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Electro Scoot and Mearth Sign for Partnership


Electric Scoot Tasman and Mearth Link Up as Partners

Electro Scoot Tasman-Nelson is a family-owned and operated business in New Zealand. Electro Scoot Tasman offers a wide range of electric scooters and e-bikes to kiwis shopping for their favorite brand.

This strategic partnership with Mearth is aligned with common values in relation to customer satisfaction. Proof to this is their five-star rating in reviews on Google. 

Electro Scoot has a specialized E Scooter showroom and service workshop located in Motueka, Nelson Tasman where the store provides sales/servicing and professional advise to customers concerning any or electric scooters and e-bikes.

 From start to finish, Electro Scoot Tasman’s team of specialists can expertly guide the customer, family members through the ‘ultimate’ e-scooter experience, so as to ensure all and needs are met.


Mearth S Series are now available for kiwis to appreciate better, up close.

Electric Scoot Tasman

The Mearth S weighs only 12.5 kg while the Mearth S Pro weighs 15 kg. Both are compact and portable. Top speed of Mearth S is 25 k/h while the S Pro is 45/h. New brushless motor 8x for more efficiency, yet same power consumption.

Mearth S Series electric scooters make travelling more convenient for commuters. In comparison, the S Series offers the most compact and lightest between the two e-scooter mentioned here, with the Mearth S weighing only 12.5kg. The compact Mearth S Series is also a notable contender for long-range riding, given its swappable battery system. The easy and quick switchable battery system enables riders to extend their trips as long as they need. Carrying multiple batteries allows one to double or triple one’s range whenever and wherever. Overall, Mearth makes sure that e-scooter riders can travel farther and further.


There is no better time to shop for a Mearth S and S Pro commuter electrc scooter than now, and you’ll be happy to find them in the showroom of Electro Scoot Tasman.