TVS iQube S and iQube ST both have a 3.04 kWh lithium-ion battery. The higher-end iQube ST has a 4.56 kWh unit.

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TVS iQube's batteries can provide up to 125km of range on one full charge.

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Compatible with 650W or 950W portable chargers. They claim to charge times of 4.5 to 3 hours.

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The Ola S1 Electric takes around 4 hours and 48 mins to fully charge. While the S1 Pro can be charged in 6 hours 30 seconds,

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Ola claims that the scooter can be charged in as little as 18 minutes. This will allow Ola to take 75km on a single charge.

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Ather scooter comes with an Ather Dot charger, which will charge up to 0 to 80 percent in 4.5 hours.

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The AtherGrid offers fast charging at a rate of up to 1km per minute charge and up to 80percent.

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Simple One's fixed battery can charge to 80 percent in just 2.75 hours, while the swappable one takes 75 minutes.

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Fast charging is able to juice up your battery for up to 2.5km per minute. Simple Energy has recently launched the Simple Loop charging network to allow public charging.

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For 4 decades, Okaya has been an Indian symbol of quality and trust. They are also a pioneer in the field of battery manufacturing.

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With fast charging options, the electric scooter battery pack can take only 4-5 hours on a full charge of zero to 100 percent.

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