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iLiving V8 Foldable Electric Mobility Scooter

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iLiving V8 Foldable Electric Mobility Scooter

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The newest product from iLIVING USA, the V8 Foldable Electric Mobility Scooter is the perfect choice for individuals who wish to continue leading and living an active lifestyle. What separates our foldable mobility scooters from the competition, in addition to top quality craftsmanship and engineering, the V8 Scooter is designed to complement your on-the-go lifestyle. It’s remarkably lightweight with a frame structure crafted from heavy-duty aircraft-grade aluminum. The scooter features our patented quick-and-easy two-step fold/unfold system for convenient transport. Additionally, it features a USB port so you can charge your cell phone, and durable cushioned seat for maximum comfort. The V8 Scooter comes with two batteries. The V8 Scooter's battery compartment is secure and access to the compartment can only be accomplished with the scooter key, ensuring that no unauthorized persons can ever drive your scooter away.


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