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CAKE Ösa Lite

CAKE Ösa electric moped utility work bench 10,000 watt
CAKE Ösa electric moped utility work bench 10,000 watt 85
CAKE Ösa electric moped utility work bench 10,000 watt 85
CAKE Ösa electric moped utility work bench 10,000 watt 85
CAKE Ösa electric moped utility work bench 10,000 watt 85
CAKE Ösa electric moped utility work bench 10,000 watt 85
CAKE Ösa electric moped utility work bench 10,000 watt 85
CAKE Ösa electric moped utility work bench 10,000 watt 85
CAKE Ösa electric moped utility work bench 10,000 watt 85
Battery2170 Lithium
Range75 miles
Charge Time3 hours
Power4 kW (5.4 hp)
Price£4.047¢
Removable battery
made in Sweden  

Specifications

BrandCAKE
ModelÖsa Lite
Speed15 and 31 mph
Power4 kW (5.4 hp)
Weight65 kg
Battery2170 Lithium
Battery Life2,000 cycles
Range75 miles
Charge Time3 hours
 

The Ösa Lite is an electric and modular utility moped by electric moped manufacturer CAKE from Sweden. The company is derived from the passion for gravity sports and is dedicated to the category light electric off-Road Motorbikes (L.E.Os.).

The Ösa moped is designed as a working bench and power station on wheels with off-road capabilities.

The moped has a powerful 4,000 watt (10,000 watt peak power) electric motor for a limited top speed of 31 mph. The motor provides 151 Nm torque.

The moped has a removable Lithium battery for a range of 75 miles. The battery is of the same type as the batteries used in the latest Tesla cars (Panasonic 2170).

Power station on wheels

CAKO Ösa batteryThe moped provides a USB power outlet for mobile phones, 12 volt outlet and 220 volt outlet (2,000 watt) which makes it possible to power heavy duty electronic devices using the battery of the moped.

Thanks to the powerful battery with multiple outlets, the moped is a power station on wheels.

  1. The carpenter or gardener can charge their power tools anywhere.
  2. The rock guitarist or dj may hold a concert or a forest rave, bringing their gear in the middle of nowhere.
  3. Last mile or the pizza delivery may execute clean last mile deliveries in cities around the world.

The moped has many accessories which includes innovative cargo and transport solutions ranging from surf board racks to a mobile kitchen.

The moped is available in any color and with a custom business print.

The moped can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.

 

2020 CAKE models

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Kalk ORCAKE Kalk OR electric cross motorcycle 11,000 watt 100
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Ösa+CAKE Ösa electric moped utility work bench 10,000 watt 100
£5.846
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Ösa LiteCAKE Ösa electric moped utility work bench 10,000 watt 100
£4.047
2170 Lithium
75 miles
 

Sales Department

CAKE
Hammarby Fabriksväg 43
120 33 Stockholm
Sweden

Email: hello@ridecake.com
Facebook Messenger: m.me/ridecake

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