Pure Air Electric Scooter Review: Includes Puncture Prevention Exclusive Online Offer

Pure Electric has done it again with the launch of the excellent-value Pure Air electric scooter. Hot off the heels from releasing the Pure Air Pro, the Pure Air is another e-scooter explicitly built for the UK and European conditions.

With exceptional specifications and costing less than £400, it’s a lot more than a serious contender to other e-scooters in its class.

Let’s dive straight in and discover more with this Pure Air electric scooter review.

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Pure Air Electric Scooter Review

Pure Electric – the leading UK electric scooter retailer – has produced a cheaper e-scooter with built-in features that make it perfect for the UK. For starters, it has high water resistance with a class-leading IP65 rating.

It’s a comfortable ride with big 10-inch wheels with pneumatic tyres and a powerful machine with a maximum load weight of 120kg. The Pure Air has taken all the best bits from other scooters in its class with additional features that surpass the competition.

Pure Air Electric Scooter: Key Features

Wet weather riding with IP65 water resistance (perfect for the UK and European conditions)
Zippy with maximum speed 15.5mph (25 km/h)
Long battery life with up to 18.6 miles / 30km range*
Powerful performance from 250 watts motor
Comfortable ride and handling with large 10-inch wheels and air-filled tyres
Less hassle and more safety with puncture prevention fluid
High carrying capacity 120kg load limit
Refined build quality with a stylish satin finish
Quick and simple folding design
Safe riding with strong LED lights and side reflectors
Easy-to-read multifunctional display
Straightforward servicing with Pure Electric stores and UK-stocked parts
1-year Pure Air manufacturer warranty

* Based on standard testing with a 75kg rider, 25c temperature and stable surface