This 3D-Printed E-Scooter Lets You Dive Underwater

This 3D-Printed E-Scooter Lets You Dive Underwater

A German startup named Amazea now offers an e-scooter capable of taking you underwater. Yes, you read that right. The organization debuted its electric scooter a couple of weeks back in Germany.

As Mashable reports, the scooter is generally made of biodegradable 3D-printed materials. Actually, around 75 percent of the scooter is 3D-printed, except the two 3.1 kW engines and the two lithium-particle batteries, of course.

There is a 4-inch TFT shading show that gives you essential data like the depth, direction, and battery levels. The e-scooter offers up to 20 km/hr speeds when you’re underwater. This speed limit increases to 30 km/hr when you’re skimming on the water.

The Amazea e-scooter offers you up to 18m plunging depth, which is decent enough. On an ideal usage, the battery generally goes on for 60 minutes. The battery reinforcement depends on how you drive the vehicle. There are three driving modes in the scooter – Eco, Sport, and Sport+. Eco driving mode results in longer driving times while Sport provides a balanced experience and Sport+ delivers the most extreme performance.

Amazea offers a buddy smartphone application from where you can keep track of your e-scooter. This includes everything you would regularly see on the e-scooter’s showcase. The application additionally lets you think about maintenance intervals.

There is no word on the evaluating yet. In case you’re interested to get one, you may contact Amazea from the connection given below to contact a dealer. Do keep as a primary concern that the website is in German and hence, you may need to use the Translation feature to get in contact with the organization.

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