Arma Scooter: Easy to carry, fits in your bag.

A project in Okayama, Japan by Arma by Shimizu (SMZ, inc.)

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Forget about where to park; with the smallest and lightest Arma Scooter, focus on what truly matters in your day.
Backers: 109
Average Pledge Per Backer: ¥168684

Funded: ¥18,386,524 of ¥5,000,000
Dates: Nov 28th -> Jan 27th (60 days)
Project By: Arma by Shimizu (SMZ, inc.)
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Latest News

Upgrade Your Ride: Special Bundle Deals

January 10th - via:
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Thank you & You can now be a part of Arma's growth and earn a small commision!

January 6th - via:
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Arma Scooter: Easy to carry, fits in your bag

January 6th - via:
Ah, the Arma Scooter! This tiny titan of the e-scooter world has been making quite a buzz for its ultra-compact design and impressive portability. Let’s zoom into its features and see if it sparks your inner urban explorer. (Read More)

Exceeded Goal by 250%

December 23rd - via:
Arma has made a remarkable splash in the realm of urban transportation, with its Kickstarter campaign surpassing its funding goal by an astonishing 250%. This extraordinary achievement highlights not just the financial success of the campaign but... (Read More)

Extra Battery Pack Now Available & Share Arma with your Friends! 🌟

December 9th - via:
Great news, Arma backers! As we were getting a lot of requests, we just added the Extra Battery Pack, which is now available as an individual pledge. Extend your adventures with an additional battery, offering up to 7 miles (approximately 11 km) of... (Read More)

🎉 We Did It! 100% Funded & New Stretch Goal Unveiled! 🚀

December 6th - via:
Hello Amazing Backers! We have some incredible news to share – thanks to your overwhelming support, we've reached our funding goal! This is a huge milestone for Arma, and it's all because of you. Your belief in our vision for portable mobility has... (Read More)

These New Battery-Swappable Japanese E-Scooters Fold Smaller

December 2nd - via:
Japanese personal mobility innovator Shimizu is turning heads with its latest Arma folding electric scooter prototype. Boasting a weight of just 10 lb (4.5 kg), Shimizu claims it’s working on the world’s smallest and lightest scooter. While the verdict is still out on that claim, the Arma’s impressive compact design and features make it a compelling last-mile commuter. (Read More)

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