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Segway Ninebot One S2 Hoverboard - £449 delivered @ Halfords
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Segway Ninebot One S2 Hoverboard - £449 delivered @ Halfords

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Posted 10th Dec 2019

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Good price for an entry level EUC.

On halfords website it describes this as a hoverboard. This is not a hoverboard. This is an Electric Unicycle or EUC we call it for short.

15mph and 14 mile range depending on user weight, terrain, temperature etc etc.



This is only entry level. You can get better ones at different places. Also search ebay for decent 2nd hand EUCs. Top end EUCs can cost around £2000 but they have a top speed of 35mph and 40 mile range.

Some good EUCs to search for on ebay are gotway, kingsong, ninebot and inmotion.
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Hoverboard VR Simulator?
Code expires at 10am so be quick.
dpathic200110/12/2019 07:21

Hoverboard VR Simulator?


Omg. I used the wrong link. Good to see that HUK staff are working hard tho
Good website called speedyfeet.co.uk where you can buy more professional EUCs. I have bought 2 from there already and i can vouch that Ian is a top bloke and very helpful.

I currently own a Gotway MSX and a Kingsong KS18L
Don't know how they get away calling these things hoverboards when they don't
furbars10/12/2019 08:11

Don't know how they get away calling these things hoverboards when they …Don't know how they get away calling these things hoverboards when they don't


This is not a hoverboard. Hoverboards are for kids. These are Electric unicycles.
What's the code/discount? This has been this price at Halfords (and other places) for months - I'd call it RRP...
Edited by: "gregskellorn" 10th Dec 2019
Halford's legal disclaimer-

"Electric scooters must not be used on public highways, pavements, cycle lanes or bridleways, but only on private property with the owner's consent. For further guidance, please click here.
The_Name_With_No_Man10/12/2019 08:34

Halford's legal disclaimer-"Electric scooters must not be used on public …Halford's legal disclaimer-"Electric scooters must not be used on public highways, pavements, cycle lanes or bridleways, but only on private property with the owner's consent. For further guidance, please click here.


Doesn't stop anyone around here
cactusbob10/12/2019 08:35

Doesn't stop anyone around here


Here is someone that it has stopped: A takeaway boss has been fined £180 and received six points on his licence - for riding an electric unicycle without insurance.

The £850 unicycle was seized by cops for destruction. Kamrul said: “The police said if I did not provide proof of insurance then they would dismantle it. They charged me for not having insurance but you cannot even get insurance. You can’t get motor insurance if you do not have a number plate.”
Edited by: "The_Name_With_No_Man" 10th Dec 2019
The_Name_With_No_Man10/12/2019 08:39

Here is someone that it has stopped: A takeaway boss has been fined £180 …Here is someone that it has stopped: A takeaway boss has been fined £180 and received six points on his licence - for riding an electric unicycle without insurance.The £850 unicycle was seized by cops for destruction. Kamrul said: “The police said if I did not provide proof of insurance then they would dismantle it. They charged me for not having insurance but you cannot even get insurance. You can’t get motor insurance if you do not have a number plate.”


That's Wales
sussexroyal10/12/2019 08:50

That's Wales

That happened in Wales, but they have the same law as the rest of Britain, The Road Traffic Act 1988. There are many other examples of prosecution of escooters, segways, etc. in Britain, including England. This was one specifically of a unicycle.
gregskellorn10/12/2019 08:19

What's the code/discount? This has been this price at Halfords (and other …What's the code/discount? This has been this price at Halfords (and other places) for months - I'd call it RRP...


You snowflake
Seen people by mine using these, they look absolutely ridiculous.
smokenlazer10/12/2019 08:13

This is not a hoverboard. Hoverboards are for kids. These are Electric … This is not a hoverboard. Hoverboards are for kids. These are Electric unicycles.


Hoverboards have not been invented.
smokenlazer10/12/2019 07:46

Good website called speedyfeet.co.uk where you can buy more professional …Good website called speedyfeet.co.uk where you can buy more professional EUCs. I have bought 2 from there already and i can vouch that Ian is a top bloke and very helpful. I currently own a Gotway MSX and a Kingsong KS18L


Haha yep. Ian is great and does a great podcast every Wednesday too
The_Name_With_No_Man10/12/2019 08:34

Halford's legal disclaimer-"Electric scooters must not be used on public …Halford's legal disclaimer-"Electric scooters must not be used on public highways, pavements, cycle lanes or bridleways, but only on private property with the owner's consent. For further guidance, please click here.


Boring
Been riding these for 4 years with a group of around 16 people around London... no issues at all. Even went up to the police and handed my card so they can buy some of me as it would be handy for them to have in the back of their car when they need to chase people down the street. They were amazed at it. So police don't actually have issues with these
lee_fraser10/12/2019 09:24

Seen people by mine using these, they look absolutely ridiculous.


In other words you have no idea on how to use these then
smokenlazer10/12/2019 07:46

Good website called speedyfeet.co.uk where you can buy more professional …Good website called speedyfeet.co.uk where you can buy more professional EUCs. I have bought 2 from there already and i can vouch that Ian is a top bloke and very helpful. I currently own a Gotway MSX and a Kingsong KS18L


Agree! Speedyfeet are great, and Ian is super helpful, really nice bloke. My husband is one of his best customers he loves his EUCs plural!!!!
Obligatory "Illegal to use everywhere, only private land like the moon" etc
Deal-boy-Trotter10/12/2019 10:10

Been riding these for 4 years with a group of around 16 people around …Been riding these for 4 years with a group of around 16 people around London... no issues at all. Even went up to the police and handed my card so they can buy some of me as it would be handy for them to have in the back of their car when they need to chase people down the street. They were amazed at it. So police don't actually have issues with these


you mean the officers you spoke to had no problem with it. Another copper with a different set of priorities might well take exception to you riding them anywhere public. This habit of confiscating scooters without insurance, when you can't insure scooters, is a great example of some officers making the rules up as they go. They might be in the wrong but you're going to have to jump through a lot of expensive hoops to prove it....
vixxi10/12/2019 10:12

Agree! Speedyfeet are great, and Ian is super helpful, really nice bloke. …Agree! Speedyfeet are great, and Ian is super helpful, really nice bloke. My husband is one of his best customers he loves his EUCs plural!!!!


I might actually know your husband. I created the official London electric unicycle club on Facebook so maybe your husband might be on that
Deal-boy-Trotter10/12/2019 10:10

Been riding these for 4 years with a group of around 16 people around …Been riding these for 4 years with a group of around 16 people around London... no issues at all. Even went up to the police and handed my card so they can buy some of me as it would be handy for them to have in the back of their car when they need to chase people down the street. They were amazed at it. So police don't actually have issues with these



Storybook International calling....
Noghar10/12/2019 10:18

you mean the officers you spoke to had no problem with it. Another copper …you mean the officers you spoke to had no problem with it. Another copper with a different set of priorities might well take exception to you riding them anywhere public. This habit of confiscating scooters without insurance, when you can't insure scooters, is a great example of some officers making the rules up as they go. They might be in the wrong but you're going to have to jump through a lot of expensive hoops to prove it....


Sigh... like I said... I been riding this for 4 years in London... how many police do you think I have seen? How many times have I pulled up beside a police car on the road at the lights? TO many times to count. THEY DONT CARE ... I think after 4 years that has proved it with no issues at all for me or my group
Deal-boy-Trotter10/12/2019 10:20

I might actually know your husband. I created the official London electric …I might actually know your husband. I created the official London electric unicycle club on Facebook so maybe your husband might be on that


Bet you get all the ladies
The_Name_With_No_Man10/12/2019 08:39

Here is someone that it has stopped: A takeaway boss has been fined £180 …Here is someone that it has stopped: A takeaway boss has been fined £180 and received six points on his licence - for riding an electric unicycle without insurance.The £850 unicycle was seized by cops for destruction. Kamrul said: “The police said if I did not provide proof of insurance then they would dismantle it. They charged me for not having insurance but you cannot even get insurance. You can’t get motor insurance if you do not have a number plate.”



It's good to see that the police are cracking down on such users and ignoring the frankly almost insignificant joyriders, speeders, bad drivers, vehicle thiefs, vehicle dumpers. Way ha! the poilce have at long last got their prorities right.....just a minute hang not taken my medication yet... scrap that....
? No, they look stupid on them.
lee_fraser10/12/2019 10:26

? No, they look stupid on them.


You must be the only one then as I always get stopped, hear comments like "that's so cool" have people asking if I can let them try, get people asking if it's ok to flim me, seeing people taking pics... looks like your the only one then...


move along move along... nothing to see then
Noghar10/12/2019 10:18

you mean the officers you spoke to had no problem with it. Another copper …you mean the officers you spoke to had no problem with it. Another copper with a different set of priorities might well take exception to you riding them anywhere public. This habit of confiscating scooters without insurance, when you can't insure scooters, is a great example of some officers making the rules up as they go. They might be in the wrong but you're going to have to jump through a lot of expensive hoops to prove it....


That is indeed the danger. Riding these in public is a hostage to fortune, as the cops have an easy bust if they want it. However, they are not stretching the law or making rules up. There have been cases taken to appeal and the convictions upheld in Crown Court, with the offender having to pay yet more costs. It's a fair cop, and nothing you can do if they decide to pick on you.
Deal-boy-Trotter10/12/2019 10:21

Sigh... like I said... I been riding this for 4 years in London... how …Sigh... like I said... I been riding this for 4 years in London... how many police do you think I have seen? How many times have I pulled up beside a police car on the road at the lights? TO many times to count. THEY DONT CARE ... I think after 4 years that has proved it with no issues at all for me or my group


The fact that you have got away with it so far does not make it legal, nor does your experience cancel out that of those who have been stopped, fined, got points, and had their scooters taken off them.
Deal-boy-Trotter10/12/2019 10:20

I might actually know your husband. I created the official London electric …I might actually know your husband. I created the official London electric unicycle club on Facebook so maybe your husband might be on that


I'm part of the Bournemouth fb page. Its called "Wobble E riders", i only created this deal to make more people aware that these cool machines exist. This deal certainly isn't good or that good. Just that last time i tried to post a deal from speedyfeet.co.uk when they had the MCM on offer, i was told that my deal is rejected cause of some bs.

I dont think HUKDs can make money from me advertising there deals
The_Name_With_No_Man10/12/2019 11:01

The fact that you have got away with it so far does not make it legal, nor …The fact that you have got away with it so far does not make it legal, nor does your experience cancel out that of those who have been stopped, fined, got points, and had their scooters taken off them.


Your talking about electric scooters. YES there was a big police crackdown in london regarding Electric scooters.

But this is not a scooter
smokenlazer10/12/2019 11:14

[Video]


And heres one of my group rides. Little group this time but still around London with no police issues lol

Deal-boy-Trotter10/12/2019 10:32

You must be the only one then as I always get stopped, hear comments like …You must be the only one then as I always get stopped, hear comments like "that's so cool" have people asking if I can let them try, get people asking if it's ok to flim me, seeing people taking pics... looks like your the only one then... move along move along... nothing to see then


Oh it's just my personal opinion, each to their own.
lee_fraser10/12/2019 09:25

Hoverboards have not been invented.



That's what they want you to think......
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