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Segway Ninebot MAX Folding Electric Kick Scooter, Dark Grey - $649.99 + free shipping Amazon

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Segway Ninebot MAX Folding Electric Kick Scooter, Dark Grey - $649.99 + free shipping Amazon


Segway Ninebot MAX [amazon.com]


MAX Range: The Ninebot Kick Scooter MAX has a battery capacity of 551Wh, which almost triples the mileage on the Kick Scooter ES2. It features a max speed of 15.5 mph and range up to 40 miles, able to carry 220 lbs.
Safe & Comfortable Riding: The mechanical and electrical anti-lock braking system improves safety. Front and rear wheel shock absorbers equipped with self-healing 10-inch solid tires provide max rider comfort, even on rough surfaces or speed bumps.
Portable Folding Design: The MAX weighs 41.2 lbs (18.7 kg) and can be quickly collapsed, making it convenient for storage. The built-in charger and one-step folding system allows you to always be on the go.
Superior Technology: Featuring an LED display, Bluetooth capabilities, cruise control, select riding modes, and app connectivity for additional security and firmware updates. The MAX is the perfect choice for your short distance travel or daily commute.
Powerful: With significant improvements in every aspect, the MAX is more powerful than ever. Ride on and explore your surroundings in a new way!
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Amazon has just dropped the price of Ninebot MAX to $649.99 which is lower than the Segway store black friday deal posted a few days ago.

https://www.amazon.com/Segway-Nin...ast_sto_dp

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Shocked by the lack of interest in this.
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Seems like a great deal. Better than the 679.99 popular deal directly from Segway's website posted a few days ago. I just ordered, but estimated delivery is 2-3 weeks.
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It's good that there is no interest. This thing should be $599 regular price or less for sales. Segway is trying to make big bucks. Like the new electric dirt bikes they are trying to sell. They are Sur-Rons which sold for $3200-3800. Segway relabels them and are trying to ask $4500 for the same exact bikes. Put them on indiegogo and tell you to pre-order and they will give you $500 off.....
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It's good that there is no interest. This thing should be $599 regular price or less for sales. Segway is trying to make big bucks. Like the new electric dirt bikes they are trying to sell. They are Sur-Rons which sold for $3200-3800. Segway relabels them and are trying to ask $4500 for the same exact bikes. Put them on indiegogo and tell you to pre-order and they will give you $500 off.....
Preach! I'm sold at $599 or $549
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I bought one at release and have about 120mi on it. Seems extremely solid so far
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https://fluidfreeride.com/product...2633091141

Much rather get this for just a little bit more
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For transportation purposes, the scooters have more range and speed, but for recreational purposes I'd go with the Segway miniPro. I've never owned a scooter, but (long story) I own 3 miniPros and a Ninebot S. The miniPros and other self-balancing vehicles with side-by-side wheels are a LOT of fun to ride. They're much more maneuverable than a scooter. In fact, you can stand still on it, wait in a line on it, go fast (10-11 mph) or creep along at less than a walking pace, turn 360 in one spot, go backwards (be careful turning if you're going backwards!), take it down wooded trails and climb over roots and branches (it's challenging and fun to pick a path down a trail and see what you can climb over) and even dance on/with it. And IMO, riding one has a very high Zen factor. Just saying. Smilie I've seen them on Amazon, briefly, for as low as $315 delivered. The newest model is what they call the 2018 version, but it has a smaller battery (260 vs 320) and less range (12.5 miles vs 14 miles) than the pre-2018 version. Reportedly, they reduced the size of the battery so more airlines, cruise ships, etc., will allow them onboard (but even the 320 batteries are far safer than the cheap batteries that came in many hoverboards that caught fire). You can still find a few of the older models (99997-00004 white; 99997-00003 black) on eBay. Be careful, however, to ensure the seller will accept returns and and pay for return shipping, because sometimes if the older models have sat on the shelf for a long time without ever being recharged they'll be dead on arrival and they won't take a charge without being reconditioned. I don't mean to hijack or disparage the deal, I'm just trying to be helpful/informative.
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Wish these were legal in the UK.
My cousin in London, has gotten like 20 something points taken off of his driver's license, and pays fines for each time he gets stopped for using these things.
But the industry currently lobbying lawmakers there to get them in. So expect to see them there soon I guess.
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Aren't these cheaper at Costco on Black Friday?
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Aren't these cheaper at Costco on Black Friday?
Oh, I think it is a different version. ES3 at Costco is $80 off for $520.
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Anyone bought and used in NYC? Wanted to know their experience ? Also how do they ride on not so good roads?
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I know there are many improvements like a 40-mile limit but I don't see any visible front and rear wheel shock absorbers. Does this mean you're going to need to visit a dentist after your 40-mile ride?
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