Milano Yachting Week: the electric scooter for boats arrives (and not only)


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n these times of change, we couldn’t just sit back and do nothing, so we decided to create the nautical store of Milano Yachting Week to continue to offer products designed outside the box, which we are sure will relaunch the market once we emerge from these dark days towards a new consumer awareness and a new idea of more sustainable production.

A boat scooter (and city scooter)

Our store grows from month to month, today we have a novelty, we can offer you (or rather pre-propose because it is a start-up) with pride what we believe will be one of the best electric scooters in the coming years, totally “made in Italy” or rather “made in Turin”.

TO.TEM are two safe and fast scooters, also controlled via app, with the best technology and driving comfort on the market, find out more, click on the link below and do not miss this product launch offer!




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