Levy Scooter Unboxing and First Impressions – Filmed in 4K




A very special thank you to Levy for sending me a demo unit to try out.
I shot this unboxing video on Sunday afternoon and was really quite pleased with the quality of the Levy. It’s super light and elegant to look at. The removable battery is quite unique in the electric scooter space. I’m really looking forward to doing a full review of the Levy Electric Scooter…I might get lucky and be able to shoot it tomorrow if the weather turns nice 🙂
If you would like more info or you’re interested in purchasing the scooter by all means take a look at their website link below 🙂
Thank you to Melissa for filming 🙂
https://www.levyelectric.com/

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