Decent One Max Electric Scooter

Sale price Price £299.00 Regular price £449.00

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Our Thoughts on the new Decent One Max Electric Scooter:

As far as the commuter Scooters go, The Decent One Max really is up there. With some really cool features, performance, affordability and style, The Decent is making waves in the eScooter world. Its removable Battery is great for security as you can take it away with you. Also additional Batteries are available and can easily be swapped while out and about meaning range issues could be a thing of the past. No tools necessary, just open the battery compartment and take out. You can plug in and charge directly into the battery too, possibly helping with storage issues.

The hub motor, situated at the front, is an ample 350w offering great power for its class and will take on a 15 degree incline with ease. The bigger 10" Tyres also mean a more stable, comfy ride especially for longer journeys.

The braking system on the hub motor is also complimented by a mechanical rear disk brake for extra safety. The mud guard can be used in emergencies as a stomp brake as well meaning you will have no problem coming to a halt. The Decent One Max also has a full LED headlight and a red light at the back which flashes while braking.    

Decent One Max Electric Scooter Spec:

  • Top speed of 15.5mph
  • Maximum range of 21 miles 
  • Fully Charged in 6 Hours
  • Front & Rear Brake Lights
  • Multi Riding Modes
  • Cruise Control
  • Digital Display

Decent One Max E-scooter Technical information:

  • 14kg Scooter Weight 
  • Motor power 350W
  • Front & Real 10" Air Filled Pneumatic Tyres
  • Maximum Rider Weight 100kg
  • Manufacturer recommended rider age 16 years+


Range and speed is dependant on riders weight, road surface, wind and other conditions. This scooter is not waterproof, please do not ride it in the rain or wet conditions. 

Users should also be expected to do light maintenance from time to time, as you would with a bicycle, car or any other vehicle.

It is the responsibility of the purchaser/rider to ensure they are familiar with the escooter laws in their country.