn, and an electric battery indicator.
Features and Benefits
- Supports Up To 400 Pounds
- Reach Speeds of 15 Miles Per Hour
- Large Backrest
- Rear and Front Suspension
- Powerful 500 Watt Motor
- Equipped with Front and Rear Carrying Basket
- Pedal with Ease and Little Effort
- Bright Headlight
- Included Horn for Honking
Key Product Specifications
- Width: 29 Inches
- Length: 67 Inches
- Height: 38 Inches
- Weight: 128 Pounds
- Weight Capacity: 400 Pounds
- Top Speed: 15 Miles per Hour
- Distance Range: 20 Miles
- Motor: 500 W
- Color: Red
- Quantity: Each
- Number of Baskets: 2
- Condition: Limited Mobility
- Manufacturer's Warranty: Frame and Seat Post: Three-Year; Battery Charger: 30 days; Electric Components: One-Year
If the light on the charger is red, the scooter is still charging. When the light turns green, this means the bike is fully charged. Once fully charged, unplug within two hours to avoid overcharging. The charging time varies depending on how charged the batteries are. If almost empty, the charge time may take up to eight hours. If the red lights stay on for more than eight hours, unplug the charger. Only use sealed lead-acid batteries that are deep cycle and maintenance-free for your scooter.
- Do not use lithium-ion batteries. They are not compatible with this scooter.
- The useful life of a battery is quite often a reflection of the care it receives.
- Always charge the batteries in a well-ventilated area.
- The charger is intended for indoor use only.
- Replace all batteries at the same time if weak.
- If the scooter will is not used for an extended period, arrange to have the batteries recharged at least once monthly to avoid deterioration.
- Always keep your feet on the scooter.
- Do not exceed the weight capacity of 400 pounds.
- Do not attempt to lift or move the scooter by any of its removable parts. Personal injury and damage to the electric bike may result.
- Never try to use your scooter beyond its limitations as described in the manual.
- Do not operate your scooter if it is not functioning correctly.
- Do not connect any electrical or mechanical device to the scooter. Failure to obey this instruction may result in injury and will void the warranty.
- Always comply with local laws and regulations.
- Insert the power plug firmly into the battery for electrical power operation.
- Always inspect the scooter's mechanical components and tires before operation.
- Know and practice the rules of safe and responsible riding.
- The trike has the best stability and performs the best under the normal driving conditions (dry, level ground with concrete or asphalt). Extra care must be taken when riding on other surfaces (grass, gravel, etc.).
- DO NOT exceed the specified climbing angle. Do not operate the scooter before you have thoroughly read and understood the manual.
- Always turn the scooter off and set the emergency brake before getting on or off the bike.
- Avoid driving in loose gravel, covered soil, and sandstone.
- Do not drive the scooter in unknown road conditions.
- The scooter can ride over small obstacles within a certain height. Still, you must minimize the speed and slowly drive over the obstacles.
- Do not operate the scooter under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
- Do not park on steep slopes.
- Changing the initial setting of refitting your scooter is forbidden.
- Use caution when operating near busy streets, markets, or shopping centers. Do not operate in unsafe areas.
- Consult local authorities about the traffic rules for scooters in your city.
- Hold the handlebar with both hands and put both feet on the pedals always while operating the scooter.
- Never sit on the scooter in a moving vehicle.
- Do not operate on uneven slopes or uneven ground; be careful when passing over slopes.
- Never take the scooter on an escalator.
- Do not operate on frozen, slippery, or salty roads.
- Never let the batteries freeze; do not charge when frozen.
- Make sure the batteries are fully charged before operating.
- Do not let the batteries ever go entirely dead. When low, do not let sit for an extended period or damage may occur.
- Always use required safety equipment while operating.
- Do not modify or change the electrical system and frame. Doing so will void the warranty.
- This scooter is a recreational scooter and is to be used for improving mobility in your daily activities, such as walking. It is not a medical scooter or medical and does not and is not intended to provide therapeutic benefits, medical assistance, medical therapy, or treat or alleviate any medical condition or disability.
Quick Start Warnings
- Do not disassemble the scooter on your own.
- Avoid touching hot parts of your scooter during or after operating.
- Avoid touching hot parts of your scooter that may have become hot from exposure to sunlight.
- Do not touch any chemicals in the scooter.
- Keep your hands and other body parts away from moving parts of the scooter.
- Do not operate the scooter with any loose clothing or dangling wires, which could become trapped in the wheels or other moving components.
- Do not use any battery which is not approved by the manufacturer for use with your scooter.
- Do not allow children to play on the scooter or use it without supervision.
- Single-person scooters should only be used by one person at a time.
- Do not operate the scooter while under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or other medications that may impair your ability to operate a vehicle.
- Do not operate the scooter while using a mobile phone or other mobile devices.
- Do not operate your scooter if it is not functioning correctly.
- Never try to operate your scooter beyond its limitations as described in the manual.
eWheels EW-29 Operation Guidelines
How to Turn On the Scooter
- Locate the ignition switch underneath the seat.
- Turn the key clockwise to turn on the scooter.
- Turn the key clockwise again to turn on the headlights.
- Turn the key counterclockwise to power off or when stopped.
Weight Limit Safety
Your EW29 Trike accommodates users up to 400 pounds. Periodically check your body weight against your scooter’s limitations, as your weight may fluctuate over time. The operation of this mobility device by a user over the weight limit can damage the scooter. It can cause hazardous situations, including increased braking distances and times, decreased steering responsiveness, tip-overs, and other dangers that may cause injury. Any modifications, including raising the riding height of the scooter, increasing the user’s riding height, or changing the center of gravity of the bike can damage the scooter and cause hazardous situations for the user. Do not adjust your seat while the bike is in motion or operating.
If your scooter has a safety belt, use it all times when seated in the scooter. Do not operate your scooter without wearing the safety belt. Have the belt replaced by an authorized repair technician if the safety belt becomes frayed, cut, or shows other signs of wear or damage.
If your scooter has mirrors, orient them so that you can see behind you. Orient the mirrors while sitting on the scooter, but while the scooter is not moving and is not in operation. Never attempt to adjust the mirrors while operating the bike. Proper orientation of the mirrors should allow you to see behind you and should minimize blind spots.
Headlight switch is located on the handlebars
- "I" symbol = turn on
- "O" symbol = turn off
If your scooter has headlights and turn signals, use them. Using headlights at night and or day increases your visibility to other vehicles. Using turn signals provides a warning to vehicle and pedestrian traffic near you.
Your scooter can drive on clean, even, and dry surfaces. The manufacturer does not recommend you store your scooter outdoors. Your electric bike is susceptible to damage to electronic, mechanical, or other components if exposed to water. If you are caught outside during inclement weather, seek shelter or ask someone for assistance. Always ensure that the power is switched off when getting on or off the scooter. Never attempt to mount or dismount the bike if it is operational or moving. Do not switch the power off when the scooter is still moving forward or in reverse. Always check that the variable speed switch is set to the desired speed setting. Always check that the desired direction of forward or reverse travel is selected when ready to drive.
Unless expressly permitted or authorized by the state, do not drive your scooter on public roads. If you need to drive along a public road, use the sidewalk adjoining the road. Always be aware of state and local rules of traffic, taking those rules into account when operating your mobility device.
Do not drive your scooter onto stairs or escalators; serious injury will result. Most elevators are safe for use with the scooter.
Your scooter cannot drive over or off of an abrupt, vertical curb. Do not drive over a curb or object exceeding four inches in height. Your scooter can drive over most gradual, smooth curbs. Approach such curbs head-on, so that the bike orients perpendicular to the curb. Do not approach the curb at an oblique angle; doing so can increase the risk that your scooter tips over. Likewise, when moving down a curb, approach the curb perpendicular to it and not at an oblique angle.
Do not operate the scooter while under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or other medications that may impair your ability to operate a vehicle.
The scooter can handle a wide range of inclines and declines. The bike is safe for operation on most handicap-accessible ramps. Likewise, do not use the bike on steep declines, which makes operating the scooter difficult. If the scooter moves too quickly on an incline, fully apply the brakes. Then drive off of the decline and ask for assistance. The manufacturer recommends that you only use ramps that have a roughened surface to prevent slipping. Never drive in a transverse direction across an incline or turn sharply on an incline. Never drive in a reverse direction down a slope.
It is not recommended that you use your bike on slopes or greater than 10 degrees while making no guarantees of performance and safety on angles less than 10 degrees.
The scooter is capable of reaching 15 miles per hour. Always reduce speed when making sharp turns.
Exercise care when moving onto your scooter. Ensure the bike brake is on and that the bike is on level ground, and the switch is in the off position. Exercise care when moving off of your bike. Ensure the scooter brake is on and that the bike sits on level ground. Also, ensure that the switch is in the off position.
Always check your scooter for normal operation, loose parts, and defects before operating. Keep your scooter clean and dry. If you wash your scooter, use a damp sponge or cloth and dry the scooter thoroughly before operating.
The manufacturer recommends that you periodically charge your batteries, such as once a month when your scooter is not in regular use. Ensure the switch is in the off position when the batteries are charged. Ensure that the power plug is inserted and plugged firmly into the battery during charging. Do not use an extension cord while charging the batteries. Do not use a cracked battery or one that is leaking or otherwise damaged. Remove the batteries when transporting your scooter.
Do not disassemble or modify the tricycle on your own. Do not remove or disable any element or feature of your bike. Do not change the programmable controller governing the scooter’s electric, electronic, and electromechanical operations. The manufacturer makes no claim or warranty as to the safety, effectiveness, and operability of any after-market products added to your scooter, or as to any modification you make or have made to your scooter when not performed by the manufacturer or approved vendors. The manufacturer is not responsible for damage to the scooter or personal injury caused by disassembly, modification, or other alteration.
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- Additional Information
- Anti-Tip WheelsYes
- LightingFront and Rear Lights
- Width29 Inch
- Length67 Inch
- Seat Width13 Inch
- Seat Depth16 Inch
- Front Tire Size22 Inches
- Back Tire Size20 Inches
- Net Weight113 lbs
- Weight Capacity400 lbs
- Heaviest Piece60 lbs
- Top Speed15 mph
- Cruising Range15 Miles
- Ground Clearance2.5 Inch
- Turning Radius45 Inch
- Motor4700 rpm
- FrameLimited Lifetime
- Electronics14 Month
- Drive Train14 Month
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