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Why the Zero 8 is also appealing to adults-😉

von Wiebke Gericke - 9 Mar, 2023

I live in the beautiful capital Berlin, a bit on the outskirts, but as soon as you get to the centre, I come across more and more e-scooters....

The e-scooter was originally planned to help people get the "last kilometre" home if the bus doesn't run or you have to walk a bit further from the train or bus stop.

But if I'm honest:

For me, the e-scooter is of no use on the outskirts of Berlin, because that is beyond the reach of the great network. Who would bring the scooter back from the outskirts to the city centre? You can't!

💚And that's when I discovered the KETTLER Zero 8 for myself.💚

My son is the proud owner of its little brother, the Zero 6, and I thought:

Why not? - What my child can do, I can do too đŸ’Ș.

So: off we went and ordered the KETTLER Zero 8. In classic, discreet black, it is beautifully simple and with a weight load of 100 kg, the scooter also fits perfectly with my 66 kg, and if my son likes it, I sometimes take him along on my great vehicle. The frame is light, but still stable and rides very smoothly and safely thanks to the ball bearings.

I am SPORTSY:

I ride it to the bus or train, from the train to work and back again.

I SAVE TIME:

Yes, I even ride it to the car sometimes, because at the moment I have to park so far away because of a road works that I have almost 20 minutes to walk. Folded up quickly, it fits in the boot. My husband now also uses my scooter hack for the car 😉 The height-adjustable handlebars make it super easy to adjust to the right size.

I have TIME FOR OTHER THINGS:

When my son has a friend over, I always have a 2nd scooter and send the boys "out for some fresh air"-by the way, my son says that's a "classic parenting phrase"...so I have time for other things while the kids are out having fun.

All in all:

I believe that we adults can also have fun with the KETTLER Zero 8! The scooter is the perfect alternative to other riding devices, is stylish and robust! I feel like I'm back in my childhood and I'm already dreaming of riding a kettcar again at my age...hach!

Yours Silke