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Segway Ninebot P100S Electric Kick Scooter


  • Maximum speed of 40 km/h.
  • Range of up to 100 km.
  • Lightweight and foldable design.
  • Powerful 650W motor.
  • Dual-brake system for added safety.
  • Large pneumatic tires for a comfortable ride.
  • IPX5 water-resistant rating for all-weather use.
  • Built-in front LED lights for visibility.
  • Connects to the Segway-Ninebot app for additional features.

Original price was: 8,999 AED.Current price is: 6,099 AED. Includes VAT

Free Delivery By: 18/07/2024
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Segway Ninebot P100S Electric Kick Scooter
1350W Motor, 62.1 Miles Range & 30 MPH, 10.5″ Tires & Ninebot MAX G30LP Electric Kick Scooter, Up to 25 Miles Long-Range Battery, Max Speed 18.6 MPH

Place of Origin
501-1000w, 1350W
Charging Time
Range Per Charge
Max Speed
Applicable People
Smart Type
bluetooth, Electronic
Battery Capacity
10 – 20Ah, 21 – 30Ah
Product name
Electric Scooter
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Max load
Climbing Capacity
Net weight
  • Powerful Motor & Battery: P100S equipped with nominal 650 motor (Max. power 1350W) travel range of 62.1 Miles, Speed of 30 mph and W. capacity 265lbs. Suitable for city commuting and traveling.
  • Safety and Comfort with Segway Adults Scooter: It comes with Front & Rear Torsion Bar Suspension, Dual Braking system to ensure your safety.
  • 10.5″ Self-Sealing Tubeless Tires: It can absorb each small bumpy of city street to upgrade your commuting and provide MAX comfort.
  • 6 Riding Modes: For different people and different road conditions, you can choose different Segway scooter riding modes. Interact with the NFC card to Power on/off and unlock
  • Portable Folding Frame – The adult folding scooter frame folds down and locks for easy storage making it easy to store in a car, at school, or the office. Ideal for 18–60 year-old (Height 5’2”–6’6” (160–200 cm)) adults and teens.

Product information

  1. Brand ‎Segway
  2. Color ‎Black and grey
  3. Age Range (Description) ‎Adult
  4. Special Feature ‎Lightweight, Foldable
  5. Weight Limit ‎265 Pounds
  6. Number of Wheels ‎2
  7. Model Name ‎Ninebot P100S
  8. Wheel Material ‎Rubber
  9. Item Weight ‎38.6 Pounds
  10. Handlebar Type ‎Adjustable
  11. Wheel Size ‎10.5 Inches
  12. Wheel Type ‎Pneumatic
  13. Suspension Type ‎Dual Suspension
  14. null ‎62.1 Miles
  15. Brand Name ‎Segway
  16. Suggested Users ‎Unisex-adult
  17. Manufacturer ‎Segway
  18. Style ‎P100S
  19. Size ‎Large

Best Sellers Rank #28,995 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #149 in Sport Scooters

Date First Available May 21, 2023

Brand Segway

Color Black and grey

Age Range (Description) Adult

Special Feature Lightweight, Foldable

Weight Limit 265 Pounds

Number of Wheels 2

Model Name Ninebot P100S

Wheel Material Rubber

Item Weight 38.6 Pounds

Handlebar Type Adjustable

1: Powerful Motor & Battery:
P100S equipped with nominal 650 motor (Max. power 1350W) travel range of 62.1 Miles, Speed of 30 mph and W. capacity 265lbs. Suitable for city commuting and traveling.

Product 1: Safety and Comfort with Segway Adults Scooter: It comes with Front & Rear Torsion Bar Suspension, Dual Braking system to ensure your safety.

Product 1: 10.5″ Self-Sealing Tubeless Tires: It can absorb each small bumpy of city street to upgrade your commuting and provide MAX comfort.

Product 1: 6 Riding Modes: For different people and different road conditions, you can choose different Segway scooter riding modes. Interact with the NFC card to Power on/off and unlock








Suspension Type

‎Dual Suspension

Best Sellers Rank

#28,995 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #149 in Sport Scooters

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3.9 3.9 out of 5 stars
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‎62.1 Miles

Wheel Type



Black and grey

Wheel Size

‎10.5 Inches

Handlebar Type


Item Weight

38.6 Pounds

Wheel Material


Model Name

Ninebot P100S

Number of Wheels


Weight Limit

265 Pounds

Special Feature

Lightweight, Foldable

Age Range (Description)


Date First Available

May 21, 2023

17 reviews for Segway Ninebot P100S Electric Kick Scooter

  1. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A great scooter – not ripped off from NIU at all – I owned both, this one’s better

    I’ve spent the last couple months looking at different eScooters. To date I have owned 4 – the Segway G30P and G30LP, the NIU KQUi3 Max, and the Segway P65, the latter of which is my favorite so far. Quick background – I’m over 6 ft (2M) tall, and 175 lb (80 Kg). Here’s what I like about the P65:Power – this is a very beefy scooter – the motor / battery combination provide great top-end speed of about 25 mph (40 km/h), which was quite a bit faster than both the G30P and the G30LP, and slightly faster than the KQi3 Max. All these scooters give you ways to limit the top-end speed, both by adjusting the ride mode from the console on the scooter, as well as inside the app. What I like about the P65 is that the app also allows you a way to customize the P65’s power onset from low to high, allowing you to set how much power you want the scooter to engage when you throttle up.Battery life – in my experience with real-world riding in my area (long stretches of flat/low-incline road with some smaller hills), the battery life lasts pretty well. I can commute to my job from home, a 12 mi roundtrip in about 5-7 min longer on this scooter than it takes in my car due to available bike lanes and shortcuts through parks. The trip there is mostly downhill and trip home is mostly, which consumes about 65% of battery life on this scooter. The KQi3 was comparable (though for reasons I describe below I was unable to test thoroughly), while the G30P has only 20% capacity left at the end of that ride, and the G30LP was almost completely out of power by the time I was done.Design – ultimately this area is why I decided to write a review. I actually bought the NIU KQi3 Max based on the feedback another individual posted to this product on Amazon and boy, did I regret doing so! While the Segway P65 and NIU KQi3 cosmetic look similar, offer about the same deck length/width, a similar-looking console, and nearly the same motor and battery capacity, having ridden both scooters I can say they are actually very different and in my opinion, the P65 is far superior, as follows:BRAKES: the KQi3 Max uses a rear disk brake versus P65 uses a rear drum/electronic brake. The rear disk brake on the KQi3 Max locked up about 2 miles into my first ride on it, which overheated and warped the disk rotor to go out-of-round to the point where it was rubbing against the brake caliper, which slowed down the top speed to 20 mph and created an unsafe riding condition. I’ve ridden over 40 miles on the P65 so far and have had no braking issues, even in hard brake situations.Controls: The P65 offers a much more robust control environment compared to the G30LP and G30P, though all three offer a single-handed braking system. The KQi3 has a somewhat comparable control environment to the P65, but with fewer features as well as a two-hand braking system. The P65 also offers turn signals, cruise control, multi-brightness adaptable headlights; which none of the other models have. The P65 also has an antitheft feature that doesn’t rely on using the app to unlock the scooter for use; this is not available in the KQi3 Max. Granted, some may view the P65’s advantages as bells and whistles (do you really need cruise control?). But, I personally think the app-free anti-theft feature on the P65 are easy to use, which increases the odds that I will actually use them. I’m not too keen on fiddling with my phone every time I use my eScooter, and had disabled the app-related security features on the KQi3 Max before first use, which seems to miss the point entirely. And, having used the turn signals and single-hand brakes, I believe they are critical safety features for keeping both hands on the eScooter while zipping around on roads in traffic.Lastly, I want to thank Amazon for its great customer service as I’ve tried out these different eScooters. I kept the G30P because my wife likes it, and this way we can ride together. I returned the G30LP because the shorter steering column and shorter deck felt cramped to both of us, and the lower battery capacity really couldn’t keep up with the G30P, which meant we kept having to cut our rides short. Finally, I returned the NIU KQi3 Max because of the braking issue. Amazon handled every return professionally!

    55 people found this helpful

  2. Melissa StoudtMelissa Stoudt

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Overall impressive

    Speed is more than adequate, operation is fairly simple. App is bloated and i would much prefer to have a better dashboard with inclusive features as opposed to having to change things via my phone.Range is misleading. Over realatively flat terrain my 230lb frame sees about 12 to 15 real miles which has so far been adequate. I am a truck driver and this is an easy to carry way for me to get around town. It was my first scooter and will not be my last, but i would certainly prefer at least a front suspension. Overall it has veen a blast and I get a ton of questions about it. It is also a very good compromise between speed, weight and range.

  3. Mitch StadelMitch Stadel

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I’m impressed

    Ordered the p65 for my wife and received it today. We are mid ride now andstopped for food. Initial impressions… for $1000 on sale, this scooter is outstanding. Build quality and ride quality are steps above the Ninebot Max. Larger deck, heavier, sturdier frame. Larger and wider tires. Smoother ride. I would recommend .

  4. Robert

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Horrible for commuters

    I recently purchased the Segway p65 Kick Scooter from Amazon, and I have been thoroughly disappointed with the overall experience. First and foremost, the lack of a cup holder is incredibly inconvenient. When commuting and getting thirsty, it’s frustrating to not have a simple cup holder available to keep hydrated. It’s astounding that such a basic accessory is not offered for sale.Furthermore, the absence of a mirror on the scooter poses a serious safety issue. When driving in traffic, it’s essential to have a reliable rearview mirror to check for approaching vehicles. However, Segway and Amazon fail to provide a mirror option for purchase on their website, leaving riders in a vulnerable position.Staying in touch while on the go is a necessity in today’s connected world. Unfortunately, the unavailability or incorrect configuration of phone mounts for the Segway p65 is another major letdown. Even when they are advertised for sale, they either remain out of stock or don’t fit the scooter’s extension holes properly. This lack of compatibility and the unavailability of essential accessories is unacceptable.Lastly, the customer service experience provided by both Segway and Amazon has been subpar. When I reached out to them regarding the advertised items that are never available for purchase, their response was vague and unsatisfactory. They simply stated that the items have been advertised but are not currently available, without offering any clear indication of when that might change.Overall, my experience with Amazon’s offering of the Segway p65 Kick Scooter has been disappointing and frustrating. The lack of basic accessories, inadequate customer service, and false advertising of unavailable items have left me feeling dissatisfied and regretful.do not advertise products that are not actually for sale.

    5 people found this helpful

  5. Ed MarmonEd Marmon

    5.0 out of 5 stars


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     . I have riden a lot of scooters and ebikes. I have Talarius sting R, Segway p65, Evercross H7, Surron Light Bee, Lectric XP 3.0 and a few more electric rides.From my experience I would say always get quality if you canSegway definitely stands out for there quality and build quality . They are the Surron/Talarius version of a scooter although Segway also makes a killer E bike just haven’t ridden one yet.You won’t be disappointed buying this. The only thing is it doesn’t have any suspension but even without is so smooth on roads it’s nothing like a cheap scooter. You know your riding quality when you ride this.I myself may try the p1000 or GT2 just because I do ride very steep hills.The Segway p65 will get you up any hill I just think dual motors may be better for me personally.If you need a super nice scooter get this!

    4 people found this helpful

  6. Mich

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Ruff ride with no shocks

    I trust Segway, so purched 2 scooters for me and my wife. I spent $999,00 each scooter. Nice technology , looks.nice, but a bad ride. With no shocks, your back kills you when you hit any bumps. I sent them both back for a refund. When I recive my refund, I will purchase one that cost $1,299. With shocks and dual motors 11″ tires front and back shocks. Buy it once and buy it right or you will spend money twice. Do your home work. You could spend thousands on a scooter. It’s crazy.Make sure you can get servive and parts or you can be screwed. That’s what I look for. I looked at many scooters for weeks, but you will never know the ride till you test ride it. Next time I will purchase one, and if it’s good, I can order a 2nd scooter for my wife. I like to purchase from Amazon because if it’s not good, I can return it. Keep that in mind.Good luck out there!

    4 people found this helpful

  7. GeraldoGeraldo

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Good scooter but hard to repair

    I’ve been a Segway costumer for two years now, but this time I will definitely change company. The back tire broke a month a go, I tried to find a replacement but There’s not replace for the back tires not even in their website. Their support team sucks and you get stuck with a useless scooter.

    5 people found this helpful

  8. Adriana Andrade

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    did not work out of the box.

    It is really sad that an item this expensive will not even turn on out of the box. Tried to reach out to Segway and they have a very cumbersome protocol to have warranty processed. No warranty center in Georgia!

    2 people found this helpful


    1.0 out of 5 stars

    It should reach 25 mph. It’s slow

    P65 advertised maximum speed is 25 mph. This won’t go more than 23 mph even going down hill. I haven’t been able to correct it. Seems to be designed to prevent higher speed.I tried to get tech support, but apparently there is no solution but to return it

  10. Erick N Escobar Henriquez Erick N Escobar Henriquez

    5.0 out of 5 stars


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    6 people found this helpful

  11. Bud

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Blue tooth did not work, it’s useless then

    Never got the useless scooter to work, just a hassle so I returned this useless waste of time!Sad they send out untested products very disappointed!

    4 people found this helpful

  12. Michaela

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Good Scooter, came with uncalibrated brakes

    This scooter provides a smooth and fast ride. It has lots of safety features such as a horn, turn signals, brake lights, and reflective tape. Love the Segway ambiance lights too! The app is nice, and the NFC key is wonderful. The scooter beeps if you move it when it’s turned off for theft protection.However, I realized after my first ride that the disc brake continuously runs against the pads. This essentially makes the scooter un-rideable until I can get it fixed. The brakes say “Do not adjust” on them, so I can’t get anyone to help me fix them. I’m unsure where to go from here so I can continue riding this beautiful scooter!

  13. Mr.T

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    P65 great ride ….

    However good look finding replacement tires on Amazon…

  14. BJ

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Stolen Design from NIU

    The design is exactly the same as NIU’s KQi3 max model, but more expensive, and does not have as nice brakes.

  15. Joseph Mead

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Straight up stolen design.

    Listen, I have no idea if it’s a good scooter or not but the design is straight up stolen from NIU. NIU scooters are cheaper, really good quality and a way better bang for your buck in my opinion. Paying 2 grand for a 500watt scooter is ludicrous.

    19 people found this helpful

  16. Amazon Customer

    1.0 out of 5 stars


    I RECEIVED A DEFECTIVE SCOOTER, SHAME ON SEGWAY, not to mention the nightmare of packing it again and waiting for UPS that never came to pick up the package after a whole day waiting-till 9pmI have learned reading reviews that many other buyers have had the same problem with the Scooter, error 10 bluetooth connectivity .if you dont buy it directly from Segway the Customer services sucks but i blame Segway.This was my first electric scooter and maybe in a way I am glad I went with a different brand.The feature of forcefully having to use the phone, which I hate cell phones is a pain that should be taking off. bye bye Segway

    3 people found this helpful

  17. Jack Dawson

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Seems Like A Nice Scooter, Could Not Get App To Work Initially, Support Not Much Help

    So I ordered one of these directly from Segway. It came securely packaged and was pretty easy to get it out of the box and put it together. I’m a Segway owner from the days of the i2 model and so far I long for the old Segway company before the name was sold to whoever owns it now.When looking for a scooter I was looking for something that had more than a 220 pound rated weight limit so I could safely carry a backpack full or groceries, camera gear or whatever I might need to take with me on a scooter instead of walking or driving. Depending on what I needed to take with me, a scooter with a 220 pound weight limit might not be enough. I chose Segway because the old i2 I have was an excellent product.This arrived pretty quickly after ordering it. I didn’t do anything with it for a few days since it was raining. When it came time to try it out, I pulled out the two little bags with accessories and tried to get the thing working. It comes with a hex wrench, 6 bolts to attach the handlebars to the stem and two instruction type “books” that have print so small you would think they were written for Lilliputians.When I did get around to trying to use it, I discovered that you MUST have a smartphone because this thing WILL NOT work without the app to activate it. Assembly is pretty simple or so I thought. There is a cable inside the handlebar stem and the handlebars that must be connected. There is some extra piece in there for something and I’m not sure what it is for. You can see this cable connection in the video Segway posted in this product listing.The two pieces that you have to connect inside the handlebar stem are a VERY tight fit and poor design in my opinion. After a few minutes I figured out which two pieces to connect and jammed them together. So far everything else on this thing seems to be designed well but this connection is not and I suspect it will be the thing that potentially fails in this scooter.Once I got the cables connected I jumped through the hoops to download and install the app. Once you get the app installed you have to make sure bluetooth is on. The app searches for the scooter. Once it finds the scooter it lets you know and then in my case the app wouldn’t do anything else after telling it to go ahead and finish about 50 times.With the app not working I tried the “chat” support thing on the Segway website. That was no help at all. They told me to do the same thing that I had just done after struggling to read the Lilliputian manual that come with it. Maybe that chat thing is just for people who have questions about buying a Segway and not for tech support.After giving up on the chat support I made sure the iPhone had the latest update, deleted the Segway app I had just installed and installed it again. Once again it could find the scooter but wouldn’t go through the rest of the app setup process. At this point I tried the email support on the Segway website. That took a couple days to get a response and that was also of no help.In the mean time I decided to see if I could figure out what was wrong with this thing. Since I’ve never had any device from this new Segway company I had no idea what this thing was suppose to look like or how it was supposed to operate when using it or going through this setup process. Every time I waved the “start” card over the screen to power it on, a few lights on the control screen would come on and it would flash the number 10.After a while I was able to determine that the “10” it was flashing was an error code. After searching online I was able to figure out that this error code was probably “Communication error between the dashboard or the main control board.” I didn’t know what that meant but I thought it might have something to do with the cables that need to be connected before you put the handle bars on the stem. I tried pushing them together even harder thinking that maybe this was where the communication error was occurring. I did that, put the handle bars back on the stem and had the same problems.I once again took the handle bars off and this time pulled apart the two cables that were supposed to be connected to see if maybe there was something wrong with the cables. These two cables are VERY hard to push together and VERY difficult to pull apart. When I finally did get them apart the pins that were originally sort of encased in rubber or plastic were no longer encased in rubber or plastic. The pins were there and the piece that covered them when they arrived was stuck in the other cable.I tried connecting the cables again and STILL got the same error. I pulled them apart yet again and when I started the Segway again, the flashing “10” went away and the screen on the handlebars no longer had anything flashing. I tried using the app to register this thing and it finally worked. It downloaded a firmware update.After I figured this out, I got a response from my inquiry to Segway tech support that basically said to do the same thing the unhelpful response from the Segway chat support suggested.If you get one of these and the bluetooth app registration process craps out and the screen flashes “10” then chances are the problem is the two cables you have to connect when you get this thing are not making a connection. This seems like the first thing any chat or support from Segway might suggest. They might even ask what you are seeing on the screen to diagnose this.Due to the recent bomb cyclone on the east coast I have not yet been out riding this thing. It does seem like it will be a decent scooter. I will updated this review in the future after I actually get out on this thing.I will note a couple other things:The manual warns against getting this thing wet but the video on the Segway website shows the guy riding through a pretty large puddle. Can you ride this thing in the rain, can you ride it through puddles? That seems unclear what it is safe to doOne of the graphics in this product listing call this scooter “lightweight and foldable”. The foldable is certainly accurate. The “lightweight” depends on your definition of “lightweight”. I had never seen one of these in person before and therefore never held one. This scooter tips the scales at a bit over 58 pounds. While that is lightweight enough for some people to pick it up and put it in a car, you need to be fairly strong to carry this thing any significant distance. It is like carrying the most awkward 58 pound suitcase you have ever picked up.These are just some initial thoughts, experiences and difficulties getting started with this Segway p65. I’ll update this more after I actually get out on it and use it.

    35 people found this helpful

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