Takes 4-6 hours to fully charge
Charging Battery

It usually takes 4-6 hours to fully charge the battery. The indicator light on the charger is red when charging and turns green when fully charged.

Do not expose the battery to high temperatures for a long time, such as direct sunlight, and charge the battery in a cool and dry place. Do not place the charger on carpet/cloth.

When buying a new bicycle, the battery must be fully charged before the first ride.

Considering mileage and demand, frequent charging can extend battery life. However, if the battery is fully discharged and then recharged, some single cells may be over-discharged due to the difference between the discharged single cells. Over-discharge significantly reduces the acceptance of charging, leading to insufficient charging and a gradual decrease in capacity. Therefore, it is most reasonable to charge when the battery is 50-70% discharged.

If you do not use the battery for a long time, please charge it at least once a month and store it in a cool place. Lesoos electric bicycle manufacturer’s battery is carefully designed to achieve high capacity and long life. Do not use it to power other electrical equipment. Improper use of the battery can damage the battery, shorten its service life, and cause fire or explosion. If the charger or battery makes a strange noise or smell, please unplug the charger immediately and contact customer service.

Charge the battery every time you use it
Every Time

  1. Do not disassemble or modify the battery or battery charger.
  2. Keep the battery away from fire and corrosive
  3. Do not put liquid on or in the battery/charger.
  4. Do not expose the battery/charger to extreme weather
  5. Do not operate the battery/charger
  6. Only use the charger specified by Lesoos to charge the battery
  7. Do not use the battery/charger for any other purpose
  8. The battery/charger can only be used on approved electric bicycles

Instruct your child to stay away from the charging area.

In addition, carefully slide the battery in and out to avoid bending the nodes on the battery board.

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