Eagle Scooters

N4 Electric Scooter

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  • £329.99
  • Regular price £369.99
Tax included.


As we move into a world where electric transport is starting to come into play, we wanted to make sure this more environmentally friendly way of transport was encouraged here at The Wood Project.

There are a wide array of electric scooters now coming into the market, some of which are with a high price tag.

We are providing you with a high quality electric scooter, but with a more affordable price.

We introduce to you, the N4 Electric Scooter. Providing you with an alternative to the Xiaomi M365, with a similar design and spec, but for less of the cost.

A great way to commute to avoid public transport or using your own car, providing an impressive range of around 20km / 12.4 miles.

It's easy to use with the accelerator on the right side of the handle bars and the front brake on the left side. It can reach a top speed of 20kmh / 12.4 mph. Smooth to ride, with two 8.5" tyres with inflatable inner tubes, reducing the impact of bumps and obstacles on the ground. 

There is a steering limit with the N4 Electric Scooter. This is a safety feature, preventing the handles turning 360 degrees. Front and rear LED lights keep you safe in the dark and you can be seen from a long distance. There is also an integrated kick stand so you can park up easily.

The scooter folds down, making it compact so you can take on the train or place in the back of your car. 

With a 300w motor and a lithium battery capacity of 36v it provides a punch in its performance. 

1 year warranty from date of purchase.  (This is for manufacturing faults only).


Folding Dimension:  988 x 151 x 446mm
Unfolding Dimension:   1025 x 487 x 1062mm
Weight Max Load: 100kgs
Net Weight: 12kgs
Gross Weight: 10.5kgs
Height: 130~200cm
Max Speed: 20km/h
Range: 20km
Incline: 12°
Main Material: Aluminium Frame +Pedal
Max Power: 300w
Charging Time:

3 hours


** Currently it is illegal to use an electric scooter on the public highway within the UK & Ireland, including cycle paths and pavements. The UK has now begun trials for rental Electric Scooters to be used legally. We hope that in the near future, it wont be long until privately owned scooters will be legal to ride on the UK roads. You can currently use an electric scooter on private land.