STIGO SCOOTER USER MANUAL www.stigobike.com

STIGO SCOOTER USER MANUAL
www.stigobike.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. BOX CONTENTS........................................................................................ 4
2. DISCLAIMER, COPYRIGHT NOTICE AND TRADEMARKS........................ 4
3. STANDARDS.............................................................................................. 4
4. BEFORE YOU BEGIN................................................................................. 5
5. OPENING THE BOX................................................................................... 5
6. MIRROR ASSEMBLY (NOT APPLICABLE TO ALL MODELS).................... 6
7. STIGO SCOOTER DETAILS........................................................................ 7
8. STIGO SCOOTER DISPLAY DETAILS......................................................... 8
9. HOW TO UNFOLD version 1.................................................................... 9
HOW TO UNFOLD version 2..................................................................10
10. HOW TO FOLD......................................................................................12
11. STARTING A STIGO...............................................................................13
12. CHARGING A STIGO.............................................................................15
13. PRE-RIDE INSTRUCTIONS....................................................................17
14. IMPORTANT COMPONENTS................................................................18
14.1. BRAKES...........................................................................................18
14.2. KICKSTAND....................................................................................18
14.3. CHARGER........................................................................................19
14.4. FRAME AND FRAME NUMBER......................................................20
14.5. BATTERIES......................................................................................20
14.6. TYRES..............................................................................................21
15. SAFETY AND WARNINGS.....................................................................21
16. WARRANTY...........................................................................................24
17. SERVICE.................................................................................................27
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1. BOX CONTENTS
Stigo scooter
Charger
Electronic key
Mirror and Allen wrench
for mounting (optional)
Manual
2. DISCLAIMER, COPYRIGHT NOTICE AND TRADEMARKS
The performance, information and specifications of the Stigo and
other products manufactured by or sold under the license of Stigo Ltd and
featured in this document may change without notice. It is the responsibility
of the user to determine the appropriate and safe selection of settings and
conditions of use of the products and to periodically check the products to
ensure secure and proper operation. To the extent permitted by law, any
liability that may be incurred as a result of the use of a product
manufactured by or sold under a license granted by Stigo Ltd is limited to
the cost of repairing or replacing the failed product or component at the
discretion of Stigo Ltd and does not extend to any loss or damage
which may be caused as a consequence of misuse or failure of the
products. Damage to the product, other property or any persons are
the responsibility of the user of the Stigo product. By using a Stigo
product manufactured by or sold under a license granted by Stigo Ltd, you
state that you have read this disclaimer and agree to hold Stigo Ltd, its
owner’s and any of its employees or directors free from all liabilities, and
that you agree to use and operate the product at your own risk.
© Copyright Stigo Ltd. All rights reserved.
Stigo and Stigobike are registered trademarks of Stigo Ltd. The trademarks
and logo of Stigo can-not be used without the express written approval of
Stigo Ltd.
3. STANDARDS
The Stigo is an L1e category electric powered moped/scooter
developed in accordance with the following EU directives:
2002/24/EC
2013/60/EC
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4. BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Please read and understand this manual prior to using your Stigo for the
first time. There are many cautions and warnings, which, if ignored, may
increase the risk of damaging the Stigo, cause injuries or invalidate the
warranty.
This manual was written to help you achieve optimal performance, comfort,
enjoyment and safety when riding your Stigo scooter. The manual describes
specific care and maintenance procedures that help protect your warranty
and ensure years of trouble-free use. It is important for you to understand
your new Stigo scooter, its features and its operation, so you acheive maximum enjoyment with maximum safety. By reading this manual before riding
your Stigo scooter for the first time, you’ll know how to get the most from
your Stigo. It is also important that your first ride on a Stigo scooter is taken
in a controlled environment, away from cars and obstacles.
Riding a Stigo or any other electric vehicle involves the risk of damage to the
Stigo, injury or death, particularly if use of the vehicle takes place in busy
urban environments with lots of traffic. Please understand these risks and
carefully read the manual to help prevent them. Please do not attempt to
use the Stigo beyond the limits of your ability or those of the product itself.
5. OPENING THE BOX
Remove the contents from the box. Remove any separators that protect
the components from damage during shipping. Inspect the contents of the
box for scratches in the paint, etc. that may have occurred during shipping.
Because the Stigo was 99% assembled and packed at the factory (besides
the mirror), there should not be any problems, even if the box has a few
scratches or dents.
The only assembly required by you is the mounting of the mirror. This
should not take more than a few minutes. If you do not feel confident to
mount the mirror yourself, please seek assistance from a service specialist.
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6. MIRROR ASSEMBLY (NOT APPLICABLE TO ALL MODELS)
Required tool for mirror mounting
(included in the contents): 5 mm Allen wrench.
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1
Find the hole on the
left or right side of
the handlebar.
2
Insert the mirror on
the handlebar in a
folded position.
3
Fasten all nuts with
the Allen wrench
until the mirror is
firmly fixed to the
handlebar.
7. STIGO SCOOTER DETAILS
1
3
6
5
4
2
7
8
15
9
16
10
14
13
12
11
1
Back opening/closing lever
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Light
2
Front opening/closing lever
10
Horn
3
Accelerator
11
Frame number.
Starts with V6G
4
ON/OFF switch
12
Kickstand
5
Horn switch
13
Motor
6
Mirror
14
Transportation wheels
7
Rear brake
15
Taillight + brake light
8
Front brake
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Battery
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8. STIGO SCOOTER DISPLAY DETAILS
1
2
3
4
5
8
1
ON/OFF and charging indicator
2
Speed
3
Error code
4
Speed unit
5
Battery level
9. HOW TO UNFOLD version 1
1
Hold the Stigo in an upright position.
2
Lower the Stigo to get a clear view of the front
opening lever in front of the Stigo.
3
Push down the front
opening lever with
your thumb.
4
Tilt the Stigo and bring the handlebar upwards
until your hear the CLICK, which locks the
mechanism.
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5
Place your right hand on the
handle behind the seat.
6
Pull the handle briskly until
your hear the CLICK, which
locks the mechanism.
HOW TO UNFOLD version 2
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1
Hold the Stigo in an upright position.
2
Lower the Stigo to get a clear view of the front
opening lever in front of the Stigo.
3
Push down the front
opening lever with
your thumb.
4
Tilt the Stigo and bring the handlebar upwards
until your hear the CLICK, which locks the
mechanism.
5
Place your foot on the
footrest.
6
Push down the footrest until
you hear the CLICK, which
locks the mechanism.
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10. HOW TO FOLD
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1
Place your hand on
the back opening
lever.
2
Pull up the back
opening lever and
push down the seat.
3
Push down the seat
until you hear the
CLICK, which locks
the mechanism.
4
Grip tightly on the carrying handle and place
your thumb on the front opening lever to push
the lever down.
5
Bring the fork close to the frame until you hear
the CLICK, which locks the mechanism.
11. STARTING A STIGO
The Stigo scooter is twist grip throttle operated. To move forward, twist
the throttle (located on the right handle) backwards, towards you. You
control the throttle by twisting it from its resting position. The more you
twist, the faster the vehicle will go. The further the throttle is from its resting
position, the more power is delivered to the motor to accelerate. To slow down,
simply rotate the throttle towards its resting position.
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1
To turn on the
Stigo scooter, hold
down the ON/OFF
button for 2
seconds.
2
A small white dot
will light up on the
display to indicate
that the bike is
operational.
3
Next, you need to
touch the white
circle area at the
back of front fork
with the key chip.
The display lights
will then light up.
4
To turn off the Stigo
scooter after use,
press and hold down
the ON/OFF button
for 2 seconds until
the display switches
off.
Always keep the
key chip with you
in order to prevent
others from using
your Stigo.
12. CHARGING A STIGO
1
Plug the charger into a 100-240 V wall
socket. It takes approximately 3.5 hours to fully charge the battery.
2
Remove the rubber cover of the charging plug on
the Stigo scooter.
3
Plug the charger into the Stigo scooter.
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4
Observe the red light on the
charger, which indicates the
charging.
5
The green light on the
charger lights when the
batteries of the Stigo scooter
are full.
6
Remove the charger.
If the Stigo is switched ON, the dashboard display will show the battery
charging level during use. While riding, the battery charging level decreases and fewer battery level indicator LEDs are displayed. There are 8 LEDs
altogether and the low battery indicator is represented by one flashing LED.
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13. PRE-RIDE INSTRUCTIONS
Check and maintain your Stigo scooter:
Check that the brakes are functioning properly and that the tyres are
inflated properly and have sufficient tread depth. The Stigo should be
maintained and repaired in accordance with the manufacturer’s
specifications, using only the manufacturer’s authorised replacement parts,
and should not be modified from the manufacturer’s original design and
configuration.
Make safety your first priority by ensuring that your Stigo scooter is in
good working order. Visual and mechanical checks will be outlined and
should always be performed prior to operating. If damaged or worn parts
are found during your inspection, do not operate your Stigo scooter until
the problem has been addressed.
Brakes:
Pull the brake levers individually while pushing the Stigo scooter to see if it rolls. You should be able to lock-up the wheels
completely by applying the brakes.
Throttle:
With the ON/OFF switch in the OFF position, fully twist the throttle and release to verify that the throttle is smooth and returns
correctly.
Tyres:
Check both tyres for condition and tread depth. Check the tyre pressure frequently. Maintain correct tyre pressure as
indicated on the tyres.
Lights:
See if the lights in the front and rear are operating properly. Press the brakes to see if the brake light is working.
Please do not use the Stigo if you believe that it is not functioning properly
or it might be damaged in any way.
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14. IMPORTANT COMPONENTS
14.1. BRAKES
To adjust the brake cable length, thread the
brake lever adjuster by turning it in or out until the desired brake adjustment is attained (as
seen on the picture on the right). Most adjustments are complete at this step. If the brake
requires further adjustment, visit a qualified
service specialist to do so.
Your Stigo scooter is equipped with a disc brake for maximum reliability and
efficiency. Applying hand pressure to the brake lever will cause the wheel
brake to cause friction against the brake disc, slowing the wheel. The more
pressure applied, the faster it will come to a stop. Once you have eased
off the throttle, pull the brake lever towards you to slow down and stop.
The brake is capable of skidding the wheels and throwing an unsuspecting
rider. Practice in an open area free from obstacles until you are familiar with
the brake functions. Avoid skidding to a stop, as this can cause you to lose
control and/or damage the tyres.
In the event that an emergency stop is required, apply the brakes
appropriately in a safe and controlled way until you have brought the Stigo
to a complete stop. Do not release the brakes until it is safe to do so.
14.2. KICKSTAND
Use of kickstand - press it with your foot until down; then support the bike
and make sure it stands upright safely. Once you lift the Stigo scooter to a
vertical position, the kickstand will automatically fold. Please note that it is
a safety feature!
The kickstand might not prevent the Stigo electric scooter from falling. It
depends on your weight and other circumstances, such as the surface on
which the Stigo is positioned. The kickstand is not designed to be used while
someone is sitting on the Stigo electric scooter. Please be aware that even
with the kickstand applied the Stigo scooter can fall over and get damaged
or cause injuries.
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14.3. CHARGER
Read all safety warnings and all instructions. Failure to adhere to the
warnings and instructions may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious
injury. Save all safety warnings and instructions for future reference. Keep
the charger away from dampness or moisture. The penetration of water into
a battery charger increases the risk of electric shock. Only charge your Stigo
scooter using the original charger. The battery pack voltage must match the
battery pack charging voltage of the charger. Otherwise, there is a danger
of fire and explosion. Keep the battery charger clean. Contamination can
lead to the danger of an electric shock. Before each use, check the battery
charger, cable and plug. If damage is detected, do not use the battery
charger.
Never open the battery charger yourself. Have repairs performed only by a
qualified technician using original spare parts. Damaged battery chargers,
cables and plugs increase the risk of an electric shock. Do not operate the
battery charger on easily inflammable surfaces (e. -g., paper, textiles, etc.)
or surroundings. The heating of the battery charger during the charging
process can pose a fire hazard. Vapours can escape in the case of damage
and improper use of the battery pack. Ventilate and seek medical attention
in the event of complaints. The vapours can irritate the respiratory system.
Supervise children at all times to ensure that they do not play with the
charger. Children or persons that, owing to their physical, sensory or
mental limitations or their lack of experience or knowledge, are not
capable of securely operating the charger may only use this charger under
supervision or after having been instructed by a responsible person.
Otherwise, there is danger of errors and injuries when operating.
Plug the charger into a standard 100-240 V wall outlet. Check to ensure that
the LED light on the charger lights up. The LED light on the charger will turn
from red to green once the Stigo is fully charged. Unplug the charger from
the outlet and do so promptly after the charge is complete.
After long-term use, your battery’s charge holding capacity will decrease.
However, it your battery does not hold sufficient charge even for a short
trip, contact your Stigo dealer or reseller to order a replacement. The
charger supplied with your Stigo scooter should be regularly examined
for damage to the cord, plug and other parts. In the event of damage, do
not use the charger until the charger has been repaired or replaced. If the
charger emits unusual sounds or odours, stop using it immediately and
contact our customer service.
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Observe the mains voltage! The voltage of the power supply must
correspond with the data given on the nameplate of the battery charger.
14.4. FRAME AND FRAME NUMBER
There is a unique frame number (identifier) on each Stigo. One is on the
headset and one on the frame. The frame number is required when you
need to make a warranty claim.
The Stigo frame is made of 6061 aluminium. It is covered with several layers
of bicycle paint and varnish. Some of the main joints are anodised.
Abusive or unusual use can accelerate the wear and tear of components
(off-road, jumping, stunt riding, skidding, etc.). As a result the sudden and/
or premature failure of some components may occur without warning and
there may be a risk of injury. If the Stigo has been damaged (besides light
cosmetic scratches), dented, bent, cracked or damaged in any other way, do
not use the Stigo until it has been checked by an authorised service centre.
14.5. BATTERIES
The Stigo uses one or two lithium-ion batteries, depending on the model
you have. Read the information about the battery for safe usage.
It is not permitted to use the batteries supplied with the Stigo in any other
product. They have been designed for the use of the Stigo only. Do not
remove the battery from the Stigo. Only approved services should remove
the batteries, if needed. It is also not permitted to dis-assemble or modify
the batteries.
The batteries must not be exposed to high temperatures or fire. Do not
short circuit or modify the batteries in any way. Moisture can damage the
batteries and cause corrosion or overheating, igniting or leaking. Do not
expose the Stigo batteries to moisture or water.
Do not try to use any other charger with the Stigo other than the original
charger. Other chargers may cause damage or injury through fire or electric
shock.
Keep an eye on the batteries and charger whilst charging.
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The Stigo uses lithium-ion batteries, which do not last forever, and
they will deteriorate over time. The batteries begin to degrade from the
point of manufacture. This is due to a chemical reaction and gradually it
causes the internal impedance of the cells to increase. The new battery always
performs better than the old one.
Please ensure that you have charged the batteries fully before first use.
The LED signs on the dashboard and the capacity of the batteries may vary
during initial usage. Recharge the batteries as soon as possible after they
have become fully discharged.
Warranty of the battery is void if battery is charged or stored below +15C
(59 degrees F).
Warranty of the battery is void if battery is not charged within 2 months.
Disposal: Your Stigo scooter uses sealed
lithium-ion batteries, which must be recycled
or disposed of in an environmentally safe
manner.
14.6. TYRES
Always use proper tyres with your Stigo scooter. The correct dimensions are
as follows - 12 1/2 x 2 1/4. Make sure that the tyres are inflated and hold the
pressure shown on the outside of the tyre. All tyres have to correspond to
type approval for mopeds.
15. SAFETY AND WARNINGS - MODIFICATIONS AND RIDING IN ICY/
WET CONDITIONS
Please Note: This manual is not intended as a detailed service, repair
or maintenance manual. Seek professional assistance from a qualified
technician for service, repairs or maintenance. The Stigo is mainly
developed and designed for commuting and/or simple riding in good
weather. Please choose safe speeds that are appropriate for travel in an
urban or sub-urban environment. The warranty will be invalidated if the
riding style is abusive.
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It is prohibited to modify or refinish the Stigo in ANY WAY. The warranty will
be void once there has been any modifications or refinishing by a party not
authorised to doing so. Any modifications done by users can cause damage,
which can increase the risk of accidents or failures. Refinishing can hide
structural damage (such as fatigue cracks), which may cause accidents.
The stopping power of the brakes and tyres is dramatically reduced
under snowy, icy, cold and/or wet conditions. Traction, braking and
visibility are impaired and the risk of accidents is higher than in good weather
conditions. Use with utmost care in bad weather conditions and please be
aware that the tyres of the Stigo are not designed for slippery conditions.
It is not recommended to use the product in rain or wet conditions. If the
Stigo gets wet, dry it within 10-15 minutes with a clean and dry soft cloth.
Never use headphones or a mobile phone while riding a Stigo. Please
also note that the Stigo e-scooter can operate more quietly than other
motorised products. Use care when in the vicinity of pedestrians or
others who may have difficulty hearing your approach. Use the horn to
sound warnings when appropriate. Do not use at night or when visibility is
impaired.
The terms “right” or “left” refer to the rider’s right or left when sitting on
the Stigo scooter. Maintain a hold on the handlebars at all times. Do not
activate the scooter throttle unless you are on the product and in a suitable
safe environment.
Keep this product away from small children and remember that this
product is only intended for use by persons who are completely
comfortable and competent to operate the product.
Always check and adhere to any local laws or regulations that may affect the
locations where the Stigo scooter may be used. Maintain a safe distance
from cars and other traffic at all times, and only use where permitted and
with caution.
Riding an electric scooter does present potential risks and caution is
required. As with any such product, an electric scooter has inherent
hazards associated with its use (such as falling off or riding it in a hazardous situation). Like any similar product, electric scooters can move and are
intended for mobility and it is therefore possible to lose control or
otherwise get into dangerous situations. Both children and the adults
responsible for supervising them must recognise that if such things occur, a
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rider can be seriously injured or die, even when using safety equipment and
exercising other precautionary measures. Do not place your feet in front of
the footrests while riding a Stigo or sitting on it. By placing your feet in front
of the footrests you might get injured. USE THE PRODUCT AT YOUR OWN
RISK AND PLEASE USE COMMON SENSE.
Improper use, storage, handling or disposal of a battery or the charger
can result in fire, electrocution, serious injury or even death. To reduce
the risk of ignition or explosion, always ensure adequate ventilation and
non-combustible conditions when using the charger. Turn the Stigo
e-scooter off before charging.
Always wear proper protective equipment, including an approved safety
helmet. Helmets may be legally required by local law in your area. Follow
the helmet manufacturer’s instructions for fitting, use and care of your
helmet. We recommend wearing a long-sleeved shirt, long pants and gloves
to minimise injury or scrapes in the case of an accident. Do not use the
product when barefoot or in open-toe shoes. Be sure to keep your
shoelaces tied and out of the way, so they do not get caught in the wheels.
Do not let your mobile phone, headphones or anything else distract you
from paying full attention to your operation of your Stigo scooter. Your
insurance policies may not provide cover for accidents involving the use of a
Stigo scooter/electric ride-on product. To determine if coverage is provided,
you should contact your insurance company or agent.
Depending on the model, the top speed of this scooter will be
approximately 25 km/h (15 mph), which can be affected by conditions,
such as rider weight, inclines, tyre inflation and battery charge level. Avoid
excessive speeds that can be associated with travelling downhill. Maintain
a hold on the handlebars at all times. Do not touch the brakes or motor
on your scooter when in use or immediately after use, as these parts can
become very hot. Use cautiously. Watch out for potential obstacles that
could catch your wheel or force you to swerve suddenly or lose control.
The Stigo scooter is intended for use on flat, dry surfaces, such as pavement
or level ground, that are without loose debris, such as sand, leaves, rocks or
gravel. Wet, slippery, bumpy, uneven or rough surfaces may impair traction
and contribute to possible accidents. Do not ride your scooter in mud, ice,
puddles or water. Watch out for potential obstacles that could catch your
wheel or force you to swerve suddenly or lose control. Avoid sharp bumps,
drainage grates and sudden surface changes. Do not attempt or do stunts
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or tricks on your Stigo scooter. The scooter is not made to withstand abuse
from misuse, such as jumping, kerb grinding or any other type of stunts.
Racing, stunt riding or other manoeuvres also enhance the risk of a loss of
control, or they may cause uncontrolled rider actions or reactions.
Do not use at night or when visibility is limited.
NOTE
The manual illustrations are for demonstration purposes only. The
illustrations may not reflect the exact appearance of the actual product. The
specifications are subject to change without notice.
WEIGHT LIMIT
Do not exceed the weight limit of 100 kg (220 lbs). Rider weight does not
necessarily pertain to a person’s size being appropriate for maintaining
control of the Stigo electric scooter. The weight limit includes clothing
and all luggage. Luggage weight should not exceed 10 % of total weight.
Exceeding the limit will void all warranties and may result in the product
being unsafe. Never allow more than one person at a time to ride the Stigo
scooter.
16. WARRANTY
Please check the latest and updated warranty terms and conditions on
our website at www.stigobike.com. We are dedicated to ensuring the most
enriching experiences for users and hope you have as much fun using it as
we did in creating it.
Please keep your original proof of purchase in a safe place. It will be
required in the event of a warranty claim.
The manufacturer is not liable for incidental or consequential loss or
damage due directly or indirectly to the use of this product. For your
records, save your original sales receipt with this manual.
Stigo product comes with 2 years warranty valid from the date of original
retail purchase of the product. The warranty is provided by the trader that
sold the product. The trader is organizing the repair, replacement, price
reduction or refund if goods you bought turn out to be faulty.
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The warranty shall cover all Stigo products that are available exclusively
from Stigo resellers. The warranty extends exclusively to Stigo products that
are new and exhibit a material or production defect. All other parts and
components shall be excluded from this warranty.
The Stigo original battery is guaranteed to have 70% of its original tested
capacity by the end of the warranty period.
WARRANTY EXCLUSION
The following components/parts and circumstances shall be
excluded from this warranty or lead to exclusion from this warranty:
If the vehicle is technically modified without the approval of the manufacturer
Installation of incompatible or non-original parts
Wear-and-tear parts (see definition below)
Any modification of the version as delivered
Repairs that have not been carried out by specialists certified by Stigo
Inappropriate use and transport (see User Manual)
Missing service inspections within an appropriate period
(see User Manual)
Inappropriate maintenance (see User Manual)
Damage resulting from incorrect adjustments or worn
components
Consequences of a fall or accidents
Damage caused by climatic conditions or normal wear
Damage due to unsuitable cleaning agents
Stigo explicitly exempts from coverage any damage on bikes used for jumping, stunt riding, rental programs, observed trials and any similar extreme riding or events
Warranty of the battery is void if battery is charged or stored be
low +15C (59 degrees F)
Warranty of the battery is void if battery is not charged within 2 months
Damage occurring during shipment of the products (such claims must be presented directly to the shipper)
Products whose VIN number (13-digit number on headset and under the bike) have been altered, defaced or removed
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The following parts shall constitute wear-and-tear parts and be excluded from this warranty:
Moving parts made from rubber
Brake pads and disks
Springs
Rim flanges/brake surfaces
Bar grips, horn & power buttons
Bearings and bearing seats
Airtight seals/O-rings
Tires
Rubber cushions (under the saddle)
Any tapes, also anti-slip tapes on footrests
Actuating cables and outer sleeves
Rubber rings/grommets
NO FURTHER WARRANTY CLAIMS
The warranty provisions of Stigo are comprehensive and definitive. Stigo shall
be exclusively authorized to rule on any warranty claims for Stigo products.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY
Sligo’s liability for damage resulting from defects to the Stigo product
shall always be limited at most to the original purchase price of the Stigo
product in question. Stigo shall therefore in no circumstances accept
liability for damage caused by force majeure events, chance occurrences
and/or unforeseeable events, or consequential damage, in other words for
direct or indirect damage, lost profit or other losses that may result from a
defect to a Stigo product. Any liability for damage that may occur through
use of the Stigo product by third parties shall likewise be excluded. Solely
the buyer or rider shall be responsible for such damage to third parties. The
above limitation of liability and the exclusion of liability shall not apply to
the extent that Stigo is liable on the basis of legally compulsory regulations.
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17. SERVICE
Please follow the servicing intervals in order to maintain the validity of your
Stigo scooter warranty.
Service
interval
Done by
Distance
Time
Pre-ride check
User/Owner
Every time before
use
Every time before riding
First service
Authorised Stigo
Dealer/Reseller
After first 60 miles or
100km
One month after first
ride
Visual inspection
User/Owner
Every 300 miles or
500km
Every two months
Annual service
Authorised Stigo
Dealer/Reseller
Every 2000 miles or
3200km
Annually
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Stigo is a product of Stigo Ltd.
Stigo Ltd
Müürivahe 22, Tallinn 10141
Estonia
www.stigobike.com
BEAUTIFUL RIDE
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