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Is Segway a good brand?

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Is Segway a good brand? Segway-Ninebot is one of the largest and most well-respected scooter brands on the planet, so it’s no surprise that they’ve got an impressive catalog of high-quality scooters to go alongside their reputation.

How long does a Segway scooter battery last? That’s around one to three years or 3,000 to 10,000 miles. However, your e-scooter battery’s lifespan depends on several factors such as its battery size and watt-hours. Take note that once you reach the 300 to 500 cycles of your battery, it does not mean that your battery will die.

Are Segway scooters worth it? Most people who want to buy an electric scooter should get the Segway Ninebot KickScooter Max G30LP. No other scooter offers the combination of range, speed, a comfortable ride, and the peace of mind that comes with buying from an established brand.

Which Segway is the best? Top 7 Best Segways Compared

  • #1 Segway Ninebot S.
  • #2 Segway miniLITE Smart Self-Balancing Electric Transporter.
  • #3 AUBESTKER Handlebar Kickstand Kit.
  • #4 Segway Ninebot S-Plus.
  • #5 Segway Ninebot Electric GoKart Drift Kit.
  • #6 eco-glide Smart Self Balance Scooter.
  • #7 Dual Purpose Segway Handlebar.

Is Segway a good brand? – Related Questions

 

How long will a Segway Ninebot last?

Answer: On a fully charged battery travel can range between 14 to 18.5 miles. Question: How long does it take to charge the battery and what is the battery life? Answer: The battery charges in about 3-4 hours, and the battery life is to 3 to 5 years.

Can you ride a Ninebot Segway in the rain?

A e-scooter that is IPX7 certified, like the new Segway-Ninebot MAX, can be immersed in water for a maximum of 30 minutes at a depth between 15cm to 1m. This means that you can drive through heavy rain and rain puddles without worry of your battery getting water damage.

Can I make my Ninebot Max go faster?

First, connect to the app, tap the gear icon in the top right, tap “speed settings”, and make sure the slider is at the max. Also, when you double click the power button on the KickScooter, it will toggle between 3 speed settings. Red ‘s’ = fastest, white ‘s’ = middle speed, and no ‘s’ = slowest.

What is the difference between Ninebot G30 and G30LP?

Both the Ninebot Max G30P and G30LP feature 350W to 700W motors, but the G30LP has a slightly stronger brushless DC motor which can provide additional power that can slightly give your scooter a boost.

What is the latest Ninebot?

Latest Segway-Ninebot Electric Scooter Launches in 2022! The D-series scooters will be the first to launch, they are designed to be affordable.

Is Ninebot and Segway the same thing?

Simply put, there is no difference. However, the company has offered little consistency in naming the Ninebot-Segway ES2. Officially, they call it the “Ninebot ES2 Kickscooter by Segway”; but then call it both the Ninebot-Segway and Segway-Ninebot in different marketing/information materials.

How tall is the Ninebot Max?

General

Dimensions Length x width x heightUnfold: -45.9 x 18.6 x 47.4 in (1167 x 423 x 1203 mm) Fold: -45.9 x 18.6 x 21.0 in (1167 x 423 x 534 mm)
WeightNet: Approx. 41.2 lbs (18.7 kg) Payload: 66.1-220.5 lbs (30.0-100.0 kg)

Is Segway Ninebot G30 waterproof?

Is the Segway Ninebot Max G30 waterproof? Yes – IPX5 Exterior Rating / IPX7 Interior rating. This means that the body of the G30 offers fairly decent water resistance against strong water jets.

How fast does the Ninebot Max G30 go?

The Ninebot Max has an official top speed coming at 18.6 mph, or 30 kph. This speed has been confirmed by many speed tests, even in cases of the rider being near the weight limit.

Is the Ninebot max worth it?

Value for Money. This mid-range scooter has some cool mod-cons and if range is what you’re after, the Ninebot Max is worth its weight in gold. I would have liked to see a higher top speed and suspension for the price, especially as other models offer both (alongside range) for a similar price tag.

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