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Segway Ninebot E2 Plus Electric KickScooter

Highlights:

  • Maximum speed: 25 km/h
  • Range: 25 km
  • Battery capacity: 21.6V 216Wh
  • Weight limit: 90 kg
  • Lightweight design: Easy to carry
  • Front and rear shock absorption for a smooth ride
  • Electric and mechanical brake system

Original price was: 1,699 AED.Current price is: 1,279 AED. Includes VAT

Free Delivery By: 21/05/2024
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Segway Ninebot E2 Plus Electric KickScooter
300W Brushless Motor, Up to 15.5 Mile Range & 15.5 MPH, 8.1″ Shock-Absorbing Tires, Electronic Drum Brake
Commuter E-Scooter for Adults and Teens

The Ninebot KickScooter E2 Series provides last-mile solutions for everyone. Featuring a stylish design with a large LED dashboard, reliable quality, and high cost-efficiency. The E2 Plus supports a theoretical range 15.5 miles and a max. speed of 15.5 mph for daily commutes.

Ninebot Kickscooter E2 PlusBrave the Wind and Rain

The E2 Series features a modern and uncompromising design to suit the needs of the daily commuter. An ultra-thin footboard with a low center of gravity makes for a smooth ride, while the front-flared cockpit provides additional space and comfort on the handlebars. Additionally, the E2 Plus electric scooter features a high position for lighting, enhancing safety and ease of use.

Technical Details

Segway Ninebot E2/E2 Plus/ES1L Electric KickScooter, Power by 250W-300W Motor, Up to 12.4-15.5 Miles Range & 12.4 MPH-15.5 MPH, 8.1″ Tires, Electronic Drum Brake, Commuter E-Scooter for Adults

Ninebot Kickscooter E2 PlusBrave the Wind and Rain

The E2 Series features a modern and uncompromising design to suit the needs of the daily commuter. An ultra-thin footboard with a low center of gravity makes for a smooth ride, while the front-flared cockpit provides additional space and comfort on the handlebars. Additionally, the E2 Plus electric scooter features a high position for lighting, enhancing safety and ease of use.

Sleek and modern design

The new Segway-Ninebot KickScooter E2 Plus is a powerful electric scooter designed to meet the needs of urban commuters and travelers. It has a sleek and modern design, making it a stylish and practical choice for anyone looking for an efficient and affordable electric scooter.

Powerful motor and battery

The E2 Plus is equipped with a powerful motor that can reach a speed of up to 25 km/h, making it ideal for short distances and commuting. In addition, the scooter has a range of up to 25 km per charge, which is enough to cover most city trips without having to worry about recharging the battery. This is because the nominal power is 300W and the maximum power is 500W. This makes the Segway-Ninebot KickScooter E2 Plus an excellent choice for anyone looking for an electric scooter with a powerful motor.

Safe and comfortable

The E2 Plus offers a comfortable and safe ride, with a powerful motor and useful functions. For example, it has LED lights on the front and back, making you more visible on the road. The 2.8-inch LED display on the handlebars provides information about your speed and remaining battery life, so you always know how far you can still drive before you need to charge the battery. To ensure a comfortable driving experience, the screen is designed with a tilt angle of 25 degrees. In addition, the E2 Plus has an electronic brake on the front and a drum brake on the rear. This allows you to stop quickly and safely when necessary.

Specifications

  • App
  • Battery: Lithium-ion
  • Battery capacity: 220 Wh
  • Battery range: Up to 25 km
  • Bell
  • Brake system: Electronic brake (front) and drum brake (rear)
  • Brand: Segway-Ninebot
  • Charging time: 7.5 hours
  • Dimensions (fold out)1070 x 445 x 1140 mm (L x W x H)
  • Dimensions (folded)1140 x 445 x 500 mm (L x W x H)
  • Display
  • Foldable
  • Hill grade: 12%
  • Lighting
  • Model: Kickscooter E2 Plus
  • Motor: Hub motor
  • Motor position: Front wheel motor
  • Motor power: 300 watt
  • Riding modes: Eco, Drive, Sport, Walk Mode
  • Top speed: 25 km/h
  • Warranty: 2 years
  • Weight: 14.4 kg
  • Wheel size: 8.1 inch
  • Wheel type: Hollow band (maintenance free)

Brand ‎Segway

Color ‎Black & Grey

Age Range (Description) ‎Adult

Special Feature ‎256 colors RGB ambient lights, Cruise Mode, Large-sized Dashboard, Battery Management System, Foldable

Weight Limit ‎198.4 Pounds

Item Dimensions LxWxH ‎42.1 x 17.5 x 44.9 inches

Number of Wheels ‎2

Model Name ‎Segway Ninebot E2 Plus Electric Kick Scooter

Wheel Material ‎Rubber

Frame Material ‎Alloy Steel

Item Weight ‎31.7 Pounds

Handlebar Type ‎Adjustable

Wheel Size ‎8.1 Inches

Wheel Type ‎inner hollow shock-absorbing tires

Brake Style ‎Electronic + Drum Brake

Charging Time ‎7.5 Hours

null ‎12.4 Miles

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H ‎42.4 x 17.25 x 11.25 inches

Package Weight ‎18.51 Kilograms

Brand Name ‎Segway

Warranty Description ‎1 year manufacturer

Material ‎automotive grade SPFH590 steel

Suggested Users ‎unisex-adult

Manufacturer ‎‎Ninebot (Changzhou) Tech Co., Ltd

Part Number ‎051402U

Model Year ‎2023

Style ‎E2 Plus

Included Components ‎‎scooter, charger, accessory box

Size ‎42.1 x 17.5 x 44.9″

ASIN B0C5831BMC

Best Sellers Rank #10,185 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #65 in Sport Scooters

Date First Available May 15, 2023

Brand Segway

Color Black & Grey

Age Range (Description) Adult

Weight Limit 198.4 Pounds

Item Dimensions LxWxH 42.1 x 17.5 x 44.9 inches

Number of Wheels 2

Model Name Segway Ninebot E2 Plus Electric Kick Scooter

Wheel Material Rubber

Frame Material Alloy Steel

Large-sized Dashboard: The 183% enlarged dashboard allows users to view multiple info such as speed and battery clearly, avoiding risks of distraction.

300W Brushless Motor: The E2 Plus features a powerful 300 motor (Max. Power 500W), Up to range of 15.5 Miles and Speed of 15.5 MPH, IPX4 Water-Resistant, W.Capacity 198lbs.

Care for Your Experience: 8.1-inch inner hollow shock-absorbing tires, Electronic + Drum Brake, low gravity center pedal and a rear brake light for a smooth and safe ride.

Reliable & Durable: The Segway E2 Plus has an automotive grade steel frame and has undergone a 3000km road test to ensure durability.

Enjoy Speed with Color & Glow: 256 colors RGB ambient lights allow your scooter shine and glow at night with 3 light effects, Rhythm changes with speed.

Product Note: Max speed and range per charge vary based on several factors, including: rider weight, riding surface, incline, ambient temperature, battery level, riding style (stop/start vs cruising), etc

 

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Brand

Segway

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H

‎42.4 x 17.25 x 11.25 inches

Best Sellers Rank

#10,185 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #65 in Sport Scooters

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ASIN

B0C5831BMC

Size

‎42.1 x 17.5 x 44.9"

Included Components

‎‎scooter, charger, accessory box

Style

‎E2 Plus

Model Year

‎2023

Part Number

‎051402U

Manufacturer

‎‎Ninebot (Changzhou) Tech Co., Ltd

Suggested Users

‎unisex-adult

Material

‎automotive grade SPFH590 steel

Warranty Description

‎1 year manufacturer

Brand Name

‎Segway

Package Weight

‎18.51 Kilograms

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‎12.4 Miles

Color

Black & Grey

Charging Time

‎7.5 Hours

Brake Style

‎Electronic + Drum Brake

Wheel Type

‎inner hollow shock-absorbing tires

Wheel Size

‎8.1 Inches

Handlebar Type

‎Adjustable

Item Weight

‎31.7 Pounds

Frame Material

Alloy Steel

Wheel Material

Rubber

Model Name

Segway Ninebot E2 Plus Electric Kick Scooter

Number of Wheels

2

Item Dimensions LxWxH

42.1 x 17.5 x 44.9 inches

Weight Limit

198.4 Pounds

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Age Range (Description)

Adult

Date First Available

May 15, 2023

60 reviews for Segway Ninebot E2 Plus Electric KickScooter

  1. nalletto

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for commuting, not great for kids

    We got three of these as family Christmas presents in December 2021. Overall we have been happy with them. We’ve gone on several family rides of varying distances, including some 6+ miles, and batteries have never been a limiting factor. I presume if someone hopes to use these as a daily commuter, depending on how far away they need to commute and whether charging is available at work, this would work great. The headlight is a nice feature, and is bright enough to illuminate the road at dawn or dusk, and improve the rider’s visibility to oncoming vehicles, but probably not quite sufficient for night-time riding. We also like the electric breaks, plus the mechanical rear break as a fail-safe.Five months in, we have identified two noteworthy drawbacks, worthy of knocking off 1-2 stars from the rating (hence my 4-star rating):1. All three scooters’ kickstands have broken off. This may be because the kids ride them and aren’t the most careful when defending curbs, etc., but the fact is, the kickstand does stick out even when it’s up. So if you aren’t super careful about bumps, curbs, etc., you can expect to bottom-out against the kickstand, and the kickstand will break off.2. Speed. These top-out at about 20 kmh. That probably seems fast as you read this while sitting on your couch, but that’s just over 12mph and trust me, when riding, it really feels like these should be able to go a little faster. 20-25 mph is probably more ideal for commuting on roads, and it would also be significantly more fun! My six-year-old daughter outpaces one of these scooters on her bicycle.

    One person found this helpful

  2. Jacob McNeel

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    My Roommate’s Only Form of Commuting

    So, my Roommate doesn’t drive due to anxiety issues, so when he needed a way to get around I immediately took to Amazon to find him a nice, decently priced scooter. Amazon is riddled with countless units from brands I’ve never heard of and therefore don’t really trust when this amount of money is exchanging hands, but when I saw Segway I knew I had arrived at the right conclusion.For $300 this is the best motorized Scooter I’ve ever seen. It’s big and heavy, but the ride on it is smooth and it goes quite fast. He’s never had any problems with range or battery life and he’s driven this thing everywhere in all sorts of weather. If it was to die, I wouldn’t hesitate to buy another one. I really don’t have anything bad to say about it except for the fact that it *is* rather heavy.

    7 people found this helpful

  3. Dakotah Cunningham

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This thing does great off-road

    If you are worried if this is worth you’re money, it absolutely is

    One person found this helpful

  4. Amazon Customer

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Breaks only work when Powered on.

    *WARNING ALTHOUGH ADVERTISED AS A KICK SCOOTER / ELECTRIC IF NOT POWERED ON THE BREAKS DO NOT WORK*Other that that the battery life is just ok but ride etc is great.

  5. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    3yrs review

    I have had this scooter for a year and commute with it during spring, summer and fall (excluding dec-feb). After 3 years of daily usage (8 miles total) and being in a trunk during some hot days, it works just as good as the day I got it. The battery life is excellent and reliable, as are the motor and breaks. This scooter is lighter* weight. I use it for the “third leg” of my commute to get from my car to my work, which is a few miles. I especially like that it folds for easy storage. The folding option allows me to store it in my trunk quickly and out of sight for later errands. I am also able to store it out of the way at work and conveniently charge it. It allows me to park farther away for free and save a considerable amount of money on parking while having a commute that takes just as long as trying to navigate a busy parking deck. Not to mention it is quite a blast and I don’t show up all sweaty on hot days or worry about walking alone at night. I like that it has two breaking options and different acceleration speeds. It handles hills pretty well but I wouldn’t think it would do well on very steep hills (see incline restrictions). For the larger hills I go on, I will sometimes give it a push to get more momentum. It is smooth and handles well, unlike the scooters you rent which feel a bit jerky and sudden in their acceleration.Overall, I highly recommend this scooter for someone who wants a faster mode of transportation and an alternative method to a bike or for kids!

    11 people found this helpful

  6. Michael R. Black

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    About what I expected

    This is a preliminary review after only 1 day of riding. I am new to scooters and don’t have the knowledge base to effectively compare it to others. I bought this scooter as a practice model to see how I like it while I consider something more expensive.Ride about 4.5 miles today on an outing w my 8yo daughter who rode her razor power core 100. I’m n the upper end of this scooters weight range ( maybe over 220 counting the heavy backpack I took). I was surprised the scooter made it up to 12.5 mi/ hr and sustained that w/out much difficulty. The controls were very intuitive and easy to learn even for a first timer like me. I rode during the day so I haven’t used the light yet. I felt comfortable while riding, though I wish the deck were just slightly bigger ( size 12 shoes). After around 4 miles of level ground at its max weight limit the power level was down to 45 percent. I’m not sure yet what that says about it’s max range w me on it, but I’m hoping to get 7 miles.Overall I’m very pleased with the scooter. I wish it had a bell and just a bit more range. I’m not sure about the suspension yet as I felt many of the bumps in the road, but I know I’m heavy for it’s design. Also, I’m still figuring out how/ when to shift my weight for a smoother ride going over bumps. That using the scooters fault but rather my own I experience.I plan to do a follow up review after a few months use.

    2 people found this helpful

  7. Jessie

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Don’t last very long but Customer Services HELPED

    I purchased this for my son (about a month or so) so he can commute to and from home/school. He loves it. The distance from home to school is about 1.7 miles and he is able to get there with full battery and by the time he gets off he still has at least 60% left to come back home.I will suggest to NOT use it while is raining. The scooter can die quickly and it can stop working. If you weight more than 200lbs I won’t suggest it either. The heavier you are the faster it will just stop working. I mean if you take good care of it and not just throw it around or use it excessively it can last you for a good while. :)UPDATE as of May 2022: Well the scooter last about 7 months. My son had came from school in the beginning of April with it cracked (front wheel tire was rearranged and it wouldn’t push forward) the scooter promptly alerted that it needed to be fixed. Contact customer services and explained the situation. Even though it took me a month of back and forth emails, they had replaced my son’s scooter with a new one. I received the package at home. They were very helpful and the process was easy to complete. I loved that they provide with shipping label at no cost to you and the FedEx people were really polite. I only paid for the box to ship it into. The shipping to Segway was Free. I am very satisfied with the outcome even if it took a month.If you want to contact Segway I recommend you going directly to their website and EMAIL THEM. Best way to really have a replacement of your scooter or to get it fixed. 🙂

    2 people found this helpful

  8. Lew’s Amazon

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    brake problem

    On day 3 of using the scooter, the brake is failing. Dont recommend

  9. Jack Z.

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Gets the job done; Do not expects too much

    In short, this scooter is really for traveling 1 mile or less. Also good for people who want to try E-scooters without dropping $800 on a fully loaded out scooter. It is not great for city commuting, and the build quality is not that great. It is easy to learn to ride if you have just flat, smooth ground with no potholes.I used it to commute 2 miles and it was too slow (10-12mph tops) and struggles uphill (200LBs rider). After 2 months of use, the plastic latch on the rear fender that holds the scooter folded broke. We contacted the Segway and after many emails the solution was for them to send us a part to replace if we pay the shipping. I looked up how to actually do the repair and it was very involved, so we made up a solution (a strap) to hold the scooter folded. It ended up costing less than the shipping for the replacement part. Range is about 4 miles-8 miles depending on rider weight while riding on sport mode. You can probably stretch it to 10 if you ride on eco mode (8mph, which is barely jogging). The wheels are very unforgiving in terms of going over potholes. Even after months of riding, I almost wiped out twice while riding this scooter going over a pothole.

  10. Richard

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Sadly disappointed

    Was excited to get this. Assembly was easy and it was half charged. I decided to plug it in and charge it the full amount. During the charge period, I read the instructions, downloaded the app and made all the setting changes available.The next morning I paired the scooter to the app and kicked a few times until the preset mph and engaged the throttle and away I went. About 3 miles into my journey, the scooter lost power and then the power came back before I lost momentum. My trip was 4.5 miles with a few minimal hills. I used up half of the battery capacity. I had 5 bars when I left and two solid with one flashing bar when I arrived. That troubled me. I brought the plug with me knowing I’d have time to charge the scooter. A 3 hour charge gave me 1.5 bars in addition to the 2.5 bars. On my return trip, the scooter lost power twice more and each time, power restored before rolling to a stop. This could be problematic. I think at this point I’m going to return the scooter and keep looking.

  11. Christopher Martinez

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s perfect for little commutes

    I had this scooter for 2 weeks and it works great. I have driven it for about 19 miles. I was it get from work to the bus station (1.5 miles) and turns a 27 min walk into 11 min ride on eco. *This is a kick to start scooter* and the front brake alone is good enough to slow down. The ride is rough, I think bigger tires would make for a smoother ride. The speed is good on flat surfaces.I believe each bar of battery is about 2 miles riding in eco mode but this can change if you’re riding uphill. It much heavier than I expected and getting it on the bus is awkward.I wish the bottom of the scooter was better protect as it makes contact with the floor and scratches it.Overall I’ll recommend this if any beginner. Adults or kids

    One person found this helpful

  12. Gmoney

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    7 year old daughter loves it!

    I was worried about the size and weight of this model for my 7 year old. After a couple of runs up and down the driveway, she handles it well. I didn’t want to buy a smaller unit that she’d grow out of in a year. I’d rather she grow into it.Battery life is fantastic! She only weighs about 45lbs. And likes to ride this thing full throttle! I had no idea it was so fast. She can barely see over the handle bars😆. But takes it up to 21 mph!I needed something she could use on bike rides and be able to stay with me. Honestly it looks like I’ll be the one struggling to keep up with her! 😂Absolute joy watching her enjoy riding this thing! Bravo Segway!!Could use a horn, but no other complaints presently.

  13. Shawn Lamb

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Would not recommend. Buy a Go Trax

    Out of the box this was a great scooter. Rides decent, a little slow on the fastest setting taking off and on hills but ok. We bought for our son and daughters 9, 12, and 12 to go around the neighborhood. Battery life pretty good, not the best for commuting though.So the bad…my son just came home and it malfunctioned. It stopped, at a dead stop, while doing about 15 mph. It flipped him over the handle bar and eat it face first. He is ok but banged up. It has a red wrench flashing and throws an 11 code the most. When plugged in to charge, it beeps and throws tons of numbers around and will not charge. It will not accelerate at all. I reached out to Segway today and got 2 responses. Both stating they would not help with repairs as it is out of its 1 year warranty. They further told me a certified Segway repair center “should” be up sometime in early 2023 and keep a look out for it. We are over the 1 year warranty by a month or two and the second person to respond back to me told me again, that they will not repair it as it is company policy. I even asked if there was anyone near me that could help and zero reply about that. They also told us the codes mean the main brain box has malfunctioned.So if you want to buy this be aware that there is no service repair when something goes wrong. In addition, there is obviously a problem with this scooter which will probably cost me around the same price, or more, then we payed for it. 14 months of ownership and only not used for 5-6 months through the winters. I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT!!! Two of our neighbors have the GoTrax brand. I would highly recommend buying one of them for a couple dollars more. They are sturdier, longer battery life, go longer distances, smoother ride, certified service for issues, and faster (top speed) then the Segway. Segway will never get any of our money again. We are out a lot of money and now buying from a different company, GoTrax.

    3 people found this helpful

  14. 1kristen

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    So much fun

    My 10 year old son, my husband, and I all love riding this scooter!!Pros:Charges quicklyRides over grass and uneven sidewalkLong battery lifeNice easy fold mechanism – the bestHigh weight capacity for adults (my son and I even ride together sometimes)Easy assemblyCons:HeavyNeed to make sure you don’t accidentally turn on the light when changing speedWish it had a bellDoesn’t stop on a dime (kinda good so you don’t fly off)It’s super fast in my opinion and I’ve reached 21 miles per hour. This could be a pro or con depending on your needs. It’s fast for a child. I’d read it had 3 speed settings but they all reach 20 miles per hour. The speed settings only affect how fast you take off from a dead stop. The highest speed (red S) takes off so fast as to almost throw me off. Lol! I like the middle setting best for most situations.It’s super easy to throw in the trunk of your car and take it to the park or camping.It’s an expensive investment but we are so seriously happy we bought it!

    13 people found this helpful

  15. Thankful

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Solid E-Kickscooter

    Wow – we love these… ordered one… then two… now our third – and all are still running well! Friends and family love taking turns with these! Like that they are green-energy, light enough to carry, that they have solid tires, and are definitely easier to hop on and off of than an E-bike. Break gives more control than a regular bike break, too. Feels much safer in shared bike/walking areas, if permitted there.

    One person found this helpful

  16. Kathy A.

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Bought 2, after 3 months light use, 1 scooter battery dead

    I bought two of the scooters for Christmas 2021 and they sat with little use during winter snowy months, then used both scooters for light recreational use for a few months around the neighborhood, no commuting, then one stopped charging, and appears to be dead. I tried swapping chargers and handlebar components from good scooter, with no luck. Segway warranty on batteries is only six months —which time I used up when they were boxed sitting under the tree for Christmas or dormant during snowy months leaving me with essentially two months of actual battery use… and no Segway service centers in my state. I chatted with the Segway service center located in California, and after reviewing my case they suggested I ship the scooter to them at my cost for them to look at it, I have no idea how much shipping will be but it’s a very heavy item and since I only paid $300 for the scooter new so this is a non-supportable solution. They then recommended there may be some authorized parties in my state that could provide service and gave me a online search map link. After calling all the places across the entire north part of the state, I found out these places stopped working on segway scooters a couple of years ago because of supply chain issues and Segway wouldn’t authorize any level of tinkering, so local places all gave up on being authorized service reps. If you buy a Segway—you’re on your own unless you live with 25 miles of Los Angeles, CA service center. Hah!

    One person found this helpful

  17. Happy and Appreciative

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy way of life

    This scooter is awesome. I love everything about it. The wheels, speed, controls, display, headlight, deck, frame. It is a game changer for me and now I have an amazing day commuting. One of the most satisfactory investments I have made in awhile.

    One person found this helpful

  18. ButtercupButtercup

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Initial Impression

    Set up was easy, lights are great but the bell came broken. If you’re buying as a gift the box shows the product on it.

    2 people found this helpful

  19. Sam

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Gran compra

    Es una gran inversión. Buena autonomía, manejabilidad, batería. Mis felicitaciones

  20. JH

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Deliberately poorly designed. Unethical upselling tactics. Recommend staying away from Segway.

    NOTE: External battery is NOT compatible, despite all the descriptions.I’d recommend just getting a Hiboy instead, who fit the sweet spots of lightweight and price, upgradable design, range and comfortable riding far better than this disingenuously badly designed scooter.It’s usable, but on top of the complaints of bad customer service, shows clearly that Segway is not a trustworthy company. It’d be like Ferrari selling a slightly cheaper car made to drive poorly and get damaged easily to make you buy the real Ferrari, which isn’t actually practical as a daily car anyways. And the Ferrari having a bunch of upsells to make it workable.I wrote a long list of pros/cons of this scooter. I no longer feel like rewriting it. This thing is basically a scam.I tried to be optimistic about its design being safe, but I’m seeing now that it’s clearly not for safety. Just upselling tactics with deliberately bad design or gimping its power.I really don’t get how this got a Red Dot Design award over the Xiaomi, who at the very least fostered a modding community to fix all the problems.The grip tape and the form factor encouraging damaging your skin and clothes on contact due to poor design and things like the really annoying folding lever, on top of all the other problems.The designers made it almost impossible to test it without damaging it, by deliberately making it so that you would damage it and force an upsell.Don’t buy this unit, and I would recommend not buying anything from Segway.I gave it 2-stars because it’s still usable and reasonably comfortable to ride. But with the way it’s designed, there’s no advantage to it over a cheap $200 e-scooter.

    2 people found this helpful

  21. Kaz

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Decent for the price, just have an idea of real life distance.

    Pros:-Seemingly well made-easy to use-pretty lightweight even my 107lb Girlfriend can pick up and carry short distances-Light on the front is very well done and shines a perfect pattern-when folded you can wheel it around when holding the handlebars-Air-free tires means no flats to worry aboutCons:-Don’t be misled by the stated12mile range if you’re over 150lbs. Range will really depend on your weight and terrain.-front shock absorber doesn’t feel like it does much except make a clunking sound from time to time on bumps-Air Free tires make for a bit of a rough ride in some instances-You can’t change the speed indicator out of Kph-at around 35% state of charge I was unable to make it up hills that I was able to get up with a higher state of charge. The motor would shut off and I would have to push+power to get up the hill.Final Thoughts: I’m still happy with the Scooter purchase, I knew this wasn’t for long trips, though I do wish the battery system was a tad stronger/larger.Real world use: On 2nd full charge of two scooters.Round trip distance mostly flat 2.74 miles total distance, half that with front light turned on.Rider 1 173LBs, rider 2 107lbsBoth riders using middle power setting.After the ride Rider 1 scooter was at 64% state of charge (according to the scooter)After the ride Rider 2 scooter was at 81% state of charge (according to the scooter).As you can see, rider weight has a huge impact on range.

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  22. charleshaas94

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    5 stars because very accurate description.

    The description is very accurate, so I need to give 5 stars. That being said, this thing is so boring to ride, 12.4 mph is so slow compared to even a heavy mountain bike. (Also this version is not compatible with the external battery)Fastest mode will get you 12.4 mph and 7 miles range, next fastest mode will give you 8 miles or so at 12.4 mph with slow acceleration, and the mind numbing 16kmph~9mph mode is the one which gives you a range of 12.4 miles, you won’t get that range unless you are riding the lowest setting. (Which is in the product description)I’d say this is more for a child to commute to the bus stop, and lock up, rather than a legitimate commuter scooter for adults. Which as far as I can tell, they don’t claim to be.Speed: leaves something to be desiredBattery life: leaves something to be desiredShock absorbing: leaves something to be desiredCharging time: 6 hours for dead battery. I’d say that’s fine.

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  23. Demented

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great beginner adult scooter.

    Bought this rather on a whim, with an underlying legitimate reason. I was spending $40-$50 a week on Ubers just to get to work. With Amazon payments, 5 months of $60 seemed a lot cheaper.I’ve only had it a few days, but it’s already gotten me to and from work, to the vape shop, and even a late night snack excursion. I have a blast on it, and was surprised how easy I took to it. I was more of a bicycle kid growing up, so scooting around at 50 was rather easy.Only cons would be range not really as advertised, and it really sucks on hills. That’s not really an issue for me, as I can’t vape and scoot, so little walking bits are fine.Bottom line for me: it’s better than walking, fun and really easy to learn!

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  24. JaafahJaafah

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    price increased, good for needs

    easy assembly. delivered unconcealed in the original box (a bad thing). another review was mentioning the scooter shaking and making a weird noise with a video: https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R3SUW79TLYIMLS/ref=cm_cr_getr_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B08GKP7YXLI had the same problem a couple of times, turning it off and back on usually solved it. it didn’t make it unusable but was a little scary and not supposed to happen. process for switching between modes is kind of annoying. overall, I am happy with the purchase and I use this scooter almost every day to commute and just for fun. i bought this when it was priced at $299

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  25. Christopher larocca

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy to use

    Awesome starter scooter. Easy settings and great speed. 👍

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  26. Coach Tom

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    My son uses it to get around the University campus and loves it. Struggles up hills.

    Very high-quality scooter and great bang for the buck compared to much higher-priced options. My son uses it everywhere at his huge University campus. The only downside is that it cannot get up hills on its own. You do need to kick through the hill, but the battery assist helps a lot so it’s not that big of a deal.If you want a scooter that can crush hills, you’ll need to get a higher-priced, more powerful scooter.

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  27. Marco Polo

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Reliable, but short battery life.

    I’ve been using this for about 10 miles and looks like the battery lasts 15% for every mile. The hardware is pretty sturdy; I hit a few potholes by mistake and it is fine. No easy way to lock it. It feels like it is faster than 12mph max speed.

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  28. Julia Garfield

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Does the job right

    This scooter is great, and a somewhat affordable option if you don’t want to go all out or don’t have the funds to. I use it to commute as a college student to campus and back. I am also over the 220 weight limit and it is still fast and rides smoothly. My only gripes are that it’s pretty heavy and that it doesn’t handle inclines well. I haven’t had any trouble charging it, the charger is small and looks like a laptop charger so it’s not an issue to bring with me in my backpack. Overall, I really recommend this scooter!

  29. AdamZTx

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for short commutes to school and to see friends

    My teenagers got these for Christmas and they love it. It is well made, the batter appears to last a long while and the light is a beast. They’d like to go faster but for what they need it’s perfect. Definitely recommend

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  30. Harrison Cole

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Solid, Reliable. Great Value, High Quality. Super easy set up

    I shopped for quite a while to find a good scooter for my school commute, and did quite a bit of research. It seemed to me that the Ninebot Segway line was the most trustworthy and I am very glad I purchased one of their scooters. At the end, I was deciding between this model and the more expensive version with the extra external battery. I am glad I went with this cheaper option, I would have had no extra benefit from the more expensive option. This battery lasts a few miles and has nothing but solid. Very easy to set up out of the box.It has been about 2 months since I got my scooter and it is performing just like new. The different speed modes are nice to use, and the headlight is really bright if I am using it in the dark. One nice feature is that you don’t have to pump up any tires or worry about doing any “maintenance”. I often carry the scooter when folded up, it has some weight to it but is manageable and easy to fold up. Would recommend this scooter to anyone who needs an easy way to get around and doesn’t want to break the bank. Reliable, and worth it.So far, this scooter has held up great. Super happy about the purchase.

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  31. Miguel Angel RiseMiguel Angel Rise

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent e-scooter for $300. Perfect choice for beginners.

    This is my first e-scooter. I’ve been using this it for about 2 weeks now. I use to ride around at my local park and to commute to work. I have around 63 miles on it and here are my thoughts.°°° I will keep this page updated as I use my scooter throughout the year °°°°°° Latest update: June 13 2023 °°°::: Build Quality :::The build quality is excellent. The stem uses a 2-step mechanism that prevents it from unfolding while you are riding it. This was one of my concerns because budget scooters seem to have this issue going by a few comments from other brands. I’m glad Segway addressed this. I’ve had no issues so far.::: Packaging :::The scooter was packaged well. The product box has plenty of padding. There shouldnt be any way for it to be damaged/dented during shipping.::: Screen :::The screen displays your battery life, mph, and if you have cruise control activated. And it’s clear. Even under a sunny Florida day.::: Headlight/Brake light :::The scooter has a built in headlight and brake lights (they flash when you brake). Hats off to Segway. The headlight pattern has a similar design to a car where the hotspot is designed to illuminate your forward path and provide some lighting just ahead of you. It’s better than other brands that prefer to have a spotlight. These lights are intergrated with the battery and have a negligible affect on it’s range.::: Ride Comfort :::Unfortunately this is where this scooter takes a hit. I’ll first add that the board has a good amount of space for your feet and for you to maneuver on. The rubber padding also gives you excellent grip. There is no suspension given it’s budget price. You have puncture proof tires which means no maintenance. But it gives you a rougher ride compared to other scooters. The roads I take at the park and my commute to work are well to decently maintained. But a road non sealed cracked asphalt road will feel rough. Id say avoid this scooter if your local roads are not maintained. But otherwise it’s fine !::: Weight :::It weighs 30 pounds. That’s not bad ! I think most people can handle it. If you have to go up a single flight of stairs you’ll be fine but anymore and it’s going to suck for you.::: Wet roads :::I took a downpour on my ride from work (I’m in Florida) and I didn’t slip. My shoes gripped the rubber board well. And the internals were not fried due to water intrusion. This board is water resistant. So time will tell if it holds up.::: Charging :::Slow. It takes several hours. But that’s okay, it’s better for the battery. And if barely warms up. Any faster would reduce it’s life span.::: Registration :::You need to register with the Segway app to unlock it’s full potential. It’s easy enough. But I had initial issues. I ended up connecting it through Bluetooth settings on my phone. Then connecting it with the Segway app. No issues ever since.::: Range :::I take this to and from work. I am 5’7″ and weight 170 lbs. Here’s what I get:12 mph = 11.5-12 miles of range.My job is 5.2 miles from my home. So when I get to work I have 60% left. When I return home. I have between 10-20%. (And yes there is a cruise control thankfully) this is on par with what Segway states. There is a “D” mode that maxes out at 9mph. Which should get you the 15 miles of range. But I’ll need to do further testing.! Please note. I live and commute on mainly flat roads. If you have plenty of hills. Your range will drop greatly. Overall I’m happy with this range since it perfect matches what I need.::: Issues :::None so far:::::: Final Opinion? ::::::This is an excellent scooter. It’s fast enough I can enjoy a nice ride around at my local park with lots of smooth walking/biking trails. I can also take it to work in 30 minutes. It feels like time flies by since I’m listening to music and staying alert with drivers around me. Although I’d say I’d be happier with the E2+ which goes 15mph. But my next upgrade will be a scooter that can go 20mph. This E2 tops out at 12 mph. And that’s enough to go without wearing a helmet and elbow/knee pads. I had 3 instances where I wasn’t quick enough to adjust my center of mass so I went off the scooter and onto the road/grass. You need to learn how to fall off this scooter. Once you get the hang of it, you’ll be fine and can recover quickly. But be careful taking turns too sharply. These wheels are not designed for that. Take sharp turns carefully.This is the perfect beginner scooter for commuting to work. Giving it to your kids. Or just driving around. Do I have regrets ? Nah. This is the perfect entry level price to give you a feel for escooters and if you want to eventually upgrade. Though … I’m having so much fun .. that now I want the 20 mph escooters. But those WILL require you wear protection or you are heading to a medical clinic after you wipe out. So for now, I’m good.::: should I buy it ? :::Yes! It’s so much fun.

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  32. Ghost Hack

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Very light-weight electric scooter, but underpowered

    This is a light-weight electric scooter that is easy to carry, especially if you need to go up and down stairs, or stow under a desk. My commute is about 6 miles for a roundtrip with a big hill, a full charge is enough. That being said, this scooter definitely has difficulty going uphill and needs kick assistance. The incline angle that the scooter can push (at max power mode) is very small, it seems mostly designed for flat terrain; if an incline is hard to walk, then it is also hard on the scooter. I wish this had another higher-power mode for hills.

  33. jmk63

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Son likes it and zooms around the town (safely) on it…very good range for the $ too

    Both the scooter and the Segway app work great. The app allows him to ‘lock’ the scooter from operating. Can someone pick it up and walk off – sure – but it’s bricked until you turn it back on. His mileage has been very good too, usually recharging every couple days. Sturdy, well built, it even hauled my larger posterior around the street. Charge it to 100% the first time before use, and keep in mind first use the battery may run down faster than you think it should. Subsequent charging cycles have shown this gets a veery good distance per charge now. He’s happy, it’s built solid and it was priced well for the market segment.

  34. Sheralyn Milton

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Misleading Advertising

    Hi, my name is Wytemi, Sheralyn’s 25 year-old son. I will be reviewing this product. I highly recommend reading this in-depth review BEFORE considering buying this product. I have had the opportunity to really push the scooter to the limit the past 2 weeks. I am sad to say that this product boasts a misleading advertisement. I’ve separated my review into 7 categories and a final verdict at the bottom.SPEED :I am displeased that this bike can only go 12 miles per hour on flat land. If you are going down a hill, you can only cruise down at about 14 miles per hour. This is considered on the slow end of what most other E-Scooters offer; 15-20 is considered average across the market of E-Scooters.On an incline, this E-Scooter states in the advertising that it can handle a 7% incline. This is fine, but considering most places you will be going is at least sitting at a 10-15% incline. When riding the E-Scooter at any percent higher than 7%, the E-Scooter slows to a crawling 7 mph. Considering my standard walking distance is usually 4 mph, this was like the speed of a hoverboard, which defeats the purposeMOVEMENT:This bike has little to no inertia. If I were on any other scooter or bike and going down a hill, I could easily clock 20 MPH, but this bike isn’t even capable of hitting 16 mph at any circumstance, even if you have the pedal pressed down (which is required to even hit speeds of 16 mph on a downward decline). If the battery were to die; which I did check, the bike because a slog to travel on. Its like the wheels have some resistance working against it unless the electric pedal is in use.BATTERY & DISTANCE:The battery dies FAST. The E-Scooter has a simple 5 bar battery display. Each bar represents 20% of battery, and a flashing bar represents 10% battery. On a usual cruise through the park I can watch the battery drop and its the most concerning thing about this E-Scooter. A normally 15 minute walk to my campus on less than 4% incline or so will take my battery down from 100% to around 70% in 15 minutes.I decided to put the E-Scooter to the biggest test. My sister lives about a 20 minute walk away from me, and the trip is a steady 10% all the way up. The E-Scooter was able to make the trip, at the cost of 40% of the battery in only 15 minutes. On the way back home, while it was a steady downward 10% incline, It still consumed an additional 16% to get home in 15 minutes. By the time I plugged the E-Scooter back in to the power supply, the battery was at 33%. The battery lost 66% in only 30 minutes.This bike advertises a max distance of 12 MPH, but in my tests and regular uses, this E-Scooter hasn’t been capable of even hitting 5 mph.WEIGHT:At almost 25 lbs., this E-Scooter is very heavy and is a chore to take up even a short flight of stairs. I do appreciate and commend the option of folding the E-Scooter, however even with the folding mechanism, I find myself just breaking courtesy rules and cruising inside buildings as it is just so heavy to carry around.The weight limit on this E-Scooter is only 220 lbs. at maximum; I weigh about 190 on average. Anyone heavier, even by a pound, will make the E-Scooter crawl. To you romantics out there, I don’t suggest taking a Significant Other as a ride partner on these. You would be better off renting a public scooter.PHYSICAL FEATURES:The folding mechanism, which is nice that this heavy E-Scooter offers, is still not enough to give benefit of the doubt. The folding mechanism is cheap and only held by a cheap piece of plastic, and I’ve noticed it comes unlatched on its own just by carrying it. Standing it up in a corner is a pain as there is no wheel locking mechanism. However, the latch mechanism which helps hold the E-Scooter up while in transit is very sturdy. You need not worry about the bike folding down on you in the middle of a ride.I will say that the wheels are surprising durable in comparison to the rest of the E-Scooter. While I have not tested it on ice in the winter, it performs very well in rain, over puddles, and over large cracks. The E-Scooter does very well in this field.The handles are made of a cheap foam that can tear easily. The brake and electric gas pedal are made of cheap plastic.The front Brake pedal is not a proper brake, but an electric brake. It will slow the E-Scooter down, but it fails miserable in terms of an emergency full stop. I have almost run into several stopped cars or pedestrians because I forget that’s not what this pedal is for. The real emergency brake is at the rear wheel behind you, however it requires you to put all your weight on it to get a proper emergency stop.DIGITAL U.I.:The UI is disappointing. The display I received is is KMPH and not in MPH.The UI does have a proper number battery percentage, but it only shows when plugged in. I do not thing bars are a good representation of battery; this is a fad that should have died in the early 2000’s.The flashlight icon is activated by pressing the power button once lightly, which is confusing and contradicting. There should have been a dedicated flashlight button. I will say the flashlight works quite well ay night and is quite bright.This E-Scooter could have benefited from a smartphone app connection to change settings, but the UI provided is permanent. So I will sadly be stuck reading and calculating KMPH to MPH when riding.PRICE:On the official Segway Ninebot website, the ES1L is priced at $379.99. Here on Amazon, which is where I bought it, is marked down at only $299.99. This price drop is welcoming considering all the downsides this E-Scooter has against it. While I have so many opinions against this E-Scooter, it is hard to not justify it’s price tag of almost $300; not including shipping. When every other E-Scooter on the market with all these issues resolved on them, they are charged between $650 to $900. So the cheap price does make the lackluster features of this E-Scooter understandable.VERDICT:PROS: The price alone makes this a decent purchase if someone is looking for an E-Scooter for very short term commuting. While it’s a pain, It does barely fit my needs and I can get where I need around my college town. The wheels are surprising durable and will not break down if you live in an area with tattered asphalt or harsh terrain. The flashlight is quite bright and you need not worry about being missed in the dark by an incoming car or late night runner.CONS: Everything else.

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  35. Chris

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    An attractive, but very basic electric scooter

    The Segway ES1L Escooter is my 2nd escooter, as I’ve previously purchased the HiBoy SL2 Pro, which I still have. The two escooters are in different classes, as the Segway is more of an entry level.After reading many reviews on the Segway ES1L, I knew what to expect before I purchased it. Still, I found myself wishing more was included with the escooter. But having paid $299 for the ES1L, I am comfortable for what I got for the money. Still, it would have been nice to have something as basic as a bell on the escooter.Pros:Design – This scooter was introduced a few years ago, but the design I feel is still modern, and even better the newer escooters costing much more.Weight – One of the reasons I purchased this escooter was I was looking for something easier to carry around than my HiBoy SL2 Pro. And at about 25 pounds, the Segway ES1L is much lighter, and more comfortable to carry.Suspension – I was pleasantly surprised by how soft the ride was over small bumps, as the tires are not air-filled, and are relatively small. There is a cheap sounding “clunking” noise that’s made when the ES1L goes over some bumps…and it can get bouncy. But it’s not a harsh ride, and I prefer it over the HiBoy, even though the HiBoy has bigger 10 inch tires, and cost $215 more.Folding – One of the easier escooters to fold. Simply step on the latch in the front, and the scooter folds. You can hook the top half to the rear fender, making the scooter very easy to carry. To open the scooter back up, just reverse those steps.Braking – The electronic brake felt pretty strong, and is easy to use.Cons:Speed – I knew before purchasing the escooter, the speed was limited to 12.4 mph (20 kph). But still, I find myself wishing it was made to reach 15-16 mph. My HiBoy goes 19-20mph.Range – Probably the most disappointing part of the escooter is the pitiful range. For a scooter that only goes 12-13 mph, it would have been nice to be able to get more than the 12.4 miles per battery charge. Real life range is most likely 7-9 miles.Safety features – Missing a tail lamp, and a bell is disappointing. I understand wanting to keep costs down, but these two features would make riding more safe, and should not have been left out. I mean, how much would it have added a bell…something tricycles come with?Neutral:Fun to ride – The ES1L is fun to ride, but the lack of speed makes it less enjoyable. There is no cruise control, which would have made the ride, greater.Who is this scooter for?The Segway ES1L is perfect for those just starting out with electronic scooters, as it’s not powerful, easy to carry, and easy to ride. The ES1L is also perfect for someone looking for an escooter for short commutes.Who would not want this scooter?If you are looking for an escooter with fast speed and/or great mileage, look elsewhere. This is a basic escooter, and is priced that way. If you are looking for an escooter to ride on busy, or active city streets, I would pass on this, as it will not be able to keep up with traffic. An exception would be if you live in a town with bike lanes, or if you are okay with not being able to keep up with traffic when riding your scooter.If there was an option to give 3.5 stars, I would have do so. But because of the $299 price, as well as the other parts of this scooter I like, I give the Segway ES1L, 4 stars. If this scooter was $350, or more, I would have given it 3 stars.

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  36. BRITTANY PONCE

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Quality and Product!!

    My son loves it. It’s works great and charges quickly. He loves to ride it to go fishing and around the neighborhood. It’s a little heavy but not terribly heavy. All in all it’s a great product & we’d definitely recommend 👌 👍 😀

  37. Jesse

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Fat guy on a scooter

    So I gonna give my honest opinion, my kids like to ride bikes in the neighborhood and my old self doesn’t wanna walk that and I ain’t blowing my knees out on a bike. So I got one of these. Super impressed. Feels cheaply made but surprisingly well put together. Now I say on an incline this poor scooter really tries. But on flat ground carrying my 240lbs or down hill we hitting almost 16mph. Only last like 2 hours of constant going around. So if you are heavier then the weight limit this scooter is cheap enough and sturdy. Pull the trigger chubby, it’s worth the smile you’ll have as flying through the neighborhood while your kids have to pump bike pedals.

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  38. Vegastar

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for the price

    I was a bit afraid to get this scooter given the negative reviews, but it is one of the cheapest name brand e-scooters out there, and I’m just not willing to spend a ton of money for an e-scooter. I’m not trying to win a scooter race, or go off-roading with it, I just wanted a scooter to get to the bus stop. So it’s actually a very decent scooter and I’m very happy with it. Now, full disclosure, I weight between 140-150 pounds, and this scooter’s weight limit is 220 pounds. I think being underweight REALLY helps with getting the advertised mileage and speed. My brother is closer to the weight limit, and he complains it’s slow, but he still has fun riding it.There are a couple of negative points: the floorboard is small. You have to stand with your feet one behind the other, and the back feet needs to be on “tip toes” so as not engage the back brake. It doesn’t bother me much personally, but if putting most of your weight on one foot is an issue for you, then this scooter is not for you. Secondly, the scooter doesn’t have “suspension”, you will definitely feel the tiny bumps and cracks on the road. Thirdly, I can’t get the app to connect to the scooter, but you don’t NEED the app to ride it anyway, it’s just a thing to help you set cruising speeds.The positives: One of the cheapest quality e-scooters out there, with a nice streamlined look, and less heavy than other e-scooters. I do think the advertisement oversells how easy it is to carry around: it’s not that easy, it’s still heavy, but definitely less heavy than other scooters I tried.

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  39. Aiperi

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I like it

    So cool toy for my son, he’s so happy 😍

  40. Victorino

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Esta bien

    Muy buena me ha funcionado solo que la bateria no aguanta mucho pero para lo que lo necesito esta muy bien

  41. Joseph Boone

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    EXCELLENT!

    Amazing scooter.

  42. Celene Almagro

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Magnífica

    Se pliega y despliega perfectamente/ es segura/ la carga de la batería dura correctamente

  43. bettyboop009

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    You guys!!!!

    40yr old mama here after watching reviews I purchased for my kids. But when it came it took less than 10min to set up. You don’t have to build it. The brakes nothing . You have to screw on the top handle and connect the cord and that’s it! It even had a good charge I could ride it out of the box. I did a couple of tester runs in the house back and fourth and I was smiling ear to ear. Now we must buy a 2nd one so we all can ride in pairs together. If your on the fence just do it!! The only cons for me is the box is kind of heavy bringing it into the house and the big box was delivered on my porch where it sat in clear daylight showing the scooter. So make sure someone is home to bring it in because it is not disclosed. Other than that it’s a very sturdy scooter easily holding a adult teens or tween. My 10yr rode it with no issues

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  44. Margaret Delgado

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good little scooter! Some things to think about…

    Pros:I feel safe on it.It is heavy but I still am able to manage up the stairs 3 flights up to my apartment.Its easy to use. Oe button throttle, one for breaking.Smooth ride for wheels which are solid, not pumped.Cons:No horn or mirrors. I cant see behind myself on the bike lane, makes me nervous when motor bikes approach me from behind.Battery life two days back and forth a mile each day. One three bars I felt a speed difference. it was slower but kept going.Note: Buy a helmet, I bought the thousand helmet (fits pretty cute and is solid), I also bought a u-lock so I could leave it in the front of the gym. Just put it through the back tire and wa-la!

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  45. Therese

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    My scooter

    I use this scooter to go back and forth to work daily it is awesome great I love it

  46. mturck

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    There’s no easy way to lock this up

    The Scooter is fine, but I can’t believe there’s no built in / native way to lock the E2 Scooter up. There is nothing built into the frame to attach the lock to, and are no spaces in the front wheel, and the rear wheel spokes are so small that any lock that might fit through that would be cut in less than a second.So my only option is buying a gigantic U Lock like this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00H3THP4K/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o06_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 and try to fit it across the entire body of the scooter and hope I’m close enough to the rack it’s being locked up to

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  47. Erica

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Impressed

    After trying another brand, this scooter has really impressed me. It’s well made and rides very smoothly. It’s very quiet so the lights are a great feature.

  48. Emily NYC

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best for short commutes and lugging up subway stairs

    Bought specifically for short commutes to and from work (4.5 miles each way) and ease of bringing up 3 flights of stairs to my walk up apartment or up/down subway stairs, and for those two requirements of mine this Segway is best. I have lighter scooters, but they can’t take the pounding of the potholes and atrocious road conditions of Brooklyn, NY (or rather, they pass on every jarring impact on to my bones) as well as this one does. I bought a heavier scooter that could, but at 40 lbs it was too heavy and punishing to transport for my 150 lb 5’2” frame. The ES1L is the perfect compromise. On standard mode a full charge will get me about 9 miles, and a bit less if the weather is cold (i guess the battery uses up more energy to keep itself humming). I have to charge it daily to have enough juice for the day. It does have the sport mode that supposedly can speed you up to 24 kmh but I haven’t used it other than to go up steeper hills on my commute, but even then I find the standard mode sufficient for that. I am not a speedster on roads so I find the 20 kmh speed at standard mode quick enough (the 4.5 mile commute is about 35 minutes). The headlights it came with are just bright enough to alert drivers in front of you about your presence – I bought a separate one to illuminate the road in front of me during night time trips. No rearlights either, so get some good ones to attach to your backpack or helmet. So far in the 3 weeks I’ve been using it, the corner of the sandpaper covering of the platform is starting to lift up but that can easily be remedied. Overall a really great simple, light but sturdy scooter!UPDATE 12/16/2020: Not even a month after purchase and the electric brakes have started to fail. The throttle pushes down but doesn’t pop back up, keeping the stroller in brakes unless you push the brake throttle back up. Soon after contacting Customer Service, it stopped taking a charge. So now I have a dead scooter. Still awaiting a box to send the unit in to be sent by the company – it has now been 2 weeks that I’ve been waiting. Segway’s customer service needs a lot of improvement. Will update again to say how the refurbished unit performs.UPDATE 10/27/2021: Battery is now floundering after a year of regular use. Gets discharged quickly, now only lasts 6 miles per full charge on standard speed mode. Replacing battery is going to cost $250 at a repair shop – and as a new unit is currently going for $299, it’s more sensible to just get a new one altogether. Will buy different brand, as the longevity is not the best on Segways.

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  49. Laura B.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    so far so good

    My mom recommended I buy this to commute around college. The acceleration is a little weird to get used to. It will only accelerate once you’re in motion. It wasn’t till I got an electric skateboard without that feature that I realized why. If you suddenly accelerate from a standstill you’re gonna jerk backwards. I have terrible balance so I haven’t actually used the breaks, I just bail. My sister said the back break is better to use than the front break since you may jerk forward if you’re moving too fast. You’ll get used to it after practicing. Its heavier than I thought. Unless you’re already pretty strong, you probably won’t be picking this up with one hand. You’re better off rolling it if you have to move it. The other reviews were right about the grip tape. My sister and I used it for 30 minutes and it was already bubbling up. I half want to just peel it off and replace it with skateboard tape cuz that’s ridiculous. Outside of that, the rest of it seems sturdy so far. I heard the folding lock might break over time but fingers crossed this lasts till graduation.edit:It only does hills on a full charge with a light rider (I’m 150lbs for ref). Even then you gotta get up to speed for it to keep going. When it had half a charge, it struggled and then died at the top of the hill with my 200lb boyfriend on it. It holds the charge for a while though, if you don’t ride it. I didn’t touch it for a month during Christmas n then rode it in the cold and it still had 2 bars left.edit 2 (11/7/2022):Its been like a year now. I’ve dropped it twice from going too fast down hill and now something in the pole part rattles. The accelerator sticks a bit and the breaks are wonky. Sometimes they’re on when I’m trying to push it around as opposed to when I’m actually using the break on the handle. Its now faster to push it when its off. Apparently you can fix the break issue by replacing the control board but I haven’t tried it yet.

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  50. BKim

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Scooter rating

    The scooter rating will be split up to 3 categories pro’s and con’s and middlePro’s 1. Its very comfortable and it has nice suspension2. It’s front light is very bright and there’s a brake light that blinks every time you reverse.3. The scooter isn’t as very loud and it doesn’t make any sound.4. Its standing pad is very largeMiddle’s,1. The speed is average2. It’s price for it is expensive but not to expensiveCon’s1. It’s battery life isn’t as long as another scooter I had which I had that lasted for almost 4 hours2. Its a lot slower then other scooters3. It’s pretty heavy for an average electric scooter4. The braking is ABSOLUETELY HORRIBLE, the breaking takes around 5 seconds for the scooter going at full speed to completely stop, and the braking doesn’t even work when its not moving so I can’t keep it in place, rather than an electric brake I would recommend a regular bike brake where you can control the amount of force and you can brake the scooter so it doesn’t roll down a hillOther then that I don’t really recommend this scooter since there can and will be better, faster, scooters for less or more, its just the fact that Ninebot is a pretty famous electric scooter brand but yet they use most of there funds on an electric break that barely works.

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  51. Montasser

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Downtown Ride – Electric Scooter!!

    Segway Ninebot ES1L Electric Scooter was more than I expected- it is very good for the money I paid < $500.00 . It works and rides great no issues . I am enjoying it to downtown and back short rides and also very easy to fold and carry on buses and trains, I recommend this scooter to everyone.

  52. COMSECFOR

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good Starter Scooter

    This is my first scooter (I’m 51). Easy to learn to ride right away. I’m 225 and this thing worked flawlessly but up small hills – it was a struggle. The only things I don’t like about it is that I can’t switch to miles from kilometers (no big deal) and it doesn’t have Bluetooth (so no app). Assembly took like 5 minutes. It was nearly fully charged when I got it. I got a lot of great compliments from other adults my age saying they want one, too! Always wear a helmet!*************Update: one year later. This scooter has given me solid, good service for the past year. I own a security agency and pretty hard on the equipment. This scooter has performed flawlessly. Yes, she does show a little wear and tear / noise after this time, but a solid investment!For those of you that 3d print and want to attach an Apple AirTag to this for an extra layer of security: be sure to check out Thing #5426050.

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  53. EGVEGV

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best scooter bang for buck!

    This scooter just cut our kids commute time from 40 mins to 10 every morning. And that’s from just 2 miles of driving before. It was easy to ride, stable and strong. The battery charged from 40% to 90% in 2 hours. And after several days of scooting, it is still over 70%. It says 12 mph top speed but we’ve gone on flat roads at almost 15mph.The best thing about this scooter is how light it is. So I can scoot with my son and take the scooter back with me for now so he doesn’t worry about locking it. The next best thing, it has a really good folding mechanism. It folds easy yet is beefy to not worry about it folding while commuting.Shipping was fast. Scooters were well packed. I would buy this brand again from the same seller!

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  54. David D

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for my needs

    Sold my motor scooter that I used to go out on a bridge to photograph boats. Bought this to ride out and ride back, to shoot. I get 3 or 4 trips between charges. I love it! Saves tremendous walking and time. I’m a 63 year old that weighs 200 lbs and it handles the incline of the bridge without losing much speed. Great purchase!

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  55. Zeus

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Pretty good scooters for my kids

    Scooters work great, my kids love them, we use them almost every day. The battery life is pretty good since my kids are pretty light so the scooters don’t struggle much to haul them around. They do very good on steep hills. The only issue that I have is that the charger for one of the scooter stops working so I have to unplug it for a few minutes and then plug it back in for it to work again.

  56. Craygee

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Quality but Lacking Common Options… NO BLUETOOTH

    Like you, I saw the $299 price and jumped on it. Unlike you, I didn’t research the ES1L at all because, I didn’t know I needed to.I knew I wanted the quality of the Ninebot and I wanted it cheaper. What I didn’t know was the ES1L is cheap because it lacks two MAJOR options that made me want it the most. First, the ES1L does NOT have Bluetooth. So if you saw all the hacking videos and the cool stuff you can monitor with the Segway app, you’re out of luck. Second, there is no extended battery hookup port on the vertical steering bar like ALL the other models. I had rightfully assumed there would be as there is nothing that says the “L” stood for lacking or loser.Other than those two things, this scooter made me smile and laugh. I go tearing a** through the neighborhood making all the preteen kids jealous on their non-powered scooters of shame. My husband and I also like taking it with us to camp sites as it makes it easier to get around. We weigh “the exact” limit of this scooter and get about 8 miles worth of range. It gets us from the house to Taco Bell (about 4 blocks away) and back with no issues.::TLDR::No Bluetooth, no external battery port, and lacking range. Other than that, it’s worth the $299. However, if you can get it cheaper go for it.

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  57. J. cohen

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Eh. Don’t get if going uphill

    OK, so I got this to help with the commute and expenses of a 4th car in the family. I commute 1 mile to a bus stop ( each way) so it was a no-brainer for me to get a scooter.This one is great on paved roads and with no hills.By no means can this thing get up even the smallest of hills. It really doesn’t do well.It also is NOT friendly to bumps. I don’t care what the reviews say or the listing. You hit a decent size bump or pothole and it’s no good.The hills I go up are not very steep. I am over the 220 pounds that it claims so I get it. That could 100% be it.It doesn’t get over 19 maybe 20 miles when I go down these hills. But it’s rare. It typically goes about 14-16. Nothing crazy. I am now comparing it to a scooter I rented in LA and that thing is what I want and need. So I will be returning this. I will go for something more expensive and better with hills and my size.

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  58. PS

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    4 stars !

    You get what you pay for. The scooter is very nice and ride well for what I need – which is to go grab coffee or travel a couple of blocks to see my friend. I got many complements on it but I do not think it can stand very heavy use.I also have the Ninebot Max that cost double and it would handle much more abuse. ESL1 also does not have as much power so it will go only moderately fast but a little faster that indicated on the box with my weight. Battery is good so far and as I can tell, the same as advertised.The handle is made of plastic type of foam and cushion. I can see that may be one of the first area to go.It is also front heavy. That’s where the motor and all electronic parts are. So you will have to be careful when riding and moving because the leg piece can swing around due to the uneven weight distribution.Overall I am giving this a 4 stars. It’s good to great but there are still room for improvement.

    25 people found this helpful

  59. CF

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Basically good as a basic model

    Moter break didn’t work well for a few times. This is same issue as shown by the video from another reviewer. The unique feature is that it might be the only low price model that has front suspension. I like this feature. I feel a little unsafe when riding at night cus it has no rear led light. You know when cars coming up to you from the back at night, it feels not that good thought you are not in their lane.

    One person found this helpful

  60. Patrick R C

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Needs front shocks

    The product itself wasn’t at all what I expected. Without no front shocks and solid rubber tires ,it’s a really rough ride . Every crack in the sidewalk is very much felt . But the get up and go are really sweet and good brakes . I would rate this as a 6 out of 10

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